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Stories published January 28, 2002

Raider coach honored

Raider coach honored Mount Union's Larry Kehres was chosen the Ohio college football coach of the


NATION

NATION Report: Miller Brewing considers a merger MILWAUKEE -- Miller Brewing Co. is reportedly


Frances Santarelli to be bride of Donald Zebrasky

Plans for their upcoming marriage are being revealed by Frances Santarelli of Canfield and Donald


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Dean and Tawonna Thomas, 1309 Foster St., Austintown, girl, Jan. 27.


Ryan has a job to do: not try for congressional seat

Opinion: Ryan has a job to do: not try for congressional seat EDITOR: Surprise! Yet another of our


Parents announce Mashburn-Sharp wedding date

Plans for the upcoming marriage of Rhonda S. Mashburn, 1519 Hunters Chase, Westlake, and Todd Sharp,


What might have been

PITTSBURGH -- As Sunday dawned on the north shore of the Three Rivers, a celebration seemed


Mertz-Sammons engagement is revealed

HUBBARD -- Buffy Mertz and Matthew Sammons, both of 3349 Franklin Ave., are engaged. The


Michelle Orr, Nathaniel Sikora to wed in June

Mike and Pam Orr, 120 W. South Range Road, North Lima, and Dennis and Sandy Sikora, 1131 W. 10th


NOTEBOOK From Heinz Field

Record crowd: Sunday's attendance of 64,704 (254 above capacity) broke the record for a football


LEETONIA Village, schools plan to cooperate on sports complex

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LEETONIA -- Officials here are looking toward


Two die in crash

Two die in crash MERCER, Pa. -- Two people died after their car crashed into a tree and caught


1. REDUCING TA

BURDENS Advertise the new tax incentives. Designate a tax ombudsman to help businesses use the


1. Alex Simon

1. Alex Simon Cardinal Mooney The Cardinal Mooney High boys soccer team came within a whisper of


Bush delivers on his promise to assist the Mahoning Valley

Opinion: What former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, would not do for the predominantly Democratic


1. Thomas Albani

1. Thomas Albani Boardman Think cross country is a non-contact sport? Check out this quote by


MANUFACTURED HOUSING Retailers and buyers feel pinch as skittish lenders tighten up

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,3.103.25 Banc One, .84,38.6138.66 Clear Channel, 48.06


WORTH A LOOK

DANCES XThe Men's Club of St. Charles Church, 7325 Westview Drive, Boardman, will sponsor a


Steelers' road to the Super Bowl reaches a dead end

New England proved to be special in a 24-17 victory over Pittsburgh in the AFC Championship game.


SWITZERLAND

Opinion: SWITZERLAND Le Matin, Lausanne, Jan. 22: Unhurried but methodical, Ariel Sharon is continuing with


DETROIT New SUVs trying to be one-size-fits-all

In the United States, there is an average of nearly three cars per household. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE


Hermitage woman dies after crash

BROOKFIELD -- A 71-year-old Hermitage, Pa., woman died in Sharon Regional Health System hospital


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A warrant for Michael E. Salata is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:


Parents announce Slikfa-Evans engagement

POLAND -- Robert and Christina Slifka, 77 Alverne Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter,


Probing man's death

Probing man's death CORTLAND -- Police are investigating the death of a 41-year-old Warren man.


FEDERAL RENEWAL COMMUNITY Tax breaks expected to lure businesses

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Marketing, marketing and more marketing.


FORUM HEALTH Woloshyn to leave area for Illinois job

Woloshyn was a news reporter, anchorwoman and community leader. YOUNGSTOWN -- Evonne M. Woloshyn,


OVERTIME PAY The numbers

A councilman is questioning the amount of overtime paid to some city employees. Here's a rundown:


Tax breaks expected to lure businesses

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Marketing, marketing and more marketing.


CANFIELD Gas station holdup leads to an arrest

A man watched the scene from his truck outside the store, and gave police the vehicle's license


1. Brittany McKee

1. Brittany McKee Hubbard Brittany McKee is only a sophomore at Hubbard High School, but she's


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,3.003.20 Banc One,.84,38.8438.85 Clear Channel, 47.50


Judge sends stern message to unleashed dogs' owner

Opinion: The vicious attack by two dogs last year that left a San Francisco woman dead is once again in the


Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart, left, is consoled by running back Amos Zereoue in

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart, left, is consoled by running back Amos Zereoue in


2 charged in assault on YSU student

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 25-year-old Girard man and an unidentified man each face a charge of felonious


URSULINE

Grade: Junior. Positive influence: "I would have to say my dad and Coach Smith. My dad because he


COURTS

COURTS COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Kelly Nichols-Lee, 3447 Belden Ave., Youngstown, vs.


Mourners say farewell to Harding coach Bubba

Those who knew him said he was a teacher first and then a coach. By DOUG CHAPIN VINDICATOR


Munroe reappointed

Munroe reappointed YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Republican executive committee reappointed


Steelers hash it out over bad spot

Bill Cowher says the officials' putting the ball on the wrong hash mark was 'inexcusable.' By TOM


Car hits, kills man

Car hits, kills man YOUNGSTOWN -- An 82-year-old Cornersburg man was killed early Sunday after he


GIRARD A warning on games

No charges have been filed, and the investigation continues. GIRARD -- Police are cautioning


1. Ashlee Lemke

1. Ashlee Lemke Austintown Fitch Our athlete of the year, senior Ashlee Lemke, is truly a one-


Megan Hayes, Jason T. Old are engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Fell of Avon Lake and Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hayes of Elyria are announcing


'Pippi Longstocking' creator dies at 94

'Pippi Longstocking' creator dies at 94 STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Popular children's writer Astrid


Keenan contests worker overtime

The city paid its workers more than $200,000 in overtime during 2001. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


Wellington records names of civil deputies

Civil deputies have no law enforcement power, but they can carry the same badge as a full-time


Commissioners seek experts to fill postions

Auditor George Tablack said hiring a personnel director should be the top priority. By BOB JACKSON


TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Football First team Offense Quarterback Randy Mason, Girard,


CITY SERIES

CITY SERIES Football Offense Quarterback Ron Lampkin, Rayen, senior Running backs Ed


Police warn groups about facilities rentals

Police warn groups about facilities rentals Girard police are cautioning fraternal organizations


1. Alex Casi

1. Alex Casi East Palestine Our athlete of the year may be familiar to you; Alexandra Casi of


1. Sarah Lyras

1. Sarah Lyras Cardinal Mooney Our tennis athlete of the season was no stranger to the courts at