Friday, March 7, 1997-- Volume 2, No. 66
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Rivers retreat; cleanup begins
east end
Paula Spaeth watches floodwater lap at her front door on Strader Avenue in the East End. (Kevin J. Miyazaki photo) | ZOOM |

Ohio River should be normal by Monday


Falmouth residents feel horror, pain

Mother, daughter died together
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Xavier bounced; UC breezes
| TEMPLE 69, XAVIER 62 | UC 71, SAINT LOUIS 43 |

Sports
The Reds are talking about making Pokey Reese an outfielder, or at least sharpening his skills there so that he may fit onto their Opening Day roster.
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Local
After serving 27 months of his 10-year prison sentence on drug-related charges, former health commissioner Stanley Broadnax becomes a free man today.
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| LOCAL |
Business
Baldwin Piano & Organ Co. is getting tough with a dissident shareholder group that is seeking to press it into a merger and nominate a new slate of directors.
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| BUSINESS |

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