Thursday, March 4, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 64
Memories of Marge
There were many signs of remembrance seen and heard Wednesday for Marge Schott.
No offense meant, and none taken
Marge Schott: Special section

manatee Freeing Douglas
Douglas, a 9-year-old manatee who has lived at the Cincinnati Zoo for four years, was released Wednesday into a natural habitat in Florida. View our exclusive photo gallery.

Districts react to levy loss
School districts in the Tristate will soon begin whittling their budgets after losing levies in Tuesday's election.
2004 Election Guide

NKU job intrigues
Dave Cowens

NBA Hall of Famer Dave Cowens has approached Northern Kentucky University about its basketball coach opening.

T-shirts Retro T-shirts rock
Vintage rock T's are all the rage. So get to your local vintage clothier before the trend fades.

Muskies still have a pulse
The right scenario was in place Wednesday for Xavier to post a convincing win that could take on particular importance in 10 days.

Milacron might issue stock
Cincinnati-based Milacron Inc., facing a March 15 deadline to refinance $170 million in debt, said it might issue more than 15.1 million shares of stock to help it complete the deal.

Three so fine
Meet three young artists - an opera singer, a ballerina and a clarinetist - making their mark on Cincinnati's arts scene.

Complete local news report

Butler rape suit settled
Indiana plans project to unclog U.S. 50
Students aim for record, cause
Ecochallenge will tap teens' outdoor skills
Lawyer must talk in case of missing girl

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Bearcats expecting different DePaul
ONLINE EXTRA: Pirtle upbeat despite record
Bengals tracking down defense
Second time around no test for Wildcats
Miami shocks first-place Kent

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Kerry-Bush campaign: Bring it on
What you say ... on election results
Again, teach the best science
How to restore Cincinnati's vitality
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Vine St. condos seek city funding
Eisner's job split into two
Walgreens joins CVS in downtown competition
Economy growing, Fed reports
Stewart jury gets down to work

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Volunteer picks up her pace
'Edna' mockery won't humor everyone
WB's sitcom needs 'Help' desperately
'Blue' feels true
Opera director wants to get word out

    • More tempo news..

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