Old Glory defaced



Old Glory defaced
hTHIS veteran of World War II and the Korean War from Boardman is angered at vandalism against the flag he flies in his yard.
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A weekend devotedto African culture
kA COMMUNITY group has resurrected the African Cultural Weekend, which begins Friday with activities at The Rayen School.
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ENTERTAINMENT EXTRA
Post-9/11 TV
kHISTORIC moments often become the lynchpins of television stories. This year, we see 9/11 references seemingly everywhere.
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NATION
Saving U.S. bases
kMEMBERS of Congress who want to ensure that military bases in their states don't close say President Bush's plan to move 70,000 troops stationed in Europe and Asia back to the United States strengthens their case.
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BUSINESS
Profitable donation
kWHEN DONATING a vehicle to charity, exercise caution. Not every donor can claim a hefty tax deduction, and not every charity ends up with a clear gain.
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HEALTH
This cramp remedycuts the mustard
kHERBAL PHARMACY columnists Joe and Teresa Graedon tell how yellow mustard has been known to relieve discomfort from common leg cramps.
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SPORTS
Scrappers still hot
kTHE MAHONING VALLEY Scrappers won their fifth game in a row Wednesday, a 14-5 victory over Auburn.
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