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Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Area farmers have begun harvesting corn and soybeans about two to three weeks early and the timetable may be financially beneficial. Low moisture content in the crops will save growers money in drying costs and market prices ar . . .
WAPAKONETA - What a difference a year makes. Last year, people waited in long lines at schools and other public places to get H1N1 flu vaccines. This year's "all in one" dose - with protection from H1N1 flu and two other strain . . .
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• Student input to go on website
• Baby-sitter's trial delayed in death of infant
• Cheryl Ann going green
• Vandals get colorful at schools and business
• School club sports may change to varsity status
• Commisioners seek bids for county mowing jobs
• Council agrees to help pay cost of new brick walkway
• District waives body mass index screening
• Extra services available at floral shop
• St. Marys tops Celina with late goal
• Consistent play pushes Wildcats past 'Riders
• Bulldogs escape Darke County with five-game win
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