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Today is Tuesday, April 5, the 95th day of 2005. There are 270 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, April 5, the 95th day of 2005. There are 270 days left in the year. On this date


LOTTERY RESULTS MONDAY'S DRAWINGS

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 2-7-6 Pick 4, 0-5-4-4 Rolling Cash 5: 4-7-8-17-33 Day


Michelle Matun is fianc & eacute;e of Michael Garbera

XCOLUMBIANA -- Announced by Thomas and Karen Matun, 105 Village Court, is the engagement of their


Report recommends replacing old building

One trustee believes it may be possible to build a new station at a lower cost. By DENISE DICK


Will Iraqis accept give and take?

Opinion: If you care when American soldiers will come home from Iraq, pay attention to the power struggle in


MONDAY'S RESULTS SOFTBALL WEST BRANCH 14, ST. THOMAS 1

MONDAY'S RESULTS SOFTBALL WEST BRANCH 14, ST. THOMAS 1 West Branch16421--14131 St. Thomas10000--


SURPLUS CLOTHING

SURPLUS CLOTHING Victory Lutheran Church, 2110 Glenwood Ave., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday,


ROY WILLIAMS' RETURN TO HIS ALMA MATER RESULTED IN THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TWO YEARS LATER.

Roy Williams' return to his alma mater resulted in the national championship two years later. ST.


Zimbabwe's election lives up to expectation: It was a joke

Opinion: If Americans wonder why the just completed parliamentary election in the southern African nation of


Group presses for priest to move

Retired priest has been instructed to have no involvement with the school. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


WINNING NUMBERS | April 2-8

OHIO Friday 4/8 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Buckeye 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball, Day


Wellington: If tax fails, some violent inmates will go free

The sheriff and other officials met with the jail's newly appointed special master. YOUNGSTOWN --


XThe Chalker Alumni Banquet is taking place April 23. For information and reservations call (330)

XThe Chalker Alumni Banquet is taking place April 23. For information and reservations call (330)


Interviews begin in cop probe in Warren

The officials with the justice department will have the city's 'utmost cooperation,' the mayor said.


Pope excelled as Christian disciple

Opinion: By GEORGE WEIGEL SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE When Pope John Paul II was hospitalized in


Followers begin long goodbye

It is expected that 2 million visitors will pay homage to the pope before he is buried. KNIGHT


Suit filed for injured girl

The girl suffered permanent injuries, according to the lawsuit. WARREN -- The father of a child


Education pays off for black women

Opinion: By SHERYL McCARTHY LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Black women have heard a lot of bad news about themselves


Council OKs pact with Indian tribe

Council voted 4-2 to pass the ordinance. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Agenda Wednesday

Agenda Wednesday Mahoning Unlimited Classroom Board of Directors, 2 p.m., Mahoning County


Suspect's fate now in hands of jury

The prosecutor called the defendant a 'con artist.' YOUNGSTOWN -- A Mahoning County jury is


Lawton looks good in leadoff spot

The right fielder was acquired from the Indians in an offseason trade. By TOM WILLIAMS


Orrico-Conti vows to be exchanged in spring ceremony

XPOLAND -- Dr. and Mrs. John S. Conti of Poland are announcing the engagement of their son, Dr.


BILL TAMMEUS American Catholics still divided

Opinion: The death of Karol Jozef Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II, finds American Catholics at a crossroads.


Plans revealed for Miss DellaPenna, Mr. McDonough

XAUSTIN, Texas -- Maureen DellaPenna and Matthew McDonough, both of 1011 Keeshond Place, are


"My generation was brought up on right or wrong with no in between, and red was always in your face.

Opinion: "My generation was brought up on right or wrong with no in between, and red was always in your face.


The importance of Title IX

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: When it comes to sports and the law, Title IX looms like a heavyweight champ --


FINAL FOUR ROUNDUP \ News and notes

Felton wins Cousy award: North Carolina's Raymond Felton was a winner before the NCAA championship


Search for school chief moves ahead

The school board will have an experienced pool of candidates to interview. WARREN -- Their job


& lt;B & gt;BAKER, & lt;/B & gt; Robert E., 95, of Canfield; calling

& lt;B & gt;BAKER, & lt;/B & gt; Robert E., 95, of Canfield; calling hours Thursday


Christy Eazor engaged to marry John Pompoco III

XCORTLAND -- The engagement of Christy Eazor, daughter of Michael and Deborah Eazor, 300 Stahl Ave.,


VFW AWARD Contest winners are announced

The VFW and auxiliary sponsor the scholarship program. SEBRING -- District Eight Veterans of


Play ball

Play ball k ATTENDING his 60th consecutive Pirates opening day, Blue Marrucii threw out the first


Banko-Thake engagement is made known

XAnnouncement is being made of the engagement of Melissa Jo Banko of Austintown, daughter of Lenora


PIRATES ROUNDUP \ News and notes

Attendance: Monday's paid attendance of 38,016 was the largest opening day and ninth overall largest


MYRIAM MARQUEZ He suffered with dignity

Opinion: Pope John Paul II not only was an unwavering defender of the sanctity of life and the church's


WOMAN DIES IN WRECK

Woman dies in wreck MERCER, Pa. -- Jean Collers, 60, of Grove City, Pa., died around 9 a.m. Sunday


Simplify overseas use of telephone cards

Dear Heloise: My son was deployed to Iraq and is now safely home again, but I wanted to pass along


Judges were just doing their duty, bar association says

Opinion: Judges were just doing their duty, bar association says EDITOR: The Ohio Supreme Court Rules for