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RABIES VACCINE Baits to be put near border of Ohio, W.Va.

So far this year, 23 cases of raccoon-strain animal rabies have been reported in Ohio. Rabies

GEORGE F. WILL No intelligent design in Penguin breeding

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- This summer's movie stars are not the usual bipeds, but other animals -- emperor

MIDEAST Bomb injures dozens waiting at bus station

Two guards received serious wounds when they approached the bomber. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

BEAVER TOWNSHIP Help for cleaner water sought

ODNR representatives intend to collect more samples to determine how far the problem extends. By

HELOISE Use technology to insert those missing back into photo

Dear Heloise: Concerning family members missing from wedding (or other) photos, if the photos are

Oakwood Cemetery

By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER If you're interested in delving into some of the city

MAHONING COUNTY Officials defend system for filling job openings

County officials decide how widely to advertise a position job by job. By ROGER G. SMITH

Washington could turn loss of Walter Reed into a gain

Opinion: Washington Post: Walter Reed Army Medical Center has been in the District of Columbia longer than

HOBBIES Adorable babies are realistic dolls

What's surprising is the intensity of the mothers making believe their bundles are alive. By

CAMPBELL Springfield strong in 2nd period

Anthony Warren and Andy Schuler were the Tigers' 1-2 punch in a 34-25 win. CAMPBELL -- Springfield


Counties receiving total coverage: Ashtabula, Columbiana, Geauga, Jefferson, Lake, Mahoning and

SATURDAY Scrappers blank Doubledays 4-0

NILES -- Joe Ness and two relievers combined on a two-hit shutout, and P.J. Hiser hit his fifth home

Katrina's turbulence in gulf impacts nation's gas and oil operations, prices

Even if pipelines and tankers are not hit, shutdowns will cause disruptions. KNIGHT RIDDER

DISTRICT ROUNDUP Poland loses opener to Louisville, 18-7

Beaver Local and West Branch won, but Wilson lost. POLAND -- Drew Kuhn scored twice and led

U.S. Open starts today

U.S. Open starts today Kim Clijsters is favored to win her first Grand Slam championship when the

Sunni opposition threatens adoption of Iraq constitution

Editorial: The new proposed constitution for Iraq that was submitted to parliament Sunday and will face a

TRUMBULL ROUNDUP Kohuth paces Lakeview victory

He scored both touchdowns in a 14-0 win over Painesville Harvey. PAINESVILLE -- Matt Kohuth scored

TRUMBULL COUNTY JFK gains 28-20 win with help from line

Good blocking opened the door for Eagles' runners against Newton Falls. By RYAN JONES VINDICATOR

STRAIGHT-LACED? This site will fix you

Simplicity? Functionality? Sure, but why be bored? By JUSTIN RUDE WASHINGTON POST Most folks'

MOTORCYCLES Mandatory helmet law advocated

The number of injured motorcyclists taken to St. E's doubled between 2000 and 2004. By DEBORA

St. Elizabeth Health Center

St. Elizabeth Health Center Keith and Krista Chandler, 5902 Burnett-East Road, Kinsman, boy, Aug.

MILL CREEK METROPARKS September calendar

CONCERTS Sept. 7: 7 p.m. Easy Street Productions. 7UP Summerfest Spectacular. Don't miss this

Charity horse show

Charity horse show WARREN -- The 21st annual Western Reserve Classic Charity Horse Show, an award-

EATING RIGHT Musician combines food and tunes

Experiencing life through all senses appeals to people who play music. By MONICA BHIDE CHRISTIAN


FOOTBALL FRIDAY'S SCORES AREA Fitch 15, Chaney 8 Elyria Catholic 38, Wilson 15 Mooney 22,

"What was he thinking?"

Opinion: "What was he thinking?" Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue After former President Jimmy Carter

BOXING Show in Salem loses punch, but Kiez Smith wins

The Boardman boxer is 3-1. SALEM -- It turned out that the only local representation on the Salem

Condition still critical

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Cleveland man remained in critical condition Sunday evening in St. Elizabeth Health

CARL P. LEUBSDORF Social Security causes stir on Hill

Opinion: As Ronald Reagan might have put it, there they go again. Congressional Republicans, persisting in

Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Board of Trustees, Public Library of Youngstown & amp; Mahoning County

YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Faculty union approves tentative agreement

The university and ACE were ready to negotiate through the night Sunday. By SEAN BARRON


U.S. MARSHALS MOST WANTED Anthony Hopkins The U.S. Marshals Service in Northern Ohio is asking

Today is Monday, Aug. 29, the 241st day of 2005. There are 124 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, Aug. 29, the 241st day of 2005. There are 124 days left in the year. On this date

Analysts see little for Sunnis in draft

Some experts are saying the proposal strongly favors Kurds and Shiites. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

Injury list length not good sign

The Youngstown State football team's season opener is just three days away, but the team's injury

HOW THEY SEE IT Freshmen bring new set of experiences

Opinion: By TOM McBRIDE and RON NIEF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR BELOIT, WIS. -- In coming weeks, millions

SCRAPPERS Loss hurts playoff chances

A five-game series will begin Friday in Auburn. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES

NILES-GIRARD Red Dragons win 60th meeting in series, 34-24

Girard outgained Niles, 425-177, but came up short on the scoreboard. By JOHN BASSETTI

Let's compare scandals: Bob Taft vs. Bill Clinton

Opinion: Let's compare scandals: Bob Taft vs. Bill Clinton EDITOR: Presently, Gov. Bob Taft is the last

AFGHANISTAN Excitement blends with worries as country prepares for election

Female candidates -- there are 582 -- have seemed especially vulnerable. WASHINGTON POST KABUL,

Forum Women's & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Women's & amp; Infants Pavilion David and Sheila Gay, South Bailey Road, North Jackson,

Indians stay alive in wild-card race

Indians stay alive in wild-card race kINDIANS closing pitcher Bob Wickman, back, is congratulated

ICL/TCL Grafton's career night powers Lisbon's romp

South Range, Jackson-Milton and McDonald opened with victories. MARTINS FERRY -- Josh Grafton had


Opinion: JAPAN Yomiuri Shimbun, Tokyo, Aug. 23: Six-nation talks aimed at scrapping North Korea's nuclear


Inside *Tony Kanaan took advantage of teammate Dan Wheldon's misfortune to win the Argent Mortgage


BAZAARS XOur Way Home Christian Fellowship, 429 Ohio Ave., Girard, will hold a bazaar from 11 a.m.

hRide 'em, cowboy!

hRide 'em, cowboy! RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- Wyatt Keck, 4, competes in the bronco riding competition at

Boardman house fire

BOARDMAN -- A house fire Saturday is still under investigation. A home in the 100 block of Clifton

U.S. DIET Study: Coffee is leading source of antioxidants

The natural chemical compounds help reduce cell damage. SCRIPPS HOWARD WASHINGTON -- We may be

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PETITION Woman supports renewal of VAWA

Around 700 women suffer abuse or sexual assaults each day in the U.S. By KANTELE FRANKO