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Thursday, April 1st, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ST. MARYS - What to do with $3 million - that's the bittersweet dilemma members of the board of education face. Sweet because it's $3 million. Bitter because, due to public controversy, it looks like a no win deal no matter how t . . .
CELINA - Donations have begun to dwindle again at the largest food pantry in Mercer County but demand continues to increase. CALL Food Pantry Director Tim Clutter said food and cash donations have dropped drastically the last m . . .
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• Issue of odor arises for energy venture
• City approves more restoration projects
• No firm decision made for St. Marys athletic facility
• Judge suspends jail sentence for Fullenkamp
• Bids submitted for fire cistern project
• Flashback to 50, 25 and 10 years ago
• Byer earns top diving accolade
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