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Ohio GOP spent $60,000 on Gov. Kasich campaign flights
The Ohio Republican Party today reported that it paid nearly $60,000 to use a plane connected with former JobsOhio president Mark Kvamme to fly Gov. John Kasich around during the time he was still an unofficial presidential candidate.

City resumes water testing
Mayor refers to public’s ‘hypersensitivity’ to results.

K100 tops local radio again
WKKO-FM 99.9 again is the top station overall in the Toledo market.

Food Town closing temporarily
Remodeled store in Lambertville to open as a Village Food Market.

Get ready for a 90s flashback
Sugar Ray and 3 other 90s bands to rock Sylvania.

Harbaugh: 'Just Ohio State'
Michigan coach doesn’t take bait on using colloquialisms for OSU.

City views wastewater testing
Perrysburg searching for solutions to treat algae.


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1 killed, 4 injured in Grand Teton employee dorm fire
3rd emergency in 2 months for Wyoming national park concession workers.
37 minutes ago

Gas prices fall below $2 around Toledo
Average gallon of unleaded gas cost $3.40 at this time last year.
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Finkbeiner criticizes Mayor Hicks-Hudson
Former Toledo mayor ’very disappointed’ with handling of water testing.
1 hour ago

OSU to appear on BTN reality show
Documentary-style show set to air during the preseason.
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Link to Last of Little Syria


Fishing Report
Blade Fishing Report: 7-31
The best angling information from area experts
Keith Burris
How is race for mayor shaping up?
There seems to be no cohesion to it, thus far.
Matt Markey
Night’s final bite leads to record fish
Hybrid striper weighed in just over 18 pounds.
Kirk Baird
Some things are better left undone
Death no longer assures artists that their work is done.
Jack Lessenberry
COOL issue heats up
Canada, Congress, Senator Stabenow at center of food labeling issue.

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The city’s uncertain response to toxic algae in Lake Erie does not enhance confidence in Mayor Hicks-Hudson’s leadership.

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