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  • Start defensive back Teondre Patterson breaks up a pass intended for Waite receiver Anthony Huff.

    IN PICTURES: Start 30, Waite 6

    Start ran wild in the rain against Waite to prevail 30-6 in a City League matchup on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Legend Tucker led the Spartans by rushing for 134 yards on eight carries, including touchdown runs of 50 and 45 yards.

  • Elton John performs at the piano at the Huntington Center in Toledo.

    Elton John performs at the Huntington Center

    Elton John made an appearance playing nearly 20 songs at the Huntington Center in Toledo on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016.

  • Animal Intake Coordinator Shelly Morrison, left, Behavior Nourishment Coordinator Aja Lebarr and Animal Care employee Katie Roberts process Havanese dogs at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee on Tuesday. After some had been kept in a U-Haul van for a few hours, more than 30 dogs are getting a new start at the Toledo Area Humane Society.  The Maumee-based humane law-enforcement organization on Tuesday removed 34 Havanese dogs owned by Mike Keyser and Kimberly Martin of the 2800 block of Wanamaker Drive in West Toledo. Mr. Keyser signed a surrender form giving all of the dogs to the humane society.

    34 Havanese dogs get care at shelter

  • Bowling Green's Lexi Kisor hits the ball against Northview's Natalie Olrich (9) and Aly O'Lenic (3) during the match.

    IN PICTURES: Bowling Green volleyball sweeps Northview

    Bowling Green’s “red-out” night held Tuesday, September 27, 2016, resulted in a 25-16, 25-21, 25-11 victory for the Bobcats over Northview.

  • Bill Clinton speaking to the crowd at Waite High School on National Voter Registration Day.

    Bill Clinton campaigns in Toledo

    Former president Bill Clinton, the husband of Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, visited Waite High School in Toledo to campaign Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016.

  • Patrolman Thomas Van Camp eyes the wreckage at the scene on Sunday October 1, 1972 after a Curtiss C-46 Commando WWII surplus transport plane made an emergency landing in field of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keil's farm at Reynolds Rd. and Hill Ave. Due to damage, legal entanglements, and simple confoundment, the plane would not be totally removed until November 1, 1974. Pilot and co-pilot, James Kuglar, 48, of Newark, Del. and Peter Hernandez, 23, of Miami were each uninjured. For a variety of reasons ranging from the damage to the plane, to the muddy field, to eventual legal entanglements, the plane was not totally removed from that field for more than two years. Plans to dismantle or repair the aircraft in order to remove it soon turned into legal hold-ups, including three federal lawsuits.

    Pictures of the Week: Sept. 19-25, 2016

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, September 9 to Sunday, September 25, 2016.

  • Arnold Palmer at the 1957 U.S. Open at Inverness Country Club in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Arnold Palmer dies at age 87

    Arnold Palmer, one of golf's greatest players, died on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh. He was 87.

  • America Ferrera talks to the crowd in the community room.

    America Ferrera campaigns for Hillary Clinton

    Actress America Ferrera visited the Aurora Gonzalez Community Center in South Toledo on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, as part of an organizing effort on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

  • Claydia Sutherland, 12, an Ojibway-Cree from Toledo, dances in the circle in during the pow-wow.

    Woodland Indian Celebration

    The 14th annual Woodland Indian Celebration, sponsored by the Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation, concluded on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Perrysburg. Native Americans from throughout the region join to share some of their culture, history, and music in Buttonwood Park along the Maumee River.

  • Kaden Curtis, 11, of Swanton, looks at a poster of a family friend  who passed away to cancer during the annual Susan G. Komen Foundation Race for the Cure in downtown Toledo. Curtis, who is wearing a special costume, attended the event in honor of his aunt Carah Faber who is still cancer free after 11 years.

    2016 Race for the Cure in downtown Toledo

    Thousands turned out Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, for the annual Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio Race for the Cure in downtown Toledo.

  • Kywon Holcomb walks out of the Mansfield Correctional Institution after having served seven years for aggravated burglary, kidnapping, assault, and theft on Sept. 15, 2015.

    Tracing a second chance

    Life after incarceration poses a series of suddenly urgent questions. Toledoan Kywon Holcomb has faced those issues. ‘I still got hope, but it seems like the water was at my waist. Now it’s at my neck,’ he says.

  • Artist Sergio de Giusti, left, speaks as his sculpture is unveiled by Maria Luisa Lapresa, Consul of Italy in Detroit, center, and Kyle Griffith, assistant superintendent of Lenawee Intermediate School district.

    Wreck on the Wabash ceremony

    They remain unknowns, but the scores of Italian immigrants believed to died in a fiery train collision near Adrian, Mich., 115 years ago now have a monument to mark their grave site in a local cemetery. A memorial ceremony was held on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, at Oakwood Cemetery that the crash victims could finally be properly honored.

  • Heidi McGaha of Oregon, left, and Connie Dunn of Toledo survey the items available for sale in the silent auction during the Bash 7 fund-raiser at Imagination Station.

    On The Town: Science astounds crowd at the Bash7

    Recent events included The Bash7 fund-raiser at the Imagination Station; Toledo Botanical Garden’s Toledo GROWs Harvest Market Dinner; Harvesting Hope, a farm-to-table outdoor dinner at the Sylvania Historical Village; St. Paul's Community Center’s 6th annual Fall Soiree: A Bridge to Permanent Housing at the Pinnacle.

  • Members of the Knights of the Black Rose jousting troop enter the jousting arena for the first show of the day during the Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly Michigan.

    Michigan Renaissance Festival

    The Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, Mich., which has been drawing crowds every weekend since Aug. 20 ends for the year on Oct. 2. Photos were taken on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2016.

  • Cast members from 'The West Wing,' from left, Joshua Malina, Bradley Whitford, Mary McCormack, Richard Schiff, Allison Janney, and  DulŽ Hill greet the crowd.

    'The West Wing' visits Toledo

    Cast members from the television show 'The West Wing' campaigned for Hillary Clinton at the Clinton campaign office on North Reynolds Road in Toledo on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.

  • Archer Andrews, 7, volunteers to pick apples.

    Apples for Everyone in Swanton

    Johnston Fruit Farms in Swanton, Ohio, held its Apples for Everyone event on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.

  • Waterville resident Mason Stroshine, 4, shields his ears from the fire truck sirens.

    Roche de Boeuf Festival in Waterville

    The Roche de Boeuf Festival and parade was held on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Waterville, Ohio.

  • Michigan tight end Jake Butt stiff arms Penn State Jake Copper in the first half.

    IN PICTURES: Michigan 49, Penn State 10

    Michigan defeated Penn State 49-10 on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Ann Arbor to set up a showdown next Saturday against 4-0 Wisconsin. The UM defense limited the Nittany Lions to 199 total yards. Michigan had six sacks and 13 tackles for loss.

  • Eastwood running back Ian Downard runs the ball.

    IN PICTURES: Eastwood 28, Otsego 3

    Eastwood employed a workmanlike effort to easily dispatch Otsego 28-3 on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, in Pemberville. Eastwood running backs Ian Downard and Cade Boos each scored two rushing touchdowns as the Eagles rolled up 275 rushing yards.

  • Tycen Anderson of St. John's breaks an attempted tackle by St. Francis' Justyn Allen for a touchdown.

    IN PICTURES: St. John’s 44, St. Francis 14

    St. John's Jesuit eased past rival St. Francis de Sales 44-14 on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, at Lyden Field. Tyler Turner ran for 222 yards and three touchdowns for the Titans, who scored 41 straight points after the Knights scored first.


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