Monday, August 2, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 214
kroger Soldier gets a hero's welcome
The church erupted for more than a minute as Staff Sgt. Paul Brondhaver, badly injured in Iraq, limped to the podium.

Schools make plea for levies
Before heading back to school, it's back to the polls Tuesday for several Greater Cincinnati school districts.

Bullpen just can't
play right tune

In the bottom of the ninth inning with two on, one out and the Reds trailing 7-5, D'Angelo Jimenez grounded into a double play.
Photo gallery from game.
reds

Anthrax detector in post office
Cincinnati's main post office will be equipped in late September with a new safety device that checks for deadly anthrax spores.
U.S. warns of threat to financial icons

bengals Jones doesn't give up easily
When the Bengals drafted Levi Jones in the 2002 draft, they said they liked his toughness and character.
Photo gallery from camp.
New drill provides entertainment

Home Style: An elegant lady
Beth Hoffman of Newport describes her Mamie as "strong and quiet ... no-nonsense and elegant." She's talking about her Mansion Hill home.
home

Lexus IS 300 loses luster
Competition is forcing the once-signature car to seek a personality.
Musician's a proud 'Baby' driver

bandage Band-aid solutions
Buying bandages used to be simple: Pick the right size with your kid's favorite cartoon character on it, and head to the cash register.

The road to freedom
Tour the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in our special section.
Sunday Forum: More than a museum
center

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Stem cell study limited here
Freedom Center to honor activists, including 8 locals
Miami plans Freedom Summer reunion
Retired, but busy helping others
Northwest erred in special ed changes

    • More local news ...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

New Roddick defends title
Agassi's long journey could be nearing end
Nomar gets warm welcome at Wrigley
Brown questions European tour
China produces next Yao

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Walton-Verona drug test plan has gaps
School issues go beyond ballot
Hang tough; support your team, Florence
Task force works for a safer square
Read to your baby, improve society

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Flexible spending plans may rollover
Designs foster ability to drive
Track expenses to get grip on spending
Plan your expenses now for the rest of the year
Business People

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Motocross takes cardio work
It takes a 'Village' to topple 'Bourne'
Cage marries former waitress
Washington knows someone's watching
Gotti's reality: Raising three sons

    • More tempo news..

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