Monday, April 12, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 103
Allen Winning two wars
They were wrong about George Allen 62 years ago, when the tall, slender Lincoln Heights teenager was drafted into the Army and sent to Europe for World War II.
Memories of heroes

Relax about cicadas, already
The cicadas are coming. The cicadas are coming. Like phobic Chicken Littles, gardeners are whipping themselves into a needless frenzy in search of insecticides, repellents, anything to protect their greens.

She's helping
Despite multiple sclerosis, Jan Millard mentors a young girl, raises a young grandson, and offers help to needy people. Regardless of the season, she's helping.

Jimmy Haynes Reds hit road
in first place

Jimmy Haynes got knocked around a little, but the Reds closed a successful homestand and headed to Philly still in first place.
Photos from game

Fans share Lefty's joy
Phil Mickelson won the Masters. He won it coming from ahead and from behind. He won it while bearing enough mental baggage to fill a shrink's couch.
Just call him Major Mickelson - finally

Easter A joyful Easter
Christian pop-rock singer Julie Nickell gave a free performance at a public housing project near Central Avenue. "If Jesus were here, he'd be giving out Easter baskets today," she said.

Home Style
Creative homeowners are spelling out their style with decorative lettering above fireplaces, circling archways, bordering ceilings.


Crossfire Crossfire a beauty
The Crossfire coupe is the most glamorous car ever to emerge from Chrysler.
Citroen just runs in the family

The Alamo
The Alamo offers an updated account of the 1836 battle between the Mexican army and Texans seeking independence.


Complete local news report

Million expected at rally
Majority for executive mayor
Norwood property owners begin battle
Florence property could get makeover
Budget talks hit wall

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Complete sports report

Reds at Phillies series preview
Bengals may have defensive tackle
For Cyclones, the plot took wrong twists
Pacers-Celtics rematch set
Good Sports: 11-year-old gets her kicks

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

CPS right to question oversight
Local police can go after Tot Lot gang
Making life better: A helpful donation
Tame China, watch outsourcing shrink
Letters to the editor

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Complete business report

Business people
Antitrust hurdle remains in tin buyout
Food with a side of nice
Workplace culture dictates humor
Gas prices rise another 2.5 cents

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

The princess pride
Fans swoon over Josh Groban
Hersch holds court
'Passion' reclaims No. 1 movie position
Get to it: Meet author Willis

    • More tempo news..

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Weiser: Immigration agency's cuts likely to hurt
Howard: Photos get spirit of Appalachia
Daugherty: Fans share Lefty's joy

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