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Available stories for Sunday, March 5, 2006

Personnel mistakes don't justify closing COSI
Water-loving Wylie leaps into record book
Toledo has characters who deserve their Oscars
Wolverines play matches demeanor of their coach
Quiet Hafner loud and clear with his bat
A first for Waite
OH s Magrum triumphs
Springfield s Dennis third
Genoa s Purdue is champ
A timeless win for Rockets
Ann Arbor law firm fights to dethrone Darwin
Putnam County not in tune with hit musical
38 take plunge for funds
Trooper discovers pair dead in home
Disposal woes may be behind grisly find Law adds difficulty to burying animals
Ulmer's mantra key to his rise, ruin
A talent for giving
Is anyone listening?
Today's log
Maumee man accused of starting fire in house
Toledoan hurt, robbedtrying to help motorist
Man seriously injuredin ATV rollover mishap
3 months in Florida had ups and downs
Busting the Top 10 myths about dogs and cats
Welcome spring by attending a cooking class
Cheese has fun with everything from rap to rock
Fascinating look at Churchill's on words on WWII
The Bleary-Eyed Awards
Florida's wild side Day at Busch Gardens mixes fun, education
Property prospectors dig Toledo
Bernard Miller, 1925-2006 Seneca Co. farmer was onetime owner of Attica restaurant
James Pullella: 1921-2006 WW II veteran worked at UT, in public health
Bush? Mix equal parts Taft, Wilson, Kennedy, and Nixon
Why be scornful of art dealers?
Press victory in Indonesia
Is Detroit paying attention?
A Great Lakes opportunity
Developing feud could split GOP's harmony
Outsiders will be key players in guiding Dana in bankruptcy
Firm probed for not disclosing lead-based paint
How did it come to this?
Dana filing is largest to date for U.S. in '06
Bedford capturesClass A championship
Wildcats reach state
Falcons knocked out of CCHA tournament
Ottawa Hills bumps Toledo Christian 49-47
BGSU descent continues
Storm tops Greenville for fifth straight win
OSU doesn t think tie would be fitting
Rockets stay alive
Toledo Magazine - Violin workshop
Marathon marks still standing

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