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Available stories for Tuesday, June 22, 2004

RAISING GREEN ON THE GREENS
Scoreboard: college baseball, holes-in-one
Dairy farm hearing draws crowd in Wood County
Owens leader's raise goes to scholarships
Taste of the Town mixes food, fun
A feeling of deja fuel for synthetics
Youth-group fishing promoted in Lake La Su An area
Kaptur promotes soybean fuel mix
Bar owners on trial for smoking violations seek answers
Weston making plans to mark 150th birthday
Maumee weighs action to take land for firehouse
Maumee schools award gym demolition contract
Barricaded man forced from residence, arrested
Radisson evacuated after grenade is found
Grand jury indicts man in motel stabbing death
Developer optimistic in quest for tenants
RING RUNNER
Rift ruffles courtly life of fiefdom
Fremont schools cited for deficit spending
Witness to slaying jailed until deposition is given
Marion County man indicted in escape
Findlay police investigate paper carrier assaults
Woman gets 7 days in jail for home drinking party
Business achievements: Rurban unit names CEO; Hylant appoints senior VP
Distracted Mud Hens lose
Whitmer grad honored as Presidential Scholar
Storybook fare: Bring foods from Harry Potter and other children's tales to your table
Treacle Tart
The Little Wee Bear's Special Porridge
Popovers for Piglet
Wonka's Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight
Gerken challenges Barlos to debate issues
Lucas County will face $350,000 tab to lease voting machines for Nov. 2 election
Mud Hens outfielder charged in domestic altercation
Today's log
Native Americans seek peace as summer sun hits high point
Fulton County officials alter resources amendment
O-I completes $1.4 billion deal for French bottle maker
School board in Swanton OKs pay-to-play fees
The voice of experience
Illegal school searches
All that jazz
Oregon to consider July raise for police officers
Wheelchair user dies after falling from vehicle in Findlay
Our leaders have made us barbarians
Would-be robber pleads guilty to manslaughter
Perrysburg schools mull records policy
Sylvania plots course toward ban on smoking
Kenton to dedicate painting of cowboy
Family ties place charter school under scrutiny of state auditor
Start of Erie St. project pushed back to Sunday
Erie County sheriff to get federal grant
Chrysler plant fined for safety violations
President puts focus on families
Mom, twins injured as SUV hits house
Motorcyclist dies in collision with trailer in Monroe County
Nevada's stop-and-identify police law doesn't violate Constitution, justices say
2nd teenager dies from Sunday accident in Williams County
Growth Partnership pledges $50,000 to fund for Toledo-N.Y. Delta flight
OC judge to consider examiner
Chemical engineer was known for 7 rubber-product patents
Time to move quickly on arena project
Wines to compare and contrast
Lemonade
Ticked-off grandma fights back as robber tries to snatch purse
Volunteer achieved recognition for large, small acts of kindness