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Traficant's questions will be under scrutiny

The judge is the final arbiter on whether a question is relevant or proper. By PATRICIA MEADE


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Raymond F. Byrd, 38, of 537 W. Hylda Ave., Youngstown, and


WARREN Girard downs JFK to set up showdown with Hubbard

Tealle Hunkus led the Indians with 15 points. By SAL MARINO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT WARREN --


TIPS FOR TROUSERS How to wear season's slacks

Cambio, upscale manufacturer of fashion-savvy women's pants and jeans, offers tips on how to wear


DENIAL

DENIAL Circuit court In denying U.S. Rep James A. Traficant Jr.'s request for a stay of his


MENSWEAR Casual Fridays may have gone too far

Apparel alliance contends that pride in work is reflected by pride in appearance. BALTIMORE SUN


GREENFORD Tips for growing giant pumpkins

The 1995 seminar helped one eventual world-record holder beef up his pumpkins. By NANCY TULLIS


MONDAY'S GAMES

MONDAY'S GAMES Toronto 100, Philadelphia 93 New Jersey 117, Sacramento 83 Houston 104, Utah 97


Super Bowl underdogs' bite was worse than their bark

Opinion: In case the Super Bowl pre-game favorite St. Louis Rams are still wondering who let the underdogs


FARRELL Some traffic barriers will go

Similar barricades in Sharon should be removed this year. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


TRUMBULL CO. Robbery suspects being arraigned

A handgun also was recovered from the snow. WARREN -- Four bank robbery suspects were to be


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Rick and Kelley Horvath, 4301 E. Candy Apple Court, New Middletown, girl, Feb. 3.


Judge sets tone with firm warning

A federal prosecutor complained to the judge about the congressman's behavior. By PATRICIA MEADE


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAIRD & lt;/B & gt;, Richard G., 64, of Canfield;


Coke plant workers roll with punches

They are shutting down their own jobs. WARREN -- A millwright at the LTV Warren coke plant slated


YSU

YSU Men's tennis DAYTON -- Youngstown State dropped a 6-1 decision to Dayton over the weekend


In elegant courtroom, stage is set

The judge's exquisite courtroom hasn't changed much since 1910. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


Allegheny finds hot hand in second half to upend Alfred

MEADVILLE, Pa. -- Nick Catanzarite scored 23 points to lead four Allegheny College players in double


Farrell officials to look into fight on their own

There were accusations that Sharon police used too much force and directed it only at Farrell


Police capture four suspects in robbery of credit union

A handgun also was recovered. WARREN -- Four bank robbery suspects were expected to be arraigned


GIRLS BASKETBALL Spartans win rare meeting

Boardman and Poland had not played each other since 1995. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS


MAHONING VALLEY Feeling left out, union weighs giving less help to Democrats

The party chairman says he should have gotten labor leaders involved in the selection process. By


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

GIRLS BASKETBALL MONDAY'S SCORES AREA Ursuline 62, Chaney 33 Rayen 63, Campbell 30 Fitch 63,


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT *The address for the U.S. Geologic Survey recreational Web site is


COLUMBIANA COUNTY The price is right? Official checks out store scanners to make sure

Consumers should ensure prices are being rung up accurately, a county official advises. By NORMAN


TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Late surge leads Hubbard past Champion

The Eagles finished with a 17-1 run to break the game open. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS


Salem bookstore plans VBS workshop

Salem bookstore plans VBS workshop SALEM -- Lion and Lamb Christian Resources will preview new


REGION

REGION Northwest Airlink will add Akron flight AKRON -- Northwest Airlink will add a regional


YOUNGSTOWN

YOUNGSTOWN Health grant Youngstown Health Department has received three federal grants totaling


Police detain 3 juveniles after beating

STRUTHERS -- An 18-year-old Edison Street man was assaulted and robbed of about $675 by three


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,3.103.23 Banc One,.84,35.1035.13 Clear Channel,


GIRLS BASKETBALL South Range cruises past Jackson-Milton

NORTH JACKSON -- South Range High rushed out to a 12-point lead in the first quarter and went on to


Voyeurism at Fitch

Voyeurism at Fitch AUSTINTOWN -- A Lanterman Road man has been arrested in the videotaping of a


CURBSTONE Bell, Hirschbeck on same crew

The major league umpire tickled funnybones during a speech Monday. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Board pushes to buy new voting system

Commissioners want the system to pay for itself through cost savings. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Stars and Stripes should be kept in good condition

Opinion: Stars and Stripes should be kept in good condition EDITOR: In the last few weeks driving around


Strike three

Strike three Baseball owners are 0-for-3 in Minnesota's courts, virtually ensuring that the Twins


Workers' comp payments more than just a windfall

Opinion: Time certainly was money for the 260 officials from area county, city and village governments,


English's bill aims to protect retirees

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. Phil English of Erie, R-21st, has introduced legislation that would protect


PARKER HANNIFIN Workers ratify a four-year contract

Workers will receive better pay and benefits but will have to contribute to their health insurance.


NEW CASTLE County election bureau is still doing recounts

Only 54 votes separate the two candidates. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW


WARREN Roundtable to focus on growth

Invitations were issued for the discussion. WARREN -- Mayor Hank Angelo is stumping for small


LTV Union effort to find buyer continues

LTV began shutting down the coke plant Saturday, meaning the plant has little time left. By PETER


WARREN Union objects to new position

The hall's manager said the position is not new and won't take away work from union members. By


"This trial is not going to be a donnybrook. You will behave yourself in this courthouse."

"This trial is not going to be a donnybrook. You will behave yourself in this courthouse." U.S.


New guidelines urge tests for kidney disease

New guidelines urge tests for kidney disease WASHINGTON -- Almost 20 million adult Americans have


Probe continues into brawl at game

Future Sharon-Farrell athletic contests could be in jeopardy. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


SHARON Probe continues into brawl at game

Future Sharon-Farrell athletic contests could be in jeopardy. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


Victory Lutheran Church, 2110 Glenwood Ave., Youngstown, free clothing, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday,

Victory Lutheran Church, 2110 Glenwood Ave., Youngstown, free clothing, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday,


A CYNICAL, POLITICAL ACT

Opinion: A CYNICAL, POLITICAL ACT Washington Post: The Bush administration has seized on the widely