LOCAL NEWS FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2004

marine
Goodbye again
For the second time in 18 months, Lance Cpl. David Lytle has said goodbye to his young children, as have many of his fellow Marine Reservists who were scheduled to pull out of the Walnut Hills Reserve center early this morning for a second tour of duty in Iraq.
Victims upset at Bush's praise of ex-con
Bush's Talbert House remarks
Second Chance Act would help ex-inmates

Additional Local headlines
Cincinnati leads U.S. in pop. decline
'Growth' and 'Mason' synonymous
Priest pleads in abuse


N E I G H B O R S
Getting involved
Kristi Aase and her family of five have a new building to worship in, but never outgrew the old one.
LDS church
  Additional Neighbors Headlines:
Builder sues over no-growth block
Old Chilo lock gets new life
Suburbs consider taxes, cutbacks
Tax increase may be on Lebanon ballot
Subdivision pool back in business
Symmes trustees angry about park levy
Fire master plan consultant sought


E D U C A T I O N
School transfers may multiply
Thirteen schools in Northern Kentucky may have to offer students the option of transferring this fall.
  Additional Education Headlines:
CPS board struggles with projections
TV forums held on levy requests


G O O D   T H I N G S   H A P P E N I N G
Barbershop gets a touch of blues
"My mama done told me. When I was in knee pants ..." That verse in the popular blues song "Blues in The Night" will take blues lovers back more than half a century.



COLUMNS

Peter Bronson: Yates here, there and everywhere

TRISTATE TOPICS

Around Northern Kentucky - Amenities follow wealth to N. Ky.

Faith Matters - Revival aims to spread racial peace

Kentucky Politics - Rechtin credits victor's strategy


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MORE LOCAL NEWS

Jury finds 14-year-old guilty
Complaints pile up against Fox, latest alleges illegal committee
Arbitrator trumped; firing might stand
Pair admit selling stolen goods on eBay
Public safety digest
Local news briefs

KENTUCKY NEWS

Peoples Bankers led lives of luxury
Drowning victim found
Senate candidates split hairs over funds
Turkeyfoot Road project appears on solid footing
Police arrest suspects in drug roundup in Shelby County
Fletcher changing titles of political appointees

LIVES REMEMBERED

Robert 'Sonny' Hill Jr. doted on Middletown
Lillian Smiley, 75, 'meant the world' to her neighbors

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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.