Friday, September 26, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 268
Prep football fever
Check our previews and predictions of all the big games and read about Jarrell Williams, the newest quarterback sensation at Princeton.
Predict the winners
'Call An Audible'

Jarrell Williams


Main Street rocks
The MidPoint Music Festival, the region's biggest showcase of rising musical talent, goes into overdrive today and Saturday. Here are the "don't miss" acts.
Review of Thursday night's acts

Miami U. workers strike
By a 55 percent to 45 percent vote, Miami University custodial, food service and maintenance workers voted to strike Thursday night, a walkout that began today.

Banded together
After the game, the Princeton High football team invited the marching band into its post-game huddle. At one school, at least, the band enjoys the same status as the football team.
Princeton band


Lost In Translation
Lost in Translation doesn't
bowl you over with laughs. Instead, it sidles up slyly and makes you smile.
Dining Review: Brown Dog Cafe

Night flights expand noise belt
If new nighttime takeoff and landing procedures are made permanent at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, the airport could have t o buy more houses.

 Jews face challenges
A new study of American Judaism found Jews are better-educated and wealthier than the average American and have reached the highest levels of professional achievement.

Bengals familiar with Couch
Bengals players and coaches say there's not much difference between quarterbacks Kelly Holcomb and Tim Couch, who will start for the Browns on Sunday against the Bengals.
Struggling rush offense demands Dillon's return

Hey, girlfriend!
More than 55 readers responded when we asked for stories about powerful female friendship bonds.
ONLINE EXTRA: More stories

Home sales up again
Home buyers went on a binge in August as the Tristate market roared ahead at a torrid pace toward a record-shattering year.
Factory orders slide

 Cruises almost filled up
If you've waited until now to get cruise tickets, you may find yourself landlocked out of the nation's largest riverboat festival.
Tall Stacks guide

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Black firefighters accuse union
Condon returned to jail by judge
Local hospital care graded
ACLU urges holster reports
NAACP pushes voter contest

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds 9, Cubs 7
Robinson hits cleanup at Crosley Terrace
Larkin buys friend a Mercedes
Red Sox roll to wild-card berth
Marlins secure tie for wild card

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Thinking of Danny: The real war
Elections: Radical or otherwise
Wells: Mea culpa
Archbishop speaks on sex scandal
Reader's Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Factory orders slide
Fiorini expected to plea-bargain
Peoples Bank won $5M payout
Morning memo
What's the buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Charlie Vohs, 60, enjoys his childhood
Couples make leap of faith
On Planet Reality, moms put hobbies on hold
On the fridge
Get to it!

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Daugherty: Larkin getting raw deal
Crowley: Gaming lobby champing at the bit
Downs: Mixed drinks, mixed crowd: Tina's turns twenty
Howard: Good Things Happening

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