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CELINA - The new health care reform bill could cost Mercer County an additional $100,000 next year - an expense that likely will trickle down to insured county workers. In order to offset the cost of mandated requirements in Pr . . .
Some area school districts will get a chunk of the $4.3 billion in federal Race to the Top funds, according to a U.S. Department of Education announcement on Tuesday. Celina City Schools is set to receive $203,907.74, while $10 . . .
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• Officials to discuss lake pilot projects at public meeting
• New principal at the helm of IC school
• Planting trees forbidden near village right of way
• Council OKs cut in general fund operating budget
• New place to hunt out supplies in Celina
• Celina shut out by Findlay in season opener
• St. Marys shuts out St. John's in opener
• Celina runners are young, but improving
• Experience will be an asset for Coldwater
• Goals are being set high at Fort Recovery
• Different goals this year for Flyers CC
• Minster seeking more championship hardware
• Cardinal coaches excited for upcoming year
• Vian hopes to build around veteran runners
• St. Henry aiming for continued success
• Roughriders just trying to improve
• Bulldog golfers shooting for consistency
• Cavalier coaches working with low numbers
• Indians will rely on junior class
• Marion Local golf lacking experience
• Expectations high for Minster golf
• New Bremen welcomes back experience
• Parkway golfers primed for success on the links
• Redskins trying to sustain success
• Roughriders welcome back veteran lineup
• Bulldogs look like contenders in the WBL
• Cavaliers will play full varsity, JV schedule
• Roughriders hope to build off last season
• Bulldogs ready to make a run at WBL title
• Young Roughriders searching for consistency
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