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HELOISE Recipes that will warm you up to cold soup

Dear Readers: What is made with chilled sparkling water, papayas and freshly squeezed lime juice?

Matthew Patrick, fianc & eacute;e planning to wed in 2006

XSTERLING, Va. -- Jennifer Anne Kilgore and Matthew Joseph Patrick, both of Sterling, are announcing

BEVERAGE INDUSTRY Companies offer milk in flavors

Putting flavoring in milk will also add sugar, a concern for health experts. By CAROLINE E. MAYER

Residents, council debate renewal of store's license

The resolution was one vote short of emergency passage. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF

Campbell considers water proposal

The proposed agreement could pay the treatment plant debt. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN and KANTELE FRANKO

Storms knock out power in several areas in Valley

YOUNGSTOWN -- There were several power outages scattered throughout the Mahoning Valley area caused

Devastation left by Katrina merits nationwide response

Editorial: The devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina is impossible to imagine. Words and pictures

"So You Think You Can Dance" (8 p.m., Fox): You can cut the tension with a knife as crunch time

"So You Think You Can Dance" (8 p.m., Fox): You can cut the tension with a knife as crunch time

Board set to meet to adopt revised calendar

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The New Castle Area School Board will have meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday to adopt a

hStrikers picket hotel where replacements stay

hStrikers picket hotel where replacements stay ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Striking Northwest Airlines

'New Haven' pizza is quick and easy dinner

By BILL DALEY CHICAGO TRIBUNE This combo of pesto, artichoke and toasted pine nuts is based on

ISRAEL Netanyahu eyes role as leader of Likud party

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has angered the party with the withdrawal of settlements. WASHINGTON

2005 means as much for Heacock as for Penguins

Slippery Rock already has a game under its belt, a 40-24 loss to Bloomsburg. By PETE MOLLICA

'Duty to warn' at heart of Vioxx suits

Opinion: By MICHAEL KINSLEY LOS ANGELES TIMES Litigators are circling like alligators around the

Paperback provides crash course on how you can dress like a star

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Picture Audrey Hepburn and you think black dress, capris and flats.

Dismantling FEMA is plain dumb

Opinion: By ERIC HOLDEMAN WASHINGTON POST SEATTLE -- In the days to come, as the nation and the people

The shot from Williamsport

Opinion: Baltimore Sun: Bobby Thomson has nothing on Michael Memea's dream moment. After his team rallied

Body recovery begins

Amid debris, public safety officials and survivors found body after body. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

More police to be out over holiday weekend

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- More police officers will be out patrolling the roads today through Labor Day

Classified employees union says it discovered errors in tentative pact

The union may not be able to arrange a ratification vote until next week. By HAROLD GWIN

Staffers' pasts become issue

The convicted felons served time and are rehabilitated, Jay Williams and Sen. Robert Hagan say. By


TODAY Grandstand Attractions Cheerleading Demonstrations: 1 p.m. Austintown, South Range,

City cop shoots at suspect

A handgun and marijuana were found along the path the suspect ran. YOUNGSTOWN -- Patrolman Dan


Agenda Thursday Weathersfield Township trustee caucus, 10 a.m., township administration building.

Trial set in theft of police vehicle

YOUNGSTOWN -- A woman accused of escape and stealing a police car is to face trial late next month.

3 streets, bridge receive attention

The city agreed to improve the streets when it bought an old school building. By BOB JACKSON

Grocer recognition

Grocer recognition kHENRY P. NEMENZ SR. was inducted Tuesday into the Ohio Grocers Hall of Fame.

NORTHEAST OHIO Taste of Cleveland event toasts 10th anniversary

Want to start with dessert? No one will mind if you do. By JOHN BENSON VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

Announcement made for Pankuch, Lazor wedding

XDonald R. Pankuch, 1567 Clermont Ave., Warren, and Michelle R. Pankuch, 1116 Mason St., Niles, are

Approval percentages do little to influence historical perception

Despite Bush's ratings, it is impossible to say how he will be seen in a century. SCRIPPS HOWARD

It's time to end benign neglect of Haiti

Opinion: By JOHN C. BERSIA ORLANDO SENTINEL When nature raises its voice -- as it did with Hurricane

Council considers aid for flooding analysis

The study would suggest remedies and cost estimates. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Mexican restaurant stands alone in serving liquor in Cortland

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF CORTLAND -- Although it's been open only a week,

Search leads to 1 arrest

Police said they seized guns, ammunition and suspected drugs. YOUNGSTOWN -- A man first known to

Fair won't feature hurricane remnants

Once the tropical depression moves out, clear skies will move in, meteorologists say. By NANCY

Official asks for '06 budget early

MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer County Commissioner Brian Beader wants the commissioners to approve next

Ashley Zamary, Michael Handel to wed in November

XAshley Zamary, daughter of Frank and Deborah Zamary, all of Boardman, is engaged to be married to


IF YOU GO WHO: Brooks & amp; Dunn, with Big & amp; Rich and the Warren Brothers. WHEN: 7

Family from North Carolina visits the Valley on 2-month bicycle trip

YOUNGSTOWN -- A North Carolina family, biking across the Midwest to raise awareness about brain

Youngstown ill-served by decades of one-party rule

Opinion: Youngstown ill-served by decades of one-party rule EDITOR: David Skolnick's article in the Aug.


CHICKEN IN GARLIC AND WINE SAUCE LOS ANGELES TIMES Total time: 1 hour, 20 minutes Note: From

Police charge Garfunkel after pot is found in car

Police charge Garfunkel after pot is found in car WOODSTOCK, N.Y. -- Singer Art Garfunkel, who

Bristolville man killed in car accident

BRISTOL TOWNSHIP -- Michael J. Lanahan, 35, of 5152 state Route 45, Bristolville, was pronounced


The right ingredients and simple techniques can yield sophisticated flavors. By LESLIE BRENNER

"Everybody wants to go see their house. We want to know what's happened to us. It's hot, it's

Opinion: "Everybody wants to go see their house. We want to know what's happened to us. It's hot, it's


ON THE INSIDE | A8 HOW BAD: Devastating as Katrina was, it would have been far worse but for a

Yo. Christian cruises past Badger, 5-0

Warren JFK stayed unbeaten with a 6-0 win over Maplewood. KINSMAN -- Kara Cooper, a sophomore,

Firefighters committee's plans attract scrutiny

Their partisan political activities are restricted under civil service law. By DENISE DICK

Associated Press

Associated Press WATER EVERYWHERE: Above, National Guard trucks haul residents through floodwaters

Food won't keep them from the daily rounds

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER EITHER FRENCH fries doused with vinegar, nor gyros

Today is Wednesday, Aug. 31, the 243rd day of 2005. There are 122 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, Aug. 31, the 243rd day of 2005. There are 122 days left in the year. On this

Miss Buck to wed Mr. Young Oct. 8 in Berlin Center

XBERLIN CENTER -- Larry and Peggy Buck, 56711 Weaver Road, are announcing the engagement and


TUESDAY'S RESULTS CROSS COUNTRY Suburban League (at Niles) Boys teams: 1. Maplewood 25, 2.

KANYE WEST Rapper has reason to brag

West's Izod shirts and middle-class upbringing belie a toughness that comes through in his music.

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A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township: POLAND Aug. 24 Criminal

Henrichs-Sculli autumn wedding to be in Illinois

XCANFIELD -- An autumn wedding is planned by Kristin Henrichs and Michael Sculli, both of Chicago,

Concrete slabs stolen

Concrete slabs stolen YOUNGSTOWN -- Sidewalks are being stolen from the North Side, a city

GM surprised by Cobalt's speedy success

Racing victories show how well-built the car is, a company official says. By DON SHILLING

Drinking coffee is good for your health

Opinion: We're surely oversimplifying, but there seems to be a field of medical research that specializes in

O'Brien files sworn statement apologizing for finance errors

The mayor doesn't think his wife's deposits to wrong accounts were intentional. By JEFF ORTEGA

United Way to kick off campaign

Donors this year will have a chance to win a two-year lease on a Cobalt. YOUNGSTOWN -- The 2005


SAUT & eacute;ED GREEN BEANS, CACERES STYLE LOS ANGELES TIMES Total time: 25 minutes Note:

Husband of missing woman faces violence charge

WARREN -- A 39-year-old Howland man whose wife has been missing since 1994 has been ordered held

City's control board to consider 26 change orders for new arena

With more increases than reductions, the 26 requests total $210,682. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL



Ryan supports bills to help college students

NILES -- The cost of college textbooks is rising faster than the rate of inflation, and U.S. Rep.

Group closing its talks to public

The panel talked about a new way to keep the facility at the 296-inmate level. By ROGER G. SMITH

Wedding planned by Arin Repasky, Zachary Steiner

XCHAMPION -- Announced by Diane and Andrew Repasky of Champion is the engagement of their daughter,

Kid-friendly snacksk

Kid-friendly snacksk Chicken nuggets and breaded fish sticks from Ian's Allergen Free Products

Review board likely to assist in search for new chief

By ED RUNYAN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- A 911 Review Board member and a Trumbull County

Experts question study on statins, heart patients

The dramatic lowering of death rates was 'too good to be true,' one doctor said. LOS ANGELES TIMES

Boardman stays unbeaten

Lisa Dolasinski led the Spartans to a three-game sweep of Brookfield. BROOKFIELD -- Lisa


'THE CONSTANT GARDENER' sssss (out of 5) Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Danny Huston.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John J. Putnam, 34, of 17320 S.E. Alder St., Portland, Ore.,

Story is both mysterious, timely

Writer and director form a winning match in creating the film. By ROGER MOORE ORLANDO SENTINEL



Musician's illness leads to cancellation of Journey concert

PITTSBURGH -- A band member's illness has forced the cancellation of the Journey concert scheduled


FRIDAY XHoly Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church will serve fish dinners from 4 to 7 p.m. at the

Winslow trying to prove he can return stronger

He knows he made a mistake with the motorcycle, but is trying to make amends. By JOE SCALZO

Court to hear challenge to moving inmates

Prisoners must have hearings before being moved to supermax facilities, the court ruled.

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Alexandreia Robinson, Warren, boy, Aug. 29. Jessica Allen, 337 Forsythe Ave.,