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Thursday, October 12th, 2017
Storms damage industries
By Sydney Albert
CELINA - When hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria made landfall along the Gulf Coast and in Puerto Rico, the storms disrupted supply chains and damaged industries in ways that officials predict could have far-reaching effects across the United States. [More]
Tempers flare during session
By Ed Gebert
ST. MARYS - School officials heard a gloomy financial forecast amid complaints from residents unhappy about plans to move the high school football field and a board member railing about administrators and fellow board members.
Treasurer Robin Laman's five-year forecast shows the district is already spending more money than it raises, and that gap is expected to expand through fiscal year 2022. [More]
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Voters to decide liquor sales issues
Justice: Few suits advance to high court
Chickasaw water rates may double to pay for project
Auglaize elections board tests machines
New Bremen board reviews district's 5-year financial forecast
St. Anthony Road to close for culvert replacement
Author finds her niche by writing about the Amish
Hoying looks to help Eagles snap skid
Roughriders eliminated from tennis tourney
Much at stake in Battle of Grand Lake
Going to the computer to predict playoff hunt
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