The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, June 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 168
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'NICE GUY' RIGHT GUY FOR P&G
John Pepper is confident he can regain the trust of employees, shareholders and analysts.
P&G president takes spotlight at reunion
P&G revival hinges on goals
Pepper narrows his focus at P&G

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BACK ON EASY STREET
After five months on paid leave, two supervisors in the city's transportation department will return to work Monday with written reprimands for failing to catch seven years of fabricated road-repair reports.

img PADRES 8, REDS 5
The free-falling Reds fell below .500 with their ninth loss in 10 games and are now closer to third place (3 games ahead of Pittsburgh) than to first (5 1/2 games behind St. Louis).
More coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

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SPEEDWAY OPENS WITH BANG
Unheralded Bryan Reffner won the pole for tonight's NASCAR Craftsman Truck race while the winner of the NASCAR Slim Jim All Pro race was disqualified.
More coverage at Cincinnati.com/kyspeedway

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DINING FOR YOUR AMUSEMENT
Check out our dining page for a guide to summer eating at the area's big pools and parks.
Complete entertainment coverage at Cincinnati.com/freetime

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BEATING THE HEAT
It's hot. The sticky hot where sweat beads on brows and strands of hair mat against the nape of the neck. Welcome to summer, Cincinnati-style.
Sports

NBA Finals: Pacers win Game 5
Latest U.S. Open coverage
Rakel wins Women's Met
Larkin puts deadline on talks
Harnisch shaky in BP session
Rose can't join Phils reunion, either
Bengals sign 5th-round pick

- Today's Sports Page

Local
bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.
Harry Potter fans in froth
Neighbors' tiffs can turn tragic
Fourth-graders score lower
Bengals stadium 85% done
Satellite to keep tabs on criminals
Woman to head fire department
Police class graduates
Boater accused in death of sailor
Loveland may fire city manager
Pig Parade: Kahn-versation Piece
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Independent filmmakers need investors first
Baldwin investors reject sale
Diversity and liquidity / Deposits booming
Portman reintroduces retirement bill
Savvy strategies
The Sophisticated Investor
Tristate Business Summary
What's the buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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