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Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 Stories in The Daily Standard
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GRAND LAKE - More than a dozen people claim to be sick due to exposure to toxins in Grand Lake, although officials say they may never be able to confirm the link. Grand Lake is one of three in Ohio with posted health advisories . . .
The villages of Rockford and Mendon have been awarded $873,000 in federal grants through the Water and Sanitary Sewer Program for new water lines. "It's exciting - two villages getting two big grants," said Jared Ebbing, direct . . .
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• Debate over waterfowl numbers
• Link between toxins, dead and ill dogs uncertain
• Voters to decide fate of high school project in Fort Recovery
• Mini mammals migrate to Moon City
• Cost of street reconstruction steeper than first thought
• Phone scam circulating
• Block grant awarded to Mendon
• Thieves enter garages while homeowners sleep
• Driver arrested after fleeing accident
• Women injured in accident
• Fitness center now in new building
• Kremer to play baseball with brother at Defiance
• Painter lone Mariner named all-GLSCL
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