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Available stories for Friday, December 21, 2001

Board re-elects Nicholson
Gasoline prices in region climb for holiday travel
Grants awarded to area artists, art groups
Amelie: Paris streets are alive with sweetness
Museum finds creative way to warm up winter
Mon Ami: Get away from it all on the ‘island'
Lear closure to cost 323 jobs
Groups eye investment in area ethanol operations
Irish put too much faith in resume
Another Ohio budget `cure'
A boost for the Big Apple
Baaaaa! Humbug!
Toledo Opera also deserves recognition
Events: Brickman to perform
Storm gets a chance to gain ground
Storm's Nilsson is ECHL All-Star
North Baltimore schools to expand peer mediation
Hancock bolsters rules on tobacco-product sales
Tiffin U. has new president
Swanton man freed early from fatal-crash sentence
Girls basketball: Bowsher holds off Maumee; Clay clips Whitmer
Suspect caught by police after theft from store
Fire fueled by molotov cocktail damages homes
Ski-masked bandits rob W. Alexis Burger King
Toledoan granted early release in homicide case
Squirrels gone bad: Why some act nuts
Mom who discarded baby is sent back to jail
Landmark Park Hotel prepares to be sold
Port board gives Hartung a raise of $5,142 a year
Maumee, Toledo land tiff near end
Temperance man dies after collision
Thieves apparently tail holiday shopper
Bank robber in S. Toledo used maroon SUV to flee
St. Francis grad's finding tied to animal evolution
B.G. man is hit by car on Dorr Street
Unbuilt I-280 bridge claims world record
Ex-OC official was a general in the Greek army
Ex-librarian craved learning
Wood County $35.8M budget avoids cutbacks
Lima plans to lay off 36, starting in March
Sandusky County has new recorder
Funds released for work on Camp Perry quarters
Police say 4 stores repeat alcohol sale to a minor
Rossford dumps fire hall plan at Crossroads
Damschroder pushes .08 limit for DUI
Deters likely to drop bid for Ohio AG
Cedar Fair declares 41-cent distribution

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