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Available stories for Thursday, July 31, 2003

Today's log
Symphony, opera end fiscal year in red
Plants replacing reactor heads
DNA challenge opened to imprisoned felons
Bush seeks to define marriage, omit gays
President shoulders blame for Iraq claim
Area employers urged to forbid foul language
Dana says directors don't want takeover
TPS hearing ordered over teacher's contract
Crane rising for work on pylon
Sides hike campaigns on Otsego school tax
Talented kids show creativity in summer camp
Swanton awaits school-levy results
P-D-Y awaits school levy results
$50K is sought to equip site for police training
Providence Twp. man held in stalking of neighbor
Los Amables band set for Voces Unidas fest
National award is a big surprise to local volunteer
Survey to seek input on Way Library, levy
Flap flares anew over spending
Centenarian has a big bash
Shankland, prosecutor enter race for 2 posts
Highland Heights sets Saturday forum
Peace crusaders roll into Toledo with agenda
UT black men's group will tutor at boys' school
Police search for suspect in bar shooting
Monroe council to choose from 3
Makeover sure to make theater a star in Maumee
Stop at antique shop is surprise
Man is shot to death in Riga Twp.
Apartments on Warren initial step of dream
Cops, kids join to fight litter in city
Catawba store a time capsule
Michigan ACLU chapter challenges Patriot Act saying anti-terror measure is unconstitutional
Bid for fire truck on Gorham ballot
Rossford school board readies levy replacement
A soldier's life can be a tough one, Roberto
Zoo partygoers join animals for dinner
Special day deserves some fun
A bureaucratic catch-22
When nature calls
The residency issue
Bats strike early, flatten Mud Hens
4 touted Tigers prospects down, but not out
Football glory lives on for area semi pro teams
Everyone entitled to give voice
Rides offered to concerts at Zoo
At 20, `Valley Girl' charms
Eye-opening look at beauty and aging
CO poisoning is serious business for all boaters
Scoreboard
Work force board acts on 2 main objectives
Jeep plant named exporter of year
Cement City man killed in U.S. 12 crash
Some unions find smaller can be better
Spartan chain's loss for quarter is $6.1 million
Construction imminent for B.G. center
Port Clinton woman indicted in police chase
Fostoria-area landfill to be sold to Mass. firm
Medina man indicted for attempted theft of plane
Fostoria man convicted of cocaine trafficking
Washington Twp. probes bottle-bomb explosion
Rash of stolen vehicles plague S. Toledo area
North end prostitution sting leads to 10 arrests
Firm appeals denial of gas station permit
Farm Focus show set for tomorrow, Saturday
Bidding to start for new Wauseon office
Improvements for Archbold's Woodland Park
Look at speed limits is urged in Sylvania Twp.
Oregon council, firefighters agree to 3-year pact
State Fair band, choir feature students from area
Fayette to fete bull thistle, farmer's bane
Agreement sets repaving of portion of Mescher
Mayor led Bellevue through 1969 flood
Nurse loved music, was local piccolo, flute player