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MINSTER - With athletic success comes greater financial cost, school board members learned on Monday. Athletic director Josh Clune informed members that funds in the self-supporting athletic program are very low. The department . . .
ST. HENRY - Council members are counting down the days until the village's new pool opens to the public. An open house is scheduled for 4-6 p.m. Friday. Village administrator Ron Gelhaus said construction should be complete in . . .
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• Speakers urge area students to realize impact of choices
• Celina schools face shortfall, cuts urged
• Cheryl Ann officials consider levy renewal
• Former Auglaize deputy serving 10 days in jail
• Fort council seeks levy renewal
• Celina man picked up in Texas for parole violation
• No changes after Auglaize elections board OKs results
• Mercer County joblessness still lowest in state and falls lower
• St. Marys finance committee approves requests for appropriations
• Mele taking flight at Capital
• Panthers ready to go