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Available stories for Saturday, November 29, 2003

Rain dampens 1st sales of pick n cut yule trees
Restaurant review: Shorty s Bar-B-Que ***
Local gospel group heads to Vegas
Morning blaze destroys family s S. Toledo home
Link found in 2 freeway shootings
3 teens charged in school vandalism
2 arrested in drug sting near Toledo
Spending projected to decline by $8M
Firefighter retires to put focus on health, family
The root of all evil ?
Officers to zero in on I-75, A.W. Trail
Let there be lights
Single children s hospital is goal for metro Toledo
Tragedy south of the border
The dossier builders
Wet and windy
Soaring to the stars
President should listen to his father
Santa s sleigh to stop in Huron after all
Machine shop co-owner loved cooking
Williston hairdresser still working at 81
Railroad repairs to close Woodville Rd. at Navarre Park
Police seek clues to solve slaying during A-1 Auto Parts robbery
Rivals in rhythm: Falcons hungry for own title
Rivals in rhythm: Rocket game plan no secret
Storm can t save face against Dayton
Beach bacteria study points to river, ditch
Keesey hits 25 points as Swanton girls win
Columbus Grove plays for D-VI championship
Fusion: Help Me Obi-Wan
Trio to release disc at Bryan holiday concert
Speaker to relate true spirit of Islam
TPS proposes to revitalize E. Toledo site
Today s log
Suburban crime report
Marine officer, police in Sandusky honored
Anti-abduction program scheduled for children
Used cell phones to aid Tiffin violence victims
Luckey man arrested after pedestrian is hit
Napoleon man dies as car leaves road, lands in pond
Meeting set on program for lower drug prices
Known suspect shoots Walbridge Avenue girl
Leaf collector crashes city truck, is injured
Apparent rifleman crashes car during chase by police
Car-wash manager is robbed, stabbed
Pack your files for migration
Writer journeyed from atheism to Christianity
Catholics to see changes in leadership and liturgy
Toy-shoppers scour local store shelves as bargain hunters turn out very early
Hints of pop music won t hurt country

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