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SCOTT SHALAWAY Variety of bushytails make for a squirrely season

It's been a squirrely month here on the ridge. For the first time in 15 years both gray and fox


Schiers celebrate golden anniversary by renewing vows at Warren church

WARREN -- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy B. Schier of 804 Spring Pines Drive S.W. , celebrated their 50th


KATIE MANG Austintown Fitch High School

KATIE MANG Austintown Fitch High School AUSTINTOWN -- Katie Mang's dad and her fourth-grade


Relaxation proves to be best bet at spa

After a hard day at the slots, Mountaineer Race Track guests can relax at a new spa and fitness


˙WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

MOUNTAINEER PARK SATURDAY'S RESULTS 1st--Make It Cash (G.Birzer)54.8019.808.00


DAWN TAYLOR MATTHEW SCHWARTZ

DAWN TAYLOR MATTHEW SCHWARTZ YOUNGSTOWN -- Dawn Marie Taylor and Matthew Paul Schwartz, both of


Mayor becomes league leader

Fulkerson will lead the state organization for a year, focusing on local tax reform. By LAURE


CHRIS A. BARTHOLOW Salem High School

CHRIS A. BARTHOLOW Salem High School SALEM -- Chris A. Bartholow, who graduates from Salem High


LOCAL

LOCAL Writer's workshop Local author Susan Dexter will conduct "Where Writers Become Authors,"


NILES Council to act on MCI tax plan

The mayor and the school district couldn't reach an agreement, so an income tax split kicked in


AMBER JERVIS JOSHUA CROSS

AMBER JERVIS JOSHUA CROSS BROOKFIELD -- Amber Janel Jervis, 1036 Patricia Drive, Girard, and


TRUMBULL COUNTY Farmers grow glum about decreased crop prices

A crop report predicted good weather would help farmers produce near-record yields of corn and


CARRIE MARUCCI RYAN NICASTRO

CARRIE MARUCCI RYAN NICASTRO AUSTINTOWN -- Carrie Lynn Marucci, Hilliard, became the bride of Ryan


CLUBS

CLUBS Federation awards local scholarships The Columbiana County Federation of Conservation


AUBREY BOWSER Salem High School

AUBREY BOWSER Salem High School SALEM -- "I'm going to major in oceanography," said Aubrey


After losing 2000 title game, Spartans set goal to win it all

Boardman reached its objective that was denied to them a year ago -- a state championship. By BILL


Police try again to coax children out of home

Police try again to coax children out of home GARFIELD BAY, Idaho -- Heartened by contact with


MICHELLE RINARD JOHN PIZZOLA

MICHELLE RINARD JOHN PIZZOLA YOUNGSTOWN -- Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church provided the setting


Clemson rockets discus to title

She's the first Maplewood girl to win an Ohio crown. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


KEYSTONE CLIPS Mercer County UW seeks volunteers

The United Way of Mercer County is looking for volunteers to aid its member agencies. Daniel Dilley


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Former Hornets honor O'Mahen

Call it a reunion, an old-fashioned get-together, or better yet, a somewhat organized bull session,


Third case of disease reported, this one in Stark County

All West Branch schools were closed last week and are to reopen Monday. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT


JACK WOLLITZ Major transition time means fish may vanish

It's June and many anglers are wondering where the fish have gone. The sixth month of the year is


JULIE WILLIAMS | ROBERT SWAN

TOLEDO -- A honeymoon to Montego Bay, Jamaica, followed the May 12 wedding of Julie A. Williams,


Teen: Students don't take alcohol's effects seriously

New methods are needed to get the attention of teens about the dangers of drinking, a student leader


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

THISTLEDOWN SATURDAY'S RESULTS 2nd--Stage Name (J.Sanchez)13.207.605.20 Jet Whirl


MOST IMPROVED PUPIL Team effort leads to success

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN-- Last year, Carl "C.J." Jordan III received 23


STEPHANIE FREEMAN MICHAEL PYLYPIW

STEPHANIE FREEMAN MICHAEL PYLYPIW EDNEYVILLE, N.C. -- The Rev. Ladd Fields presided as Stephanie


DRUNKEN DRIVING Mother shares pain to warn teens of danger

A local mother says she may never be happy again because of the death of her daughter. By IAN HILL


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Muskingum wins after a heavy loss

NEW CONCORD -- Three Youngstown-area women on the Muskingum College softball team took part in a


COLUMBUS Public meeting to discuss statewide trail system

COLUMBUS - The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will hold the first of a series of regional-


CURRENT PRICES Around the nation

Union Oil Co. of Arizona celluloid pocket calendar, 1921, image of auto pulling into station, blue


RESULTS

RESULTS Fishing tournament The second-annual Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way Bass Classic


MUSEUMS Area attractions

Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Heart & amp;


NEW CASTLE Group will keep park nice

The foundation will raise money and find grants to pay for improvements at Cascade Park. By LAURE


AGENDA

MONDAY Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, board of trustees budget, finance and


Give blood for boxing

Give blood for boxing AUSTINTOWN -- "Real Tough Guys Give Blood" is the theme of a Red Cross blood


EBONY SAVAGE Farrell High School

EBONY SAVAGE Farrell High School FARRELL, Pa. -- "I definitely want to work in marketing," said


CRIME SOLVER Mercer County

A house burglary is the focus of Mercer County Crime Solvers this week: Crime: Burglary and theft.


FAVORITE SPAS Healthy escapes

Cal-a-Vie Spa & amp; Health Resort, Vista, Calif. (760-945-2055) Canyon Ranch in the


SHARON SHANKS | The Cosmos Getting the phases right makes me a little moonstruck

Did you ever say something and wonder why you ever let those words out of your mouth? I'm ashamed to


EASTER SEAL Angels install Geri Kosar as president for 2001-02

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP -- The Angels of Easter Seal met May 23 at the Youngstown Country Club for a lunch


Vernon Souders receives award

CINCINNATI -- The Valley of Youngstown Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry named


ESSENCE JONES SHAWN GRIFFIN

ESSENCE JONES SHAWN GRIFFIN AKRON -- The wedding of Essence Rosvonne Jones and Shawn Anthony


TRAVEL AGENTS So the customer is always right, eh?

Some travel agency customers are simply amazing. By RICHARD P. CARPENTER BOSTON GLOBE Liberty


Don't allow the popularity of scooters to overshadow the safety precautions.

Don't allow the popularity of scooters to overshadow the safety precautions. By VERONICA GORLEY


CANCER SOCIETY Golf outing is planned by police

HOWLAND -- A golf outing will be held June 22 at Avalon South Golf Course in Howland to raise funds


A week filled with tears and fears

The community in which I live lost two prized possessions last week. Jon Stauffer, 15-year-old


ON TV Appraisal show

Valley View Antique Mall in Brookfield is offering local collectors a chance to show off their


JENNY CRANE DAVID LUBINSKY

JENNY CRANE DAVID LUBINSKY CUYAHOGA FALLS -- The Church in the Falls provided the setting for the


Children leave home as stalemate ends

Children leave home as stalemate ends GARFIELD BAY, Idaho -- Five children left their isolated


CAREER PATHS

ADVERTISING YOUNGSTOWN -- Allison Heller of East Palestine has joined Van Fossan & amp;


It's worth much???

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER BROOKFIELD -- For years Harold and Kay Powell


PATRICIA C. SYAK | Symphony notes Series presents three Broadway classics

Broadway revivals and one of the most distinguished musicals of all time come to Powers Auditorium


PREP SCORES, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULE

BASEBALL STATE TOURNAMENT DIVISION I Championship Dublin Coffman 6, Maumee 0 DIVISION II


SPEECH, DEBATE District winners

These students in the Northern Ohio National Forensic League district earned the right to compete at


LISA BERDIS ROBERT O'DONNELL

LISA BERDIS ROBERT O'DONNELL YOUNGSTOWN -- Lisa M. Berdis, 5669 Tulane Ave., Austintown, and


WHERE TO WRITE

Mike Braun, The Vindicator, P.O. Box 780, Youngstown, Ohio, 44503-0780, Online: braun@vindy.com


College, trade school, work, the military or welfare? Whatever seniors choose to do after high

College, trade school, work, the military or welfare? Whatever seniors choose to do after high


WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of June 3: TODAY Post 12, ITAMS, 352 Calvin St., Youngstown, noon.


What do you want to do with the rest of your life? How did you make your decision? The Vindicator

What do you want to do with the rest of your life? How did you make your decision? The Vindicator


Farmers grow glum about decreased crop prices

A crop report predicted good weather would help farmers produce near-record yields of corn and


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS The Medina Count Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will host a


Bush aide details alleged vandalism

Bush aide details alleged vandalism WASHINGTON -- White House officials released a list Saturday


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be repairing various roads in the county this

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be repairing various roads in the county this


GREENVILLE Wanted: buyer for a bridge

The biggest expenses would be in dismantling, moving and refurbishing the span. By HAROLD GWIN


Dutko jubilee celebrated at family event

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Dutko, 8025 Aquadale Drive, were honored May 26 during a family


Baldelli jubilee celebrated at family dinner

STRUTHERS -- A family dinner June 2 at Mr. Anthony's in Boardman honored Mr. and Mrs. Ray J.


BLOOD DRIVES

MONDAY Farmington VFW Post 7200, state Route 534, 1 to 7 p.m. Mesopotamia Township Hall, state


Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer BOARDMAN -- Mark A. Moyad of the University of Michigan Medical Center will


DOCTORS

DOCTORS Summa cum laude David A. Williamson of Austintown received his doctor of chiropractic


GOLF BENEFIT ACS has tourney to fund research

The Tri-County Ladies Golf Tournament honors cancer survivors. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR


CREAM OF WHEAT History

Created in 1893 by Tom Amidon, the head miller at Diamond Milling Co., a small flour mill in Grand


MARY JO NAGY | Pets Animal shelter needs volunteers

What would be the one thing that Angels for Animals would like to have more of? It would be


HOW HE SEES IT No simple solution to plagiarism

Opinion: The Vindicator's recent editorial "Faculty can force students to live lives of academic honesty"


MINNEAPOLIS Plant that makes Cream of Wheat to be shut down

A corporate takeover led to the closing of the 74-year-old food plant. MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL STAR


PREMIERE OF 'SWORDFISH' Director from Niles swims in calm seas

The rumor that Halle Berry was paid an extra $500,000 to appear topless in the film isn't true, the


Youngstown State bracing for tough economic times

Opinion: When Ohio's higher education flagship, Ohio State University, makes it known that its faculty and


STAGE REVIEW Plot makes for mayhem in 'Black Comedy'

By GARRY L. CLARK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Peter Shaffer's farce, "Black


MIKE BRAUN Local woman to attend special outdoor workshop

Suzie Bieber of Canfield has been fishing for most of her 33 years, from bluegills in local ponds to


Spartans rule Division I

By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF ASHLAND -- What traits define a championship softball


JENNIFER PAVELKO RIGEL ARIZA

JENNIFER PAVELKO RIGEL ARIZA YOUNGSTOWN -- Honeymooning in Paris are Mr. and Mrs. Rigel Ariza, who


KATHRYN EARNHART | The Butler Gallery restoration in progress

The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown is undergoing a major restoration of its


LIMELIGHT Awards, achievements

WARREN -- Joe Terzigni, owner of Do-Cut Sales and Service in Warren, was awarded a two-year lease on


GRADUATION

GRADUATION West Point CONNELSVILLE -- Richard Carl Pifer graduated Saturday from the United


BOARDMAN Shedding sales, appliance shop focuses on service

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR BOARDMAN -- A small Maytag dealer that boldly moved


Team effort leads to success

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN-- Last year, Carl "C.J." Jordan III received 23


Wanted: buyer for a bridge

The biggest expenses would be in dismantling, moving and refurbishing the span. By HAROLD GWIN


Ondrusko jubilee marked by trip to Atlantic City

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. John Ondrusko, 7528 Lee Run Road, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary


LATE FRIDAY BOXSCORES

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Everyone can't climb every mountain, but we all dream

Opinion: Mountains have long provided the poet and the songwriter with a metaphor for overcoming great


CHESTER, W.VA. Mountaineer: racing to the top

By STEPHANIE UJHELYI VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CHESTER, W.Va. -- A new convention center is on


BETH CLARK Jackson-Milton High School

BETH CLARK Jackson-Milton High School NORTH JACKSON -- A valedictorian at Jackson-Milton High


Parental guidance: Support, not control

Students should find a field they're passionate about and make that their goal, a guidance counselor


HAROLD NORRIS Austintown Fitch High School

HAROLD NORRIS Austintown Fitch High School AUSTINTOWN -- Harold Norris will go after his dream


COURTS

TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Harold J. Hott, 53, of 4606 Burkey Road, Youngstown, and Linda


Canine Companions

Canine Companions HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The Penn-Ohio chapter of Canine Companions for Independence