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180th participating in SW Ohio exercise
DAYTON — Fighter jets from a northwest Ohio Air National Guard unit plans to hold exercise flights today in southern Ohio.

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Astros All-Star Keuchel stops Indians 9-4
CLEVELAND — Dallas Keuchel, chosen for the American League All-Star team earlier Monday, allowed three runs in six innings in helping the Houston Astros defeat the Cleveland Indians 9-4.

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Moya hits 2 homers, Mud Hens score in the 9th to edge Clippers
COLUMBUS — Trayvon Robinson’s single to right field in the top of the ninth inning scored pinch-runner Alexi Casilla and lifted the Mud Hens to a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Clippers on Monday.

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UT grad chooses business over basketball
Justin Drummond owned two credible resumes from his time at the University of Toledo.

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Rising tide in paddle sports prompts local event
When you slap the tag “palooza” on something, a certain set of lofty expectations come along for the ride.

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Toledo Area Humane society begins moving
After seven years of discussions, planning, and fund-raising, the Toledo Area Humane Society is finally moving into a new home.

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Libbey reveals new stemware line
Decades removed from its reign as a king of American cut glass, Libbey Inc. is preparing to return to the high-end marketplace with a newly developed manufacturing process that company officials say will deliver the best quality glass made in the United States.

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Minority business center relocated
The state-funded Minority Business Assistance Center, which has been housed at the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce for the last 10 years, is getting a new home.

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Columbia Gas rates drop slightly
Columbia Gas of Ohio Inc. said Monday its residential rate for natural gas for July will be 40 cents per hundred cubic feet, down 1 cent from the June rate.

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Perrysburg Twp. offices need repairs
The repair list for the Perrysburg Township administrative building, which is more than 50 years old, is growing quickly, and township employees say it’s time to get the work done.




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