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GOLF Should Woods carry burden?

Tiger Woods issued a new statement regarding women at Augusta. By JUSTIN BROWN THE CHRISTIAN


CURRENT PRICES

CURRENT PRICES Around the nation Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets,


WYOMING Devils Tower: height of wonder

The 865-foot stone monolith inspires climbers and tourists. By NANCY JOHNGRASS VINDICATOR


MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS

MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS Today -- at Lowell Monday -- at Lowell Tuesday -- at Lowell


Woman's right to choose does have limitations

Opinion: Woman's right to choose does have limitations EDITOR: A woman has a right to do what she wants


NUTRITION PROGRAMS In the area

MAHONING COUNTY Forum Health At Home offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 11 locations in


Auditions for TV movie

Auditions for TV movie YOUNGSTOWN -- Local auditions will be Thursday for the Proctor & amp;


VETERANS

VETERANS POW/MIA event NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County's eighth annual POW/MIA Recognition


Ohio squirrel season starts; good hunt predicted

COLUMBUS - Ohio wildlife biologists predict the 2002-2003 squirrel hunting season that started


'SOAR ABOVE THE MADNESS' | A review Authors come to the rescue, making workplace tolerable

The illustrations, photographs and humorous office jargon make for entertaining reading. By KATIE-


MEN

MEN Saxon Club (Mahoning Country Club) -- Low gross: Mike Popovac & amp; Chuck Gordon 39, Bob


EMPLOYEE-OWNED COMPANIES A growing trend

In 1974, Congress passed laws to encourage companies to sell their stock to employees. Since then:


SATURDAY'S SUMMARIES

SATURDAY'S SUMMARIES FALCONS 36, GIANTS 24 New York7737--24 Atlanta1013310--36 First Quarter


Popular destinations

Popular destinations Orlando, Fla. (No. 1), and Las Vegas (No. 2) are still the most popular


TRICIA DALEY FILIMON MISSOS

TRICIA DALEY FILIMON MISSOS OAHU, Hawaii -- A postnuptial reception was held Aug. 17 at The


Roof section collapses at Valley View center

Roof section collapses at Valley View center BROOKFIELD -- A 2,500-square-foot section of the roof


Practice first, then tackle your project

Here are tips to get you started in stenciling. UPractice on paper. This will teach you how the


Car cruise-in features music, food, awards

Car cruise-in features music, food, awards GREENVILLE, Pa. -- The Hempfield Station One Banquet


Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Carson mark golden anniversary at dinner party

POLAND -- A dinner at the Holiday Inn in Boardman was held Aug. 11 in celebration of the 50th


SCOUTS

SCOUTS Bayer gets Eagle award Josh Bayer, son of Frank and Dulce Bayer of Brookfield, has


ROAD WORK | Area projects

Here are the projects the Ohio Department of Transportation is working on this week: MAHONING


Health officials send septic-pump reminders

Health officials send septic-pump reminders NORTH LIMA -- Mahoning County Board of Health is


HERMITAGE, PA. Project aims to provide rentals for senior citizens

The authority has identified eight potential locations for the project. By HAROLD GWIN


Miss Gillespie, Mr. Morse plan autumn wedding

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gillespie, 231 Gypsy Lane, are announcing plans for the upcoming


LAUREN MOHNEY ALVIN PERROTTA

LAUREN MOHNEY ALVIN PERROTTA YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Lauren Rachel Mohney and Alvin Edward


IN THE CUP | Area holes in one

Justin Karzmer of Boardman aced the 155-yard No. 10 with a 9-iron at Mahoning Country Club.


LEETONIA New principal takes the helm

The new principal said a sense of unity and excitement drew her to the community. By NANCY TULLIS


Enduring Freedom vets

Enduring Freedom vets YOUNGSTOWN -- The Vindicator is seeking military veterans of Enduring


Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


DEANNA MARTIN STEPHEN ROSKO

DEANNA MARTIN STEPHEN ROSKO CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Hickory Grove Baptist Church was the setting at 3


Mr. and Mrs. Basil J. Hrybiniak mark 35th anniversary at party

FAIRFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Basil J. Hrybiniak of Fairfield and Las Vegas, formerly of Youngstown,


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARTOLEC & lt;/B & gt;, William, 74, of Boardman;


DEANNA DUDYCZ GREGORY MURESAN

DEANNA DUDYCZ GREGORY MURESAN CLEVELAND -- Living in Twinsburg after a honeymoon trip to Aruba are


WARREN RIVERWALK Returning visitors to city's roots

Landscaping is being designed to conform with the path's historical elements. By DENISE DICK


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. Boat owners wishing to rent public boat docks at Ohio State Park


CRAIG BEACH Fast facts

Location: The beach entrance is on Grandview Road north of Glenwood Avenue in the village of Craig


SHANNA GLENELLEN MATTHEW MURPHY

SHANNA GLENELLEN MATTHEW MURPHY HUBBARD -- Shanna Colleen Glenellen, daughter of John and Terri


Clines to renew marriage vows during anniversary celebration

GLENMONT-- The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Cline of Glenmont will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary


Kelly Medvec and Tom Scott to exchange vows

Announcement is being made of the engagement of Kelly Medvec, 2179 Glacier Road, New Springfield,


JILL OLENYCH JEFFREY GROAT

JILL OLENYCH JEFFREY GROAT BOARDMAN -- The wedding of Jill Olenych and Jeffrey Groat took place at


YOUNGSTOWN YSU professor helps start publishing house press

By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- After spending years making a name


COURTS

TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Barry K. Kirkpatrick, 39, of 906 Union St. S.W., Warren, and


LAURA HAZEL DAVID TERLESKY

LAURA HAZEL DAVID TERLESKY BOARDMAN -- Good Hope Lutheran Church was the setting at 3 p.m. Aug. 17


THE KOVELS | Antiques and Collecting Oak furniture sits well with stylish buyers

Oak furniture from the early 1900s is back in style again. It is selling well at flea markets and


BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVES MONDAY Greenford Christian Church, 11767 Lisbon Road, Greenford, 2 to 8 p.m. Old


Time to think ahead is now, or the future could be bleak

Opinion: Imagine if the answer had been no. Anyone who was in the Mahoning Valley 25 years ago doesn't have


Space Voyagers continue to infinity and beyond

Opinion: Twenty-five years ago, Elvis Presley died. For the thousands who flocked to his Graceland Mansion in


The DelGarbinos are honored for 50th anniversary

WARREN -- Mr. and Mrs. Guido DelGarbino of Warren celebrated their golden wedding anniversary July


Search of area where bone was found proves fruitless

The jawbone will be kept as evidence by the coroner's office. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


Ceremony to rededicate steel sculpture

YOUNGSTOWN -- A bronze sculpture crafted in 1978 to memorialize the Mahoning Valley's steel industry


CHRISTINE NOVOSEL JOSEPH FALLETI

CHRISTINE NOVOSEL JOSEPH FALLETI GIRARD -- Christine Michelle Novosel and Joseph Robert Falleti


Wal-Mart, Thrifty team up for rentals

Wal-Mart, Thrifty team up for rentals Wal-Mart Stores and Thrifty Car Rental have signed an


DISPUTE RESOLUTION SERVICES Agency asks county for funding help

The agency uses volunteers to mediate disputes and keep them out of court. By BOB JACKSON


VINYLUME PRODUCTS Wanted: more buyers

A longtime local window maker is looking for ways to grow again. By IAN HILL and CYNTHIA


SIDELIGHTS For all seniors

SCOPE Howland Senior Center, 9273 High St. N.E., Warren, has scheduled an ABC luncheon and Italian


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Dr. Heath and Karen Dorion, 203 Erskine Ave., Boardman, girl, Aug. 17. Michael and


From boiler room to school board

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Pick up a paper on April 1, 1949. Look past


The Failors to be honored at open house

PETERSBURG -- Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Failor of Petersburg will be the guests of honor at an open house


H'COMING HOME' HELPS BUILD RELAXING INTERIORS

Home is supposed to be a personal place of relaxation, a place where you can get away from the


TOUCH FOOTBALL

TOUCH FOOTBALL Casaloma Gardens -- is where the Youngstown Touch League will have a mandatory


YOUNGSTOWN Man shot in chest on South Side

Police wouldn't release the man's name. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The


SURF SLANG

SURF SLANG Learn the lingo In southern California, where surfing is as much a part of the


New principal takes the helm

The new principal said a sense of unity and excitement drew her to the community. By NANCY TULLIS


JAMES DULLEY Cut your utility bills New garage door openers are quick and quiet

Q. I have seen garage door openers that are twice as fast as mine and much quieter. I need a new


Clearys mark 50th anniversary at family reunion

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cleary of 3828 Sampson Road were honored during a family reunion


SCOTT SHALAWAY A summer for Baltimore orioles

If my mail is any indication, this has been the summer of the Baltimore oriole. Though I've often


Drive over to Prairie Dog Town

These social animals have an advanced system of communication. Near Devils Tower National Monument


GIRARD SCHOOLS Santillo focuses on the future

Girard's new superintendent is no stranger to building construction. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


SATURDAY'S RESULTS

SATURDAY'S RESULTS GIRLS TENNIS CANFIELD RED 3, BOARDMAN 2 Singles -- Rachel McGowan (C) def.


SHARON Vocal hall induction concert in Niles

Artists also will take part in a pre-induction dinner Sept. 16 at Avalon Inn & amp; Resort in


AGENDA

AGENDA MONDAY McDonald Board of Education, regular meeting, 7:30 p.m., high school art room.


JACK WOLLITZ More growth possible for tournament angling

Many of the people involved in professional fishing tournaments are comparing the development of the


'WE CAN DO TOGETHER' | A review Ohio's former first lady remembers public life

Dagmar Braun Celeste reports the memories she shared with her ex-husband with an unbiased touch.


KEYSTONE CLIPS Volunteers needed for cleanup

Shenango River Watchers is looking for volunteers to help with a cleanup along the river Saturday.


Milhoans feted at dinner party on anniversary

WARREN -- Brittany Place in Niles was the setting July 20 as friends and family members gathered to


AARP plans rally

AARP plans rally LIBERTY -- AARP is having a rally, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Holiday


YOUTH

YOUTH Olympic rifle shooting instruction Youth between 11 and 17 can participate in a upcoming


THE KOVELS | Antiques and collecting Anyone can be a collector relatively inexpensively

Collecting is for everyone. It doesn't take a lot of money. In fact, many things that are collected


CITYFEST 2002 Downtown Youngstown

FRIDAY 5 to 7 p.m.: Resurrection II. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.: Backbeat. SATURDAY 2 to 4:30 p.m.:


Miss Gavalier, Mr. Hunter set wedding date

STRUTHERS -- Plans for the early autumn wedding of Leslie Michele Gavalier, 24 E. Manor Ave., and


FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK Jamal Finley

The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking the public to help find the


WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of Aug. 18: MONDAY Post 76, American Legion, 395 W. California


LOCAL

LOCAL Pig Iron Press to host Poetry Slam YOUNGSTOWN -- Pig Iron Press will host its fourth


MIKE BRAUN Benefit will help send youth on hunt

A number of interesting items have crossed my desk recently that bear getting some ink. First of


Barber's drive is a cut above

Those who know the young entrepreneur don't doubt he will reach his goal. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY


NFL SUMMARIES

WEEKEND SUMMARIES SATURDAY FALCONS 36, GIANTS 24 New York7737--24 Atlanta1013310--36 First