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Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 Edition of The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
CELINA - City residents responded to a call for feedback on a possible school construction project. Approximately 75 residents attended a community meeting Tuesday evening to learn about building options for Celina City Schools . . .
CARTHAGENA - Plans are moving forward for a company that wants to set up an $11 million business to make organic fertilizer from local manure. AG Conversions Ohio, LLC, is among 12 pro-jects approved by the state this week for . . .
NEW KNOXVILLE - A bomb threat scribbled on a bathroom wall led to an evacuation Tuesday afternoon of students and staff at New Knoxville Local School. Two dogs with the Lima-Allen County Bomb Disposal Unit searched the school a . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• 'Vicious' dogs debated
• Village may need to change dog ordinance
• County sued by local recycling business
• Focus put on new performance system
• Students win top honors in duck stamp contest
• New agency offers home services to senior citizens
• Staying in style for 40 years
• Flyers' miscues vault Bulldogs to easy win
• Walls' two-run home run helps Parkway rally past St. Marys
• Wildcats well armed again
• Inexperience a concern for Bulldogs this season
• Celina should be a contender in the WBL
• Coldwater striving to get back to elite level
• Cavaliers hope to be contenders in MAC
• Continued improvement the goal for Indians
• Osterholt is optimistic despite low numbers
• Depth will be an asset for improving Flyers
• Marion's underclassmen must develop quickly
• Minster aiming to repeat as D-IV state champs
• Robinson feels Minster can contend in MAC
• Cox hoping it's a retooling year, not rebuilding
• Griesdorn impressed with work ethic, attitudes
• Veteran squad returns for Parkway's Schumm
• New pitchers, catcher must step up for Panthers
• St. Henry welcomes back wealth of experience
• Veteran defense will be key for young pitchers
• Pitching the big question mark for 'Riders
• St. Marys focused on consistent improvement
• Bulldogs will be contenders in the WBL
• Distance runners will lead the way for Cavs
• Low numbers is a concern for Indians
• Strong work ethic has been key for Flyers
• Another successful season ahead for Minster
• Cardinals will build around returning leaders
• Distance crews to lead Panthers
• Redskins will be led by distance runners
• Roughriders are pushing for top half of WBL
• Bulldogs will be led by three singles players
• Newlove, Brooks will lead the way for 'Riders
Local Obituaries
Genevieve Russell, 74, St. Marys, died March 24, 2012, at St. Marys Living Center. She was born Oct. 10, 1936, in St. Marys, to John and Callie Starkey Goodwin. She married Roy Russell, who is deceased. Surviving are a daught . . .
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