The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, July 18, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 199
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GRIM SEARCH GOES ON
America joined the Kennedy family in a somber vigil as searchers scanned the sea and beaches near Martha's Vineyard for JFK Jr. and his wife.
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Complete, continuing coverage from Associated Press
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armstrong MANKIND'S GIANT LEAP
Thirty years ago after men first walked on the moon, The Enquirer's special coverage includes a profile of Neil Armstrong, a story of the historic moment and a look at what's ahead.
Neil Armstrong, The Reluctant Hero
Lebanon's code of silence shields Armstrong
REDS 3, ROCKIES 2
Jeffrey Hammonds' leadoff home run in the bottom of the ninth gave the Reds a victory before 26,605 at Cinergy Field. The Reds remain one game out of first place.
As long as Vaughn bops, Reds are happy
Scouting Report: Tigers at Reds
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bushBush steamroller hits town Thursday
GOP front-runner may take in $1 million.
Grandparents parents again
Increasing number are raising a second family.
Sports
British Open updates
Readers sound off on Pickens, Brown
Inner-city baseball rallies
UK's basketball schedule
Logan struggling to score
Topalo, Yeager decide Met
Molony, Frisch in women's final
Metro softball begins this week

- Today's Sports Page

Local
JFK Jr. left impression here
Bank goof sends man on spree
Local trio opens Coors Fest
Fernald workers have hope
800 to become citizens
Town backs fired coach
CAC is contemporary 60
Lifeguards on alert
Girls in soccer frenzy
GET TO IT

- Today's Local Page

Business
5/3 marches across Tristate
Browns buck stadium trend
Bengals' solution: New technology
Sports bras breaking out
Migrators know 'livable' cities
Do homework before franchise buying

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
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Election 2000

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SPECIAL SECTIONS:

Newport Aquarium
Flying Pig Marathon
Tornado of '99
Cox Report
Technology Today
Newspapers in Education
Internship opportunities
'Your Future Now'

Classifieds
columns
Bottorff - Video Games
'Ape Escape' unoriginal but challenging
Bronson - Editorial page
Time out ... Ahhhhh ... Time in
Campbell - Dining out
Country flair at Central House
Crowley - Ky. politics
Maybe Ohio has Ky. envy
Daugherty - Sports
Bengals better without Pickens
Demaline - The Arts
What will theater scene be in 5 years?
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Style cycle good for business
Fay - Sports on TV-Radio
Popovich marks 20 years at Ch. 9
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Number crunching reduces dropouts
Kaufman - Benchmarks
Traffic ticket leads to mess of a case
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Smallest words can change perceptions
Kiesewetter - TV
BET channels minority talent
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Area folks prove worth watching
Martin - Food
Sad ending for chef school
McGurk - Movies
'Eyes Wide Shut' a sad sight
Pulfer - Metro
Can city keep good name if we lose Sabin?
Radel - Metro
Ramsey - Metro
Samples - Kentucky
Dinner's 'chaos' is a family tradition
Sullivan - Sports
Vonderhaar - Wheels
Wilkinson - Politics
Kasich campaign was no failure

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