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Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Auglaize County health officials continue to monitor the spread of a stomach virus circulating in the Grand Lake area. "We've seen a lot of vomiting and diarrhea," county medical director Dr. Juan Torres told board members Tues . . .
NEW BREMEN - Local residents may pay more for water next year as a result of action taken by village council members Tuesday night. Council members heard first reading of an ordinance increasing rates by 15 percent. Village a . . .
ST. MARYS - A recent water line problem in the Villa Nova/Sandy Beach area may have caused at least two people to become sick after exposure to Grand Lake water, officials said. Three people reportedly were treated at a local h . . .
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• Boy Scouts assist city with EPA requirement
• Celina not only town in line for solar plant
• State begins study of fish in lake
• Company seeks land to lease from city
• BOE plans to hire new superintendent by March 1
• Commissioners designate road in Mercer County
• Couple injured in crash
• Chief remodels to offer more
• Crowell and Bates give Panthers lethal lefty-righty combo
• Tough schedule has Parkway prepared
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