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Available stories for Thursday, June 13, 2002

Should Libbey be saved from the wrecking ball? YES
Should Libbey be saved from the wrecking ball? NO
Unused lighthouses may get new owners
Committee cheers successful gala
Was HBO's short-lived `Mr. Show' ahead of its time?
Fash Bash ticket sales start Monday
City to check for criminal histories
Sylvania Twp. may purchase camp land
Gorilla mom, baby reported doing well
Pupils leave their mark on teacher
Purses with pizzazz
Bethpage USGA makeover
Bill Blass, designer that mixed classic with current, dies
Johnson isn't driving like a rookie
Tiger's length a plus on shots from the fairway
Hackenberg's odds for the U.S. Open
Kalita remains unlucky as Hens lose, 6-3
Mowing roadside cuts down more than grass
Good deeds deserve to be passed along
Festival opens in Holland
Dana to pay $380,000 in Indiana race-bias case
Lunchtime concerts return
Mike Anderson elected chairman of YMCA board
It's not snow
Arts aficionados pursue rainbow of vision for city
Cross-dresser's lawsuit calls Cedar Point unfair
Repairing a landmark
`Truckways' a dream
Tennis' amazing sisters
The Congo in crisis
`Warnings' of `Gay Day' are astonishing
Taft tells Boys State to become involved
Diver died from an air embolism, coroner says
Port Clinton driver injured in crash on State Rt. 163
Fostoria woman indicted in gun theft from home
Downtown bar accused of liquor violations
Escapee from Toledo captured in Michigan
Robbery is reported at South Ave. Wendy's
Contract to raze burned eatery goes to Clyde firm
Judge consolidates cases in Peeping Tom incidents
Ex-judge fined over campaign contributions
New look for a Food Town
Drums, bugles in the Glass Bowl
Parts shortage brakes Libertys
Work hours cut for medical residents to reduce risk of errors
Maumee police allege man performed lewd act
Storm sewer work to close 1 eastbound lane of Airport
19 area students win stipends for college
Swan Creek boat tours are available
Shriners will sell papers to benefit hospital work
Clyde man arrested after police standoff
Trailer spills fertilizer in U.S. 20 accident
Toledo man who scalded child freed from prison
Court cites compensation chief
Ohio-Michigan safety blitz pulled 492 trucks off road
Court reinstates suit against gun manufacturers
Crash injures fire captain on way to call
Complaint claims Ohio justices didn't pay enough taxes
Lebanese native's family runs popular restaurants
Liberty Center mechanic known in area for his skills
Wauseon High School to have 1 less business teacher next term
Sylvania Twp. crews keep eyes out for messy properties
Sylvania sidewalks in line for fix-up to meet disability standards
War buff handcrafts cannon carriage
Superintendent's job another step forward
Swanton sells land to golf course
Rossford finds site for fire station
Pemberville out to turn itself into a tourist town
Lagrange Street parish celebrates annual Polish fest
Grants awarded to upgrade Uptown Business District
Pettisville teachers granted pay raise
Skate park in line for Maumee's Fairfield Park
Waterville mulls changes to its charter
Fulton County schools establish rules for spectators
Sylvania acts on purchase of house
County to inspect Central, Wilford intersection
Sylvania will improve sidewalk ramps
Owens softball team grew into national power in just 4 years
Grants sought to keep deputies inside schools
Allegiance pledge clarified for pupils
Substation to ease electricity problem in Bedford
Townships target fireworks dealers
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