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Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Several property owners in southern Mercer County already have signed legal agreements with wind energy companies. According to the Mercer County Recorder's office, at least 18 tracts of rural land are under contract with wind . . .
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• District may hire consultant to assess facilities
• Cyber Monday tops Black Friday in sales
• Bettinger goes from injured list to starting state title game
• Celina hungry for more postseason success
• Bulldogs will have a new look this season
• Bruns takes over as head coach of Coldwater
• Rebounding a concern for Coldwater's girls
• Indians will be young and learning on the fly
• Bihn has cautious outlook for Fort Recovery
• DeLaney implementing new style with Flyers
• Marion Local will be relying on its versatility
• Lee hoping success in football carries over
• Stechschulte welcomes back a talented squad
• New Bremen was hit hard by graduation
• Cardinals have new head coach in Eckert
• Rangers putting more emphasis on defense
• Hegemier has depth concerns at New Knoxville
• Panthers hope for better results in tight games
• Parkway focused on steady improvement
• Rosenbeck optimistic about the Redskins
• St. Henry girls undergoing a youth movement
• Hegemier has Riders headed in right direction
• Fullmer expects St. Marys to contend in WBL
• Bulldogs have big expectations for swim season
• Cavaliers hope to rally around the veterans
• Klosterman excited for upcoming season
• Dalrymple learning on the fly for Minster
• Ritter is hoping for improvement
• Menchhofer optimistic for an improvement
• Doner will lead the way for young Bulldogs
• Schmidt moves to head chair for Cavaliers
• Roughriders will be young, inexperienced
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