Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 Stories in The Daily Standard
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CELINA - Administrative positions will be axed when a pair of local social service agencies merge in November to cut costs. Officials from Foundations Behavioral Health Services and Gateway Outreach Center, both based in Celina . . .
CELINA - The executive director of SOURCES, a non-profit anti-poverty organization serving Auglaize, Mercer and Van Wert counties, has been placed on unpaid administrative leave pending an investigation into management issues. . . .
CELINA - Despite a solid effort, Celina's boys soccer team is still searching for their first win of the season. Celina, which had lost five straight games to open the season, held a 3-2 lead after the first 40 minutes of actio . . .
MINSTER - With the two-year Fourth Street Reconstruction Project nearing completion, local officials are turning their attention to creating a streetscape depicting the community's heritage. Plans call for the installation of . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• Auglaize gets deep cut in state funds, but more casino, sales taxes
• More than two dozen properties hit demo list
• Celina workers to assist in skatepark construction
• Wellness grant will help improve employees' health
• Bremen council considers pay raise
• Parkway parent wants better busing options
• Agency considers becoming nonprofit
• Working from scratch
• Minster tops St. Marys in five-game marathon