Thursday, October 21st, 2010 Edition of The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
GRAND LAKE - Grand Lake St. Marys State Park will receive a new dredge this spring to speed sediment removal activities on the 13,500-acre lake. Assistant park manager Brian Miller said the state park has two dredges. The oldes . . .
LIMA - Wapakoneta head coach Keith Rambin knew his team was in for a battle against Auglaize County rival St. Marys in the first game of the Division II volleyball sectional at Lima Senior on Wednesday night. Rambin was certain . . .
MONTEZUMA - Naturalist Tom Bain plans to show participants a new world when he leads a night hike through Gilliland Nature Sanctuary on Saturday. Hiking at night "subdues our dominant sense (sight) and opens our hearing to new . . .
Print and E-Edition Only News Stories
• Lake Restoration
• Students developing marketing plan for lake
• St. Marys library levy on ballot
• Voters to decide on service provisions for elderly
• Driver flees after crash with school bus
• Residents start life fresh after burning ceremony
• Grand Lake Symphony Orchestra plans spook-tacular show Halloween
• St. Marys blanks Upper Sandusky
• Bulldogs take on Wildcats in home finale
• Postseason projections look good for area teams
• Grand Lake Football Primer
Steven M. Watters, 50, Wapakoneta, died at 7:20 p.m. Oct. 19, 2010, at Triumph Hospital in Lima. He was born Dec. 26, 1959, in Lima to Lawrence and Patricia Reier Watters. His mother survives in Wapakoneta, and his father is de . . .