The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, March 23, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 83
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GORE VISIT TO RAISE $500G
The Cincinnati area has become one great ATM for both Al Gore, who attends a fundraiser at Stanley Chesley's Amberley Village house today, and George W. Bush.
Chesley accustomed to big-name house guests
Gore to salute Sands' success

OFFICER TAKEN OFF STREET DUTY
Robert J. Hill III was stripped of his police powers a day after a police internal investigation found he used excessive force when subduing an Alzheimer's victim.
Officials apologize for cop's remarks
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VICTIMS OF VIETNAM
Cindy Rheinheimer of Milford is one of an estimated 20,000 Americans left fatherless by the war. She's helping to reach out to others and help them find the peace she has won.
Better relations with Vietnam help in search

WARNING: TWINKIE SHORTAGE
A truckers' strike is hitting snack-cake lovers, and thousands of people who hanker for specific bread and bakery treats, in the sweet tooth.
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march madness
Enter Week 2 of our Hoops Madness Contest
Sweet 16 begins: Tonight's game coverage
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Basketball fans: create your own March Madness. A local online company lets you match your favorite pro and college teams, past and present, in fantasy games.
Sports
Purcell Marian reaches state final
Versatile Cornette leads St. X
Highlands opens state quest
Reds have three spots open
Mercado could stick with Reds
Brown still opposes replay
No. 2 NKU women topple No. 1
Lavin's lessons learned
Miami recruit Mr. Basketball

- Today's Sports Page

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bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.


Orange barrel is preachers' pulpit
What's up with 'Whassup?'
Man charged with raping, killing daughter, 2
What is 'football ready'?
School plan cuts office staff
Tobacco carding likely to continue
$2.5M bouquet to florist from city
Commandments backers honored
Hustler store plans delayed
Turfway puts on glitz
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Today's market updates
Local banks raising prime
Bunning blasts rate hike
P&G teams eyewear with makeup
Integrity counts at work
Jordan done doing ads
Bank One sheds assets
Tristate business summary
Industry notes: Real estate

- Today's Business Page

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