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HEALING HANDS

HEALING HANDS Claims about reiki This ancient healing technique is said to transfer energy from


Reception marks Lyonses' silver event

BOARDMAN -- The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyons, 911 Larkridge Ave., was


APPOINTMENTS

APPOINTMENTS Deputy chief of staff Gov. Bob Taft appointed Jon Allison, born and reared in East


Renting mobile phones

Renting mobile phones Foreign visitors, whose cellular phones often do not work in the United


NOTEBOOK From Ohio Stadium

Rededication: Prior the game, a brief ceremony was held at midfield to rededicate Ohio Stadium,


Practitioners offer patients natural form of treatment

One reiki master says she's seen the practice work wonders. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


SOCCER Mooney records third shutout

The Cardinals blanked Akron Hoban, 6-0, to remain undefeated and stamp themselves as a Northeast


Mootz jubilee marked by trip to California

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mootz of Poland celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their


GIZMOS Tools, toys and tech

Bachmann's PrintBoy software lets Palm users beam to-do lists, memos, calendars and more to a


COURTS

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Dissolutions asked Terry Melott Jr., 13455 Old state Route 45, Lisbon, and


COLLEGE FOOTBALL Slippery Rock shakes off bad half in win over Tiffin

The Rock scored 35 points in the second half to beat Tiffin, 45-13. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR


ANDREA FAIR STEVEN LAZROFF

ANDREA FAIR STEVEN LAZROFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Fellows Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park was the


MAHONING VALLEY Fines fail to reduce false alarms

Businesses and homes should call immediately if they set off the alarm. By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR


GAME TIME Today

Who: White Sox (Buehrle 13-7) at Indians (Woodard 3-3). 1:05 p.m. When: 7:05. TV: FOX Sports


REGION

REGION Delphi Packard engineer gets honors for work WARREN -- John Bakker, an engineer for


Reception held in Boardman park to honor Allens' golden anniversary

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Allen, 3303 Lenox Ave., were guests of honor during a reception


Ovarian cancer study

Ovarian cancer study PITTSBURGH -- Magee-Womens Hospital is enrolling newly diagnosed ovarian


FRANKLIN, PA. Residents jump-start day with River Romp

The frog jump is a part of Family Day activities along the river. FRANKLIN, Pa. --The Oil Region


LOCAL

LOCAL Fiction workshop HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Local author Susan Dexter will conduct "Where Writers


'TRUCKS ARE BETTER' | A review Local author extols masculinity

The book's humor is not for everyone, but for those of the right mindset, the laughs are


NANCY TOBIN MICHAEL MCCORMICK

NANCY TOBIN MICHAEL MCCORMICK GIRARD -- St. Rose Church was the setting at 2 p.m. Sept. 8 as


HOUSE VOTES

HOUSE VOTES Vietnam Human Rights The House approved legislation designed to promote freedom and


BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVES TUESDAY American Red Cross Austintown Donor Center, 57 Westchester Drive, noon to 7


STAGE REVIEW TNT's 'Arsenic' is poisonously funny

Perfectly cast as the spinster sisters were Karen Horrell as Abby and Mary Ann Marton as Martha.


Getting started

Helpful hints Projects can be as quick and easy or as intricate and creative as you want them to


YOUR CHIMNEY NEEDS TO BE CLEANED IF MORE THAN 1/4 INCH OF CREOSOTE HAS ACCUMULATED ON ITS INTERIOR. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT IF YOU BURN WOOD IN A FIREPLACE.

By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT As Jack Frost dismisses the dog days of summer and


TRACY SILVESTRI JACK MARTZ

TRACY SILVESTRI JACK MARTZ BOARDMAN -- A honeymoon to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, followed the Aug.


LORDSTOWN GM slows design phase for new car

The company has backed away from saying that a decision on a new vehicle for Lordstown is likely


ALARM CALLS A breakdown

The number of alarms and the action taken by Youngstown police in 2000, by alarm company: Company


FARM HOLIDAYS

FARM HOLIDAYS Italy Check these Web sites for more information on farm holidays in Italy.


Krugels mark 50th anniversary at dinner party

AUSTINTOWN -- The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gale R. Krugel, 3980 Lake Road, was


BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- Former West Branch High School standout Ben Swallow completed 14 of 17 passes

BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- Former West Branch High School standout Ben Swallow completed 14 of 17 passes


IN THE CUP! Area aces

Daniel Burns of Painesville Township aced the 156-yard sixth hole at Mahoning Country Club, using a


NASCAR

NASCAR Pepsi 400 advantage was a human factor. Fanfare: There were no death threats after the


Pringles observe golden jubilee at reception

MINERAL RIDGE -- The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pringle of Mineral Ridge was


SCORES SUMMARIES, & amp; SCHEDULE

SATURDAY'S RESULTS BOYS SOCCER Mooney 6, Akron Hoban 0 Badger 3, Warren Harding 0 Howland


POLICE BLOTTER Hubbard, Girard, Liberty

Summary of police activity: HUBBARD Aug. 23 Drug equipment: A marijuana pipe was found in the


AMERICAN LEAGUE Yanks' Martinez bombs Red Sox

The Athletics won again to hurt Boston's wild-card hopes. ASSOCIATD PRESS NEW YORK -- Mike


Davises honored at family dinner for 60th jubilee

GIRARD -- Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davis of 631 Churchill Road were the guests of honor Aug. 25 and


HUBBARD Study to probe water billing

Hubbard's water superintendent says the water loss, if any, isn't because of leaks. By TIM YOVICH


KATHRYN EARNHART | The Butlers Salem branch marks anniversary

The Butler Institute of American Art's Salem branch museum, at 343 East State St. in the city, is


Dinner dance fetes McAndrews' for golden jubilee

AUSTINTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. John T. McAndrew, 140 S. Roanoke Ave., were honored Sept. 1 at a buffet


WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of Sept. 9: TODAY Post 235, American Legion, 11 High St., Girard,


VOLLEYBALL Fitch loses 3; Spartans roll to 7-0

Girard defeated Harding and Canfield, but lost to Springfield. CLEVELAND -- The Austintown Fitch


NUTRITION PROGRAMS In the area

MAHONING COUNTY Dacas HotMeals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 12 locations in Mahoning


Greens observe 50th anniversary during reception

WARREN -- Mr. and Mrs. William Green, 5825 Emerson Ave., were honored by family and friends as they


LAWRENCE COUNTY Annual country tour

Farms, a century-old church and a Girl Scout camp are all part of this year's Lawrence County


Canfield pounds Timken, 30-0, with high-scoring second half

CANFIELD --The Canfield High football team scored 23 points in the second half to cruise by Canton


Family lets its business go to seed

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER BELOIT -- When Roger Martig looks at the wide


SATURDAY'S RESULTS

SATURDAY'S RESULTS BOYS SOCCER Mooney 6, Akron Hoban 0 Badger 3, Warren Harding 0 Howland


JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Shining some light on sunroom options

Q. I would like to add a bright, efficient sunroom to my house for an "outdoors" feeling during the


CHARTER SCHOOLS Ex-hospital cures space needs

The old Southside Hospital has become a godsend for charter schools looking for facilities. By RON


Clarion QB Almashy mashed in return

The Newton Falls graduate got an unpleasant greeting from the YSU defense. By BRIAN RICHESSON


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Finnerty focused, fit for second season

BEREA -- What a difference a summer of intensive training has made in the running life of Poland's


FUND-RAISER

FUND-RAISER Lawrence County What: 3.1 mile walk and fund-raiser. When: 10 a.m. Sept. 22.


Life energy from the source

Reiki is universal life force energy that is said to heal mind, body and spirit. By AMANDA C.


HEALTH Many critically ill seek better end-of-life care

By ROBERT MILCH and J. DONALD SCHUMACHER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS When 53-year-old Barbara Wein


FRIDAY'S GAMES

FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Toronto 2, Detroit 1 N.Y. Yankees 3, Boston 2 Chicago White


Festival to feature 12 marching bands

Festival to feature 12 marching bands GROVE CITY, Pa. -- The 21st annual Mercer County Marching


NEW CASTLE Heart Walk is set for Sept. 22

The American Heart Association is hoping to raise $14,000 for programs and research. By LAURE


Camp Fire seeks adult club leaders

Camp Fire seeks adult club leaders CANFIELD -- Camp Fire USA Northeast Ohio Council, formerly the


Family dinner held to celebrate Jeren 60th jubilee

CAMPBELL -- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jeren, 596 Breetz Drive, were guests of honor during a family


DANIELLE BERNARD BRIAN DEEM

DANIELLE BERNARD BRIAN DEEM YOUNGSTOWN -- Danielle Joslene Bernard of Columbus was married to


PREP SOCCER Fitch's Castillo has 100th win in sight

Hubbard girls beat Poland 3-1 to hand the Bulldogs their first loss. AUSTINTOWN -- Sammy Camens


La Leche League

La Leche League Two area La Leche League chapters have meetings scheduled this week: UThe


By THERESA HEGEL

By THERESA HEGEL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER "Passage," by Connie Willis (Bantam Books, $23.95) A


Second Chance plans fund-raiser

CANFIELD -- Second Chance Animal Rescue will sponsor "Four Paws-A-Thon" Sept. 29 at the Colonial Inn


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner PBA tour beckons coaching legend

Richie Antol is back on the PBA tour. The former Hermitage resident who lives with his family in


Dinner party held to honor Hartshorn jubilee

CANFIELD -- The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James Hartshorn, 10834 W. Western Reserve


CLEVELAND -- The Austintown Fitch volleyball team suffered three setbacks in a tournament Saturday

CLEVELAND -- The Austintown Fitch volleyball team suffered three setbacks in a tournament Saturday


Phipps flower show set to open Oct. 13

Phipps flower show set to open Oct. 13 The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Fall Flower


Fall Market planned Sept. 15 by Canfield JWL

CANFIELD -- The Junior Women's League of Canfield will sponsor its 32nd Fall Market on Sept. 15 on


VETERANS

VETERANS American Legion meeting KINSMAN -- American Legion District 9 will have its fall


Fatal accident

Fatal accident LISBON -- A 49-year-old Carrollton man was found dead by the Ohio State Highway


At family farm, everyone has a sunny disposition

Roger Martig checks some of the sunflowers blooming in the family owned Martig Farms' fields on Mock


AGENDA

AGENDA MONDAY Champion Volunteer Fire Department training, 7:30 p.m., fire station.


Tressel still has his work cut out

COLUMBUS -- It seemed kind of appropriate that a scattered, light rain fell throughout the morning


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Back Door Slider2.402.202.10 Bk's Pocket


E.R. SHIPP Honestly, was lying worth it?

Opinion: Black on black crime destroying community EDITOR: There is a sad legacy being printed in the


AREA COLLEGES Swallow soars as Geneva rips Olivet, 77-14

Walsh defeated Westminster while Hiram defeated Bluffton. BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- Former West Branch


Religion has nothing to do with violent hatred

Opinion: What religion that avows belief in the Golden Rule could possibly tolerate a group of urban


County Line Road, between state Route 46 and Four Mile Run Road in Austintown, will be closed Sept.

County Line Road, between state Route 46 and Four Mile Run Road in Austintown, will be closed Sept.


Equipment display

Equipment display WEATHERSFIELD -- Township firefighters will display and demonstrate for the


BAZETTA Lack of weekend police worries some residents

The police chief said because of lack of funding he had no choice but to eliminate day patrols. By


YOUNGSTOWN Publicity seems to aid luncheon attendance

The Cafaro event drew a crowd four times larger than usual after the Citizens' League flak. By


By ROB TODOR

By ROB TODOR VINDICATOR SPORTS EDITOR COLUMBUS -- The record book will show that Jim Tressel's


Attitudes focus on living now

As our society changes, health-care workers and counselors become the extended family and neighbors


Valley continues to respond to General Motors' demands

Opinion: If General Motors Corp. decides not to build the next generation of compact cars at its Lordstown


BIRTHS

Forum Health Northside Ashanti and Adriann Bunch, 239 E. Dewey Ave., Youngstown, girl, Sept. 8.


Tressel expects Bellisari to play better

The Buckeyes' starting quarterback was inconsistent in Ohio State's win over Akron. By ROB TODOR