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Evacuates as California wildfires threaten
By Sydney Albert
ROHNERT PARK, CALIF - Coldwater native Marie Ebbing lives in northern California and is trying to draw attention to the fires that have been ravaging her state and community.
Ebbing has lived in California for 13 years, but this year marks the fir [More]
By Daily Standard Staff
Area trick or treat and Halloween event times are as follows:

The Celina Lions Club Halloween Parade will begin at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 29. Participants should line up at the South Main Street municipal parking lot at 2 p.m. Costume judging will take place from 2:15-2:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded by costume category. Trick or treat will follow from 4-6 p.m. [More]
By Dave Stilwell
NEW BREMEN - Will Homan rushed for 291 yards to power Fort Recovery to a 38-7 victory over New Bremen Friday at Cardinal Field.
Homan scored on runs of 79, 51 and five yards, adding to an impressive senior season that has seen him rush for 1,862 yards through nine games, breaking his own single-season rushing record (1,805) that he had set last year. [More]
Obituaries on October 21st, 2017
Sharon M. Tobe, 65, Fort Recovery, Ohio, died on October 20, 2017, at State of the Heart Care Center, Greenville, Ohio. [More]
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Subscriber only stories on October 21st, 2017
City plans big power overhaul
Interim leader takes Y helm
Comeback Cavs
Schwieterman has big night for Dogs
'Skins can't stop Flyers' ground game
Wildcats hold on to beat Tigers
Blue Jays defeat Panthers 40-22
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Volunteers needed Saturday in Celina
By Sydney Albert
CELINA - People passing by the corner of North Brandon Avenue and West Wayne Street on Saturday will likely see volunteers working to convert the old brick house there into a shelter for people in need.
They are also invited to stop in to lend a helping hand. [More]
Faithful learn about their counterparts
By Ed Gebert
CELINA - The tables filled up quickly as two local congregations' members, many of whom had grown up being told not to associate with people from "that other church," mingled at tables in Immaculate Conception Church's Parish Activity Center.
Almo [More]
Marion outlasts Fort Recovery in five sets
By Gary R. Rasberry
FORT RECOVERY - Volleyball fans from Marion Local and Fort Recovery each had plenty to cheer about during Thursday's Division IV tournament battle.
The Flyers dominated the first two sets before the host Indians rallied back with two strong efforts in the third and fourth sets to force a deciding fifth set. [More]
Obituaries on October 20th, 2017
Charlene Dailey, 96, of Decatur, Indiana passed away Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at Adams Memorial Hospital. [More]
Harry J. Moody, 87, of Rossburg, passed away Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at Village Greene Health Campus. [More]
Local pictures on October 20th, 2017
Subscriber only stories on October 20th, 2017
Authorities arrest alleged flasher
5 vie for New Bremen school board
Candle business comes under fire
Mercer County Democrat of the year named at dinner
Planning commission OKs cell tower
Redskins survive Rangers' upset bid
Kenton ends Celina's season with shutout
Cards sweep Panthers
Church to celebrate 150 years
By William Kincaid
CELINA - Though the landscape of Celina has changed quite a bit over 50 years, with big box stores such as Walmart and Menards popping up, its people have remained much the same, Australian Alan Honeycombe says.
Honeycombe and his wife, Beth, returned to Celina last week to take part in the Celina High School class of 1967's 50th reunion. He stopped by the newspaper to recall his experiences as an exchange student in 1966-1967, when he stayed with the Munson family. [More]
By Ed Gebert
CELINA - A Henry County man who pleaded guilty last month to two counts of breaking and entering was sentenced on Wednesday to up to three years of probation.
Lewis Frederick Rohda, 18, Malienta, also was sentenced by Judge Jeffrey Ingraham in Mer [More]
Local pictures on October 19th, 2017
Subscriber only stories on October 19th, 2017
Montezuma fiscal officer resigns
Ex-Celina man pleads guilty to three charges
Bad check writers plead guilty
Celina police searching for reported flasher
Hoying's goals lift Cavs past Cats
St. Marys beats Van Wert in 4
Lonsway strong in Buckeye debut
1985 St. Henry-Marion Local battle a classic
Flyers ready for a big challenge
Pick 'em games could decide playoff spots
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Collection plan opposed
By Ed Gebert
MINSTER - Village officials are considering joining a coalition to challenge the constitutionality of the state's recently passed policy to collect local income taxes on behalf of municipalities.
Village council members on Tuesday heard first read [More]
By Colin Foster
MINSTER - The Patrick Henry Patriots fought hard like patriots do.
Minster just had way too much firepower to make it a fair fight.
Paige Thobe had 12 kills, Taylor Hoying and Taylor Kogge added seven kills apiece, and the fourth-seeded Wildcats swept the sixth-seeded Patriots by scores of 25-20, 25-22 and 25-15 to open Division III tournament play on Tuesday in Minster. [More]
Local pictures on October 18th, 2017
Subscriber only stories on October 18th, 2017
Celina street work to cost almost $3M
Voters to decide mental health, several other levies
Auglaize precincts to vote on Sunday liquor sales
Rockford council may buy new police cruiser
Fitness elevated to a business
Down to the wire
Jones unanimous pick for POY
Rasawehr, Howell on first team
Bulldogs, Riders earn honors
Cavs open tourney with sweep of Pirates
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