LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 01, 2004

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Police to decorate new home in Kevlar
Edgewood Police Chief Tony Kramer's desk sits by the old washer-and-dryer hookup. The department's evidence collection equipment is in the two-car garage. And cruisers are parked in the gravel yard of the ranch-style home.

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Friday's storms
Fernald hold costing $9,000 a day
Man accused of kidnapping pleads


E D U C A T I O N
Fairfield sports on the line
Supporters of a 6.9-mill school levy rallied for a final push, with more than 300 people canvassing neighborhoods and passing out materials urging people in the city and the township to vote in favor of the tax Tuesday.


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N E I G H B O R S
Colerain weighs costs of growth
Worries about runoff from the development, which diverts water near properties.
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Volunteers clean up Wesleyan
Juvenile prisons run like adults'
Training done, women ready
Boone Co. searching for library site


G O O D   T H I N G S   H A P P E N I N G
Sisters of Charity open new office for peace, justice
"As a community of charity ... we will strive to be persons who choose to live simply in a complex world, committed to the healing of our global home."


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Patrick Crowley: Politics can be dirty, but this is nasty

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Sisters of Charity open new office for peace, justice

Fury ballteam wins division with 20-2 record


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