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Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ST. MARYS - For the first time in more than two decades, city officials want to increase the service charge on electric service to help pay for infrastructure and personnel costs. Director of public service and safety Gregory F . . .
FORT RECOVERY - Heavy damage was sustained to the village's Pak-A-Sak store early Sunday morning after an alleged drunken driver drove a pickup truck through the front glass doors. Matthew M. Brockman, 25, 301 Fox Road, Fort Re . . .
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• Celina council moves ahead on water tower
• Speaker urges students to prove themselves
• Celina board OKs bid to purchase buses
• Tuttle, Mielke to speak at St. Marys graduation
• Fort Recovery officials planning street projects
• City, R.J. Corman Railroad Co. to join for repair of 'horrible' local crossing
• Minster uses grants to upgrade cafeterias
• Imwalle ready to take over as Bulldogs' coach
• Minster beats Celina in tourney tune-up
• Cavaliers go long-ball crazy in win
• Wenning release a surprise; Big week for area teams
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