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Thursday, October 31st, 2013 Stories in The Daily Standard
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CELINA - Mayor Jeff Hazel said $6 million has been shaved from the city's total debt the last two years. He's hoping to reduce Celina's financial obligation - estimated at $17.27 million as of Jan. 1, 2014 - further in the com . . .
MILLBURY - Shrugging off a slow start and a determined Archbold squad, Coldwater's volleyball team advanced to the Division III regional championship match after rolling to a three-set sweep - 26-24, 25-19 and 25-15 - over the B . . .
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• Bomb threat probe continues at New Bremen High School
• Council on aging seeks replacement levy
• Crowded field of candidates compete for three St. Marys BOE seats
• First-time candidates vying for St. Marys council
• German Township fire, medical services levy on ballot
• Mercer County retains labor consulting firm
• Celina police department staff gets boost with hiring of officer
• County sheriff's office collects 26 pounds of prescription drugs
• 'Riders continue magical run
• Postseason berth still possible for Celina
• Flyers looking for outright MAC title
• This Week In Football
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