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Thursday, October 18th, 2012 Edition of The Daily Standard
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Results for local school districts were mostly sterling on the state report cards released Wednesday by the Ohio Department of Education. All but one of nine area schools received excellent or excellent with distinction ratings . . .
No cases of the rare fungal meningitis sweeping the country have been reported locally, and it appears the tainted steroid causing illnesses and deaths wasn't distributed here. However, area health officials warn the informatio . . .
MINSTER - Local author Richard Stein has published his 10th children's book after a 3 1/2-year hiatus. "Anthony Ant: Seeking Santa" tells the story of an ant who does everything possible - from eating hard beans and taping his . . .
LIMA - Wednesday's Division II sectional semifinal volleyball matchup at Lima Senior High School was all about revenge for Celina. The Bulldogs were still stinging from a loss against Bath to close the regular season last week, . . .
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• Sales tax likely to set record
• School outspends income, emergency status looms
• Mendon home invaders plead guilty
• St. Marys residents oppose location of gas station, store
• Police look into touching incident
• Choir shares with local students
• Band of Horses rides out with distinctive vocals
• Redskins, Rangers advance to finals
• Heitkamp tabbed top player in the MAC
• Postseason starts this week for Celina football
• Minster has tough road test at Versailles
• Grand Lake Football Primer
Ruth A. Byers, 91, Celina, died at 1:40 p.m. Oct. 17, 2012, at Celina Manor Nursing Home. She was born April 11, 1921, in Center Township, Mercer County, to Oscar and Opal Fleenor Buck. On June 6, 1949, she married James Marion . . .
Geneva M. Kerber, 92, formerly of Minster, died at 10 a.m. Oct. 17, 2012, in Findlay. She was born March 12, 1920, in Screven, Ga., to John and Katherine Brandewie Dues. In 1946 she married William Kerber, who died in 1953. In . . .