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College students finance their futures
When Jenny McCoy earns her bachelor’s degree, she’ll have a diploma and up to $95,000 in student-loan debt.

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GOP vows quick action on algae
COLUMBUS — As the House hits the road today to gather more information, Senate Republicans on Wednesday said they will waste no time passing a bill dealing with Lake Erie’s algae bloom problem.

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Animals seized; judge orders them back
STONY RIDGE, Ohio — Hours after state officials swooped in to remove exotic animals from a Wood County farm, then tranquilized them for a several-hour drive, a judge ruled they must be returned to the same spot.

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ODOT to sell Lima lots at auction after project
LIMA, Ohio — Land in Lima left over from recent Ohio Department of Transportation projects will be auctioned at 6 p.m. today in Lima.

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Man indicted for May chase in stolen vehicle
Some eight months after allegedly leading police on a chase in a stolen vehicle, a Toledo man was indicted Wednesday for failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer and receiving stolen property.

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Motorist, 37, indicted in New Year’s incident
A man who allegedly told police he was a law enforcement officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation was indicted Wednesday on multiple charges.

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Man, 2 friends indicted in beating of aunt, 37
A Toledo man, and two friends, who allegedly beat his aunt were indicted Wednesday by a Lucas County grand jury.

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B.G. mayor files to run for second 4-year term
BOWLING GREEN — Bowling Green Mayor Richard Edwards filed petitions Wednesday to run for re-election.

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Tiffin considers former school for joint justice center
TIFFIN — Converting a former junior high school in downtown Tiffin into a courthouse for both the city and Seneca County would preserve urban green space and a historic building, according to a study presented Wednesday night to Tiffin City Council.

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Ward is promoted to warehouse supervisor
The Lucas County Board of Elections voted 4-0 Wednesday to promote longtime employee Matthew Ward to the vacant position of warehouse supervisor.




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