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UT presidential candidate touts record during forum
University of Toledo presidential candidate Sharon Gaber touted her record as University of Arkansas provost to grow enrollment, boost graduation rates, raise money, and work with faculty during a forum held today at UT’s main campus.

Port board OKs funds for vacant hotel
Approves $460K to reimburse Lucas County's cost of buying Hotel Seagate.

Snow record unlikely to be broken
Toledo two-tenths of an inch short of all-time February record.

Dress worn by Oscar winner stolen
Detectives probe theft of $150K dress worn by Lupita Nyong'o.

Mo. Auditor Schweich kills himself
54-year-old gubernatorial candidate had been state’s auditor since 2011.

Tougher rules for Internet providers OK'd
Regulators agree to ban on providers from blocking or slowing Web traffic.

3 healthy school lunch ideas
Tips work for children, adults. (Sponsored Content)


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Strike vote March 5 at Libbey La. factory
A walkout could follow, union officials announced tonight.
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Canadiens beat Blue Jackets 5-2
Montreal’s P.K Subban had a goal and two assists.
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South Korea gunman kills 3, found dead
Second such incident in three days near nation’s capital.
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Kanye apologizes to Beck
Tweets apology for disruption during Grammy Awards earlier this month.
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Barbara Hendel
Around Town: 2-26
Fund-raiser means fun for Wish kids.
Mary Bilyeu
March is hungry
Parties will help Food for Thought fight hunger.
Dave Hackenberg
’Spoon a dunking machine for UT
J.D. Weatherspoon has 98 dunks in 60 career games.
Keith Burris
More than our politics
Concert celebrating Black History Month was great music.
Matt Markey
Refund dollars aid nature preserves
Taxpayers can designate part of refund for nature, programs.
David Shribman
Jeb Bush’s tightrope walk
Flexibility to some Republicans looks like a lack of conviction.
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Committees commit to Portman, Strickland
Both will have support from variety of sources in 2016.

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