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HORSERADISH When fame calls, this root still hides

It's true that Illinois produces a lot of horseradish. But nobody knows if it's the most. By BILL


The Grand Ole Opry turns 80 in style

The Grand Ole Opry turns 80 in style kTHE GRAND OLE OPRY has been showcasing country music talent


"The Germans are used to punctuality. I'm already very Italian."

Opinion: "The Germans are used to punctuality. I'm already very Italian." German-born Pope Benedict XVI


TUESDAY'S DRAWINGS

OHIO Multi-State Mega Millions: 18-22-33-34-42 Mega Ball: 16 Night drawings: Pick 3,


Library's North branch to close

Much of the library's children's collection will move to the Main Library. YOUNGSTOWN -- The North


CAMPAIGN FINANCE Ohio Senate bill targets donations of employees

Opponents say it would eliminate government workers' rights to support an official who is their


Agenda Thursday

Agenda Thursday Mollie Kessler School board of directors, 6:30 p.m., 118 E. Wood St., Youngstown.


Cuts make sharing vital

The county's Homeland Security funds were cut 40 percent this year. CANFIELD -- A reduction in


Heat takes 2-0 lead over Nets

Alonzo Mourning gave Miami a spark with 21 points and nine boards. MIAMI (AP) -- Alonzo Mourning


High-tech voting system calls for review of rules

Commissioners will meet Friday to discuss procedures for Tuesday's election. MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer


'Tighten your belt' is not much of an energy policy

Opinion: As the weather breaks and Americans' thoughts turn to the open road, motorists can be sure of one


Junior defensive back Jason Perry picked first in Red-White game draft

By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN - Youngstown State senior football players


HOW HE SEES IT Disarmament and the rule of law

Opinion: By HAIM MALKA CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WASHINGTON -- After the first round of negotiations over


Search for Trumbull agency's new home is under way

Trumbull County commissioners will decide where to move the combined agency. WARREN -- Potential


Girard mayor orders random drug testing

Administrators will volunteer to be the first participants. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY EMA exercise schedule The county's Emergency Management Agency & amp;


CIVIL SERVICE Panel says it will keep two chiefs informed

Police and fire chiefs want regular meetings with commissioners. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


A simple sauce for fresh roots

A SIMPLE SAUCE FOR FRESH ROOTS Consumers accustomed to getting their horseradish in little glass


FOOD SALES AND DINNERS

TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to


Today is Wednesday, April 27, the 117th day of 2005. There are 248 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, April 27, the 117th day of 2005. There are 248 days left in the year. On this


TRUDY RUBIN Chinese won't back down on Taiwan

Opinion: I got a glimpse of the new Chinese nationalism on a train ride from Washington to Philadelphia a


BASEBALL Western Reserve powers 12-2 win

Brando Moherman and Brock Christie both had homers against McDonald. BERLIN CENTER -- Brandon


Twists and turns in Middle East

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Certain words, used over and over, are supposed to clarify the negotiations and


MAC BASEBALL Rosko's one-hitter powers rebuilt Canfield

CANFIELD -- Canfield "The Next Generation" is playing its best baseball of the season heading into


Road work on U.S. 224 will get rolling late next year

Business owners want access to their establishments to be maintained. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


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& lt;B & gt;BECKNER, & lt;/B & gt;Berneace H., 75, of Hubbard; calling hours today


Hot Southern comic is living large

The 400-pound standup comedian will be at Cleveland's Improv Thursday through Sunday. By TERRY


YSU SPRING GAME ROSTER

RED TEAM Quarterback - Tom Zetts Tailback - Monquantae Gibson, Regis Edgerson Fullback -


Officials' agenda includes grant for racetrack study

The study would decide whether or not the track should be built. WARREN -- Trumbull County


Flu prevention initiatives

Opinion: Washington Post: With impressive patience, the World Health Organization is carefully following the


Hidden roots

Hidden roots Images By Bill Daley Chicago Tribune (KRT) COLLINSVILLE, Ill. - Within sight


WINNING NUMBERS | April 23-29

OHIO Friday 4/29 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball,


There are a number of ways to help save Social Security

Opinion: There are a number of ways to help save Social Security EDITOR: Frequently we are hearing


A-Rod's 3 homers, 10 RBIs steal spotlight

Only 10 other major leaguers have driven in as many runs. NEW YORK (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez hit


Furee caps furious rally as Boardman falters

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AUSTINTOWN -- After losing 20 more games than her team


Unbeaten Poland edges Springfield

Ursuline blanked Howland while Champion's Kasey Karr tossed a two-hitter. POLAND -- The Poland


All City Choral Festival

All City Choral Festival YOUNGSTOWN -- The city school district will hold its All City Choral


Forget solitaires, boring bands; custom-made is all the rage

Internet sites abound, but even chain stores are now offering custom options. SCRIPPS HOWARD


CARL LEUBSDORF Bush shows his warm, confident side

Opinion: Journalists and the public are seeing a lot of the real George W. Bush these days, the genial,


FLAVOR RATINGS Catching good dogs provides ample reward

There's still nothing to touch the taste of the real thing. By JOE BONWICH ST. LOUIS POST-


Bold color and taste make rhubarb a perfect bridge between winter and spring.

Bold color and taste make rhubarb a perfect bridge between winter and spring. By CECE SULLIVAN


HELOISE Flour types not always interchangeable in baking recipes

Dear Heloise: Thank you so much for your column in the San Antonio Express-News. I never miss a day