NFL draft day
K BRAYLON EDWARDS WORE NO. 1 AT MICHIGAN, AND HE WAS SECOND TO NONE FOR THE CLEVELAND BROWNS. THEY PICKED THE MULTITALENTED WIDE RECEIVER WITH THE THIRD OVERALL SELECTION IN THE NFL DRAFT SATURDAY, SELECTING THE HIGHEST-RATED PLAYER ON THEIR BOARD. PITTSBURGH, PICKING 30TH IN THE FIRST ROUND, TOOK HEATH MILLER A 6-5, 265-POUND TIGHT END FROM VIRGINIA. OVERALL, THE SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS MADE UTAH'S ALEX SMITH THE FIRST PICK -- THE FIFTH STRAIGHT YEAR A QUARTERBACK has been chosen No. 1.
Adult day care
k WHEN SISTER Marie Madeleine Iskandar came to the United States from her homeland of Lebanon in 1989, she was given $200 and charged with the mission to begin an adult day care center.
k TWENTY-SIX faculty members and hundreds of students were honored last week at Youngstown State University's annual Honors Convocation in Stambaugh Auditorium.
k ONE AUTO reviewer says the new Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cobalt's promise is hampered by quality-control glitches while a Car & amp;Driver magazine review has many good things to say about the new automobile.
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k KENNYWOOD, near Pittsburgh, has much to offer vacationers and thrill-seekers looking for summertime fun.
k SINGER/SONGWRITER Richie Havens, above, has made a career out of being in the right place at the right time.
k LOCAL: Two men with local roots are being inducted next month into the Ohio Military Hall of Fame.
k OPINION: Tom Daschle and John Kerry were herded on a fast train to defeat by one of the most clever ploys ever created by any political party. It was the "gay marriage" railroad to disaster.