Thursday, December 13th, 2012 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ST. MARYS - Public participation at school board meetings will be distinctly structured after a resident repeatedly has raised his voice and refused to cooperate during sessions. Board members Wednesday unanimously agreed to mo . . .
CELINA - A group of Celina High School students packed nearly 1,300 new toys in a school bus and van Tuesday afternoon. The students and donated gifts were headed to Dayton Children's Hospital. "It's just amazing to make some . . .
Chris Stucke learned early in life to embrace obstacles. Whether it was taking on the older boys in the neighborhood in a pickup basketball game, breaking into the starting varsity rotation as an inexperienced sophomore or bat . . .
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• Not all local residents find Christmas time so merry
• New Bremen improves reading test score
• Grant will help inmates with mental health issues
• City to bid farmland at renewable energy center
• Moody Blues puts the rock back in Baby Boomers
• Bulldogs open WBL play against Titans
• St. Henry hosts battle of unbeatens
• Grand Lake Hoop-la