The Daily Standard
Archive: Friday, July 1st, 2011
◀ July 2nd, 2011
June 30th, 2011 ▶
Friday, July 1st, 2011
Alum application history
State's report due later this summer will show if phosphorous levels were reduced
By Nancy Allen
All of the alum is in Grand Lake but the success of the $3.4 million treatment isn't any clearer than the water.
"I'm excited that phase one of the alum project is wrapped up and I'm happy with how HAB handled the project," said Brian Miller, man [
Obituaries on July 1st, 2011
James Raterman, 67, Sidney, died June 29, 2011.
He was born June 1, 1944, in Piqua, to George and Marie Peltier Raterman. [
Kenneth L. "Ace" Schafer, 61, Fort Loramie, died June 29, 2011, at Wilson Memorial Hospital, Sidney. [
John W. McGough, 67, Celina, died at 9 a.m. June 30, 2011, at St. Rita's Medica [
Local pictures on July 1st, 2011
Subscriber and paid stories on July 1st, 2011
Back in the day
Youngsters get taste of what life was like in Colonial times
CELINA - Loud thuds echoed from the steps of the local Catholic school building where three young boys swung hammers and crushed bags of black walnuts.
Area companies compete for village's water project
Only two of five area contractors offered bids less than the $1.3 million officials estimate it will cost to upgrade water flow in the village of Mendon.
Celina company awarded $1 million lagoon contract
A local company was chosen to receive a $1 million contract to construct a lagoon at the Montezuma Club Island wastewater treatment plant.
VTF Excavation of Celina, which offered the lowest of five bids at $1,018,391, was awarded the contract Thursday by Mercer County commissioners.
Sunshine playground plans moves forward
NEW BREMEN - Fundraising efforts have passed the midway point for the proposed Sunshine Project Playground.
The New Bremen-New Knoxville Rotary Club plans to break ground on the facility for special needs youths and their families in May at Bremenfest Park.
Mentoring clubs teach by example
Bringing up Godly men and women one child at a time is the focus of two mentoring clubs sponsored by Aletheia Christian Church in Celina.
Nine-run first inning vaults Cavaliers to win
Compiled by Ryan Hines
The Coldwater ACME team completed the regular season with a dominating 13-1 win over Russia on Thursday at Veterans Field.
A nine-run first inning put Coldwater in complete command while a four-run fourth was enough to trigger the run rule after five innings.
Buy this E-Edition
Copyright © 2021 Standard Printing Co. All Rights Reserved