Wednesday, September 17, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 259
Signs shoo homeless
The only reason Cincinnati police haven't evicted homeless people camping out under downtown freeway bridges is because the city sign-printing shop was two months behind in printing "No Trespassing" signs.
New signs shoo homeless

14 more claim priest abuse
A total of 24 men now claim in a lawsuit that they were molested by the Rev. Lawrence Strittmatter, a former Elder High principal.

Martin Tailgaters wanted
Send us your tailgate recipes and you might win a prize - and bragging rights.
Recipes for tailgaters

Tristate schools honored
At least five Tristate schools were named as recipients of the prestigious No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools Award by the U.S. Department of Education.
Junior Achievement starts financial aid site

Bengals Q&A
Readers had a wide variety of questions as the NFL season heads into Week 3. Check out our "web exclusive" Q&A with Bengals beat writer Mark Curnutte.
This season, picks mean points
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UC player innocent
From the beginning, UC basketball player Armein Kirkland maintained his innocence. Early Tuesday afternoon, just before Kirkland was to stand trial, Hamilton County Municipal Judge Robert Winkler dismissed the charges.
UC pays tribute to the Big O

 Guide to Tall Stacks
Tall Stacks, which pays tribute to steamboating's glory days, will return to Cincinnati this October. Our guide offers visitor information, profiles of the boats and lots more.

Great Neighborhoods: Milford
Milford and Miami Township are wrapped around each other so tightly that sometimes it's difficult to distinguish between them. See what makes them a great place to live.

Election Guide 2003
Cincinnati.com provides an early look at the Nov. 4 vote with help on getting you registered, lists of area candidates and the latest campaign news. And there's more to come, including candidate profiles - as we get closer to Election Day.

Bats Incredible
A special online section provides photos and details on the public art project filling the streets with baseball-bat sculptures.
'Baseball As America' exhibit

LOCAL NEWS
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Wife, ex-wife share parenting with laughter
Fernald manager fined again
Sight dog mending in wake of attack
Water program called unfair
Conference goal: Close health gaps

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds 12, Pirates 4
Notes: Minaya mum on Reds' job
Tudors hold class on field
Notre Dame Twin Towers
Elbow injury may shelve Bucks' QB


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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Deal still doable
No-bid deal is bad business
Stay on the case
Let free market meet energy demand
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

End to incentive lures not in cards
City tries to lure Steelers fans
Kroger stumbles over profits
P&G wants you to floss more often
New process puts images on glass

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Stepfamilies are different
J.Lo appeals to fans as 'Jenny from block'
Ritter's death will be written into his sitcom
Hungarian goulash blends with Oktoberfest
Get to It

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Bronson: Mutiny on the Butler County Republican Bounty
Amos: Real-life 'Drumline' playing at Taft

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