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Available stories for Sunday, April 17, 2005

UT won't be 1-dimensional
Jacobs welcomes new crop of Bowling Green receivers
Vargas packs a punch
Reading evens series with Storm
Hens can't follow up opening act
Golf, auto racing, ECHL
Tragedy done Disney-style
Rekindling love with the one who got away
A culinary tour of the past
Even though it's in French, opera 'Faust' speaks to young audience members
CD reviews: Ben Watt delivers up a classy collection of deep house tunes
Untold story told again and told well
Legislated out of debt relief
From microscopic materials, potential industrial revolution
Area buyers taking their time
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL IN NORTHWOOD
Today's log
Is Rudolph anything but a terrorist?
Gambling, arena pay off for the Quad Cities
Rose could be thorn UT's defense needs
Lake Erie walleye numbers pleasing
At last, spring comes to the Heartland
Solutions elusive as authorities ponder problem of feral felines
Worries surround changes to family act
Crafts from 33 nations fill small store in Bluffton
State wants sailors to chart course toward water safety
Spring cleanup rids neighborhoods of trash by the ton
The 30-year fugitive
Toledo case exposes gaps in criminal databases
Halliburton confirms death of Toledo man in Afghanistan helicopter crash
The 'bucks' never stop
Texas two-step
Slow burn at TSA
Bush saw threat posed by Saddam
There are lots of ways to keep costs down on those European trips
Injury bug doesn't deter UM
Wolverines notebook: Edwards still knows how to draw a crowd
Falcons notebook: Brandon happy with effort of defense
Notebook: Hens to erect second video board
Salem Twp. teen injured when ATV flips into ditch
Man killed in accident involving towed tractor
Seven face DUI charges after Sylvania Twp. stop
BGSU athlete completes fund-raising exercises
Accused car thief sought by Michigan State Police
Wildfire advisory issued for Ohio until rain arrives
School music teacher played in Lima Symphony Orchestra
Varsity Lanes co-owner was hall of fame bowler
Letters from the front by a grunt named Dole
Bush's huge gamble on Social Security