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Available stories for Friday, November 24, 2006

Tonight's high school basketball scores
UPDATED I-275 ramp reopened after fatal crash
Gunman at Miami Herald building surrenders
Coker fired as Miami football coach
Boil advisory sends Perrysburg residents on water run
Paroled terrorist s bomb threat brings quick end to debate on Northern Ireland deadlock
Police: Gunman, hostage die in 23-hour standoff at Chicago apartment building
Ex-Russian spy poisoned by radiation
Storm Doors Offer Energy Savings For Homeowners
Sportsmen s groups helping feed hungry
Shared meal offers solace to homeless of Toledo
Fire chief to retire in Bowling Green
Holiday schedule
Electronics gifts expected to give the season a spark
School for the Arts among nation s top 8 for minority students
Art transport in question
Sylvania asks for input on Main Street bridge work
HoneyBaked Foods opens store because of meat recall
Library seeking holiday photos for its collection
Today's log
Flower shop co-owner was kindhearted
Auto dealer sold Chevys, Pontiacs for 30-plus years
Chamber of Commerce chief for Van Wert leaving
Auditor offers chance to appeal property value
Woman s death near zoo still under investigation
Magical office settings promote worker creativity at design firm
Biker's holiday: Author shares his passion for Ohio s heritage, countryside
Grocery-store improv
Oak Harbor key: avoid turnovers
Liberty-Benton to battle perennial power St. Henry
CITY LEAGUE: Defending champion Waite has bull s-eye on back
NLL: Anthony Wayne, Perrysburg to compete for title
SLL: Sharpshooting Eagles aiming high again; Genoa, Woodmore too
TAAC: Ottawa Hills has experience edge in wide-open league
NWOAL: Swanton favored; Wauseon, Archbold also to contend
Fun and games in Delta
Crafters needed for Christmas Celebration in Petersburg
County retardation-disabilities board losing senior member
The 2006 Turkey of the Year is one tough old bird
BWC is slow to pay, unless you're Noe
Change is calling
A giant of economics
Unseemly rush for a legacy
Walleye biting on central, western Lake Erie
Bringing attention to the plight of the homeless
Springfield Local teachers 'toasted' for innovative work
Proposal to close fire station draws flak
'Peaceable kingdom' is reflected
Navajo brothers teach culture through dance
13 candidates apply for administrator's job in Delta
2 fire taxes likely to be on ballot in May
Delta police chief hopes to get cameras
Teacher wins regional award for technical instruction
Program at Maumee Valley provides students with real-world experience
Old salt ready to retire, dock at home port
What's On:
3-year sewer rate hike of 45% is considered
Kids learn traditions of Native Americans
Way Library ranked fourth best among similar-sized U.S. cities
Bowling Green loves its parade
Convention in the sky
Wreaths for Thanksgiving
It's all about books: family reading night at Jackman Road Elementary School
Springfield teachers toasted
Open house for the holidays
A marine's dream comes true
Weekly Record
Senior activities
What's On
The Weekly Record
Water park will join other local attractions
What's On: Michigan
Rockhounds share their passion
Dundee likely to add Meijer to list of stores
Milan weighs options on water plant funding
2 study air quality in winterim project
Metamora mulls raises for officials
Council mulls rezoning for stores, homes
Outstanding award goes to Central art teacher
Sylvania schools' art teacher named 'outstanding' in area
Sylvania Schools appoint human resources director
Plan to close Sylvania Township fire station draws flak
Helping for all is student effort at Northwood
Officials seek to gain funding as levies lose
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