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Available stories for Tuesday, May 4, 2004

Bush bus tour rolls through Maumee
Packo's plans site near Hens' roost
Democrats toss Ross as party chairman
15 families retrieve ashes cast aside in funeral home
Sylvania will seek lower bids for Lathrop move
President renews drive for Michigan, Ohio votes
Labor leader Copeland dies after long illness
Priest indicted for murder; Robinson released on bond in 1980 nun slaying
Today's log
Dems could profit from reality show
Charge stuns those who recall Robinson fondly
Conference delegate rips media coverage
Valedictorians, salutatorians pay homage to mentors
Hillsdale businessman robbed outside bank
Tree-trimmer dies by touching power lines
Bluffton plans to offer master's in business
2 judicial candidates facing no opposition
Overcrowding closes jail to Lucas County inmates
Monroe woman wins $100,000 in Ohio lottery
Maumee green-lights Senior Center renovation
Business achievements: Cooper Tire promotes 5; VP elevated by Lathrop
Asphalt workers' strike affects 2 area plants
Perrysburg plant to shed 15% of workers
Wrangler sales roar, fuel hope for 2nd factory shift
Culinary treats for Mom
Lemon Flower Pancakes
Rose Petal Pound Cake
Lavender Sugar Cookies
Toledo woman to be on 'Today'
$750K deal set for development rights in Fulton
Woman guilty of taking money
Smallmouth, largemouth bass off-limits until June 26
Pistons set the tone with defense
Nondescript heavies make Tyson interesting
3-year pact ratified at plant in Tiffin
Daimler Engine factory in Dundee called safe
Rossford board asks public input on levy priorities
CCNO beyond capacity
Troopers plan effort to curb teen drinking
Study shows homelessness is on the rise in Sandusky County
Minister wins appeal on same-sex weddings
Music venues join forces for summer
State OKs funds for electronic voting
Indiana man gets 4 years for having sex with girl
Mud Hens lose a yawner
Shouldn't our target be Saudi Arabia?
The 'Olds' says good-bye
Off-target on terrorism
No immunity for paddling
Toast the Olympics with Greek wine
Bankruptcy cases in area drop but set April mark
Arlington farmer was active in community politics, school board
Ottawa Hills CPA was on council, various boards

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