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Thursday, May 27th, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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The U.S. Postal Service Processing and Distribution Center in Lima will begin shutting down operations July 1 in preparation for a complete relocation to a Toledo distribution center in January. This move will not affect local . . .
CELINA - A 43-year-old Celina man faces up to six years in prison after pleading no contest to charges stemming from the drug-related death of his wife last June. Brett R. Riley, 428 E. Livingston St., appeared in Mercer County . . .
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• Party lines may divide board on director post
• Steppin' into a smoke-free world
• 197 seniors to receive diplomas
• Pool openings
• Local tracksters start to earn berths to state
• Heidelberg lands Redskins' standout basketball player
• Looking back 50, 25 and 10 years ago
• Grand Lake area offers much to see and do
• Berry festival time nears
• Mendon to open festival seasons
• Bremen Historical group to showcase food, Barber
• K of C plans picnic
• Chickasaw picnic adds corn hole, chili, bands
• Holy Rosary Festival will have music galore
• Rockford festival will have fireworks
• Fort Recovery Harvest Jubilee ready to roll
• Aerial act to give new look to Country Fest in Maria Stein
• Zuma Days to include auction, rides, bands
• Tippin to sing at Freedom Days
• IC to hold parish picnic
• Picnic to open with film
• Burkettsville picnic will include lawn tractor pull
• Celina Lake Festival to feature parade, juggling, shows
• Coldwater Picnic to highlight its history
• Fireman's Festival adds wiffle ball
• Chatt picnic has contests for all ages
• Tractors, trucks to pull
• Auglaize County Fair goers to compete, watch free shows
• Mercer County Fair to add motorcross, derby auction
• Lots to do at SummerFest
• MDA Softball Tournament gives to Jerry's Kids
• Governor's Cup Regatta in 16th year on Grand Lake
• Bremenfest making activities more accessible to public
• Celina concerts
• Fort Recovery concerts
• New Bremen, Minster concerts
• Places to go and things to see
• Musicians to sing the blues at Riverside Bluesfest
• Durbin Bean Bake keeps tradition of family fun
• St. Joe Homecoming offers activities to young and old
• Festival includes tractors, races
• Pumpkin growers seek new record
• Mariners summer schedule
• Various changes made at Minster Oktoberfest
• Visitors may choice among many camping, lodging experiences
• Eldora racing schedule
• Summer golf guide
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