Tuesday, September 7, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 250
Dad recalled
Eight years ago, when Jim Dillinger resigned his captain's commission in the Ohio National Guard after almost 17 years of service, he thought his turn as a citizen-soldier had ended.

Campaign: Grass roots, high tech
Grass-roots campaigning has returned to Ohio. This time, technology is making old campaign methods much more sophisticated.
Kerry plans Union Terminal visit
kerry campaign

Foundation focuses on community issues
Looking inward and looking outward are the priorities of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation this fall.

Jessi Martin
Putting diabetes at center stage
Seven-year-old Jessi Martin does not always act her age. She spends part of her time raising awareness for juvenile diabetes.

Nine dead
Frances sloshed into the Florida Panhandle on Monday, taking a second swing at a storm-weary state where it already had knocked out power to 6 million people and caused at least nine deaths.

Luken won't run against Allen
Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken decided against waging a write-in campaign for Hamilton County prosecutor Monday, leaving Democrats scrambling to find an opponent for the embattled incumbent, Mike Allen.

Leaping at life
Marcus Taylor jumps rope better than anyone in the world. The 18-year-old from can back flip, front flip, and handspring his way through, over and under a twirling rope, one he whips into an invisible, whirring blur.
Marcus Taylor

The youth make the Bengals
Marvin Lewis' move to make the Bengals a younger team reminds Willie Anderson of the Steelers in the mid-1990s.

Floating Comfort
Floating Comfort
Homestyle: Boaters like Sandy and Bonnie Mendelson of Dayton, and Jan and Erv Schneider of Blue Ash, float away from home nearly every weekend May through October.

Complete local news report

County GOPers to discuss Allen scandal
Dispute leads to shooting, standoff
Web access eases vigil at hospital
Retired judge dies
UC law center gets $1 million

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Harang dusted again
It's over and out for 3B Larson with Reds
A 50-50 chance of no Kroger event in 2005
Bengals add third-year cornerback
Agassi ousts Sargsian from U.S. Open

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Address juvenile crime now
Push harder to end Darfur suffering
Limited U.S. health regulation needed
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Google's structure worries analysts
Italian airliner to cut 5,000
Digital albums organize photos
Leader of OPEC predicts price dip
Business People

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

'Buddies' help Down syndrome kids
TV's best bets
Shakespeare at Playhouse today
Shelf life: What's happening this week
Best sellers

    • More tempo news..

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