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Teachers’ union files suit over media restrictions
A controversial Toledo Public Schools policy that restricts staff communication with media has landed the district in federal court, accused of violating the First Amendment. The policy has been in place for several years, yet it was not enforced. That changed when a pair of athletic directors faced reprimand for violating the policy in the last year.

One Direction wins big at AMAs
One Direction, Katy Perry win 3 awards each at American Music Awards.
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Ohio men take win for Michigan
The Blade’s Monday Memories revisits a UM upset in 1964.

OSU, UM gear up for rivalry game
Both teams are focused on the big game on Saturday.

Sylvania school bus routes adjusted with new software
More tweaking needed to reduce overlapping trips, fill all seats.

Perrysburg parade highlights holiday festivities
Home for the Holiday’s parade to include 6 Clydesdale horses.

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Dave Hackenberg
Buckeyes not forgetting rivalry game
Records mean little when Ohio State and Michigan face off.
S. Amjad Hussain
An artful Chicago visit
Toledo connections on display in the Windy City.
Mary Bilyeu
Show to offer holiday help, humor
Tune in to WGTE-FM 91 on Thanksgiving Day.
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An American giant
President Gerald Ford was a servant of the republic.
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Sewage project to be discussed Tuesday
Joe E. Brown Park to be closed for three years.
Jeff Gerritt
Race matters
Redemption and forgiveness strong values in African-American culture.
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Lack of dazzle hurts OSU's reputation
Buckeyes’ latest showing likely won’t impress committee.


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