Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Partnerships and teamwork were emphasized during a Prairie Creek treatment train dedication Tuesday on the south side of Grand Lake. The first phase of the estimated $2.5 million treatment train was completed earlier this year. . . .
ROCKFORD - School board candidates hoping to be elected in November answered questions from the high students they hope to represent. Board of education incumbents Tom Lyons and Ryan Thompson, as well as newcomers Melissa Burt . . .
COLDWATER - Sparked by five second-half goals, Coldwater's girls soccer team improved to 4-8 on the season after a 6-0 win over Crestview on Senior Day on Tuesday afternoon at Village Hall Field. "We felt confident going in," s . . .
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• Minster council OKs solar field
• County seeks input on cancer center bond buy
• Local man injured in crash that killed Indiana woman
• County receives grant for increased road patrol
• Minster council members propose 14-day limit for trash dumpsters on city streets
• Stylists team up to open new salon
• Bulldogs knock off Cougars in four
• Elliott to speak for local race fans
• Celina's Kuhn advances to district golf tournament
• UMP Nationals ready to run at Big E