Tall Stacks 2003
Boats at dock arrive
Day 5: Don't be left out

Ten things to do before the boats leave.
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Calliopes blast out song
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Troupe tells slaves' life
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Sunday, October 19, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 292
'Little hero' saves neighbors
When fire broke out on the third floor of a Harrison Avenue apartment building, 11-year-old Edward Tarrance sprang into action.

Marlins strike first
Maybe the Yankees are still suffering from their ALCS hangover. Or maybe the Marlins, who took Game 1 of the World Series, are as good as they've looked in October.
Box score and runs
Ivan Rodriguez

Battle of the backs today
The top two single-game rushers in NFL history will square off at Paul Brown Stadium.
Who has the Edge: Bengals or Ravens?

Josh Hutcherson
11-year-old finds
sudden stardom

About half of the year Josh Hutcherson is commuting with his mother to Hollywood, auditioning for TV and movie roles, or on location making movies like TNT's Wilder Days

Homeowners bought trouble
Ed and Robin Lumbert scrimped and saved to buy a suburban dream home. Now their house and 40 others are part of the biggest residential cleanup of lead contamination in our area.
Ryland buys back homes, pays for cleanup

Prep football fever
St. Xavier knocked off Ohio's top-ranked Cleveland St. Ignatius and Moeller upset No. 8 Lakewood St. Edward Saturday. Check our full report.
Shroder Padeia football player

Retailers see happier holidays
Buoyed a four-month hot streak of consumer spending, retail industry analysts predict the 2003 holiday shopping season will be the most successful in four years.

G35 for driving, not arriving
If you love the Nissan 350Z, but life requires you to shuttle the kids to school now and then, take a look at the Infiniti G35 Sport Coupe.
Droptop Boss keeps him young

Thrills and shrills
Hauntings are flourishing all over town in church basements, vacant buildings, creaky steamships, and even on an old miniature golf course.

Display does double duty
For about two weeks in October, ghosts, witches and jack-o'-lanterns make eerie additions to a decorative outdoor display.

Complete local news report

Zoo levy scaled back to lessen dependency
Golden Galaxy achievers stand out
Ruling on refusing grants awaited
Lakota fans cheer big game
Computer gives teachers student alerts

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Complete sports report

Ohio State 19, Iowa 10
Miami 49, Ball State 3
Hicks' dunks dazzle at UC practice
XU's Myles improves conditioning
McKeon cites '97 as his best work

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Complete editorials report

Zoo levy: Renewal with reduction
John Paul II: Pope's 25th year
Iraq: Diplomatic advance
Guest columnist: A.G. Lafley
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

1st Financial's options limited
Discrimination case 3 years in making
Income taxes get more taxing
Business Meetings This Week
Emerging 30 show how to succeed

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Complete tempo report

Best of Bats: 'Jewel' glimmers in memories
New shows score with smarts, originality
Indiana Jones's still in action
Where to buy healthy pizza
Get to it!

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