Saturday, July 17, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 199
Girls Laughter, love link
Globe Girls club

The Globe Girls can turn back the clock with one word. Just say "Club." Four 80-somethings are again in their early 20s.

Youngest ever
Fifteen-year-old Kelsey Lindenschmidt became the youngest golfer to win the Women's Ohio Amateur Championship in its 81-year history Friday afternoon at Terrace Park Country Club.
reds hall

2 charged in cross burning
Two Northern Kentucky men face 10 years in a federal prison if found guilty in a cross burning in a black family's yard.

Danny Graves Bullpen blows another one
Reds All-Star closer Danny Graves leads the league in saves. He also leads the league in blown saves.
Photos of Friday's game

Cholesterol guides 'tainted'
Most of the heart-disease experts who urged more people to take cholesterol-lowering drugs this week have made money from the companies selling those medicines.

Fine feathers for empty nests
When the kids leave home, Mom and Dad often find their lives change. And so do their home needs.
What not to miss at Homefest
Photo tour: Homefest

scrapbooks Savor memories
in scrapbooks

Say this about scrapbooking: It's enormously popular, with an estimated 25 million scrapbookers.

Mini masterpiece
Mini ads are so quirky and fun, it's as if Mini's ad agency was channeling Ruth Gordon's character in Harold and Maude.
Riviera still stylish at 39
mini cooper

robot I, Robot
I, Robot is a futuristic action movie, full of special effects, wild chases and frantic hand-to-hand combat. It's also smarter than that.

Complete local news report

Cast your vote, get a flu shot
Chemo wafers used to treat brain tumor
U.S. says city owes it $3.95M
Bones unearthed at building site
Kentucky fails to see joke

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Complete sports report

Casey feeling good at plate after DL stint
Wily Mo Pena desktop wallpaper
Bengals lawsuit could echo across NFL
Unheralded American leads British Open
Tennis: Wolf-Kronauge repeat

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Keep Ohio pledge for stadiums
Huggins must correct his mistakes
Winners and losers
Rookwood just part of Norwood answer
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Upbeat Stewart says, 'I'll be back'
Muslim claims discrimination
Ohio joblessness rose during June
Buyer digests Provident
Lesson best learned young: Save money

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Terminal boredom be gone
Affleck declines 'Glory' role
Eric Benet denies rumors of sex addiction

    • More tempo news..

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