LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 2004

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City pays for mop-up
More than 100 families across Hamilton County have gotten help mopping muck and hauling ruined belongings from their basements after saturating rains two weeks ago - help they wouldn't have received if the rain had occurred just a week earlier.
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Festival celebrates African culture
Church begins fire recovery

N E I G H B O R S
Sap-happy workers tap trees
Maple syrup soon will be flowing in Anderson Township.
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Union Centre plan changes
Wellness center offers wealth of senior services
Neighbors briefs

R E M E M B E R I N G   D R .   K I N G
New generation carries on ideals
As the nation pauses for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a new generation is carrying on the civil rights leader's work.
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Helping children see similarities
Doctor cares on the job, beyond
New generation carries on ideals
History is personal at Freedom Center
Once arm in arm with King, he's still carrying the torch
Martin Luther King Jr. Day events

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E D U C A T I O N
Herring calls his school home
Nativity School Principal Bob Herring jokes that he hasn't gotten very far in his 54 years.
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Districts pool tech resources
Teens off to nation's capital for march

G O O D   T H I N G S   H A P P E N I N G
Women practice defense
Practice dummy "Scum Bag Bob" received his share of kicks and punches at the Landen Station Police Station Tuesday evening during the first Deerfield Township Women's Self-Defense class.



COLUMNS

Peter Bronson: Bronson: This 'N word' may not be the one some think

DAILY TOPICS

Sunday: Cincinnati 101 - High school band leaders gave a generation self-respect

Monday: Education Q&A - Nine-hours sleep ideal to keep minds, bodies sharp

Tuesday: Inside Ohio's Capital - Blackwell pushes for end to secret political accounts

Wednesday: Around the suburbs - Bush campaign chairman to speak at GOP dinner

Thursday: Around Northern Kentucky - Concert hall idea played up for N.Ky.

Friday: Health Watch - For 'boutique' doctor, first year has been healthy

Saturday: Faith Matters - Service at funeral home invites all who are grieving


ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS

Clooney's name recognition opens doors for campaign
Thayer will leave state No. 2 GOP post
City heeds residents' requests for lights
UC law grad oversees war trials
Public safety briefs
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LIVES REMEMBERED

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

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Priests and Sexual Misconduct
Eight priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and two priests who formerly served in the Diocese of Covington have been suspended and/or accused of misconduct in a scandal that has swept across the country.

New bridge: A $750M puzzle
In a special multimedia report, The Enquirer tells why the Brent Spence Bridge is one of the most dangerous bridges in the nation, and how replacing it will be fraught with enormous problems and costs.

Erpenbeck Investigation
The Erpenbeck Co., once one of Greater Cincinnati's biggest home builders, became the subject of giant legal tangle involving banks, title insurance companies, suppliers and home buyers.