Sunday, January 18, 2004

News Briefs



Group seeking literacy volunteers

OVER-THE-RHINE - InkTank is hosting a soup social to introduce new programs designed to encourage creative expression and promote literacy. The free event will take place from 7-9 p.m. Thursday at the Emanuel Community Center, 1308 Race St., InkTank's partner in a children's writing program. In addition to the opportunity to mingle with many of Cincinnati's talented writers, InkTank representatives will offer short presentations on eight new writing programs. At the social, InkTank hopes to sign up volunteers for adult writing groups and after-school programs for children ages 8-12. InkTank, a local non-profit organization, was recently formed with the intent to create a positive impact on Cincinnati neighborhoods through writing-based initiatives. Information: (513) 542-0195 or inktankcincinnati@yahoo.com.

Area students: We need your help

Students in grades 7-12, we want to hear from you! The Enquirer recently has expanded its coverage of classrooms and schools. In connection with that, we want to know what's on the minds of students throughout Greater Cincinnati. Students in public, private, parochial and charter schools are invited to participate in a periodic discussion group. To participate, please send an e-mail to jmrozowski@enquirer.com or write Jennifer Mrozowski, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati OH 45202. If your parents approve, please include your name, age, grade, school, home phone number and an e-mail address.




REMEMBERING DR. KING
New generation carries on ideals
Molding winners on court, in life
Martin Luther King Jr. Day events
Helping children see similarities
Doctor cares on the job, beyond
History is personal at Freedom Center
Once arm in arm with King, he's still carrying the torch

TOP STORIES
Church begins fire recovery
City pays for mop-up
Festival celebrates African culture

IN THE TRISTATE
Districts pool tech resources
Herring calls his school home
Teens off to nation's capital for march
City heeds residents' requests for lights
UC law grad oversees war trials
Public safety briefs
Sap-happy workers tap trees
Union Centre plan changes
Wellness center offers wealth of senior services
News Briefs
Neighbors briefs

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
Bronson: This 'N word' may not be the one some think
Radel: High school band leaders gave a generation self-respect
Good Things Happening

LIVES REMEMBERED
Sr. Magdalena Linnemann, 93, hospital worker
Morton Woodward, P&G retiree

KENTUCKY STORIES
Clooney's name recognition opens doors for campaign
Thayer will leave state No. 2 GOP post