Friday, January 2, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 2
swim Balmy temps
lessen the agony

Some 379 people and four dogs took a dip in nippy 38-degree water Thursday as part of the annual New Year's Day Polar Bear Swim at Brookville Lake.

Kitna is 'Comeback
Player of Year'

Jon Kitna this morning was named the NFL Comeback Player of Year in a national poll of sportswriters.
Kitna

baby '3 ... 2 ... 1 ...
O.K., push!'

When the ball dropped in New York's Times Square New Year's Eve, out popped the Tristate's first baby of 2004.

So. Cal turns title into issue
Top-ranked Southern California all but assured itself a piece of the national championship with a 28-14 thumping of Michigan in the Rose Bowl.
Trojans deserve their share

She brings out smiles
in teen patients

Everyone has a story: Today, Beth Bokenkotter, who's the first person teen-aged patients see when they enter the Hyde Park office of orthodontist Grace Kerr.
Bokenkotter

What's coming up in 2004
Take a look ahead to what's going on this year. A month-by-month rundown of the area's annual entertainment events for 2004.

CINWeekly New Year, New You
Maybe pre '03 you were quiet and desperate, but in '04, you're loud and gratified. Welcome to the year of YOU. Let's get started.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Director named for incentive program
Harrison Avenue studied
Mother questions school's priorities
Nun answers call on field and court
Mega Millions winner still silent

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Winning exit goal for OSU seniors
Capital One Bowl: Georgia 34, Purdue 27, OT
Gator Bowl: Maryland 41, West Virginia 7
Sugar Bowl security will be tighter this year
Outback Bowl: Iowa 37, Florida 17

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Cutting homicides must be priority
Mad cow scare holds lessons for U.S.
Ohio insanity bill an insane proposal
Letters to the Editor

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

2003 car sales may hit 16.7M
Electronic tracking could help
Stewart's fate tied to 1 witness
Free trade made U.S. vulnerable
Tristate summary

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

The Insatiable Shopper
In all forms, 'hooking up' just plain dumb
Parenting in a nutshell: Kids benefit from free time
On the fridge
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Bonfield: Effect of last year's issues to carry over
Good Things Happening
Peale: Visitors bureau publicizing Vatican exhibit hard

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