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OHIO Night drawings: Mega Millions: 11-19-28-32-45 Mega Ball: 10 Pick 3: 0-5-6 Pick 4: 7-2-1-3


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS FRIDAY 1st--Special Offer (Beech) 15.406.803.60 Castle Hill (Davila)

Spring tea serves as fund-raiser

Reservations for the tea party are due by April 13. POLAND -- The meeting room at Poland Library,

Mayfair in lead, weather winning

Mayfair was one of 63 players who did not finish their round. ASSOCIATED PRESS DULUTH, Ga. --

Director finds a piece of himself in 'Millions'

A career of departures turns in yet another direction. By DIXIE REID SCRIPPS HOWARD Danny

HOW HE SEES IT Beware the man with short index finger

Opinion: By BILL FERGUSON KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Hey guys -- have you been thinking about signing up

Museum offers spin through history

The facility is the only outdoor windmill museum in the nation. KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (AP) -- At the

TELEVISION Kojak returns to cable

This Kojak follows a different New York street. By DUSTY SAUNDERS SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE

Indians beat Braves -- then lose in 10th

The Pirates beat the Twins in a regular season tuneup. ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA -- Tim Hudson

WINNING NUMBERS | March 26-April 1

OHIO Friday 4/1 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Buckeye 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball, Day

Near-perfect lap gives Herta pole

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Bryan Herta felt the pressure after messing up the lap that was

Area residents flock together in Florida

There were 95 relocated Newton Falls Tigers in attendance this winter. DAVENPORT, Fla. -- Some

Clijsters rebounds from injury, tops Sharapova for the Nasdaq title

Roger Federer plays Rafael Nadal for the men's title today. KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) -- From corner


MONDAY XWoodland will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the village recreation center. TUESDAY XA 40th

COSMETICS Makeup counter offers some real dangers, too

Bacteria showed up when students tested at department stores. STAMFORD ADVOCATE The siren songs

West gets tourism boost

The nearing bicentennial of the historical journey has tourists stopping at sites. BISMARCK, N.D.

Deron starts with D: Illini guard shuts down Garcia

The Louisville standout scored a season-low four points on 2 of 10 shooting. ST. LOUIS (AP) --

Powell steps up for 2nd-half surge

After early foul trouble, Illinois' big man finished with 20 points. ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Roger

Schwellinger- Thomas date set for late summer

XEngaged and planning a summer wedding are Susan Schwellinger and Travis Thomas, 524 E. Liberty St.,


LIFE & amp;WORK Time change pains k DAYLIGHT-SAVING TIME, which began at 2 a.m. today,

Styles have changed over time

The most important step was the invention of the overhead garage door. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

U.N. chief jumps the gun in saying he won't resign

Opinion: United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan's "Hell no" reply when asked if he would resign in light

Mahoning Valley students win Achievement Scholarships

More than 120,000 students were in the competition. The National Achievement Scholarship program

PLAY BALL! Schilling, Bonds begin on sidelines

The American League season opens tonight in Yankee Stadium. By RONALD BLUM ASSOCIATED PRESS

Local residents sing the pontiff's praises

A Valley Jewish organization praised the pope for improving relations between Jews and Catholics.

Interest in garden items is blossoming

Gardening was an important pastime in America in the late 19th century. By the middle of the


WHAT TO DO Experts agree the risk of contracting an infection from using samples at the makeup


FUGITIVE OF WEEK John Bryant The FBI and Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown are asking the

Richter-Kiraly ceremony set for September 2006

XNEWTON FALLS -- David and Debi Richter 15034 Robinson Road, are announcing the engagement of their

Floods are nature's way of showing who's boss

Opinion: Floods are nature's way of showing who's boss EDITOR: In response to the letter of March 27,




TIME CHANGE It's time to spring ahead and lose an hour of sleep. Daylight savings time begins at 2

HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY Mildred Brant

Birth date: March 20, 1905. Residence: Boardman. Celebration: A party was held March 20 at Mr.

Fighting on a second front

Opinion: Miami Herald: Military veterans who fight and are injured in service to their country shouldn't have


PLAYERPOST.HT.WT.YEARHOMETOWN 1-Jason PerryCB5-8160Jr.Warrensville Heights. 2-Mike AndrewsLB6-


UHS students inducted YOUNGSTOWN -- Ursuline High School recently inducted the following students

SCHIAVO CASE Faiths differ on theology of dying

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Editor's note: Prior to the death of Terri Schiavo on March 31, the


'ALL MY CHILDREN' While Lily identified Braden as the man who killed Edmund, Ethan still insisted

Twins survive struggle in womb

In about half of the cases of this rare condition, both twins die. YOUNGSTOWN -- Connor and

Playhouse production will bring art alive

The fun-filled evening will start with a benefit party. YOUNGSTOWN -- Arts Alive II, a benefit

Tennessee's next big test is upstart Michigan State

The Lady Vols have the most tradition of the Final Four teams. ASSOCIATED PRESS INDIANAPOLIS --

3 picked for Hall of Fame

Ken Jakubec, Gaza Kochy and Ron Voitus have been honored. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Road

Police probe theft of $30,000 from charitable agency

No charges have been filed in the case. YOUNGSTOWN -- City police are investigating the theft of

Shues plan movie project

Shues plan movie project LOS ANGELES -- When we say "Gracie" is a family flick, we mean it. That


SCOUTS Harvey honored Brandon E. Harvey, son of Larry and Phyllis Harvey of Austintown, received

Augustus overwhelming choice as player of year; McCallie tabbed

Their teams could meet in the NCAA Championship game on Tuesday. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- LSU's


MAHONING COUNTY Forum Health At Home offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 11 locations in

Ramsbottom 50th celebrated at party hosted by children

XSTRUTHERS -- Brad and Dorothy Ramsbottom of Struthers celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary

Choffin Career Center now features its own production studio.

Choffin Career Center now features its own production studio. YOUNGSTOWN -- Unlike many movie and

About that lost hour

About that lost hour kThe Vindicator surveyed Valley residents on what hour of the day would they

Feds to meet with Warren, police officials


Madsen goes for 20 career wins at Ohio State

COLUMBUS -- Pitcher Mike Madsen of Canfield is in his last season for the Ohio State University

Air quality in Mahoning Valley to be forecast daily

AUSTINTOWN -- The Eastgate Regional Council of Governments has begun daily air quality forecasts.

Cerny pitches Lakeview past Ursuline, 4-1

YOUNGSTOWN -- Freshman Kailynn Cerny allowed only three hits and struck out six as Lakeview High

Use a helper with your circular saw

If you don't use your power tools on a pretty regular basis, you may need a little bit of help when

Ex-Harding girls basketball coach pleads innocent to killing his wife

Her body was found in a closet in the couple's home. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


'HOTEL' Moby V2, s Need a good night's sleep? Check into Moby's "Hotel," because the sample-

SOFTBALL Canfield wins S.C. tourney; Boardman is 3rd

Mooney posted its first win while South Range won a league game. MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Freshman

& lt;B & gt;ALEXANDER, & lt;/B & gt; Pearl Josephine, 78, of

& lt;B & gt;ALEXANDER, & lt;/B & gt; Pearl Josephine, 78, of Youngstown, formerly of

Rental cars cheaper at nonairport sites

Rental cars cheaper at nonairport sites WASHINGTON -- Taxes and fees for car rentals this year

Butt of unkind jokes should find new friends

Dear Annie: I am a 16-year-old girl having trouble with teasing. I've had low self-confidence issues

Blasko-Dunn date announced by their parents

XThe engagement of Joy Elizabeth Blasko of Boardman and Joshua Matthew Dunn of Negley is being


55-PLUS MINERAL RIDGE XMembers of 55-Plus Club of Mineral Ridge will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at

The pet adoption reunited one man with his dog who had run away.

The pet adoption reunited one man with his dog who had run away. BOARDMAN -- Anyone familiar with

HOW HE SEES IT Cobalt could show way to brighter future

Opinion: By ERIC PLANEY SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Sunday morning, my good friend Tony Paolone (another

& lt;B & gt;BOBBY, & lt;/B & gt; Margaret A., 64, of Boardman;

& lt;B & gt;BOBBY, & lt;/B & gt; Margaret A., 64, of Boardman; calling hours Tuesday

'1-2-3 IMAGINE' Sesame Street Live fascinates children

Adults can come under the spell as well. By L. CROW VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT YOUNGSTOWN --

MiniPage activities meet many state and national educational standards. This week's standards:

MiniPage activities meet many state and national educational standards. This week's standards:

MUSLIM FAITH Pair of women work toward changing face of Islam

Many believe it is a violation of Islamic law when a woman leads men in prayer. During her

Has-been assessments disturb retiring Wallace

The former series champion has struggled since 2003. BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) -- Nothing makes Rusty

Licenses for dogs to be inspected in Mercer County

MERCER, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will

Mourners gathered in St. Peter's Square and Poland to honor 'a marvelous man.'

Mourners gathered in St. Peter's Square and Poland to honor 'a marvelous man.' VATICAN CITY (AP)

SPRING TRENDS Suited for action

You don't have to reserve new spring clothes for picnics and parties. Many of the season's freshest

High-flying fun

THE VINDICATOR GRAVITY HAS ITS ADVANTAGES BUT weightlessness is where all of the fun is. At least

West Branch, Leetonia win division titles at Cope

North Canton won the Division I and overall championship. SALEM -- North Canton Hoover, West

Barry Bonds placed on 15-day DL

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- The San Francisco Giants placed Barry Bonds on the 15-day disabled list

Tibetan healing arts tour to stop in Girard

GIRARD -- The Sacred Earth and Healing Arts of Tibet, a national tour of representatives from the

Research focuses on heart disease

DALLAS MORNING NEWS DALLAS -- New research from two teams of Dallas scientists may lead to better

YMCA aims to build new branch

The Boardman branch has about 12,000 members. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

hOhio photographer publishes new book

hOhio photographer publishes new book Environmental photographer Ian Adams, a Cuyahoga Falls


Composting seminars CANFIELD -- The Green Team, Mahoning County's recycling agency, will host two


PULSE TEEN CLUB Concert schedule Avon Oaks Ballroom will host a grand opening April 9 of a new

Petland store chain says new law in Athens unfairly singles it out

Athens hopes the law reduces the number of pets the shelter kills each year. ATHENS (AP) -- A pet

Client initiated sex, attorney says

The encounter took place while the assistant prosecutor worked in his private practice. By

Runners ward off uninvited April chills

Harding's Jay Provitt was named MVP of the East Palestine invitational. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

Parasites may be the cause of her guinea pig's irritability

Dear Heloise: I read the letter from a reader about her problems with her guinea pig. Perhaps she

Top 10

TOP 10 Golf courses The top public courses (with greens fees) in America, from Golf Magazine:

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL DeChellis' triples lead Range

Springfield and Western Reserve posted non-league victories. STRUTHERS -- Joe Marino's double and

Billboards are no substitute for show of force on streets

Opinion: Just days after U.S. Attorney Greg White, U.S. Marshal Peter J. Elliot and Youngstown Police Chief

Provocative play prompts discourse

Talking about attitudes proves to be a part of the process. By L. CROW VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

'So glad to be back' in Struthers

The private circus is used to raise money for various charities. STRUTHERS -- Leland Clegg is

HOW HE SEES IT U.S. gives Pakistan, its ally, a pass

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS President Bush and his administration have no problem

CAL THOMAS Liberal bias in colleges bleeds into classrooms

Opinion: You had better sit down and firmly grip your bowl of Corn Flakes while reading this shocking news:

Today is Saturday, April 2, the 92nd day of 2005. There are 273 days left in the year. A reminder:

Opinion: Today is Saturday, April 2, the 92nd day of 2005. There are 273 days left in the year. A reminder:

Pope John Paul II

Opinion: Members of an entire generation of Catholics have been baptized, received their first Holy

EMPLOYMENT City job fair held for first time

The organizer hopes to make it an annual event. YOUNGSTOWN -- Nicholas Inchak is keeping his


VETERANS Brooks to speak YOUNGSTOWN -- Brig. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, U.S. Army Chief of Public

Company may change tune about breaks

The company criticized Boeing for accepting similar tax reductions. SEATTLE (AP) -- The parent of

NBA ROUNDUP | News and notes

Race for final playoff spots tight: Recent slumps have all but removed the New York Knicks from the

NBA ROUNDUP | Friday's other games

Mavericks 100, 76ers 83 PHILADELPHIA -- Dirk Nowitzki scored 29 points, going 14-for-14 from the

The Vindicator

The Vindicator UNDER THE LIGHTS: Svetlana performs her aerial chiffon during the opening night of

Divine Mercy services

Divine Mercy services CAMPBELL -- The public is invited to join St. Elizabeth, St. John the


INFORMATION If you go Mid-America Windmill Museum: or (260)

hanks in part to Andrew Revella's vision, many teenagers soon will find themselves in tune with another positive beat.

hanks in part to Andrew Revella's vision, many teenagers soon will find themselves in tune with

WFMJ again clear winner of sweeps

News holds its own with the overall audience. THE VINDICATOR YOUNGSTOWN -- If ever there was a

St. Paul Homes set to open new facility

The health care center will be able to serve 192 residents. GREENVILLE, Pa. -- St. Paul Homes

GARDEN FORUM | Activities planned

Call Eleanor Young, (330) 758-8273, or Dorothy Haddox, (330) 799-1613, for reservations or



MIKE HARDEN Stained-glass artist concentrates on his message

Michael Whapham remembers precisely what led him to his youthful fascination with stained glass:

It is a question of life, death and cost

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY The Terri Schiavo case reminds us that Americans are




SIGNATURE EVENTS IN 2005 June 1 to July 4, "Explore! The Big Sky," Fort Benton, Great Falls,

Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2005. There are 272 days left in the year. On this date in

Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2005. There are 272 days left in the year. On this date in

High Fly streaks to Fla. win

Trainer Nick Zito snapped his winless streak in the Florida Derby. HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. (AP) --

Sharing realities of school

The teacher hopes her experiences give people an even-handed perspective. CLEVELAND (AP) -- The

'Forget-Me-Not' gala focuses on the future

The black-tie event will feature a tribute to retired Judge Robert Lisotto. BOARDMAN -- Plans are

Doors available in many styles

A door can cost from around $900 to more than $10,000. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS SANTA ANA,

Spring wedding for Kelly Naples, Marek Radomski

XCANFIELD -- George and Robin Naples, 166 Hilltop Blvd., are announcing the engagement of their


YSU Basketball program needs cash for better salaries Fanfare: This is not an indictment or


Lecture Wednesday SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Dr. Alondra Oubre, a medical anthropologist and author of

IRAQ 32 injured in attack on Abu Ghraib

A lieutenant said the attack was well-organized. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents attacked the Abu

The vicar of Vatican City told thousands in St. Peter's Square that death was imminent.

The vicar of Vatican City told thousands in St. Peter's Square that death was imminent. CHICAGO

BASEBALL Red Sox, Yankees launch season

The longtime rivalry resumes tonight in Yankee Stadium. NEW YORK (AP) -- They are linked, like

Speaker tells students how to meet, date, mate

Ellen Gootblatt gave no-nonsense advice about how to find a mate for life. YOUNGSTOWN -- Ellen


300 GAMES Arrowhead Lanes: Mark Towler Jr. in S.A.B.A. Tour. Bellwick: Rex Rager in Spiech

NBA Cavaliers take royal beating as Kings score season high

Cleveland fell to sixth place in the East with the 128-109 blowout loss. CLEVELAND (AP) -- For

Sabathia is centerpiece, eyes return to playoffs

He was a rookie four seasons ago when Cleveland made the playoffs. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Four Octobers


FRIDAY'S SCORES BASEBALL Hubbard 3, Chaney 1 Western Reserve 14-18, Rayen 4-0 Canton Central