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Available stories for Sunday, June 13, 2004

Law fails to ensure openness
Prospects diminish for jobless teachers
Political foot soldiers swing into action
Flag collection has new home
Hispanic cultures, commerce connect in Promenade Park
Dating over 40: Single men and women face different challenges in midlife
All that jazz: Famed pianist Ramsey Lewis to headline weekend festival
Brother-sister team make headlines as collectors
'Soundstage' revival continues in Season 2
L.A. not worried, just wants to win 1
No room for Thames: Tigers stacked with outfielders
Williams questions selection process at Scott
Shook breaks mark, places 2nd
Pendragon sails away with its 2nd Mills Trophy
IL notebook: It s all Greek to Hens Nicholson
Area public offices are quick or agonizing on records help
School districts frequently fail on compliance
Show of sadness is one thing, but we need a reality check
Brown's strategy is sinking in
Anderson bagged his bear, but not without a fright
Recipe contests are winners with home cooks
Booklet tells story of Wolcott House
Washington pursued his grand idea in vain
Web sites for variety of records
Today's log
Scoreboard
Jobs shrink for area remodelers
2004 award winners typify the breed in willingness to take a calculated risk
Mud Hens eager to rack Tides' pitchers
Ohio Public Records Act is there for you
Truce possible in dispute over channel sediment
3 face DUI charges from sobriety check
'Trivial' court rulings lead to many exceptions
Groups conducting the audit
Officials say audit results merit action
Michigan requires written requests, patience
Lack of cooperation is common across U.S.
Ex-Rossford mayor sued to get data on police fund
Instant access to records rare in Michigan
Rollover crash kills 2 Fulton Co. teens
Records should be available
The Blade was 1 of 42 participating newspapers
Walbridge police scrutinize 'suspicious' document-seeker
Perrysburg hit by brief power outage
Bush? Reagan mantle just not a good fit
Quick tips for a quick trip
Street scene raises difficult questions
Entrepreneur built electrical-gear repair chain
Griffey quieted in Tribe win over Reds
Co-owner of kennel in Sandusky remembered as generous, caring
Bush and Clinton are more alike than they think
Mixing politics and religion
Was Pfc. Sting a scapegoat?
Privatizing driver's ed
Americans pay price of Bush tax cuts
Area shoppers are part of the trend boosting the sector
Prosecutors switch tactics, turning firms against workers