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IN THE CUP Area aces

James Rinehart of Boardman aced the 177-yard ninth hole at Deer Creek Golf Course, using a 5-iron.


KEYSTONE CLIPS Increased security limits tours

There will be no open public tours of the Shenango Dam on Shenango River Lake in Mercer County this


WNBA ROUNDUP | Saturday's game

Sparks 72, Liberty 64 LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Sparks' hopes for an undefeated season were


Ready for a better showing

Ready for a better showing Four years after flopping in the World Cup, the United States travels


AREA GOLF SCORES

MEN Penn-Ohio League (at VFW) -- Warren 40, Sharon 24.5, Youngstown 20.5, New Castle 10. Joe


GAME TIME Today

Who: Indians (Colon 5-3) at Blue Jays (Prokopec 2-6). When: 1:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570),


DIV. III DISTRICT TRACK MEET Cayson, Chaves lead JFK to crowns

Josh Cayson and Lauren Chaves were standouts for the Eagles' boys and girls track teams. ANDOVER


A SUPER-ACHIEVER The Kevin Libeg file

Named Hubbard High's "Most Outstanding Senior, Class of 2002" by senior classmates Named school's


A tale of two mothers

Opinion: Psychologists say that there are five or six basic profiles for women who kill their own children.


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Suspect in slaying

Suspect in slaying WARREN -- City police have a suspect in custody for the slaying of a man late


Girard schools should act quickly to restore trust

Opinion: If the reported allegations against Joseph Shoaf, former Girard schools superintendent, of drug use


Residents complain of crime in streets

A councilman said addressing crime will take the combined efforts of police and residents. By


Exhibit at Packard

Exhibit at Packard WARREN -- An exhibit of tractors, trucks and "big boy toys" runs Tuesday


CLEVELAND INDIANS

CLEVELAND INDIANS Today -- at Toronto, 1:05 p.m. Monday -- Detroit, 1:05 p.m. Tuesday --


BOARDMAN BUSINESS Technically, Microsys makes specialty software

The Boardman-based company has dealers marketing its medical office software in 25 states. By


DISTRICT TENNIS Trapps, Shah lose title matches

The Poland doubles team of Colin Larouere and Rodrigo Catunda finished third. VINDICATOR STAFF


PROFILE

PROFILE Microsys Computing Inc. Founded: 1983 as a one-man home business. What it does:


DIVISION III TRACK Tiger frosh breaks record

South Range's Julie Nemergut won the 3200 and was second in the 1600. By MARK W. MILLER


At Home Federal, the customers bank on familiar faces, service

The average employee at the one-branch bank has been there for more than 20 years. By DON SHILLING


Inside

Inside The third time was the charm for the Poland High baseball team. After two straight runner-


A few of my favorite peeves

A few things that have irked me, while reminding myself it's only a game: U One theory on why the


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Titans can count on Culp

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Kevin Culp of Canfield is serious about playing baseball and studying


BASEBALL Kevin Libeg will be asset for Penguins

The Masury native brings a "special" background from Hubbard High to YSU and its baseball team. By


Poland makes right turn toward regional tourney

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF STRUTHERS -- The third time proved to be doubly charming


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Friendship cited as reason Mancini, Arroyo never met

It's the fight everyone wanted to see: Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini vs. Harry Arroyo. It never


Workshop targets food-safety lessons

Workshop targets food-safety lessons NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A basic food-safety workshop for nonprofit


LOCAL

LOCAL Rupert-Duchek take over lead CANFIELD -- By rolling 1,473, Jerri Rupert and Jerry Duchek


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Jack's Star(W Case Jr)3.802.602.20


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL TOURNAMENT LINESCORE DIVISION II POLAND 9, CANFIELD 3 Poland0016200--


Boardman bunches district titles again

The boys and girls track teams finished first in the Division I meet, complementing baseball and


More concerns raised about Ryan's candidacy

Opinion: EDITOR: There are three columnists I invariably read every Sunday as they often offer daring