Monday, July 19, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 201
Sgt. helps kids
Staff Sgt. Paul Brondhaver drove nearly 10,000 miles around the Iraqi war zone. What most struck him as the saddest part of Iraq were the lives of the kids.
Three Ohio soldiers buried

nuns Nuns against war
The silence of the sisters was deafening. They held crosses, stars of David and crescent moons to symbolize the 13,000 who have died in the Iraq war.

Homicide rate accelerates
Cincinnati is on pace to surpass last year's 26-year high in homicides.

Reds lose three of four to Cards
St. Louis scored six runs off Reds starter Jose Acevedo in 3 innings, leaving Dave Miley scrambling for options.
Photos of Sunday's game
Claussen to debut Tuesday
Dave Miley

More air passengers bumped
With air travel on the rise and cash-strapped airlines cramming planes with passengers, more and more travelers are doing the bump - surrendering their seats in exchange for travel, hotel stays and cash.

scrapbooks The next wave
The doll that drove parents to stand in long lines outside toy stores and caused fights to break out in malls 20 years ago will sprout on store shelves on Aug. 2.
Retro toys get makeovers

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

Bengals Bengals turning the corner
Thomas Shockley bought Bengals season tickets for a decade. Three years ago he gave them up, but this year, he's back. He's not alone.
VR tour of Bengals luxury suite

Complete local news report

Parents let parks amuse their kids
Mallory's Luken challenge near
Bush a Dem? Kerry in GOP?
Cemetery needs all its friends
Historic home appears doomed

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Reds vs. Brewers series preview
Bhardwaj named Olympic gymnast
Luzhanska, Thomas win Met tennis titles
Hamilton clutches the Claret Jug-ular
Poll: Favorite local annual event?

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Tobacco plan good news for Ky.
Cemetery volunteers help out
Your new 'it' dog might await at shelter
Making life better: Kid-friendly art
War in Iraq violated law's conditions

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Do research before buying insurance
Cutting turnover is possible
Setting sail without losing touch
Business People
Business digest

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

'Carmen' seduces but doesn't sizzle
Spice up basic foods
Incubus loses style points
Will Smith remains summer's sure bet

    • More tempo news..

keyword search
Search our site by keyword:  
Search also: News | Jobs | Homes | Cars | Classifieds | Obits
Events | Dining | Movies | Hotels | Golf | Maps/Directions

Search Local Yellow Pages with


Realtor listings
Rental communities

Search classifieds:

Optional keyword/s:

Search for rentals


Search used cars

Find a local dealer:


Search classifieds
Place an ad now!

Howard: Resource center building sets for cornhole fest
Demaline: Actor dives into 'Anything Goes'
Crowley: Candidates use poverty as leverage
Bronson: Moving city's fountain isn't the answer
Fay: LHP Claussen seems to be ripe for callup
Kelly: 500 homers or 300 wins?
Ernst: What's up with that?

More Enquirer columnists...

Election 2004



stock quotes
Index Last Change
Dow 10846.29 -166.89
Nasdaq 2054.11 -36.13
S&P 500 1242.29 -16.31
Enter company name/symbol: 

Jim Borgman
Today's Cartoon


Subscribe to one of our FREE E-mail newsletters

Freetime E-Mail
What's going on around town?

Reds E-Mail
The latest news and moves.

Bengals E-Mail
Weekly Bengals news updates.

ap headlinesf

Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Deadly Storm Wipes Out Road at Mt. Hood

1 Dead in Calif. Train Derailment

Houston Landscaper Accused of Bigotry

Army Officer to Be Court-Martialed

Four Plead Guilty in Ore. Ecoterror Case

Army Charges Ex-Sergeant in 3 Killings

Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007

special sections

Great Neighborhoods
Great Neighborhoods
The places we call home
Your Health, Your Money
An Enquirer special report:
Your Health, Your Money
How-to Guide
How-To Guide
Helpful hints from experts
College Connection
Guide to higher education:
College Connection

[an error occurred while processing this directive]