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Available stories for Friday, October 5, 2001

Survey identifies 5 sites for relocating Lucas County fair
NW Ohio Guard units ready
Ohio state budget shortfall could be $600 million
Dressing simply covers bio germs' threat
Democrats vow suit on districts
Sandusky recorder to retire
Lucas County seeks applicants for service on volunteer boards
Toledo council panel gets police shopping list for its block grant
DeWine bill lets FBI share criminal information
Study reveals Erie shoreline lacks identity
7 Sylvania elementary students sent home because of rash, fever
Tips still sought on 2 suspects in shooting death
Man guilty of murder for revenge
Lima girl hit by bus in critical condition
Toledo Symphony, firefighters join for fund-raiser concert
Celebrating the tunes and times of Nat King Cole
Twin formation: Aldrich brothers put on a great show in McComb
Storm exhibition free; but gift to charity expected
Blade football poll - Week 6
Stats leaders - through Week 6
BG athletes proud of MAC academic honor
Who knew those were the Lions' good old days?
Training Day: Energizing the cop drama
Serendipity: Charm and warmth fill romantic comedy
Underage driver blamed for crash, power outage
Coroner probes cause of Fostoria driver's death
Port Clinton sisters guilty in Danbury Twp. assault
Appeals court orders trial for wrongful death suit
Grand jury indicts city man in bomb threats at mall
Arizona congressman to speak at Wyndham
Toledoan hospitalized with gunshot wound
Police charge motorist with marijuana cultivation
Suspect in local shooting makes court appearance
Ford, Kest take development stands
Holmes at home as UT's tight end
Swayne Field was full of history
Bulldogs learn new tricks
Blade's Pollick earns top honor
Help with heating bills available
Light-spangled banner
Shoppers are sold on good cause
O-I's asbestos liability still under control, CFO says
Chrysler exec: Firms must buy from minority-owned suppliers
Pupil aces assignment of reading to governor
Liberte worker pleads guilty to mail fraud
Panel preps to police mayoral race
Rising stars earn kudos, adulation
Patients and privacy
Time to act
Cleared for takeoff again
Bin Laden should surrender to the U.S.
Road Warrior: Area construction projects
Findlay victory good tonic for Simrell
Tony winner Mandy Patinkin comes to town Tuesday
Columbus Day to shut many offices Monday
Arts grants inspire creative programming
Civil War encampment brings the past to life at Hayes center
Ex-teacher cherished the arts
Former teacher was an avid sailor
Erase the Hate effort celebrates diversity
Ohio argues $7.1M ruling for drunk drivers is wrong