Tuesday, July 6, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 188
A funeral, a birth
U.S. Army Sgt. Michael Nussbaum came home from Iraq to mourn the loss of his father, but the two-week leave also gave him the chance to celebrate a brand new life.

kiser A sad, final salute
Monday night, in the county where he was raised, the people who knew him best and hundreds more who never met him honored Sgt. "Chuck" Kiser as a father, son, brother and soldier.

Dusing aims at Olympic Trials
Nate Dusing has been busy stocking his trophy case. The payoff could be this week.
Olympics guide, multimedia
2004 Summer Olympics schedule

Zap that habit
Jeff Price tried the patch, the gum and sheer willpower: None kept him off cigarettes for the long haul. So he decided to try the latest high-tech weapon against nicotine: The laser.
smoking laser

lidle Cards 4, Reds 1
Four pitches. Four runs. Forget it. That's how the Reds' 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals went down Monday at Busch Stadium.
Photos of Monday's game

Mental health court helps kids
Mental health courts for adults are popping up across the country. Seven counties in Ohio, including Hamilton and Butler, have them. But similar courts in the juvenile system remain rare.

Nissan adds successful cars
Nissan, which was teetering on the brink of financial disaster just five years ago, is on a rebound.
Both ends covered: speed, comfort

Home Style
New life for old landscapes. Does your landscape need some work? How about a complete renovation?
Photo gallery: Landscapes

Complete local news report

Fireworks' darker side
Asphalt makers studied
Teenager accused in father's death
Politics heating up in Kentucky
Montessori parents watchful

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Griffey heaps more rewards on teen
Has Larson run out of chances?
Qualifying starts today in No. Kentucky
Defending champ Edwards will return
Krzyzewski will stay put at Duke

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Sudan needs international help
'Can't happen here?' Yes, it can
Letters to the editor
Forum: Will Iraqi freedom survive?

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Billion-dollar club at Procter gains three
Engineer, 91, lauded as visionary
Business reader panel
'For Dummies' a smart choice
Business People

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Chesney's music takes island turn
Costume attracts 'Spidey' stars
As helmet laws fall, deaths mount
TV's best bets
Get 311 at Riverbend

    • More tempo news..

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