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Pool has scuba, swimming lessons

Pool has scuba, swimming lessons HUBBARD -- Scuba classes will be conducted from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on


Opinion: BRITAIN The Financial Times, London, Feb. 5: The spotlight of the Enron investigators is moving to

GREENVILLE Republican senator to tour through district

The legislator will reveal his plans at five stops in three counties. GREENVILLE, Pa. -- State


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.91 3.05 Banc One,.84,35.8235.89 Clear Channel, 48.64


MOUNTAINEER PARK SUNDAY RESULTS 1st--Stuka's Tale (Zimmer.)30.8014.209.80 Veazey

REP. TRAFICANT Next phase in jury choice

Traficant can eliminate 10 prospective jurors and three alternates without a reason. By PATRICIA


TODAY Alpine Skiing At Snowbasin Ski Area Women's Downhill, Noon Biathlon At Soldier


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Charles McGhee, 531 Aetna St., Salem, vs. Kathryn McGhee, 531

Parents announce Nellis-Burnside engagement

CANFIELD -- James and Patricia Nellis, 448 Greenmont Drive, announce the engagement of their

Man, 5 women to face charges

YOUNGSTOWN -- Police arrested five women suspected of engaging in prostitution, and a man alleged to

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Kara Lockshaw, Brian Perdue to wed in autumn

The engagement of Kara Lockshaw and Brian Perdue, both of Olmsted Falls, is announced by the bride-

ON TELEVISION Winter Olympics

TODAY (NBC) 4-5 p.m. -- Snowboard (men's halfpipe), luge (men's singles) 8-11:30 p.m. --

with Mustansir Mir

with Mustansir Mir Age: 53 Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan; lives in Boardman. Occupation:

Officers' remains found at trade center site

Officers' remains found at trade center site NEW YORK -- The remains of five Port Authority

BY THE NUMBERS What they get

Ohio limits school board pay to no more than $80 a meeting. Local boards may limit the number of

Bujdos-Lathom engagement is announced

MARSHALL, Mich. -- Edward Jr. and Joan Bujdos, 412 Allen Road, announce the engagement of their

LTV CORP. Local companies keep plant idling

A legal agreement to keep the plant idling was being worked on today. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR

Layoffs at Kent-Salem

Layoffs at Kent-Salem SALEM -- State budget cuts are largely responsible for recent layoffs at

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A felony warrant for Robert W. Stanko is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this

JEWELRY Real gem of a deal cut by Brad Pitt with firm

KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Brad Pitt has a new baby, but not the kind that requires diapers. It's

SCHOOL BOARDS Pay likely to increase in Ohio

While Ohio contemplates raising pay for board members, Pennsylvania stands firm against any pay.

WORD OF LIFE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Split puts pupils in middle

By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER HOWLAND -- The polished corridors and immaculate

Agency works to get the word out

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- It may look like any other doctor's office,

Buckeyes fall out of lead

Buckeyes fall out of lead Ohio State's torturous four-game road swing through the Big Ten

Robbery, threat, drug arrests in Boardman

BOARDMAN -- Police investigated a robbery and motor vehicle threat and made some drug-related

TRAFICANT TRIAL Next phase in jury choice

Traficant can strike 10 prospective jurors and three alternates without giving a reason. By

STANDINGS Horizon League

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AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education regular meeting, 7 p.m., 20 West Wood St. Open


St. Elizabeth Mark and Mary Beth Christoff, 7190 Kirk Road, Canfield, boy, Feb. 9. Charles P.

Grimm-Lee engagement is announced

CANFIELD -- Announcement is being made by Gary and Janice Grimm, 7707 Youngstown-Salem Road, of the

Akron Dem seeks seat

Many in the new congressional district have never been represented by the congressman. By DAVID

MAHONING COUNTY Endorsement prompts new look at pay-for-stay jail plan

The state auditor said pay-for-stay could bring in nearly $90,000 a year. By BOB JACKSON

WARREN Crews spruce up city parks

No money from the tax increase is being used to operate parks, the mayor stressed. By AMANDA C.

CHILD SUPPORT Ohio: Pay up or lose your license

Three agencies are involved in the program. COLUMBUS -- Parents can lose their driver's licenses

COLUMBIANA CORNER Attendance pleases official

Meetings of many public bodies typically are sparsely attended by the public. But that wasn't the


REGION Tax workshop focuses on small businesses YOUNGSTOWN -- A free small-business tax workshop

Moore-Yates wedding plans are announced

BOARDMAN -- Mrs. Sandra Moore, 7621 Spring Park Drive, is announcing the engagement of her daughter,

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Troopers will cite seat belt slackers

Motorists had better buckle up, a highway patrol commander said. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

NORDIC COMBINED Alborn, Lodwich laying groundwork

They are competing in events which the U.S. has only won two medals ever. By MARK SAPPENFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY Boardman grabs league crown, 5-1

For the second time in three years the Spartans beat Mooney-Ursuline. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR

Miss McKinney, Mr. Wilson set wedding date

SALEM -- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McKinney, 1871 Bentley Drive, are announcing the engagement of their

Middle Eastern students find safety in America

Opinion: Of the few Middle Eastern students studying at American colleges and universities who returned to


ANTIQUE SHOWS XBay Village Women's Club and Foundation will hold an antique show and sale from 10

Lighting the fire within as Olympic Games begin

Opinion: The Olympic Games have come to the United States at just the right time. Friday night, a record

YSU has sweet deal for its fans

Thursday is Valentine's Day and Youngstown State University has a sweetheart of a deal going on for

YOUNGSTOWN Panel charges Fla. official with selling public document

The ethics panel contends the Youngstown manual was virtually a copy of Florida's. By ROGER G.

Religious right trying to scuttle science standards

Opinion: Religious right trying to scuttle science standards EDITOR: Who is behind the drive to force ID

Man struck by vehicle

Man struck by vehicle AUSTINTOWN -- A 21-year-old Austintown man is in critical condition at St.