Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 Stories in The Daily Standard
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MINSTER - A Columbus-based law firm representing the village in its legal fight with a former police officer has submitted bills to date totaling more than $167,000. Village administrator Don Harrod on Tuesday night presented a . . .
ROCKFORD - Village councilors are again considering revamping the stop signs at Walnut and Franklin streets after learning some drivers hit or fail to stop at the new sign erected last month. A three-way stop sign and a crossw . . .
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