Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 Stories in The Daily Standard
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CELINA - The city is poised to start next year with a general fund carryover of at least $2 million, council members learned Monday night. "We're just looking really good," city auditor Betty Strawn said during the personnel an . . .
MINSTER - Superintendent Brenda Boeke told board of education members Monday night that she plans to apply for school security grant money. Boeke said Minster could receive up to $5,000 for each of the elementary and high scho . . .
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