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Available stories for Tuesday, July 24, 2001

EPA pact on sewers will cost $400 million
Tecumseh killings ruled murder-suicide
Afloat in tranquility
Cold treats in demand as Seneca County fair-goers weather heat
Family suspects foul play as man vanishes in Findlay
Rocket QB recruit hurt in all-star game
Former BGSU basketball player charged in robbery
The tastes of Home
Toledo Express cited as nation's fastest growing
Rail unions propose unity to end hostilities, save money
U.S. seeks more detail on Libbey's Anchor bid
Golf notebook: Ottawa Park employee has spent career around sport
Indy pounds Hens
20 achieve their goal at citizenship `happening'
Environmental activist pushes marsh protection
Alleged driver of stolen car is charged with 2 homicides
Forums planned on beryllium compensation
CCW proposals misfire
Carty's misplaced enthusiasm
The `Fast-Buck Express'
Lagrange festivals get better every year
Time to find employment for Hizzoner
Fathers and sons and fishing go together
Market is the place to find today's dinner
California's Lodi deserves respect
Time in Toledo helped sharpen `Chainsaw Al'
Sanders to attend event hosted by Laura Bush
MCO researcher gains endowment
Train injuries claim life of Michigan man
Oregon will allow voters to decide on gas program
Golf course burglaries probed in Williams County
Appeals court overturns Texan's drug conviction
Fremont housing authority sued for guard's shooting
Burned bowling alley ready to reopen in B.G.
Body of missing camper found in park's lagoon
La-Z-Boy to reorganize into 2 production groups
Utopia seeks entries for its coming exhibit
Essays to mark Parents' Week
Overdose ends work of inmates at shelter
Arizona man charged with killing Ohio wife, children
Sylvania schools hit by shortfall
Maumee: Mall plan still rife with issues
Fifth Third names 2 to VP posts
Lasalle's employee mentored managers
Toledoan oversaw city school cafeterias
Time posts good time
Rape suspect caught after escape
Contractor says he'll pay for courthouse damage