The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, April 27, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 118
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FARMERS SPLIT ON CONTRACTS
In a new twist on an old business, Phillip Morris' controversial contracting program offers to buy a farmer's entire tobacco crop. But some worry the new ways of doing business threaten a way of life.

NEAGLE, YOUNG STAR IN ROMP
Denny Neagle stifled the Mets on two hits through seven shutout innings Wednesday night to help the Reds end their four-game losing streak with a 12-1 victory.
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Women on faculty paid less
But UC says individual inequities of as much as 4.85 percent do not amount to a systemic problem.

3 Tristate stores to close
Thriftway parent Winn-Dixie will close 114 stores nationwide.
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CPS lays off 98 teachers
Local professor aids search
Bus to promote light rail plan
NKU raising pay, benefits
Site may be option for buried vets
City must wait for tornado sirens
Landmark quietly coming back
Guide to help make your day

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Pilots to picket at airport
Utility looks to technology
Insurer raises bar for profits
Gap adding giant warehouse
GE pensions unchanged

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