Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 Stories in The Daily Standard
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CELINA - Long-term finances look good for Celina City Schools if a future levy is renewed. School treasurer Mick Davis on Monday presented the five-year forecast including data about a levy that expires in 2016. He said a small . . .
MIDDLE POINT - Team unity in volleyball is usually visible through matching hair ribbons, colorful socks or headbands. Coldwater's volleyball team is taking the wearing of their headbands a step further, keeping the man who has . . .
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• Council to appropriate $1M to cover utility costs
• Fort council OKs buying lot with home
• Mercer County sheriff's deputies probe fairgrounds hit, skip
• Celina police say keep cars locked
• FSA farm payments further delayed
• Local football teams still jockeying for postseason
• Flyers' Kramer tabbed top player in the MAC
• Four locals girls named to first team