Friday, May 30th, 2008 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Zoning regulations may be changing in East Jefferson Township to permit loftier construction, making the commercial and industrial zones more attractive to companies. It also would make existing height variances insignificant suc . . .
CLAYTON - Celina's battery of Laura Homan and Kinzie Gardner were sick with the flu all week long, but it didn't show in their play during the Division II regional semifinal on Thursday. Homan and Gardner sparked Celina to a su . . .
HUBER HEIGHTS - The Parkway Panthers are one win away from making their third trip to state in school history after blanking the Newton Indians by a score of 5-0 Thursday at Wayne High School. The Panthers, now 18-6 on the year . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• Celina council decides on controversial rezoning
• Area man pleads innocent to murder of unborn child
• Communities apply for CDBG funding
• Fort Recovery man wins $1 million in lottery
• Pitching, defense save day for Cavs
• Coldwater relay reaches state