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ST. HENRY - Residents soon will pay higher sewer and water rates. After much discussion, council members on Monday agreed to raise utility rates by $11 per month. Village administrator Ron Gelhaus said the increase would be $6 . . .
CELINA - Students and faculty gathered at Wright State University-Lake Campus on Monday to improve awareness of invisible disabilities and to share their experiences. "Some people may think of disability as being in a wheelchai . . .
FORT RECOVERY - A different coach stood down the third baseline for Celina during Monday's game in Fort Recovery. The end result was the same: another Bulldog victory. Assistant coach Andy Waesch filled in for an ill head c . . .
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