Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ST. MARYS - A Houston, Texas-based company faces more than $378,000 in fines for exposing three employees to dangerous levels of lead, arsenic, iron oxide and copper at a St. Marys scrapyard. The alleged violations took place a . . .
COLDWATER - Playing with the lead had been problematic for the Coldwater boys basketball team early in the season. That wasn't the case Tuesday night. The Cavaliers, leading Kenton by six points at halftime, used a 17-7 thi . . .
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