Saturday, June 12, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 164
Huggs Huggins: 'Won't happen again'
Bob Huggins made a solemn promise Friday evening that he would strive to avoid repeating his mistakes.
Daugherty: DUI is a blessing

Cannonballs make a big splash
Sometimes the biggest person doesn't make the biggest splash.

Chiquita sells Colombia unit
Chiquita Brands International Inc. reached an agreement Friday to sell its Colombian operations to a Colombian company in a deal valued at $51.5 million.

Palmer Palmer steps up
Carson Palmer's development as the Bengals' starting quarterback has reached a key milestone and is about to pass another one.

America bids Reagan farewell
President Reagan was remembered Friday as a gentleman who was always kind, a world leader who knew what was right and a man who was lonely when his wife left the room.

Knife-wielding boy shot with Taser gun
A 12-year-old boy was shot with a Taser gun after threatening to stab and shoot his family and police Friday.

Your cicada shots
Our readers' latest pictures of those pesky creatures.
Cicada buzz dying down

wheels New Galant
bigger, spiffier

Midsize sedans are still hot sellers, and Mitsubishi aims to break into the big time with an all-new Galant.

Homearama shows old styles revived
The houses at this year's Homearama Luxury Edition borrow pieces from classic styles and adapt them to current-day models, often using different materials.

Complete local news report

West Nile found in Sycamore Twp.
Trustees want to close crime motel
UC develops brain tumor recovery aid
Searchers don't find man
Ohio justice charged, has court date

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Complete sports report

Reds lose 4th straight
Daugherty: Q&A with Ken Griffey Sr.
Beechwood advances with sweep
Belfry ends Dixie's run at state title
Sato trying to show he can handle point

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Kids drinking can be adult problem
Good plan for Washington Park
We cannot abandon Iraq's children
How we see it

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Formica prepares new start
Way bigger candy
United Way work begins
Convergys misses goal, keeps tax deal
Tristate summary

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Andrea Levy wins Orange prize
Shields speaks at convention
She said what?
Going Out: Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

    • More tempo news..

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Daugherty: DUI is a blessing for Huggins
Howard: Center focuses on men's health
Vance: Old-style camp meeting invites all
Daugherty: Q&A with Ken Griffey Sr.

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