Friday, November 5, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 308
Family mourns
fallen soldier

Army Sgt. Charles "Chuck" Webb, killed in Baghdad Wednesday, was the eighth Greater Cincinnati soldier killed in Iraq, and the third Hamilton High graduate.
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xavier The point is still left to be made
The competition to replace injured Xavier point guard Dedrick Finn is fierce.

Elder: pressure on Colerain
The annual Elder-Colerain playoff showdown is the talk of the high school football weekend, as Ohio teams begin postseason play tonight.
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Gutter-lid sellers
slugging it out

A growing number of companies in town are battling to spare you the dreary task of cleaning clogged roof gutters.
gutters

dialect
Speech modes not right or wrong
Students at Hoop and Frost elementaries in Mount Healthy have been learning about diversity in regional and cultural dialects.

Campaign casts voting in new light
In the end, the hours she put in as a campaign volunteer were worth it, 18-year-old Joanna Easterling says.
Easterling

Norah Jones Norah in control
The jazz diva brings her roadshow, featuring the Handsome Band, to U.S. Bank Arena Friday night.
CiN Weekly: Jazzy lady
LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Older adoptions promoted
Bidder pursues 'Freedom'
Levy losses mean cuts for Delhi
Woman who sold porn videos gets 6 months
Accumulated political stuff must go

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

It's all in a day's work
Enough points to go around
Cowboys again a team on the run
Young Palmer isn't alone
UPDATED: Mark Curnutte blog

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Look out: Next election cycle is starting
Schools, voters meet in middle
Press for new way to fund our schools
More should have 5th-graders' empathy

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Federated forecast rosier
253 houses, 300 condos coming
Opportunities at the Exchange
Bush agenda, oil revive markets
Fatter fliers add to fuel cost

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Performing Mahler brings focus, emotion
Film festival promotes justice
Get over election emotions, back to life
Elderly pooch hobbled, but still loved
'We are not breaking up,' Simpson says

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