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Campaign to keep Wrangler in Toledo ramps up
A collection of labor, city, county, and federal officials gathered at the United Auto Workers Local 12 hall to pledge their support and commitment to keeping the Wrangler in Toledo.
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$800,000 OK'd in fight against Ebola in Ohio
Bulk of funds are federal dollars to be supplemented with state dollars.

Earth on pace for hottest year ever
September marks 4th monthly heat record of 2014.

One left dead in Ohio Turnpike crash
Seven vehicles involved in crash at milepost 48. 

Hard-up Ohio buys Morocco salt
Soaring domestic cost forces move.

Monday Memories: Rocky the Rocket
The Blade revisits Rocky the Rocket, a jumping frog, in 1959.

The Car Matthew McConaughey Drives
2015 Lincoln MKC exudes luxury. (Sponsored Content)


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Commissioners decline 17 acres of wetlands.
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Mark Frye appointed to Sylvania Council
Unanimous choice fills seat vacated by Todd Milner. 
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Napoleon 'separates' from fire chief
Robert Bennett was on paid leave since late September.
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Oscar de la Renta dead at 82
International fashion designer was mogul in industry.
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Blade Slices - Politics
Where Ohio Dems are spending
Democratic AG candidate David Pepper gets bulk of funding.
More on animal agriculture, Lake Erie
Questions, answers on link between meat consumption, pollution in Lake…
Dave Hackenberg
Why character counts for Lions
Detroit coach Jim Caldwell called win over Saints a ’character win’. 
Paddy O'Gara
America and its love for guns
Love of weaponry goes back as far as mankind.
Mary Bilyeu
How Chocolate Came to Be
It is truly bittersweet, Ill. professor says.
Keith Burris
What we can learn from Pittsburgh
Glass City could be revived in similar ways to Steel City.

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Ohio’s public libraries are better places to spend state resources than on yet another tax cut for the wealthy.

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