The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, Jan. 7, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 7
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SENATE OPENS IMPEACHMENT TRIAL
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On an historic day at the Capitol, Chief Justice William Rehnquist swore in 100 senators as jurors, and Majority Leader Trent Lott announced a Republican plan to call witnesses. Click here for the latest updates from Associated Press.
DEMOCRATS URGE FIRST LADY TO RUN FOR SENATE
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MORE SNOW, ICE TONIGHT
A third winter storm in less than a week could drop 2-4 inches of snow - mixed with sleet and freezing rain - late tonight.
Cincinnati.com Traffic Page
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car in snow
This little piggy went to...
markets See how the markets respond to Wednesday's record highs.

nbaHurry up and play
There's a lot to do before the season can begin.
Sports
Bengals would pass on Couch
bengals UK quarterback reminds them of David Klinger.

UC shows DePaul who's boss
Bearcats logo Bearcats take young Blue Demons to school.

xavier logoXavier rolling again
Lenny Brown leads Muskies to 5th straight win.

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Library funds lacking
An Enquirer analysis reveals that the fastest growing Ohio counties get the least state money per person for libraries.

Plea deal angers family
A man accused of speeding past another vehicle in a no-passing zone and striking a 12-year-old boy won't have to go to jail.

Rape charges finally dropped
Former Harrison police chief won't stand trial a third time.

Beyond the bunny hill
Ski instructors at Perfect North Slopes lead beginners on brave new adventures.

Photographs of 1998
Click through 60 images by Enquirer photographers.

- Today's Local Page

Business
Milacron online, on the road
Milacron Inc. is going surfin' and truckin' with two ambitious new ventures to expand sales.

Hudepohl brands being sold
The Queen City's oldest and largest surviving brewer is selling its beer division.

Postal boost to bring deluge
Expect a tsunami of catalogs, advertisements and buy-now offers between now and Monday.

Sign up for financial seminar
Register online for The Enquirer's Financial Independence Day.

- Today's Business Page

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