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1,000 commemorate Oklahoma City bombing
The service started with a 168-second moment of silence to honor each of the 168 people who died in the April 19, 1995, attack.

Kasich at N.H. summit for GOP hopefuls
Budget reformer image presented in New Hampshire.

New winery gets better with age
Lucas Co. couple join other vintners who learn business from the ground up.

No violence at neo-Nazi rally
Boos, obscenities fly, but just 1 arrest made at demonstration.
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Marsalis pair to perform in Toledo
Jazz musician and son to play at Peristyle Tuesday.

Hundreds gather to remember Krueger
Maumee Valley Country Day graduate slain near Kentucky campus.

Looking down from above
Stone figures enjoy the view from Toledo buildings.
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Northbound I-75 reopened near downtown
A jackknifed tractor-trailer rig blocked 3 lanes.
10 minutes ago

Iraq's largest oil refinery secured
Fighting still rages at Ramadi.
3 hours ago

Clinton heads to New Hampshire
Democratic front-runner plans series of low-key stops.
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Twins top Indians, 7-2
Hunter hits 1st home run for Twins since 2007.
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Keith Burris
We need some political 'grown-ups'
There are momentous issues that a grown-up would not ignore.
Mary Bilyeu
Mother’s Day tea in a garden
2014 Grower Awards celebrated.
Barbara Hendel
Toledo celebrates baseball season...
Get your peanuts, popcorn, hot dogs ... Let's play ball!
David Kushma
Two distinct marijuana questions
Do we legalize it in Ohio, and how?
Mary Alice Powell
Paying for rhubarb an alarming experience
In a few weeks it will be free for the asking.
Kelly Heidbreder
Spring cleaning is a good idea
It has been a week full of typical spring weather. We’ve had some…
Dave Hackenberg
Walleye show their playoff fight
Gloves were off early in Game 2 at Huntington Center.

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