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Available stories for Sunday, June 10, 2001

Outspoken jurist decides matters of life and debt
Garages go grandiose
Web fuels speculation about the unknown Next Big Thing
Big Toledo firms' bonds lose luster
Only elite firms qualify for best ranking from bond-rating houses
Life ticks away for McVeigh
Power in Ohio school coalition wielded by a few
Systematic disenfranchisement
The manufacturing malaise
Contempt-of-court threat hangs over school-funding case
School issues, candidates on ballot in Michigan
Wildwood broadens its horizons
Search of Fallen Timbers yields battlefield treasures
Awareness, prevention efforts credited for drop in U.S. AIDS deaths
Group to discuss Westgate-area issues
City to auction off vehicles Saturday
Bitterness, uncertainty linger in wake of Senate switch
Head of Denver schools hears advice from Toledo's Sanders
The future of the Great Lakes: Who will control the water?
St. Ursula promotes principal to president
St. John's team 32nd in national quiz event
Robber at Maumee motel asks for towels, takes cash
City's 9th set of red-light cameras at Trail and South
Uneasy northeast Ohio hopes infection's worst is over
Toledo bar struggles to attract minorities
UT moving quickly to fill Liske's position
Mud Hens lay goose egg on Sox
Bobcats lead 6 teams to quarters
Labonte hoping luck will turn at MIS
Jarrett tries to drive through pain
Another Earnhardt breezes to MIS win
Bloomerang wins Mills Race shorthanded
Simple as child's play
Problems of water-poor on rise
Museum hopes fun will grow in its sculpture garden
Area's most secluded gardens open for tours on Sunday
IL notebook: Hens have been sound on the mound
UT's removal of isolated Liske was inevitable
TPS needs to put brakes on free ride
Sportsmen helped fend off budget ax
Work with visually impaired, church were teacher's passions
Security specialist led Scout Pack 88
Aime's Pizza plates wins in 2 categories
A home for jazz: Toledo keeps its passion for America's music alive
Jazz vocalist Murphy tips hat to Tatum
CD reviews: `Back to Mine' is one clever idea
Children's author sets signing
Remembering a Native American warrior
First novel is an engaging romp through L.A.
The puzzle of China
Feedback: June 3 column
Pocket-sized French plaza full of history and flavor
Traverse City to celebrate cherries
Gardening game is an annual test
UAW leaders have many responsibilities
Europe: Is Bush ready for prime time?
Poverty: Just how low will the Motor City go?
Warming up to Vietnam is in our interests
Middle East's scorched-earth policy
150 years ago, a noble tradition was born on banks of the Maumee