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Monday, January 26, 2015
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Somber anniversary for fallen Toledo firefighters
The one-year anniversary of Toledo Fire Pvts. James “Jamie” Dickman and Stephen Machcinski’s deaths was marked today with a somber public ceremony and a private memorial service.
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Judge retiring after lively 4 decades
Hancock County’s Allan Davis known for declaring man legally dead.

Young wolves at Toledo Zoo named
Loki, Tundra, and Lobo selected by public vote.

Erie Street Market up for sale
City of Toledo to accept bids on building beginning Feb. 17.

$100K bond set for robbery suspect
Toledoan accused of holding carryout clerk, deputy fire chief at gunpoint.

Utility hearing draws varied crowd
Court of public opinionis taking a harder look at nuclear power nationally.

Monday Memories: Digging out
The Blade revisits the blizzard of 1978.
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BREAKING NEWS

Speed cited in death of EMU basketball player
Junior and another student died in crash hours after game at UT.
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Suspects sought in W. Toledo robbery
Man and woman robbed a gas station on Alexis Road.
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Ex-CIA officer convicted of leaking secrets to reporter
Details of operation to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions revealed.
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Death of Toledo man ruled a homicide
Solomon Ijilade died of a single gunshot wound to the torso Sunday.
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Tom Walton
Awkward headlines
When it comes to awkward headlines, this is one of them.
Paddy O'Gara
Shall we tolerate the intolerant?
Tolerance is a commodity in short supply these days.
Mary Bilyeu
Taste of the Nation tickets on sale
Plenty of Morsels to chew on in this week’s column.
Dave Hackenberg
Saturday felt like old times
Toledo fans set record crowds at Savage Arena, Huntington Center.
Keith Burris
If we fought Ebola the way we fight guns?
We accept the slaughter of innocents as a part of the modern condition.
David Kushma
Open to all and always evolving
Our library puts Toledo in the big leagues.
Jack Lessenberry
Blade should have printed cartoons
The decision of whether to run Charlie Hebdo cartoons not an easy one.


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