The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, Oct. 10, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 284
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RIVERBOATS ON THE WAY
Beginning Wednesday, the river will be a stage and 19 boats will be lead players in Tall Stacks, a five-day celebration of the steamboating era.
Special coverage at Cincinnati.com/tallstacks

STRIKE DEADLINE EXTENDED
The union representing 8,500 Greater Cincinnati workers extended a midnight strike deadline as talks inched forward. Union workers were to report to their jobs today.
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LET THE RIVALRY RESUME
The new Browns and the same old Bengals meet for the first time today in the first game the franchises have played when both are winless.
Bengals desperate for a win
Fans hang hopes on Akili Paul Daugherty column
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MUSIC MELDS AT WORLDJAM
Sounds from around the globe will congregate downtown today.
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Sports
Bearcats create national buzz
Houston 23, UC 20
Ohio State 25, Purdue 22
Miami 45, Bowling Green 31
UK 30, South Carolina 10
Who's the next Vaughn?
High school football page

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Rain upsets traffic, festivals
Stadium tax for 'The Banks'?
Luken changes race for mayor
More roadwork done at night
Runners dress for excess
Civil rights activists reunite
Fire destroys Florence businesses
Klan's free speech costs
Communities add tornado costs
Prized Tristate possessions
Easy ridin' with Dave Otto

- Today's Local Page

Business
Zell's world: A tycoon talks
River cruise industry surging
Economic crystal ball cloudy
Boat dealer floating on air
UAW-Ford updates

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
HMO reform
2000 Election
Y2K bug

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SPECIAL SECTIONS:

The 20th Century
Newport Aquarium
Flying Pig Marathon
Tornado of '99
Technology Today
Newspapers in Education
Internship opportunities
'Your Future Now'

Classifieds
columns
Bronson - Editorial page
If that's art, I'm Picasso
Bottorff - Video Games
Soul Reaver brings back Kain
Campbell - Dining out
A distinguished Heritage
Crowley - Ky. Politics
Time to rethink 'reinvented' Gore
Daugherty - Sports
Fans hang hopes on Akili
Demaline - Arts
Will swine succeed where all but Reds and disasters fail?
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Never lose faith phone will ring
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Lose a lawsuit, you pay fees
Kaufman - Benchmarks
Anger becomes federal case
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Awards honor media focus on disabilities
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Big radio merger will change dial
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Here's buzz on Souls singer
McGurk - Movies
'Random Hearts dissolves into mush
Pulfer - Metro
Confessions of a nouveau cable junkie
Samples - Kentucky
Post-Columbine fears fuel school style wars
Sullivan - Sports
Blocked kick saves Buckeyes
Wilkinson - Politics
Kids spending allowances on political campaigns?
Radel - Metro
Ramsey - Metro
Vonderhaar - Wheels

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