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Available stories for Thursday, January 17, 2002

Union membership stable in 2001 despite layoffs
Zyndorf/Serchuk survives Cavista collapse
Beating prompts call for more staff, safety
Struggling apartments to undergo city audit
Mayor, UT president tout King Day event
Changes in police, fire pensions could delay retirement
GOP plan splits Lucas
UT women capture fourth straight win
Rockets rally ugly
Unless changes made, Toledo still a .500 team
Proposed congressional districts
Father arrested in Oregon slayings was a con man with a taste for the good life
Prison officials will wait until last minute to unplug electric chair
Ohio Village closing temporarily; all employees fired
Director's track is a jewel in `Buffy'
Designer likes style of Afghanistan's leader
Ohio may lose anti-smoking money
Lourdes College to halt its preschool program
Lourdes science lab lands $200,000 grant
Bedford Township, state to study wetland protection issue
Potential buyer says he hopes to reopen National Machinery
Administrator of Pioneer will resign Feb. 15
2 plaintiffs ask judge to dismiss civil-rights suit against Swanton
Toledo council leader vows to alter policy on banners
New place to eat on campus
A little off the sides
Henry County plans facility for disabled, solicits their input
Michigan seeks clout over topics on the lakes
Ohio schools battle deadline for insurance
IRS plans random audits of 50,000
Hunting season for Canada geese timely
The high cost of high living just got higher
Cards deck BG win streak
Ohio State rolls to 7th victory in a row
After dry spell, Maumee is contender in NLL race again
BG won't take loss lying down
Chrysler unit CEO calls good products key to turnaround
Drama puts family under a microscope
Band clinics, concerts scheduled at BGSU
Excitement builds at kickoff parties
Viewers loyal to WB
Partners aim to zip to wealth
GM ends year in black, halts profit sharing
Michigan jobless rate highest since 1995
Sales increase honored founder, Wendy's says
Common pleas judge planning run for appeals
Area couple close in on milestone
Court urged to dismiss case linked to slaying
Rx for trouble
Balmy words on sore wounds
Maybe the puck stops here
Enron: Main issue is campaign finance
Judge to rule on 2nd exam in Findlay eatery stabbing
Mercury forces cleanup of Adrian schoolroom
Commissioner photos sought for Wood exhibit
Career center gets loan to expand Shawnee site
Adrian man arraigned on tainted-drink felony
Perrysburg school board fills vacant position
Teen in beating case faces robbery charge
Boy, 14, is suspected in shooting of teen, 16
Sykes elected president of Metroparks board
2 concourses at Detroit Metro evacuated after security breach
Accountant gave time, energy to aid the mentally retarded
Farmer-wife-mother was extension service adviser
Metamora waterline depends on soil analysis
3 housing projects in area gain funding
1st of 7 charged in 2-county theft ring enters guilty plea
Mud Hens ready to host Fandemonium
Bowsher girls team returning to glory days
State agency alleges discrimination in loan
Some Ohio Democrats want change in state party leadership
Central boys, Eastwood girls made trip to Phoenix a success
Sisk vows tight rein over Monroe County operations
Church price may fit Bedford bill
Sylvania OKs traffic plan
Sylvania councilman pushes charter change
Some Perrysburg Twp. residents object to trustee's role on commission
Oregon's crime reporting program has early success
Olander Park System weighs rescue of Lathrop House
Northwood considering Brentwood expansion
Informational hearing on Sylvania signs slated for next month
Explorer post seeks fans of real courtroom drama
Green, Secory retain Swanton school board posts
Fossil site shares prize as best new Ohio park
Debated zoning rule in Waterville wins in vote switch
Sylvania annexation approved for Holland-Sylvania site
Perrysburg Township to tackle future US 20/23 development
PDY schools hire first computer technician
Gymnastics group honors principal's feats
Evergreen plans bond issue for buildings
Bedford school board eyes left over cash for projects

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