Saturday, September 27, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 270
Kings Island marquee
At sunrise, the 50-foot, 31-year-old marquee at Kings Island amusement park lies crumpled on the ground after a overnight storm. (Tony Jones Photo)
Storm causes heavy damage
High winds - possibly a tornado - ripped through Warren County overnight, flattening a Kings Island landmark, damaging a nearby school and buses and knocking out power to 13,000 homes.
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Rape victim jailed, accused free
A rape victim is in jail and her accused attacker is free today after the woman's refusal to testify raised the ire of a judge.


Injured athlete voted homecoming king
The Lawrenceburg Tigers crowned their quarterback homecoming king Friday while he lay in a hospital bed with a severe brain injury.

MU strikers ready
for the long haul

Scores of striking Miami University workers walked off their posts to picket in the rain Thursday night. Neither side appears willing to budge.


Gas bill worries ease
Fears of sharply higher natural gas prices this winter are receding, as already-high fall prices are beginning to drop.

Prep  football fever
Prep football fever
Hughes, Colerain, Danville, Elder and Anderson were among Friday night's winners. We've got in-depth football coverage and photo galleries.
Predict the winners
'Call An Audible'


Huggins faces his biggest rebound
Bob Huggins is too busy to sit around musing about the heart attack that nearly claimed his life a year ago.
Friends worried: Will Bob make it?
Bob Huggins

'Cats bracing for a dogfight
University of Cincinnati football coach Rick Minter was amused this week when he heard that the Miami student body president had invited Xavier students to drive to Oxford today to root against their common enemy - the UC Bearcats.
Labor strike nixes UC-MU telecast
OSU, more college football coverage


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

Battle of Ohio cooling down
The historical significance of "The Battle of Ohio" can't be denied. Paul Brown was the founder and first coach of both the Cleveland and Cincinnati franchises, which will meet Sunday for the 60th time.
Bengals' keys to victory
Isolation booth: Braham vs. Davis


LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Brand new: freshly painted Big Mac
Catholic schools scramble to reverse slide
'Survivor' sags in Cincinnati
Catholic teachers disagree with Ky. firing
School to open new building

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Huggins aims for biggest rebound
Robinson touched by statue
Expos 5, Reds 1
Reds interview Minaya for GM post
Bucks' second season begins

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

C is for Captain
Festival boosts city
Staff getaway
Ky. diocese followed rules
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

'Do not call' could mean 'do call'
Don't sit still, motivator tells entrepreneur expo
Cincom buys software firm
Rate Report
What's the buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Midpoint transforms Main Street
Topiary gardeners create evergreen works of art
Paint, tile preserve garage floor
In the know
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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