Tuesday, March 11, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 70
Prosecutor donated to Deters
The special prosecutor who led an investigation into Ohio Treasurer Joe Deters contributed $2,500 to Deters' political campaign in 1998.

Ohio voters don't like Springer
Seventy-one percent of registered voters surveyed said they had an unfavorable opinion of the TV talk show host and former Cincinnati mayor, who may be interested in running for the Senate.

Library circulation drops
The Cincinnati library slipped from fifth- to seventh-highest circulation in the nation last year, continuing a five-year decline.

Church worker accused of theft
A former employee at Mason United Methodist Church is under investigation over allegations of stealing more than $200,000.

Gotta-see shows coming
Come September, Cincinnati will be front and center with "event" theater, including Urinetown, Metamorphoses and Movin' Out.
Broadway schedulePlayhouse schedule

Erpenbeck bill killed
A squabble between a Northern Kentucky Republican state lawmaker and GOP leadership helped kill a bill designed to protect homeowners and banks from future homebuilding scandals.

Spikes leaves No. 51 behind
New Bengals linebacker Kevin Hardy has adopted the No. 51 jersey formerly worn by Takeo Spikes and moved into Spikes' old locker.
Lewis makes James a Bengals believer

2003 Camp Guide
Find the summer experience that's perfect for your child with our annual guide to hundreds of camps in the Tristate area.

Complete local news report

Historic church under demolition
$10M gift will help build UC sports complex
Retiring Lakota superintendent rehired
Tax breaks closer for Newport
Ohio Bicentennial Moment

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Complete sports report

Reds pitchers get taste of action
Huggins reinstates Flowers
A-10 wants shot of postseason enthusiasm
Thomas, Finnell second-team all-state
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Boycott: Women's club caves
Ohio: Selection of judges
Education opportunity: New study
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

McDonald's adds Web to combo meal
Interest rates could tumble
P&G won't put ads on TV first 2 days of war
P&G rejects Michael Savage show
Playboy covers going on U.S. Playing cards

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Complete tempo report

British punks invade Rock and Roll Hall
Women gaining on presidency, says Nixon daughter
E-Tech: Guide to computers & the Web
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to It: A guide to help make your day

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