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Clinton, Sanders to attend Ohio fund-raiser in March
The two Democratic candidates for president, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, will appear at an annual Ohio Democratic Party fund-raising dinner March 13, two days before Ohio’s primary election, the state party announced today.

1 killed in shooting at central Toledo bar
Off-duty officer fired at suspect in shooting death of Darnell Mitchell.

Ohio Art sells its Etch A Sketch line
Bryan, Ohio, company to focus on metal lithography, keep other toys.

Feasel steps down; board seeks interim
Perrysburg School District to pay resigning treasurer $25,000.
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Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug
Naloxone to be made available without a prescription in more than 200 pharmacies.

Youngsters 'marry' 2 letters
Elementary celebrates commonly connected letters in time for Valentine’s day.
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Blade reporter finds link to Lincoln
Analysis of DNA swab reveals shared ancestry with 16th president.


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Fawns born in city have better survival rates
Ball State researchers produce new evidence.
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No course changes planned for Iditarod
Organizers stick to plan despite a lack of snow.
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Lucas County judge questions Toledo law
Part of marijuana decriminalization called 'unconstitutional.'
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UT students will be charged with violating code
Investigation stems from Jan. 24 dispute at Pi Kappa Phi house.
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Concerns about proposed oil drilling
Suburban Detroit officials await ruling from state agency.

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