Thursday, August 14, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 226
Fernald safety faulted
Two nuclear safety reviews of the $4.4 billion cleanup of Fernald say workers believe safety takes a back seat to completing the job on time.

Schools going extra
mile for newcomers

This year, public school districts across the region will be paying more attention to students who don't speak English.

Mascot controversy takes twist
In a twist to the controversy at Anderson High School over its nickname Redskins, a student who says her parents are Inca Indians said she asked to dress up as an Indian mascot at football games and now she may sue the school because the mascot has been eliminated.

Field of falling seeds
No one does upsets like men's tennis. So the seedings hold little meaning this week at the W & S Financial Group Masters.
No. 1 out of reach for Federer, Ferrero
Updated bracket (PDF)

Gate debate splitting residents
A new controversy has erupted in the Tristate's first gated subdivision, one that may pit neighbors against one another.

Yoga on the bus
The typical Queen City commute may make you want to punch the steering wheel - or try taking a deep cleansing breath, suggests Yoga guru Lilias Folan.

Concert review: Aerosmith/Kiss
Maybe it was Kiss who brought out the best in Aerosmith at Riverbend Wednesday night. Or maybe Aerosmith just didn't have enough time to do "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

Bats Incredible
A special online section provides photos and details on the public art project filling the streets with offbeat sculptures - all made from baseball bats.
Bats Incredible

Wanted: GM to build from within
The search for the Reds' new general manager is expected to begin shortly, chief operating officer John Allen said Wednesday.
Diamondbacks 3, Reds 1
Sullivan may be next to go

Complete local news report

Three children rescued from river
Chemical spill causes injuries
Golfers to shift out of park
West Chester rejects vote on rec center
Mason looking over ideas for downtown

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Bengals' Johnson names his number
UC gives Hamblen second chance
QB Smoker back with Spartans
Yankees Wells to miss next start
Sports Thursday on TV, radio

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Leavitt new EPA chief
Fernald cleanup extended again
State fair prize hog
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Federated's profits plunge
Retail sales up strongly during July
Tourney a place for business schmoozing
Morning memo
What's the buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Artists open mobile gallery
Fleetwood Mac reinvents its sound
Independence streak pays off for actor
Clifton trek offers bonanza
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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