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Water problems arise for residents of Pelee Island
Residents of Canada’s Pelee Island have been warned to drink only bottled water and to stay away from the beaches as toxic Lake Erie algae has reached its shores.

Toledo gets new bishop
Leader from Philadelphia starts outreach right away.
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2014 high school football preview
All the players, teams, and conferences in the region.

Weed It & Reap: Elly Evarts, kindergartner
Little sprout living in Gibsonburg gets early green thumb.
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OSU hopes Barrett right guy at right time
Loss of QB Miller significant to Buckeyes
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Toledo native is GOP nominee in Ariz.
Doug Ducey claimed victory in primary race for governor.

Council hikes sewer rates
Costs to increase by 52 percent over 6 years.

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EU to beef up border agency
Union looking to rescue migrants, replacing Italy's emergency operation.
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Ohio State releases first depth chart
DTs Michael Bennett, a captain, and junior Tommy Schutt listed co-starters.
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Stocks drift higher
Standard & Poor's 500 holds on to 2,000 points.
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U.S.: Russia directing new offensive in Ukraine
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Kelly Heidbreder
Slumber shake up in the yard
Ajuga, Goldilocks, Lamb’s Ear, Petunias, Roses.
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City girl in a small town
It’‍s easy to fall in love with Kiel, Wis.
Matt Markey
Seasons for geese, small game nears
All signs point to fall being here.
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Wolverines have a lot of doubters
No postseason playoff predictions by anyone wearing neutral colors.
Keith Burris
Collins needs to shake things up
It appears the drinking water ban did not need to happen.


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