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Available stories for Thursday, December 21, 2000

Top Ohio court rejects local death sentence
Area survey explores teen behavior patterns
Finkbeiner faces hearing over 3 charges
School calamity days snowball early
Waiting, just waiting
Lights added to fountain
Central Catholic continues pilgrimage tradition
Solar eclipse casts rare light on Christmas
Just monkeying around
Property tax pool proposed to aid schools
Columbia Gas promises cure for area heating ills

Falling prey to holiday guilt trips
EPA to accept comments on Sandusky dredging plan
Arraignment set in school break-ins at Oak Harbor
Temperance man found guilty in fireworks mishap
Jailed robbery suspect linked to 3 Maumee crimes
Man gets 6-year term for robbery at Friday's
Man wearing earmuffs holds up KeyBank branch
Carty wants only 1 gift from Santa
A smoking ban will harm restaurants
A justice's sorry legacy
UT grads and staff gather for party
Broadcaster kept up a hectic pace
Rockets win in double OT against Samford
Snowfall, fuel hikes in today's forecast
Springfield business plans $1.5 million expansion
Springfield settles on cuts if levy fails
City development units gain added $400,000
Fremont center buys 1880 quilt signed by Hayes
New phone system put into court office
Tecumseh man who lost takes oath of office
Malfunctioning advisory signs at Rt. 2 bridge to be replaced
Foes charge power plant plan ignores health issues
Airstrip gets trial runs from businesses
Man sentenced on sex charges
Stepping out with style
Fresno State thumps Rockets
Talented transfers help Findlay
Girls basketball roundup: Central holds off Libbey
Father's legacy provides boost to volleyball player's career
Falcons look for lift after 2 big road losses
Fostoria police cruisers going for retro look
Straighten up and fly right
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No recounts needed on sweeps vote
Diamond ring takes the prize
Recreational, educational park slated for Sylvania Township
Townhouses get boost from board in Sylvania Twp.
Gurley, gospel groups to present holiday show
Retired Sun engineer was competitive dancer, skier
Farmer enjoyed church work
Cabinet nominee will be front man in tax cut plans
Health-care pact targets efficiency
Students to record Maumee memories
Disorderly conduct ordinance mulled in Bedford Township
Township trustees support Waterville in separation plan
Artist's postcard promotes community of Delta
Waterville budget over $3 million for the first time
Washington wants kindergarten change
Use of technology makes her No. 1
Sylvania schools plan to make more use of technology
Winter adds its touch