Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012 Stories in The Daily Standard
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CARTHAGENA - Plans are ongoing for a company that wants to build an $11 million plant along U.S. 127 that makes organic fertilizer from livestock manure. Officials with Amiran Technologies recently met with neighbors and talked . . .
CELINA - The suspect in a reported home invasion Tuesday morning may have mistakenly entered the wrong residence, Celina Police Chief Dave Slusser said this morning. The unidentified man, who remains at large, may have been dru . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• Celina clears wooded lot to make it more sellable to business developers
• No objections to county land sale
• Historical museum to get fresh paint
• Rural Celina roadwork planned
• Commissioners consider consulting firm
• Police search for suspect
• Crews will begin work on canal
• Merchants may light lamps downtown
• Day care opens in Fort Recovery
• Rain gets the win on Tuesday
• Lake Campus second-seed in ORCC tourney