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Available stories for Sunday, April 3, 2005

John Paul II dead at 84
Schiavo case has ignited interest in living wills
Counties confront court security issues
Scientist sees 'collision course' with agricultural manure issue
Youth headed to national bee in geography
Pontiff left his mark on area leaders and residents
Tumultuous initiation: Utilities watchdog for Ohio hit the ground running
Most area firms' ballot proposals unlikely to generate controversy
Lake view, modest price: Adaptation of Canadian concept rises in Luna Pier
Bergin scores 2 in Storm's victory
College basketball, golf, auto racing
A new American: Tarkan Mekik celebrates his first day as a U.S. citizen
Danger ahead: Troubled teens send out signals
The good, the bad, and the Devil
History makes a great read when it's related by Thomas Cahill
White heats up: The no-color color becomes chic again
Taking your child to first ballgame?
Heading for the hills
Europe takes lead harnessing wind
Canon law spells out papal selection
Crash on I-75 bridge sends 2 to hospital
Police offer few details about Fostoria shooting
Toledo boy returns home after transplant surgery
911 service interrupted for 2,400 in Monroe Co.
Woman critically hurt in central-city shooting
'Great Communicator' silent
President salutes 'a champion of human freedom'
Pope's mission of peace touched multitude
Wind-driven blaze strikes Ada building
Inner voices can drive one to distraction
Storm should already be playing in a new arena
Michigan erred when it let Pitino get away
Maumee Valley chefs dinner has cruise theme
CD reviews: Beck's latest is lively, but poses too many questions
Pack this advice from an experienced traveler
Tale leaves readers eager for sequel
Pair of food books serve both to educate, amuse
BGSU theater professor served as chairman of faculty senate
Dana executive's wife hosted overseas visitors
Today's log
John Paul II
Insurance pool savings
The cop in the backseat
Restricting phone use by drivers
New ODNAP chief confident of keeping ship afloat
Florida is the place the country is becoming
Taxpayers unfairly snared by the AMT
Kremlin keeps watch on Kyrgyz revolt
Ohio agency sinks millions into rare coins
Buying and selling rare coins can be risky business
Noe got early start in rare coin business
HelpLine - from the Toledo Board of Realtors

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