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1 body recovered in search for missing Lake Erie boaters
One of the four people who went missing when their fishing boat went under the water in Lake Erie has been found, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Chief Petty Officer Gabriel Settel said the body was pulled from the water about 9:45 a.m. near the area where the partially submerged Tracker bass boat was found by personnel on a Coast Guard vessel involved in the search.

Study urges new jail for Lucas County
Preliminary feasibility study plan presented; Sheriff Tharp supports idea.
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419 Day right around the corner
Northwest Ohio event offers specials, entertainment.
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Central Catholic grad Thompson leaves OSU
Former 4-star recruit to visit Kentucky, Syracuse and Penn St. in next few weeks.

Gallery Loop, 419 Day set for Saturday fun
Family friendly event will feature thirty participating venues.

$1M in U.S., city grants to construct wetlands
Silver Creek watershed, Cullen Park to benefit

Killer pig virus hits Ohio hog farmers hard
Flulike disease targets piglets; some barns see 100% mortality

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