The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, Sept. 12, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 256
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REDS ENTER NEW ERA
The new ownership group, led by businessman Carl Lindner, will face some challenges.
REDS 12, MARLINS 4
Cincinnati continued its double binge of winning and homering Saturday night but didn't gain ground in the division or wild-card race.
Mets 6, Dodgers 2Astros 5, Cubs 3
Pick one: Reds or Bengals? Paul Daugherty column
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RHODES AT 90
Perhaps the most remarkable thing about James A. Rhodes, the four-term Ohio governor, is that it is so hard to find political foes to poke holes in his legend.
Building confidence
Habitat for Humanity volunteers have built 142 area homes in the past 13 years.
Patrols watch I-275
Speeders and tailgaters may want to change their habits.
Drivers' despute ends in crash
Special
weekend FALL ARTS PREVIEW
Check our big, big list of fall concerts, art exhibits, movies, and more.
Sports
Bengals: high stakes, low hopes
Opener will color season
Pickens set to go back to work
Ohio State 42, UCLA 20
Troy State 31, UC 24
West Virginia 43, Miami 27
Kentucky 45, Connecticut 14
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Reproductive center helps little blessings grow
Lawmakers snub urban schools
Concert bands play on
Coney Island takes Celtic turn
Skyline serves up local tunes
Survivor: Get prostate exam
Riverfest photo gallery

- Today's Local Page

Business
You can bank on it
Franchiser turns to stocks
Market attracts 'little' investor
Miami shapes entrepreneurs
Small firms look into drug tests

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER
PRIZE
WINNER

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East Timor
Waco
U.S. Open
Election 2000

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Bronson - Editorial page
Waco's ashes still smolder
Crowley - Ky. Politics
Fiscal Court must choose jail site
Daugherty - Sports
Pick one: Reds or Bengals?
Demaline - Arts
Fitton becoming model center for community arts
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Small firms look into drug tests
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Allen to move quietly on settlement
Kaufman - Benchmarks
Appeal targets 3-strike law
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Handicapped parking is difficult to qualify for
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Emmys will be mob scene
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Clooney sings at NY cabaret
Pulfer - Metro
Working to keep the good name of Sabin
Samples - Kentucky
Sculptor chisels legacy in limestone
Sullivan - Sports
Bench's second chance
Wilkinson - Politics
GOP plays hardball and strikes out
Bottorff - Video Games
Campbell - Dining out
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Radel - Metro
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Vonderhaar - Wheels

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