Tuesday, September 24th, 2013 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ROCKFORD - More than 150 residents, teachers and school officials from area districts met Monday at the Parkway school auditorium to learn more about Common Core and its effect on local schools. Heidi Huber of Cincinnati told t . . .
Two Celina men were injured in a three-vehicle accident at 2:06 p.m. Monday at the intersection of U.S. 127 and Coldwater Creek Road, south of Celina. Nathaniel Paul Ayers, 26, of Celina, was stopped northbound on U.S. 127, w . . .
ST. HENRY - Officials doubt the village will be reimbursed for a lifetime guaranteed metal roof that has deteriorated on a park shelter house. Blosser Stephens, formerly of St. Henry, supplied the "hurricane-proof" shingles . . .
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• Local co-ops consider merger
• Money granted for murder suspect's defense
• Council may change sign decision
• Baby's death ruled due to natural causes
• Debate over Celina's 2-hour parking continues
• Coldwater council OK's mini-backhoe buy
• Bulldogs on top of the WBL standings
• The top local intra-regional matchup will be at Wapak
• Findlay shuts out Celina 5-0