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Collegial budget process shouldn't ignore reality

Opinion: Comparisons are being made between the ease with which the state's biennium's budget is passing


BASEBALL

BASEBALL Marietta College Baseball Camp of Champs -- is returning to Pioneer Park this summer. Day


'ENTERPRISE' Prequel's finale may not be 'Trek's' last voyage

Executive producer Manny Coto said he has a proposal for another series. By DAVE MASON SCRIPPS


DANIEL SCHORR What about the children?

Opinion: Students of government speak of the "graying" of the federal budget. That is to say, over the years


SOFTBALL Ridge blanks Springfield

Canfield freshman Lauren Sulick pitched a perfect game against Niles. NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Mineral


Today is Tuesday, April 19, the 109th day of 2005. There are 256 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, April 19, the 109th day of 2005. There are 256 days left in the year. On this date


MADCHEN AMICK Actress' career drifts through small roles

After playing several romantic roles, Amick still searches for her niche. By KATE O'HARE


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS

THISTLEDOWN RESULTS MONDAY 1st--Wayne Line (Martinez) 13.606.803.60 Paint My Dreams (Meyers)


KNITTING PROJECT Artist hopes to increase thoughts of current events

It's an art project in the vortex of at least three forces: the second anniversary of the Iraq war,


Rabies shots offered for dogs, cats, ferrets

AUSTINTOWN -- Mahoning County District Board of Health is sponsoring rabies vaccination clinics for


TRUMBULL COUNTY Felony gun case goes to the grand jury

Police said the lawyer had a handgun under her seat and another in her pants. WARREN -- Two loaded


State funds to aid outdoor projects

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- State funds to aid outdoor recreational projects have been awarded to Hermitage


SPENDING SHIFT CDA plan headed for council vote

A special committee will 'tweak' the community development budget. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


FELLOWS RIVERSIDE GARDENS Ballet to present 'Enchanted Evening'

The performance will end with a modern dance called 'Night.' By L. CROW VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Kristen Lehman is bride-elect of Jakob Friedt

XThe engagement of Kristen Lehman of North Royalton and Jakob Friedt of Wadsworth is being announced


AREA COLLEGE RESULTS

AREA COLLEGE RESULTS BASEBALL Point Park 10-8, Geneva 9-12 -- The Golden Tornadoes are 19-12-2,


EDUCATION Youngstown State to host 3,000 local students at English Festival

One presenter is a former YSU faculty member. YOUNGSTOWN -- About 3,000 students from area middle


Agenda Wednesday

Agenda Wednesday Weathersfield Board of Education, 7 p.m., high school library. Western Reserve


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& lt;B & gt;BIDDLE, & lt;/B & gt;Elton E., 81, of Columbiana, formerly of Beaver


Last tour for Lance

Last tour for Lance kLANCE ARMSTRONG is retiring after this year's Tour de France, ending a


BOXING Garden party awaits Pavlik

The Youngstown boxer's next bout will be in Madison Square Garden. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR


Teachers unions wary of statewide insurance pool

A special board would be created to design life and medical insurance plans. By JEFF ORTEGA


CHAMPION SCHOOL BOARD Pupil enrollment rules loosened

Only pupils in grades K-8 will be accepted from other districts. CHAMPION -- The Champion Board of


Court will clear up rules regarding police searches

A man faced drug charges after his wife let police into their home. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Scott


U.N. AMBASSADOR Battle brewing over nominee to U.N.

Most of the complaints about John R. Bolton are about his personality. WASHINGTON (AP) -- A


Mark Frankenburg and fianc & eacute;e plan October wedding

XRICHMOND, Va. -- Jeffrey and Susan White of Richmond are announcing the engagement of their


STRUTHERS SCHOOL SYSTEM Pupil enrollment rules are eased to boost bottom line

The district will accept up to 75 pupils from outside its boundaries. STRUTHERS -- In an effort to


A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township: CANFIELD April


STATE REGULATIONS Mobile Meals works toward licensing deal

The meetings are a step in the right direction, a state spokeswoman said. WARREN -- Warren's two


WICK NEIGHBORS Ex-Maryland governor to discuss expansion

Parris N. Glendening will speak about creating and nurturing urban centers. YOUNGSTOWN -- Former


Hartzell-Tharp engagement made known

XROME, Ohio -- Laura Ann Hartzell and Kevin Chris Tharp, both of 5563 state Route 46, are announcing


U.S. SUPREME COURT Judges take case about racial bias in jury picks

A black man was found guilty of killing a baby by an all-white jury. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The


INDIANS Lee leaves K.C. feeling ill

Despite flu-like symptoms, the Tribe pitcher shut down the Royals in a 5-1 victory. KANSAS CITY,


JANE EISNER A rite of passage that fills a need

Opinion: If the past is any guide, and it always is on Prom Night, the girls will start primping and pruning


"If you did something bad in the German camp, a guard would take out a gun and kill you immediately.

Opinion: "If you did something bad in the German camp, a guard would take out a gun and kill you immediately.


HUBBARD CITY COUNCIL Mayor pitches idea for city-owned cable TV to cut residents' rates

The city soon will seek bids for the construction of the new safety center. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


Eighteen volunteers from 13 groups were praised at the awards ceremony.

Eighteen volunteers from 13 groups were praised at the awards ceremony. YOUNGSTOWN -- When Betty


YSU

YSU Track and field Youngstown State freshman Bethany Anderson broke two school throws records


STEELERS ROUNDUP \ News and notes

Schedule: Kevin Colbert, the Steelers director of football operations, said his staff will finalize


REUNIONS

XThe 73rd annual Berlin Center Western Reserve Alumni Banquet will be held May 14 at Western Reserve


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Joseph A. Derico, 43, 9704 Hoagland Blackstub Road, Orwell,


RELAY FOR LIFE

RELAY FOR LIFE Upcoming events The American Cancer Society is sponsoring these Relay for Life


AROUND THE HORN \ Monday's other games

AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 19, Devil Rays 8 NEW YORK -- Alex Rodriguez, Tino Martinez and the


MONDAY'S SPORTS TRANSACTIONS

MONDAY'S SPORTS TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League LOS ANGELES ANGELS--Placed C Bengie


NORTH BEAVER TWP. Man evaluated after suicide threat, standoff

BESSEMER, Pa. -- A 47-year-old man was being evaluated at a hospital Monday after threatening


Miss Mickholtzick, is future bride of Jason Glagola

XThe engagement of Sandra Marie Mickholtzick, Lake Road, Apt. 7, Lakewood, and Jason John Glagola,


PREP BASEBALL Vukovic pitches McDonald past J-M

Craig Clemson hit a game-winning single in the 10th to lead Maplewood. McDONALD -- McDonald High


JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES More than 150 apply for director's position

The vacancy notice was placed in newspapers and on an Internet job search site. YOUNGSTOWN --


MONDAY'S DRAWINGS

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 2-1-9 Pick 4, 2-5-5-7 Rolling Cash 5: 10-15-16-22-28 Day


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

MONDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL URSULINE 16, CHANEY 1 Ursuline23416--16143 Chaney10000--144 Dave


HELOISE Reader raises concerns about identity theft

Dear Heloise: I have been a longtime reader, and I have wondered why you print the full name, city


EDUCATION President's program faces tough times

Some states have put funding at risk by failing to comply fully with the law. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE


Iraqis storm town

Security forces came up empty in a search for insurgents and hostages. MADAIN, Iraq (AP) --


HOW HE SEES IT President tiptoes through the deficits

Opinion: By JOHN HALL MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON -- President Bush can be a Rambo when he


TELEVISION Keeping Mabius wasn't easy

ABC had to manipulate more than plots to free the actor from other commitments. ZAP2IT.COM In


Venezuela's wrong turn

Opinion: Miami Herald: How far is Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez going down the road to military


YOUNGSTOWN SYMPHONY Concerto makes for strong finish to Masterworks season

Kalichstein does the heavy lifting in demanding pieces. YOUNGSTOWN -- Headliner Joseph Kalichstein


BASEBALL Top-ranked Clippers blanked by Rebels

Crestview edged previously unbeaten Columbiana, 1-0, with an unearned run. NEW WATERFORD -- On the


NBA ROUNDUP Monday's games

76ers 122, Bucks 106 PHILADELPHIA -- Allen Iverson had 39 points and 12 assists, and Kyle Korver


Draft should be tension free

With the roster mostly set, the Steelers' draft will primarily add depth. By TOM WILLIAMS


Water service will be temporarily stopped

Water service will be temporarily stopped GIRARD -- Water service will be cut off to Girard Water


Abusive priest places Youngstown in bad light

Opinion: Abusive priest places Youngstown in bad light EDITOR: Youngstown is placed in an unfavorable


TRUMBULL COUNTY Communities study team approach

A series of meetings is planned to sort out ways to work together and become more efficient.


HOW HE SEES IT Going after the 'Intellectual Property Axis of Evil'

Opinion: By JAMES K. GLASSMAN SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE More and more, America's economic future is


Electors fail on first try

The 115 cardinals voted once but did not choose a new pope on the conclave's first day. KNIGHT


NBA STANDINGS

NBA STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE WLPctGB z-Miami5723.713-- y-Detroit5327.6634


hOklahoma City emotion

hOklahoma City emotion OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Darlene Dohi, foreground, and her daughter, Dina


BRIDGE WORK Bikeway span work to start in May

The suspension bridge is set for rehabilitation work next year. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


HOUSE ELECTIONS Heiress spends early, often

Capri Cafaro continues to self-finance her political campaign. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR