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Available stories for Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Mud Hens' Parrish IL's top manager
Prep cross country, volleyball, tennis, college football
Political correctness before kids
Toledo's poverty rate drops as nation's rises
I-280 traffic will flow as orange barrels clear
Opening day plays well for Toledo students * Photo album *
4 mayoral hopefuls square off during TV debate
No cleanup planned for former beryllium plant
Movie review: The Constant Gardener ****
Higher interest rates draw investors back to CDs
Gradkowski all set to work magic again
Cochran backup, but learning all the time
Adrian dentist charged with health-care fraud
Zwick needs impressive showing to land QB job
Family 'quartet' making its debut at kindergarten * Photo album *
Hancock fair highlighted by heartthrob crooner
2 charged with plot to defraud insurers
Annexed areas of Bowling Green added to enterprise zone
Judge issues county s longest sentence for meth
Road project worker crushed in truck cab, dies
Community arts center in Bowling Green asking for ideas
Suspect sought 3 years is arrested in Texas
Members decline to fill Perrysburg council seat
Petro told to give proof of Bureau of Workers Comp investigation
Police use tear gas to force man from house
Today's log
Ambulance, SUV collide; 2 die, 2 injured
Katrina waves goodbye
Defiance police officer has resigned
Tax repeal attempt in jeopardy
Businessman exits airport board post
Drug charges net 5 1/2 years for Tiffin man
2 officers are cleared in suspect's shooting
Woman who fell off truck identified
Foundation gift aids YWCA with fire loss
Fulton Co. taps librarian for MRDD board
Bicycle riders may be allowed to use sidewalks
Law library violations could cost Sandusky Co.
Monroe County task force chairman removed
New filing fee could help fund legal aid for indigent
Crunch time for TPS
Fresh start for Burundi
More miles per barrel?
War arguments are ill-conceived
BWC hospital plan spurs criticism
Operation of local businesses affected
Ex-Oregon nun moved into eye of storm
No clemency for Spirko, parole board advises Taft
Growing number of states putting bite on pit bulls
Petro told to give proof of BWC probe
Food firm thrives since moving corporate office to Lucas County
AFL-CIO poll finds economic worries in 6 of 10 workers
Quarterly loss grows to $1.2M for Ohio Art
San Jose an added source of talent for Storm
Falcons won't be surprised by Badgers' welcome
'Postman Pat' series crosses the ocean
Schaffer takes Atlanta radio job
Sprinklers keep plants watered while you're away
Attorney was head of airport authority
Educator proud of his work at college