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Available stories for Thursday, November 11, 2004

NEW Mayor boosts projected deficit, orders police and fire personnel cuts
Monroe County man killed in Iraq fighting
Broken Arrows: St. Ursula's season ends on a controversial goal
I-280 bridge progress
Bush taps top counsel to replace Ashcroft
BodyGuards: Falcons' unheralded offensive line getting job done protecting QB Jacobs
Fresno's hot goalie cools the Storm
1 hurdle for UT: beat BG
Sidelines: Top-ranked St. Ursula still seeking elusive state crown
A soldier's story: Sylvania Township veteran's wartime adventures are included in new book
Kest accepts deal to quit, calls it 'high price to pay'
Judge sets trial date in Turtle Island dispute
Teacher acquitted in student-sex case
Blood disorder blamed for death of athlete, 15
STRIKING A POSE
Insect invaders bugging homeowners
Some veterans celebrate today quietly, mindful of their service
Anthony Wayne students learn about plastics
Fayette homes on display for holidays
ARCHBOLD: LIGHTING UP THE SKY
Springfield Township: Fire chief plans to double staff
SPRINGFIELD: OPEN HOUSE FOR SCHOOLS
BEDFORD TOWNSHIP: YMCA 'ON TARGET'
Monroe County: Changes fast for new commissioner
Whiteford Township: After 20 years, clerk decides to leave post
South Toledo: YMCA officials vow to keep sports alive
OREGON: GERMAN FEST
Lake Township: Chief completes updating of police manual
Regents approve new MCO doctorate degree
Sandusky County given 300 flu vaccine doses
Morenci earns grant for forestry programs
Fostoria motorist dies after hitting horse, car
North Baltimore offers session on tree program
Mother of slain man sues city, chief, police
19-year-old gets 15 years for Defiance teen's death
Village fires officer on mayor's say-so
Physician denies role in fraud, drug case
Toledo man charged with public indecency
Pee-wee's silly Saturday mornings
Trip back in time hooked guitarist on jazz
Ch. 24 hires news chief
Sidelines: It was all downhill on way to state title
Jet lands safely after warning light issue
Falcon women meet Buckeyes in soccer
Penta board OKs spending $170,000 for 1 acre near campus
Democrats seek replacements to fill 4 offices
Auto mechanic in Oak Harbor active in Masons
Monroe Street projects are nearly completed
Ginn is great ... where's he been?
Panthers start from scratch before finding success
4 men, 2 women sign to play for Falcons
Economic impact of deer hunting huge in Michigan
Prep volleyball tournament schedule, soccer
Gunman takes cash from coffee shop
Budapest co-owner started as waitress
Fifth Third seeks OK for surface parking lot
Sidelines: Athlete of the Week - Rebekah Smeltzer
Sidelines: Athlete of the Week - J.J. Fought
Our debt to troops, veterans
Vioxx and the FDA
A political Rorschach test
Findlay man convicted of defrauding Medicare
'Notebook' novelist produces a sellout
2 actors, 22 characters, lots of laughs
Casting call
Barbershop group schedules concert
Dinner aids sisters, academy
The election is over; let's work together
Gardner to fill No. 3 spot in Senate GOP hierarchy
Specialty-coffee choices broaden in Toledo area
Owens Corning stock on rise in heavy trading
Consumers' counsel to appeal decision on phone-line leasing
Urban warfare taking mental toll on returning veterans, official says
Citing sanctions risk, ABC affiliates decline to air 'Private Ryan'
Ohio House approves bill for study of death-row cases
Judge rejects dog handler's excuse, sends her to prison
Commentator says political dialogue ignores civic duty
PhD quest ends in RIP for our CPA
Ohio Supreme Court reinstates seat-belt verdict
Sidelines: St. John s among nation s elite basketball teams
School reunions
Military reunions
Support groups
Volunteers
Scholarships
Student of the Week: Alissa Weaver
Student of the Week: Rachel Lorenzo
Student of the Week: Beth Johnson
Ottawa Hills to honor former coach Niedermeier
What's on: Fulton County
People
The Weekly Record: West
The Weekly Record: Metro
Sylvania: Court has more help for addicts
Student of the Week: Rebecca Doblinger
Ottawa Hills: Council might drop speed to 25 on Bancroft
The Weekly Record: Monroe County
What's on: Michigan
Senior activities: Michigan
Senior activities: Wood County
Wauseon: Free tests still available
Swanton: Village gets OK to tear down house
Delta: Annual library event raises funds for reading
Bedford Township: Big issues face new board members
Sylvania: Duck takes flight for warmer weather
Lake Township: Ayers Road limit may be 35 mph
Senior activities: Metro/East
Lyons: Play area to be sold to village for $1
Monroe County: Newest supervisors working hard to be ready on details
Northwood: Increased costs, soil hold up fire station
Senior activities: Fulton County
Pike-Delta-York: State, donated funds to disappear
Rocky Ridge: Village likely to continue budget cuts
What's on: East
What's on: South
What's on: West
Waterville: Ballot error means lost tax revenue