Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Down a flag-lined drive at Hecht's Landing, Celina native Teresah Sawicki made stop number one on her first tour as a civilian in 20 years. She is home. After touring Europe, Latin America and the Middle East with the Air F . . .
Today and Wednesday - the Fourth of July - are the deadliest days of the year to travel on America's highways. Law enforcement officers are very aware of the statistics and are again this year warning motorists to obey the spee . . .
It's not often at Jim Hoess Field that the opposing team gets as much, if not more, cheering from the fans than the Grand Lake Mariners. Considering who the opponent was on Monday, it was understandable. The United States Mil . . .
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