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Available stories for Thursday, March 15, 2001

Donizetti's opera at the Valentine
Deshler man's odyssey ends safely in Van Wert
Coke to offer kids healthier drink options in schools
Water, sewer work will top $6 million
Meridian National shuts down
Area stock owners wonder where low is
Saudi firm buys most of OC pipe business
Taft will try to reconcile school plans
UT, BGSU, MCO spawn $1.1 billion for economy
Seminar helps officials soften the sting of death
County has buyer for Hens' bonds
N.Y. firm downsizes its Alexis Road plans
Teen faces charge for making hit list
SAT, ACT face test of their own
Construction work in AW district booms on school upgrades
Weltlich returns to face Rockets
Power outage blamed on substation failure
Rotten-egg odor called no threat to safety
Fine jewelry stolen from Marshall Field's
Moratorium on billboards is extended for 35 days
Tiffin designated Tree City for 20th consecutive year
Ex-Heidelberg student's sex-assault trial delayed
Teen to be tried as adult for rape in Huron County
Bellevue school board to vote on teacher layoffs
Maumee fisherman, 62, is rescued from river
U.S. hunts for animal virus
Upside of trade with Ohio, Chile supported
A bad bet for schools?
Morale at the OHP
Tag it, bag it, keep it
Health partnership is a win-win situation
UT women work hard to look ahead, not back
Defensive line coach completes UT staff
Willard eliminates Ottawa-Glandorf; Lima Senior advances
Liberty-Benton boys winning without senior standout Hoane
Holgate girls back at state after 22 years
Gibsonburg's Hill first-team All-Ohio
Johnson must face foul music
Young Central Catholic team applies a lot of pressure
Lenawee moves to protect officers
On-job ideas put money into local workers' pockets
Scarves make a comeback as fashion accessories
Schools may boost `bottom line'
Island foods bring back memories
Ohio attorney general to speak in Toledo
Nurse who loved people was active in PTA, church
Dairy farmer sang, was a Bible scholar
Auto theft cases move to circuit court
Minister arraigned in beating of child
Work keeps part of Huron St. closed
Spring festival offers taste of Marblehead area
Women's lives are redefined
Zoning snafu hinders sale of neighborhood restaurant
Monroe council OK's renovation, razing downtown
Bedford alumni seek to refinance stadium loan
Whitehouse hires company to study costs of water supply source
Waterville adopts new rules for conducting meetings
Road repaving plans sent to Perrysburg Township trustees
Perrysburg approves funds for cost of park overruns
Bergamot studied for Sylvania flower
Helping the needy is FISH's angle
Library work in Maumee zooms along toward finish
Frogs rule for reading at Delta Elementary
Brownies bring more than books
Beware, nonnative plants! Pull patrols are on the way
Assumption 4-H wins countywide contest
Archbold earns 18th Tree City appellation
Maumee to install flashing lights in school crosswalk
Sylvania scrutinizes after-school activities
Students gear up for robotics competition
Monroe County seeks renewal of technology education millage
Mount Vernon School gets funds for playground
Gifts let Clay begin work on arboretum
Dining deal at Sylvania schools inspected
Delta school gets `A' for architecture
Sting of last year's losses spurs Cherokees to turn up heat on ice