Tuesday, November 26, 1996 -- Volume 1, No. 26
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Crosstown shootout!
Bearcats, Muskies
hook 'em up

Crosstown Shootout
TONITE!
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Tobacco road
paved with gold

Finally, some good news for Kentucky's tobacco growers

Burley tobacco markets opened across the eight-state burley belt Monday - which includes Kentucky and Ohio - with some of the highest per-pound prices in years.

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Scouts Goodbye,
Troop 25

Disabled Scouts left
without a leader

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Sports
Mike Tomczak threw for 252 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown to Ernie Mills with 2:10 remaining, and the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied from an 11-point second-quarter deficit to beat the Miami Dolphins 24-17 Monday night.
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Local
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Edward Kasputis, a Cleveland-area Republican, said Monday he will sponsor legislation to prohibit cities from arresting people for popping coins into expired parking meters.
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Business
After more than a month of speculation, Gannett Co. Inc. Monday confirmed that it is selling essentially all of talk-show syndicator Multimedia Entertainment to MCA Inc.'s television group. Analysts think MCA will pay between $50 million and $60 million.
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