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Available stories for Thursday, December 21, 2006

Suspect arrested in Oregon hit-and-run accident that injured Clay High teen
Hoffman Road to close at landfill entrance tomorrow
Debris from house explosion, fire searched for possible victim
Miss Nevada USA fired over racy pictures of her on the Internet
Delta in tug-of-war over fiscal authority
Hancock County man indicted for shooting police dog
A Christmas Light Display for the Ages
Bill excludes some jobs from pay hike
Merry Christmas out of hiding, back in fashion
Jury finishes day of deliberations in caged kids trial
Studies find bacteria play a role in obesity
Holiday snow won t fly as forecast is dry
Restaurant Review: Bobby's Kitchen***
Game helps Genoa students learn about life on the farm
Clay students conquer Civil War
Horse lover gains ally in bid to save lives
Accident victim thanks his young rescuers
Penta students keep busy with holiday feasts
EVERGREEN STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO HOLIDAY CHEER FOR OTHERS
Student of the Week: Vivek Ratnam
IT'S NORTHVIEW VS. SOUTHVIEW
Student of the Week: Andrew Wettle
Student of the Week: Daniel Cox
Guess what mom and dad will find under the tree from Holland students?
Not scary, just merry; a good time with rhyme
YOUNG VOICES RESOUND AT SENIOR CENTER
WHITE CHRISTMAS TIME AT THE WOLCOTT HOUSE
Olander officials consider opening park system to dogs
Student of the Week: Daniel Mizell
Monroe High students, Lions Club busy spreading holiday cheer, gifts
'Bedford Effect' spreads love to youngster
Slain tot mourned in court
3 Ohio areas sharing $51M in grants to prepare sites
COMMUNITY EFFORT
CENTRAL STUDENTS OBSERVE TRADITION
Glass City Skyway reaches across river
Rhyme with reason: 06 DVD duds
Retirees ask judge to retain health plan
SIDELINES: Major change made in Ohio to determine wrestler s weight class
College football, prep basketball, wrestling
Annual holiday events in their last days
Perrysburg club lists winter classes
Waite Surges: 19-0 spurt in second humbles Central
Falcons down Mavs in Cancun
SIDELINES: Male spotlight athlete
SIDELINES: Female spotlight athlete
SIDELINES: Libbey s Bates shows sons Dad still knows his game
SIDELINES: New program aimed at regulating weight loss
It's Tressel's turn to crush the SEC hex
Holiday season overflowing with fun parties
Mad Dog brings songs, laughs to Toledo
After Toledo show, Hawthorne Heights hopes to take time making 3rd album
Sky Financial Group Inc. gets swallowed up by Huntington
Safety plan for LMHA could turn to residents
Holiday cheer not in plan for Storm, Cyclone game
SIDELINES: Dybala helps AW become a winner
Owens rebounds from lots of early adversity
Contract boosts pay for police in Lake Twp.
Zoo gorilla facing oral surgery
Court action over Bass Pro real estate sale is dropped
Toledo man is indicted in 3 robberies
B.G. police seek gunman in store heist
FirstEnergy gets warning over falsified Pa. records
Sauder retiree named to spot on MRDD board
U.S. agency honors airports director
Man killed in car-SUV collision on North Curtice
Oregon woman hit by car still in critical condition
Revved-up D.A.R.E. comes back to Fostoria
Northwood reassured on Wales Road project
Today's Log
Preston named to spot on Lima-based court
Bond set for man facing charges in Web sex sting
Ex-Ada administrator is interim superintendent
New fire chief hired by Providence Twp.
Jogging/biking path open in International Park
Health Care REIT completes acquisition
4 area firms fail to pay workers comp premiums
Stock Market Game
Year-end tasks provide fresh start on 2007
Jobless benefits to rise in Ohio
Delayed report says Tecumseh losses widened
Wall St., workers cheer new Cooper Tire CEO
Coach served TPS in a variety of jobs
UF professor early expert in computing
One person's DNA is another person's 'dad'
Can Obama be candid when it counts?
Yard signs are perfectly patriotic
Cash and carry in Texas
The pandemic to come
Finally, E-Z does it
Ex-BWC official's sentencing delayed
Noe conviction tops Ohio news in 2006
First Light festivities in Sylvania
Movies
Hayes Center offers horse-drawn tours
Athanas to showcase new CD at release concert in Maumee
The Ragbirds
Mrs. Bob Cratchit puts refreshing twist on tradition
EASTWOOD WELCOMES SENIORS FOR HOLIDAY MEAL
Scholarships
What's on: Areawide
TOMORROW'S WINTER, BUT SPRING IS IN THE AIR
The Weekly Record
What's on: Fulton County
Zoning change gives green light to Sylvania Township housing development
Rezoning asked for Sylvania Township residential housing
Olander parks to decide dog policies
What's on
Volunteers
School reunions
Military reunions
Support groups
Rezoning for Oregon business is proposed
Officials hope to cry 'Play ball' on their own field by spring
Elmore mulls setting up up administrator post
Clay students pass Civil War test
109 from BGSU Students return to aid victims of Katrina
Bedford school buses yellow with age
Evergreen plans new all-weather track, improved stadium seating
Evergreen raises treasurer's pay
Penta culinary students provide holiday goodies
Monroe kids have their letters answered
Corn festival discounted bill for police protection challenged
Springfield sale gift picks may slither, not glitter under tree
BGSU students make return trip to help hurricane victims
New plant will give schools $25,000
Swanton will increase its fees for fire and rescue services
Sylvania Yule tree pickup to be Jan. 2-12
Students charge ahead with knowledge about the Civil War
SOUNDING OUT THE SOUNDS OF THE SEASON
Senior activities