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Available stories for Wednesday, January 14, 2004

'Driving Miss Daisy' a stellar production
Boogie surrenders to forces of market
Saxophonist David Sanborn to perform
Judge censures Telb for jail's security lapses
Students, schools rally spirits for new state test
Call it flu or flulike: There's lots of it in Ohio
Area police agencies welcome court decision
Lucas County offers $500K to attract coke plant
Puppy love
O Neill puts on the gloves as White House hits back
Today s log
Elections board in tiff with auditor
Veterans planning D.C. trip for World War II Memorial had better hurry
City sewer project to use county maps
UAW president lauds advances in productivity
FirstEnergy's chief exec dies
Ohio State, Clarett may get together again
Free gunlocks aim to ensure safe handling
Blackwell blasts bid for permanent sales-tax hike
UT vice president bypassed for Florida job
2 colleges link health studies
Sandusky may rescind parking tax
Agency may resubmit grant application in Monroe Co.
St. Francis to receive $100K from restaurateur
Administrator at MCO will return to classroom
UT women rally, edge Eastern
Freshman at point of Rockets' attack
Jacques growls with 3 goals
UT running back Martin wants to transfer
Girls basketball: Perrysburg survives at Southview
Boys basketball: Davis nets 19 as Rogers rolls
It may be lucky, but it isn't bamboo
Our porous borders
Stabbing at home shuts schools doors
Young dream, shop amid vehicles at Detroit show
Tonight in basketball
Comedy an antidote for a cold night
Workers, owners urge plan to fight carryout crimes
Fayette man accused of paid murder plot
Ottawa County elects Koebel to lead board
Wood County planner retires at month's end
Parolee for bank crimes convicted in B.G. assault
Man gets 5-year term in prison for shooting
Defiance ends week's search for missing man
Northwood schools re-elect president
Tennessee man arrested in theft of bowling funds
Police arrest 3 men in alleged kidnapping
It may not seem so, but Election 2004 is about very big things
Protesters welcome apologies
To boldly go
A blow to the central city
Customers gave party for retiring mailman
Man s station was Marathon flagship

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