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Available stories for Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Perkins heats up: Jacket scores all of his points in second half
Ball State drives the Falcons crazy
Kollar gets BG off to fast start
Bishop's 29 points lift UT women to victory
Griffins send Jackson to Storm
This decision for Iraqis only
Movie review: Assault on Precinct 13 ***
January Jam swings in Perrysburg Saturday
Kirstie Alley isn t afraid of issues in Fat Actress
Agencies say area rail-crash safeguards in place
Miller City tops Patrick Henry
Spectrum names winners of Black & White Show
High school hockey statistics
Liquor license plan goes to council
Today's log
Pothole season is running a bit behind schedule
Supporters from area swarm into capital for presidential oath
Man who hired hit man to kill wife gets 4 years
HANGING BY THREADS
Alleged kidnapper just paroled last month
Chesterfield Township voters to decide road, fires levies
Seneca County village gets $180,000 water grant
Adrian police hunting thief who hit 7-Eleven
Fostoria carryout robbed; woman, 42, is arrested
Tiffin man guilty of giving beer to teens; 1 was killed
Sylvania Township branch of KeyBank is robbed
Perrysburg school board selects district treasurer
Ex-Lucas administrator hired for Perrysburg job
Ex-city worker gets 45-day term for theft
Illinois man found shot at gas station later dies
Boys basketball state polls, ECHL, bowling
Officials in Bowling Green sued for alleged mailbox search
Program cuts ahead, UT president warns
City, township ponder need for 2 Sylvania fire levies
Bedford Township Board rights a wrong, pays for sewer tap
Eatery in Wauseon reluctantly pulls its ashtrays
1% bed tax is considered to tout tourism, travel in Ohio
Another phony crisis
Out of their pockets
Laser lunacy
Genoa board of education sets priorities
Freeing unlicensed or 'vicious' dogs from pound to cost more
2 Wauseon men, woman charged in various crimes
Oregon council mulls pay hikes
Maumee council OKs cash for jobs
Petition aims to reverse Monclova rezoning
Monroe OKs living wage rule
Verbal duels mark 1st day of testimony; Rice poised to be secretary of state
Growth agency OKs $2.6 million 2005 budget
St. Hedwig School may be closed by diocese
Factories in area kept active as 2004 ended
Strickland decides against 2006 run for Ohio governor
Temporary licensing for school principals could be tightened
We shouldn't let fear undo America's superpower status
Steelers give Roethlisberger a thumbs-up
Hungry deer are nimble, resourceful
Packo's negotiating site on Talmadge near mall
Accountant was a civic activist
Innovator matched students to jobs
Let's hope Gamby learned lesson in life
Self-serving, self-righteous President
Optimism for 2005 is found in survey