Friday, July 23, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 205
fountain How do you move a 109-ton fountain?
The Tyler Davidson Fountain weighs heavily on Fountain Square. The 109 tons of stone and bronze anchors the heart of Cincinnati.
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Brent Spence may get more $
A compromise over federal highway funding has local advocates of the Brent Spence Bridge replacement hoping it could mean more money for the project here.

Educators join
levy campaigns

The old joke about the three best parts of an educator's job being June, July and August makes Sycamore principal Phil Hackett chuckle.

reds No rest for
the weary Reds

It was a bad day for the Reds, a good day for the Chicago Cubs and a great day for anyone who has the Cubs in a 13-run pool.
Photos from Thursday's game

Schoenhoft chooses Ohio St.
St. Xavier quarterback Rob Schoenhoft, one of the country's most heavily recruited prep players, announced Thursday that he will play college football at Ohio State.

Feast for festival
About 3,000 people will attend the 64th annual St. Anthony of Padua's Summer Lebanese Festival, mostly to eat.

Cross-burning sparks petition
Students are planning a petition calling for tougher hate-crime laws in Kentucky and urging schools to teach students about modern bigotry.

wraps A kid's-eye
view of camp

Eleven-year-old Nick Dougherty and his good friend Ben Roth, 10, attended their first overnight summer camp this month.

Complete local news report

Consortium rallies suburbs
For sale: 'Like new' 4br, 3ba, lead gone!
Boy, 5, suspect in death of baby
Families find vindication in 9-11 report
HUD secretary encouraging on English Woods

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Corner Brooks still lone signee
Ortiz, Zambrano suspended, fined
Armstrong keeps rolling
8 tied for lead at PGA event
Area teams prepare for title

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

New anti-terror action imperative
Mayoral race will benefit Cincinnati
Deaths of our troops deserve more
Adoption honesty works best for all

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Delta delays jet order
Positive meth tests soaring
Frampton sues to get face off bikini
Jockeys may wear ads, union logo
Coors, Molson plan beer merger

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Two British pop greats at Riverbend
Church-goers discover 'Classical Roots'
Important Edwards give hope
The Insatiable Shopper
Writers: Cards need universal emotions

    • More tempo news..

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