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IRAQI CONSTITUTION Sunnis expect further delays Some are doubtful of meeting deadline

Leaders complained of being excluded from negotiations. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS BAGHDAD, Iraq


SATURDAY'S GAMES

SATURDAY'S GAMES American League N.Y. Yankees 5, Chicago White Sox 0 L.A. Angels 4, Boston 2


Babe Ruth stars win

Babe Ruth stars win Youngstown overwhelmed Pittsfield, Mass., 13-1, Sunday at the Babe Ruth 14-


Major renovation nears completion

Swinging from ropes all day doesn't daunt intrepid church restorers. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR


Why protect OPEC from lawsuits?

Opinion: By ARIEL COHEN and WILLIAM SCHIRANO THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION It's a move that anyone outraged by


CRAFT SHOWS

CRAFT SHOWS XApplications are available for the 14th annual craft show at St. Jude Church, 180


Dances are an integral part of many Indians' lives and cultures, and several were performed at a powwow event Saturday and Sunday including:

Dances are an integral part of many Indians' lives and cultures, and several were performed at a


School beverage guidelines: more sugar than substance

Opinion: The Washington Post: Vending machines have become a lucrative source of cash for many schools,


UAs teammates mourned the death of 49ers offensive lineman Thomas Herrion, above, medical

UAs teammates mourned the death of 49ers offensive lineman Thomas Herrion, above, medical


History, culture pervade powwow

Numerous dancers, a storyteller and a drummer took part in the festivities. By SEAN BARRON


SAN FRANCISCO Bicyclists join West Nile fight

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE SAN FRANCISCO -- With images of giant mosquitoes emblazoned on their


This fall, Diane Farr to switch from fighting fires to crunching 'Numb3rs'

ZAP2IT.COM Diane Farr is going from fighting fires to fighting crime. Farr, who stars in FX's


Ballroom dancing enjoys resurgence

From movies to dance studios, America is caught up in the movement. By BETH GILLIN PHILADELPHIA


Today is Monday, Aug. 22, the 234th day of 2005. There are 131 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, Aug. 22, the 234th day of 2005. There are 131 days left in the year. On this date


Injuries plaguing Penguins

YOUNGSTOWN -- Injuries have played havoc with the Youngstown State football program this fall and


Youngstown wallops Massachusetts team

Nine stolen bases triggered a 13-1 win for the Ohio Valley champions. By NATE CROSSMAN


The Vindicator/J. Cecil

The Vindicator/J. Cecil AN EYE ON DETAIL: Mike Hall, a member of Inspired Heights of Rockford,


SCHEDULES

SCHEDULES MONDAY BOYS GOLF Mooney at Grizzly Classic at Rawiga Country Club, 1 p.m. Warren


Weathersfield board OKs funds for projects

MINERAL RIDGE -- The Weathersfield Board of Education has authorized spending more than $30,000 on


"The bill does not specify whether the chancellor will wear a powdered wig."

Opinion: "The bill does not specify whether the chancellor will wear a powdered wig." John Roberts Who


Retention wall to protect from floods

Construction is expected to last about 60 days. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER POLAND


COACHING VACANCIES

COACHING VACANCIES Poland High School -- is seeking a swim coach. Those interested should call


Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Campbell Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., Memorial High School cafeteria.


WARREN Council plans to examine requested transfer of liquor license

A councilman has scheduled a special meeting for 5 p.m. Tuesday. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR


Standoff involves dozens of officers, ends quietly

HOWLAND -- A township man was taken into custody shortly before noon Sunday after what began as a


NFL PRESEASON

NFL PRESEASON FavoritePointsUnderdog SEATTLE3Dallas BASEBALL National League


TODAY

TODAY 1 p.m. (ESPN2) Baseball: Little League World Series, Latin America vs. Asia. 1 p.m. (FSN


Associated Press

Associated Press STRANDED: Herb Snyder waits for a tow truck at Great Northern Mall in North


HOW SHE SEES IT Prospective school leaders get free pass

Opinion: By LINDA SEEBACH SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE Arthur Levine, president of Teachers College,


A little incentive can get college roommates to clean up

Dear Readers: We recently printed a column about messy college roommates and asked readers to send


Texan wears crown as Outstanding Teen

Texan wears crown as Outstanding Teen Meghan Miller, 17, of Beaumont, Texas, is overjoyed after


Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Dena Milanowski and Nick Mshar, 463 Garden


ARGENTINA

Opinion: ARGENTINA La Nacion, Buenos Aires, Aug. 16: Last month on the heels of the London terror attacks,


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS LATE SATURDAY

MOUNTAINEER RESULTS LATE SATURDAY 8th--Editiorial(Walker Jr)11.807.004.20 Irish Emblem(Villa-


& lt;B & gt;BRAHNEY, & lt;/B & gt;Margaret & amp;#147;Pegg

& lt;B & gt;BRAHNEY, & lt;/B & gt;Margaret & amp;#147;Pegg & amp;#148; M.,


Muckdogs turn error into 8-7 victory

Saturday's 11-inning game took almost five hours to play. NILES -- A two-out error in the 11th


Rx for local justice system: communication, cooperation

Editorial: Last week, a federal court-appointed special master overseeing operations at the Mahoning County


It's a great day for LaBrae

Members of the LaBrae school system, above, cut the ribbon at the opening of the new LaBrae Local


TAMPEEL'S REPLACEMENT Individual schools will teach classes about environment

Schools may design their own replacements for the 33-year-old program. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR


Bush's Iran policy rife with idiocies

Opinion: By ROBERT SCHEER LOS ANGELES TIMES We don't respect or understand any religious or nationalist


U.S. MARSHALS MOST WANTED Brian Boggs

The U.S. Marshals Service in Northern Ohio is asking the public to help find its Most Wanted


Shooting victim transferred to UPMC in critical condition

YOUNGSTOWN -- A city man was transferred Sunday to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in


COLUMBIANA COUNTY

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Leah Moore, 44720 state Route 558, Columbiana vs. Matthew


Cake-decorating contest

Cake-decorating contest YOUNGSTOWN -- The Children's Museum of the Valley, 139 E. Boardman St., is


HOUSEHOLDS Multigenerational living increases in U.S. homes

Financial challenges play a role in uniting extended families under one roof. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE


Scrappers pounded again

By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- Never in the long history of baseball has a


St. Joseph

St. Joseph Amy and Joseph Hohman, Champion, girl, Aug. 19. Billie Jo Sparks and Charles


BACK-TO-SCHOOL Not a student? Dig in anyway!

This stuff isn't just for the locker, the desk or the dorm; it's also useful for the home. By LISA


Reader disagrees with Rep. Strickland on taxes

Opinion: Reader disagrees with Rep. Strickland on taxes EDITOR: Recently a friend shared a letter with


6 council members support Hagan

One Democratic councilman isn't ready to make a mayoral endorsement. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Gotti kept cancer news from her sons, producers

Gotti kept cancer news from her sons, producers NEW YORK -- When Victoria Gotti learned she had


LOCAL

LOCAL Boxing roundup *YOUNGSTOWN -- Jack Loew and Tank DiCioccio of Southside Boxing Club