LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2004

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Young Marines few, proud
They are the few, the proud, and, in some cases, the very small. They are the Young Marines , a 46-year-old organization with more than 10,000 members nationwide.

Additional Local headlines
Electronic gear can be recycled
They're young, savvy, hip. They're the government
Teen drowns after saving friend in Roselawn pool


Thing Shop
N E I G H B O R S
The Thing Shop closing doors
In its heyday, The Thing Shop catered to clientele known for taking it all off.
  Additional Neighbors Headlines:
Norwood battle puts life on hold
Mason to discuss new court
Neighbors briefs


E D U C A T I O N
School bowling
clubs on roll

Could the star high school jock ever be not the football quarterback, but the bowling squad captain?
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  Additional Education Headlines:
NASA launches student-built rocket
Library considers Web policy
Campbell Co. parents form district's first booster club


G O O D   T H I N G S   H A P P E N I N G
Students' work in print
A back-to-school project created by five Little Miami High School students who came up with their own version of the tale of the ugly duckling will appear in the Kenwood Towne Center K Magazine, due out next Sunday.
Good Things Happening in Kentucky



COLUMNS

Patrick Crowley: Candidates use poverty as leverage
Peter Bronson: Moving city's fountain isn't the answer

TRISTATE TOPICS

Faith Matters - Prayer vigil a tradition at St. Ann's

Around Northern Kentucky - Promises slow in coming for NKU projects

Kentucky Politics - Rechtin credits victor's strategy


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Tobacco farmers in Ohio cut back
Ohio news in brief
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KENTUCKY NEWS

Prescription-drug bills stinging state residents, study determines
N.Ky. gay-union battle brewing
Lexington Hustler opens after struggle
Y'all come: Florence Council takes government to the streets
Visitors (furry and not) sniff out Kenton County's new Paw Park
Northup puts down car-sticker campaign
Northern Kentucky Week in Review
Northern Kentucky News in Brief
Kentucky news briefs

LIVES REMEMBERED

Phyllis Schmitt, 66, was nurse with St. E.
Jack McClure, 82, was a teacher and built homes
Pat Reams was face of 'Five Star Service'

SPECIAL SECTIONS

Great Neighborhoods
Montgomery and Sycamore Township: We showcase the people, schools, businesses and cultures that make these communities special.
Previous "Great Neighborhood" reports:
Anderson Twp.Blue AshColerain Twp.Dearborn Co.FairfieldFlorence
HamiltonLebanonLoveland & Symmes TownshipMason & Deerfield Twp.
Milford & Miami Twp.NewportNorwoodWest ChesterWest Side


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.