The Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday, Sept. 24, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 268
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NKU
Norse attitude: 'We want to win'
In athletics, Northern Kentucky University is no longer The Little School That Could. It has quietly become an NCAA Division II powerhouse, winning a school-record four Great Lakes Valley Conference championships last year and reaching the Elite Eight in two sports, volleyball and women's basketball.
Weekend
Weekend: High school theater
See your favorite play performed by future stars on stages across the Tristate. High school theater is the largest single segment of theater in the country, fun for young thespians and audiences alike.
Trevino fun as ever
Lee Trevino banters with with the volunteers, the crowd, his playing partners, his caddie. He is chatting right up until the moment he strikes his first tee shot of the day. Many of the fans lined up outside the ropes are still laughing.
Trevino
CARROLL
Mets anything but chipper after sweep by Braves
If the New York Mets were casting ballots, Chipper Jones would probably be a unanimous MVP. Almost single-handedly, the Atlanta third baseman powered a sweep of the Mets.
GE: Expect job cuts
An expected slowdown in new orders coupled with billion-dollar demands for engine development programs has triggered a new round of hourly worker job cuts at GE Aircraft Engines in Evendale, including elimination of 44 today.
CDC rejects Fernald study
Fernald area residents may never know for sure if the elevated number of lung cancer deaths in their community was caused by radon gas released from a government-owned uranium processing plant, officials said Thursday.
Sports
Hokies' defense outscores Tigers
Irwin the favorite in a strong field
Colerain unsettled at QB
Hanser scores twice as CovCath beats Boone Co.

- Today's Sports Page

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Obituaries
Bauer proposes 16% flat income tax, cuts in breaks
Budget battle may last
Candidates push for better schools
Ex-guard jeered by family of victim
Futurists think global
Landen rape not by serial rapist, DNA proves
Police chief says alcohol eased job stress

- Today's Local Page

Business
Gibson wins Burger King promotion
Kroll ponders selling
Price drop in Europe costs Chiquita 200 positions
25 richest Americans
Selling-giant Amway makes leap online
Vending machine business evolving

- Today's Business Page

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