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Last smokestack at site of former power plant trimmed
The last of the Acme power plant stacks is gone -- mostly. An explosive demolition team from Oklahoma took down all but the bottom 75 to 105 feet of the old smokestack at 10 a.m. today -- right on time.
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Tortoise quick to greet visitors
New reptile wastes little time making itself at home.
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Cedar Point to make big reveal
‘‍Major announcement’‍ could detail new coaster for 2015.

Farmers offered extra $1M in algae fight
Money to be used to plant winter crops, prevent fertilizer runoff.

BGSU defense under gun in opener
W. Kentucky returns talented playmakers.

Associate pastor breaks silence
Minister alleges he was sexually abused in 2000.

Cardinal Stritch honors family
Student Services Center named for girl who died in ’13.

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Prep football scoreboard: 8/29
Final scores from area season openers. 
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Train strikes car in Wood County
Driver had abandoned vehicle before collision.
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WKU throttles BGSU 59-31
Hilltoppers pile up over 700 total yards in Babers’‍ BG debut.
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Band gets stolen equipment back
Euro Express played at the German-American Festival.
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Marilou Johanek
A time to forget what’s not in your wallet
When Americans earned livable wages, Labor Day was something to laud.
Keith Burris
Cherry St. Mission ready for next step
Cherry Street serves more than half the Toledo homeless population.
Ripple Effect
Toledo rebuilding troubled water plant
Millions, possibly billions, of dollars are at stake.
Brian Dugger
How about Toledo, Garth?
Why not play at the Northwest Ohio Rib-Off next August?
TK Barger
Toledo in good hands
New bishop Daniel Thomas will serve the city well.
Fishing Report
The Blade Fishing Report: 8-29
■ Maumee, Sandusky & Portage rivers: The fishing on these waterways has…
Matt Markey
Football one of many outdoor attractions
Coaches like Meyer do more than coach to enjoy outdoors


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