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Region roils over floods, reviews damage as water starts to recede
The Portage River raged in the distance, its water spilling over the banks and leaving Trail Marker Park submerged. But Lynn Bunn of Woodville held out hope on Monday that the town’s Fourth of July festival wouldn’t be completely flooded out. “Two hours ago,” she said, standing on the only dry portion of the park, “we couldn’t stand where we are now.”
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Toledo waits for answer on Wrangler
Fiat Chrysler mum on site choice as month slips away.

Medical aid for dogs in the red
Cutie’s Fund has received $6,000 to $7,000 this year.

Michigan not done adding to star recruiting class
Don’t anticipate the Michigan football team to put its efforts on hold.

Red, white, blue food sparkles
Holiday-themed menu items this Fourth of July.

OSU coach stays true to Falcon faith
At autism fund-raiser, Meyer roots for university where he began.

Corn, soybean harvest in jeopardy
Crops will see effect of wet summer start.


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Dorr-Parkside crash has multiple victims
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Mud Hens top Durham 4-1
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Hearse, body stolen in Atlanta
Man charged with that case and 2nd carjacking.
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AC/DC finally coming to Spotify
Rock band’s music will be available on Spotify globally Tuesday.
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