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Available stories for Thursday, July 10, 2008

Iraq War veteran barricades herself in Ottawa County home
Creamer shoots 60 to take early lead at Farr Classic
Creamer makes Farr history
Apple's new iPhone goes on sale in Japan to cheering crowd lined up outside downtown Tokyo store
McCain holds campaign event in Detroit area factory
McCain says states should control their own water
Port chairman to review allegations against Hartung
Senate OKs promotions of Iraq generals
Feds charge Alaska state senator on two counts
Bush signs bill on government wiretapping
Ohio State football lottery outrages alumni
Rove ignores subpoena, refuses to testify
AFL-CIO mobilizing veterans to oppose McCain
Vehicle strikes, kills child, 8, at Nebraska
Victory at Farr could get Pak back on track in 2008
Lindley gets victory at Corning in her 295th tournament start
Changing plans part of game for Inge as Hens top Scanton
Cycling, WNBA, local golf, baseball, tennis
And they're 'long gone': Harwell's HR description fits Tiger Stadium's walls
Tigers' Polanco becomes citizen before game
Study shows Ohio car thieves target 1994 models
Nielsen rankings: Auto racing is No. 1 on cable TV
Toledo's population dips to an estimated 295,029
West Toledo dad accused of trying to kill girl, 3
Creamer only cream of Farr crop
Picnic set for residents of burned South Toledo apartments
Rockets' Church included on watch list for Thorpe
Special events: Dancers to perform at 'Stars'
Hazmat cleanup blocks East Toledo intersection
Man dies in Erie County motorcycle crash
Ohio, Michigan remain in top 10 in U.S. foreclosure activity
American Axle to shed up to 350 salaried staff
High gas prices fuel move to class online
2 say they saw Thompson at North Toledo house
Great Lakes pact is signed by Michigan, last of 8 states
New coach, UM agree to pay $4M; Rodriguez broke West Virginia pact
Echoes of Poland dancers to entertain at annual Lagrange Street event
INNER CITY ENTERTAINERS
Restaurant review: Gourmet Garden ****
Wildwood, TBG host 2 outdoor music series
One-time child star returns to the gospel spotlight
Harp player Jason Ricci doesn't worry about the purists as he treads his musical path
Animals rule in pair of family-oriented productions
Ritz is 'Stepping Out' for midsummer show
CELTIC SOUNDS
Angelwood Gallery celebrating 15th year
Rare butterfly reintroduced to Monroe County game area
Toledo area in-ground pool sales soar
Northwest to cut 2,500 jobs, add bag, ticket-redemption fees
Cabrera HR puts charge in Tigers
Hessman back in Triple-A All-Star home run derby
UM running back pleads not guilty to drunken-driving charge
Stewart leaving Gibbs Racing to buy own team
Still 'King Richard' after 50 years
Sylvania Township man who shook his baby released after 2 months
Blade s Seneca County suit OK d for oral arguments
2 indicted in Whirlpool bomb threat in Findlay
Mitchaw Rd. to be closed 21 days in Sylvania Township
Today's log
Wood County company, German firm merge
GM releases name of Lordstown small car
Steve & Barry s chain files for bankruptcy
GM, Ford will be fine, Dana chairman says
GOP picks nominee for Seneca County commission
Toledo Banner store donated to Cherry Street ministries
Toledo makes run to be nation's rosiest
Arson cited in blaze at Monroe grocery
Jasin Funeral Home owner gets trial date
Officer talks man down from bridge in Monroe
Wood County jail scores perfectly on inspection
Debris blocks parking lot on east side
Northwest State gets Bryan site for classes
Swanton library mulls requesting 1st property tax
Guard accused of cocaine stash at South Toledo home is fired
Bowling Green firefighter promoted to captain
Alumni set goal for Scott
Lucas County Juvenile Court is sued over firing
Toledo man accused of beating ex-girlfriend
UT, Owens to link honors programs
Scott High is more than just a building
Lesson of Hunters Ridge
Broad-minded at the end
New Orleans grows to half of pre-Katrina levels
Michigan hears from Michelle Obama
Jackson apologizes to Obama
Obama: No more family interviews
McCain talks up nuclear energy in Ohio
Mega Millions climbs to $75M
Wauseon High School principal once was St. Francis football coach
Upcoming Neighbors meetings
Ohio rock fans embrace South Africa s Seether
James Otto and career finally humming
Support groups
What's on: Areawide
Volunteers
School reunions
Military reunions
FISHING FOR GOOD BOOK IN OREGON
THE INS AND OUTS OF A FACELIFT FOR DORSCH
Michigan 4-H celebrates 100 years of youth
Luna Pier officials propose master plan overhaul to increase tourism
Bedford's 'dollar homes' plan rescues 2 foreclosed properties
LOTS FOR TOTS TO DO AT THE TOT LOT IN MONROE
Senior activities: Michigan
People
IN FULTON COUNTY, KENNEL CLUB SALUTES CANINES
HARROUN IN BLOOM WITH HELP FROM THE 'GREEN TEAM'
Chicken Festival gives Delta something to crow about
Ottawa River site considered for wetlands restoration
Senior activities: West
The Weekly Record: West
Anthony Wayne bus driver named best in region
Perrysburg schools' food graded 'A'
Landmark ice cream parlor in Maumee is under new management
Perrysburg to celebrate past, future of Commodore school property
Rossford grandma trains for triathlon
Plan lets schools tackle building projects in phases
Zalar says he's ready for top job at Oregon schools
Elmore gardens grow on thousands of visitors a year
Holland portrait artist rewarded with a show of her own
Olander to survey Sylvania community about use
Versatile Perrysburg veteran moving on after 13 years
Cutbacks prepared in event 2 Anthony Wayne levies fail
New Anthony Wayne basketball coach plans to build on hard work, basics
Amateur notes: 3 area youth teams finish near top in Ohio baseball tournament
3 generations of O'Connells compile Toledo tennis legacy
Sylvania panel to dive in to issue of idle pool
Double duties are way of life in Swanton for mother of the year
Carp Festival makes a splash in Archbold
Sylvania's Main Street closes for golf festival
Grant to aid accessibility to Monroe County parks for the disabled
PLAYING AND EATING ON THE 4TH