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Consumer spending drops 0.2 percent in January
U.S. consumers spent less for a second consecutive month in January, but the weakness came from a big decline in gas prices. Excluding price changes, consumer spending was up in January and analysts expect strong income gains will fuel further solid increases in spending in the months ahead.

Statue’s relocation leads to a civil war
New site quieter, but Whitehouse merchants fret.

Methane-burning facility shut down
City council informed co-generation plant idle since Dec. 31.

Online shoppers get safe space
Strangers making transactions started online can meet at police station.

UT’s Manning has big challenge
Rockets, offensive line coach will need to find 5 new starters

February snow total edges 2011 record, barely
Tallying white powder takes measured amounts of faith.

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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Dave Hackenberg
MAC's last week is captivating
College basketball over lightly on a Monday morning.
S. Amjad Hussain
Advertising health-care rates is refreshing
Practice should extend to rates for all other services in our area.
Mary Bilyeu
2 for $20: Da Capo Coffee
Search for frugal date spots goes to Temperance.
David Kushma
Ohio should focus on tax fairness
Kasich’s tax-cut plan would be a raw deal for most Ohio families.
Barbara Hendel
On the Town: 3/1
Stars come out for the Red Cross.
Dave Hackenberg
Drummond sets the tone for Rockets
Brown and Pearson aren’t the only players who resurrected UT.
Jack Lessenberry
More info would have bolstered column
Many from Woodville weren’t happy with Keith Burris or The Blade.


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