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*Erie MetroParks working to revive American Elm
*Making waves for a good cause
*Medical help confines girl, family finances
*Sex offenders being notified of law changes
*Apex workers have last reunion
*Library patron booked for theft
*Oakland chapel doors get a makeover
*First step toward alternative energy
*Woman hit, killed by teen driver after chase
*Another shot at levy for Margaretta Twp.
*Three children removed from burning house
*Man punches woman in nose
*Dwindling funds threaten drug task forces
*Camps for children of deployed soldiers flourishing
*Libraries plug into the world
*What should be done about Sandusky's vacant downtown buildings?
*East Bay: Sandusky's buried treasure
*Deadly cycle of overuse, neglect
*Baker, Casilla help Twins blank Indians
*Peek ready to play
*Siesel runs on global stage
*Bentley watches practice, says knee '70 percent'
*Pedregon, Harris win pro races at Night Under Fire
*Steelers top Saints
*Tiger wins third Bridgestone invite
*Busch gets win at Pocono
*Record begins to sink in for Bonds
*Glavine beats Cubs to notch 300th career win
*Beckham misses MLS debut
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