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Available stories for Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Treat dad to some backyard brambles
Batman earns his wings
WTOL-TV wins 4 of 5 news time slots
Pro offers sessions on getting organized
TBG sponsors contest for area gardeners
Women s shelter opens with tribute to a victim
Storm brings gusts of 60 mph
Club owner raises bar on downtown s night life
Sculpture exhibit in Gibsonburg brings artist's vision to fruition
County discount proposed
Fire authorities investigating 3 arsons
Erie County man faces charges in fatal crash
UT law students urge provost to reinstate dean
Perrysburg Township collision leaves 1 dead, 1 injured
UT trustees expected to scale back tuition hike
Van Buren schools plan extracurricular fees
Findlay taps interim chief to lead police department
Fremont man charged with having child porn
Ex-Monroeville teacher gets suspended sentence
Hazardous-material drill scheduled in East Toledo
Man who skipped trial arrested in Albuquerque
Oregon schools to pay design firm $2.8 million
Rossford schools, union agree on 3-year contract
Debt forgiveness one step in easing global poverty
And they call themselves Republicans?
A legal freak show
Pilkington reviewing safety-agency citations
Rejuvenated: Pistons show championship form
Effective pitcher blanks inept Hens
Prep tennis, baseball, college baseball
Today's log
Ohio Supreme Court to decide grandparents' visitation rights
Suspect must stay in treatment
Wine linked to Ohio coin scandal stolen; Colorado burglars also take guns, jewelry, cars
Office space at Levis Commons still empty
Controversial renovation to church gets under way
Cardinal Stritch High to unveil $1.5M capital improvement plan
School chief picked for Pike-Delta-York
Overturned truck halts Rt. 163 traffic
Monroe County looks south for solution to radio woes
New bookmobile is more compact and fuel-efficient
Rain delay, wild pitch cost Blissfield
Free throws may be key for Pistons
Inverness' Open prospects not promising
Wallace really is not quitting
Pinehurst may have stingy Open welcome
Pension agency chief says remedies exist for fund woes
Lay's attorney defends handling of investment
Ben returns to form just in time to save Pistons
Forget 'see-through' security
Suppressing the vote
School aide scheduled substitute teachers
Philips Display foreman served on school boards
Employees of Fostoria factory optimistic they'll find new work

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