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Available stories for Thursday, July 6, 2006

Candidates for Ohio governor agree to 4 debates
Discovery docks with space station after performing backflip for the cameras
Report calls for less control by governor at the BWC
Today's log
Recipe for Food Safety Inside and Outside the Kitchen
Mud Hens pitchers shine in split with Bats
Taft moves up timetable on tax cut
4 on council see red over decorative lighting
Repeated flooding possibly caused by bad retention system
Red Cross declares blood supply emergency
Monroe County arrests husband over lost limb
Baden given probation in stalking case
Official's property damaged by blaze
DVDs offer glimpses of everyday families
SWANTON HAS A PARTY IN THE PARK
PLAYING AROUND WITH PRIMARY COLORS
OOHS AND AAHS AT LUNA PIER'S FETE OF THE 4TH
Trent Willmon looks for a hit in new record
Lopez enhances celebrity of Farr field
Soccer, CFL, amateur baseball, NHL
Coduti, Chaney swing with Stars
At $3 per gallon, Toledo area pump prices pinch pocketbooks
Reader poll names Cedar Point No. 1
Driver leaves scene of crash that injures 2
Northwood fire station sets Sunday open house
Driver facing charge of running over mom
Motorcyclist injured in Hillsdale County crash
Bowling Green armory open today for prospective bidders
Suspicious fire damages vacant South Toledo house
Woman treated after firecracker enters home
Man claims he was shot during walk in West Toledo
Bullet found in window of Government Center
Caustic spray burns boy at holiday event
Huron County to seek state aid for flood costs
Wood County dairy hearing set tonight
Study calls for merging 2 service agencies
Perrysburg Township seeks levy for police
14 indicted for drugs, theft in Wood County
UT settles suit over woman's goal-post injury
WW II bomber to be in region next week
Sailboats to race on Ottawa River
Hunt is hitter of the week in Eastern League
Young to spend time with Mud Hens
Santa group claims exclusivity by a whisker
Ohio Power rate plan struck down by court
3 Andersons executives buy houses from firm
Not broken but 'fixed' anyway
Knock, knock. Who's there?
Pre-emptive health care
Local rally protests U.S. funding of Israel, airstrikes in Gaza
Lagrange Street, St. Hedwig fests have something for everyone
Shock rocker returns: Alice Cooper plays Sunday in the Stranahan Theater
Library's free concert series begins tonight
'Steel Magnolias' opens Tuesday in Huron Playhouse
Circus to visit Tiffin July 13-16
Chubby Carrier headlines rally
'Abstractions into Nature' exhibit opens Saturday in American Gallery
Findlay productions aim to charm, amuse
Clubs celebrate holiday with fun and games for all ages
More calendar - Metroparks
More calendar - state parks
More calendar - clubs
$1.6M in bonuses to 5 top executives preceded Chapter 11
Calendar: All-star week ahead for baseball, golf fans
Sugar-beet farmer raised hogs, sheep
Barber was square dance enthusiast
Can we all breathe a little easier?
Support groups
School reunions
Military reunions
Volunteers
Decision put off on Perrysburg Schools reading program
Wood frame possible for Monclova Township storage building
Perrysburg Township teen heading to Washington
Project seeks to recognize historical families
Volunteers rallying for support of Springfield Schools levy
'Buy local' campaign set for Sylvania
Walbridge: Caped canine crusader teaches safety to kids
Oregon: Wynn Elementary gets new principal
Oregon: School board OKs plan to build new Coy
Millbury: Levy supporters meet for strategy session
Long-lived Ford Model T has stayed close to home
Grant targets reading skills at Oregon schools
Pemberville council nixes 'purrposal' to register cats
Renovations keep contractors busy at Summerfield schools
South County Pumping Station nears completion
Erie Township adult club's owner seeks revised zoning rule
Bedford gets good marks from grads
Children soak up lessons during safety programs
Retiring principal hails changes in education
7 vie for post in economic development
Emergency crews thanked with Luther Crest luncheon
Ladies of the GAR help preserve history
Volunteers produce pillows for use by Hospice patients
People
Senior activities
WOODVILLE OPENS A FESTIVE WEEKEND FOR THE 4TH
Twins' day-camp work a labor of love
Anthony Wayne Youth Foundation hopes to raise funds for area athletic programs and facilities
Ladies of the GAR maintain tradition of service to nation
What's on
Scholarships
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