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FOLLOWERS Delasin's late surge nets her tie for 3rd

The defending champion and Grace Park finished at 11-under par. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Educating the public about sickle cell

The mayor informed Stephen Morris that July is proclaimed 'Sickle Cell Month' in Youngstown in honor


Robbins' chip falls short

Her chip shot on No. 18 stopped a foot short of the cup. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

MOUNTAINEER RESULTS SUNDAY 1st--Precocious Gal (Parker)6.804.802.80 Bequia Tequila


Struthers man dies following stabbing

STRUTHERS -- A Struthers man was stabbed to death, and his estranged wife is in guarded condition


LOCAL BRIEFS

Report of damage, theft AUSTINTOWN -- A 22-year-old Pembrook Drive woman reported her car was


TRAFICANT TRIAL Juror No. 8 calls report in newspaper inaccurate

Leo Glaser said he taped the subcommittee hearing and wants to review the tape. By PATRICIA MEADE


AUSTINTOWN Fire chief says he'll get help, and it's for a good causeway

State Sen. Bob Hagan is seeking federal funds to pay for some of the I-80 causeway work. By IAN


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Johnny and Marlene Bassil, 496 Mathew Road, Boardman, girl, July 20.


We can't win for losing

Opinion: It has been said that one of humanity's greatest inventions is air conditioning. Instead of snoozing


MEANDER RESERVOIR Fire chief works hard for a good causeway

State Sen. Bob Hagan is seeking federal funds to pay for some of the I-80 causeway work. By IAN


BUCKEYES Putter helps Green tie for fifth place

The Ohioan's two 65s after a first-round 76 gave her the lowest finishing 36-hole score of her


Bader hangs tough at end

VIENNA -- If you analyzed Sunday's finish at Squaw Creek Country Club, perhaps you noticed that five


WORTH A LOOK

CRAFT SHOWS XSharpsville Area Elementary School PTO is seeking crafters to participate in a craft


LIBERTY After 40 years in cafeteria jobs, school cook turns in her apron

Juanita Rokus said farewell at the summer park program. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


YOUNGSTOWN SWEEP Criminal trespass

Police converged on the Phar-Mor parking lot at 3730 Market St. to remove 28 young people


Here they go again

Opinion: Another Mahoning County jail inmate was freed by mistake last week. That's the third in a little


Farm bureau meeting

Farm bureau meeting CORTLAND -- Terry McClure, president of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, will


COLUMBIANA Officials seek ways to eliminate deficit

The finance director said estate or income tax collections could help reduce the deficit. By NANCY


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Parents announce Baird-Pangio wedding plans

STRUTHERS -- The engagement of Jennifer R. Baird, 615 Brandon Ave., and Aaron M. Pangio, 22 Morrison


NEWTON TOWNSHIP Trustees knew of arrest before hiring of chief

The chief said he's ashamed of the conviction. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Mahoning County tops the wrong list, again

Opinion: Mahoning County boasts -- if that's the right word -- the state's highest per capita spending on the


August rite set for Miss Sabol, Mark Laurie

The engagement of Mandy J. Sabol, 9320 Knauf Road, Canfield, and Mark C. Laurie, 5377 Willowcrest


Today is Monday, July 22, the 203rd day of 2002. There are 162 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, July 22, the 203rd day of 2002. There are 162 days left in the year. On this date


Drum and bugle event planned at high school for Lake Erie FanFare

Drum and bugle event planned at high school for Lake Erie FanFare ERIE, Pa. -- Nearly 3,000 youth


NEWTON TOWNSHIP Trustees knew of DUI arrest before hiring

The chief said he's ashamed of the conviction for reckless operation. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


At 83, amputee has spirit to keep going

By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF SHE GETS UP AT 4 TO BAKE HOMEMADE bread. She makes all


Leetonia chief fields questions during probe

LEETONIA -- As the investigation of a firebombing on Butcher Road continues, Police Chief John


OHIO LAWMAKERS Strickland, Sawyer, Brown rate high in children's issues

U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. fared poorly in the children's issues survey. By DAVID SKOLNICK


TRAFICANT CASE Hearing on expulsion is scheduled for Wednesday

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr.'s


LEADERBOARD Final round

Mi Hyun Kim, $150,000 65-68-69--202 -14 Kelly Robbins, $91,325 64-68-71--203 -13 Grace Park,


HUBBARD Fireworks accident probed

Investigators returned to the scene this morning, and the remaining fireworks were set off. By


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints Christ Michelakis vs. Richard Ingram, foreclosure. Christ


Hermitage woman dies from heatstroke

Hermitage woman dies from heatstroke SHARON, Pa. -- A Hermitage woman who suffered from


Campbell man is stabbed to death

STRUTHERS -- A 44-year-old Campbell man was stabbed to death, and his estranged wife is in guarded


Mi Oh My! Kim takes it

By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF VIENNA -- She is just 5-foot-1 and weighs a little more


POLICE CALLS Liberty

Summary of police activity: July 11 Domestic violence: Police arrested a 45-year-old Youngstown


MONDAY, JULY 22 SPORTS BUDGET

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GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Auburn (22-11) at Scrappers (18-15). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


Students have always been unprepared for college

Opinion: Students have always been unprepared for college EDITOR: Once again we are hearing about how ill


Rescued from jumping

Rescued from jumping YOUNGSTOWN -- A 45-year-old Boardman man who threatened to jump from the