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Available stories for Sunday, March 14, 2004

Disputes cloud voting reform
We're living in a hotbed of film festivals
'The Mikado': Everything old is new again
Titans on to regional
Falcons fall in MAC women's final
Joplin hoping best is yet to come for Rockets
Illini guards beat Michigan in Big Ten Tournament semifinals
Great run for Stritch ends
Boys basketball: O-G, Pollitzes beat Wauseon
Bedford wrestlers Brighton, Zink are runners-up at state meet
Bedford wins 15th straight regional volleyball title
Michigan notebook: Injury sidelines Abram
Buckeyes oust BG from CCHA tourney
Findlay wins in Division II tourney game
Rivermen skate past Storm
Perfect opportunity for Maumee
Davis-Besse: What will tomorrow bring?
Kudos to UT's Johnson for bold thinking
Chefs are tuned in to sustainable cuisine
No walleye stingers permitted in Maumee or Sandusky bays
Bill could give lakefront owners control of shore
Creatures entertain gathering of 1,300 at Stranahan
Hillsdale County battles to halt exodus of jobs
Body pulled from Auglaize River
Toledo boy, 9, killed by shotgun blast
Zero tolerance rules at check-in
Group seeks donations, to honor WW II veterans
Erie, Huron authorities probe shooting of man
Deputy sheriff, woman hurt as vehicles collide
Archbold woman killed in Henry County crash
Check-kiting suspect surrenders to police
Woodstock Avenue man stabbed outside home
Mayor Ford recovering but will stay in hospital
Car dealer in Norwalk enjoyed haggling
Devoted surgeon spoke 6 languages
More than ever, men and women differ in choices
Today's log
Will brightest be left behind?
A new killer: obesity
Ending hockey violence
Davis-Besse plant: Costs vs. safety
You know it's an election year when ...
CD reviews: Nellie McKay bursts on the scene
Political operator has what it takes to save Detroit
Blair pays the price for joining Bush
ATM machines are handy when abroad
Show highlights beauty of horses
Bright predictions for savings, choices of suppliers fall short
African cuisine, movie benefit Kenyan orphans
Spikes in costs for lumber, related products could dampen residential building
Corporations seek higher profits
'Saturday Night Fever' struts its stuff at the Stranahan