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WEDDED BLISS Compromise is key to peaceful decorating

It takes more than a certificate to make a happy and successful marriage. SPECIAL TO THE

OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM Emotions high after historic elections

Some Iraqis are concerned that low Sunni Muslim turnout will impact the new government. BAGHDAD,

GIVE KIDS A SMILE! DAY Local needy children to get free dental care

Local dentists will screen 240 children at three clinics. YOUNGSTOWN -- Dentists in Trumbull,

Toughman competitor dies from injuries

TROTWOOD (AP) -- An amateur boxer died after fighting in three bouts in a toughman contest in this

Calm, cool Brady still gets butterflies

Teammates say the two-time Super Bowl MVP has the perfect demeanor. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Tom

AGRICULTURE Ohio farmers trying to keep up with growing goat meat demand

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The growing number of immigrants from the Middle East, Latin America, Africa and

TOBACCO INDUSTRY Growers begin pinching pennies

States are going to bat for tobacco growers. CINCINNATI (AP) -- Tobacco growers are being squeezed

'The Incredibles' wins top animation awards

'The Incredibles' wins top animation awards GLENDALE, Calif. -- It was an incredible night for

GIRLS DISTRICT ROUNDUP Zunic's 18 boosts Canfield over Niles

Bryanne Halfhill added 12 as the Cardinals won a MAC game. NILES -- Stephanie Zunic scored 18

Girard girls keep winning streak alive

Girard girls keep winning streak alive kGIRARD kept its goal of an unbeaten girls basketball


TODAY 7 p.m. (ESPN) College basketball: Illinois at Michigan State 7:30 p.m. (WKBN-AM 570) High

COURT Restraining order sought in drug trafficking probe

The restraint would prevent Marsha Klasovsky from selling property. YOUNGSTOWN -- A restraining


NFL PLAYOFFS FavoritePointsUnderdog Sunday Super Bowl XXXIX Alltel Stadium-Jacksonville, FL.

HOW SHE SEES IT Lunch-counter sit-in set the stage

Opinion: By BARBARA RANSBY KNIGHT RIDDER /TRIBUNE Feb. 1, 1960, is a watershed in the history of the

Agenda Wednesday

Agenda Wednesday Hubbard Board of Education, 6 p.m., board room, 150 Hall Ave., to consider a

O'Brien takes right approach in planning Warren's future

Opinion: Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, but for government, it is good public policy. At a

SISTER HAZEL Band keeps its focus on making music

Going independent has allowed band members to stay fresh. By RASHOD D. OLLISON BALTIMORE SUN

AFC NORTH Browns' top job waits for Crennel

Cleveland is expected to hire New England's defensive coordinator. CLEVELAND (AP) -- New England


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Scale models help blind to see faces of history

Models from a Michigan school were rescued from the trash heap. COLUMBUS (AP) -- After 65 years of

Jessica Hiznay engaged to marry in early June

XNEW SPRINGFIELD -- Jerome and Ann Marie Hiznay, 13055 Unity Road, are announcing the engagement of

NBA ROUNDUP \ Monday's games

76ers 89, Pacers 88 PHILADELPHIA -- Kyle Korver made a go-ahead jumper with 6.5 seconds

NBA Wounded Cavaliers hang on to first

Staying atop the Central will be difficult if some players don't return soon. CLEVELAND (AP) --

OHIO RIVER Barge accident prompts lawsuit

The accident occurred when three barges crashed into a dam. PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) -- Residents

ICL/TCL Columbiana tops Sebring, clinches tie for league title

Stacie Cross' 20 points helps Columbiana tie for TCL with two games left. COLUMBIANA -- Stacie

Parents: Food sellers aren't going to police themselves

Opinion: Parents: Food sellers aren't going to police themselves EDITOR: I'm responding to the Jan. 20

HOW HE SEES IT TV or not TV: Fat is the question

Opinion: By MICHAEL FUMENTO SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE The Center for Science in the Public Interest

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR \ Annie's Mailbox Her take-charge attitude could be a sign of guilt

Dear Annie: I am 65 years old and in a rather unusual position. My wife, "Lisa," works at an office

NFL DRAFT Clarett skips all-star skills event

Former Ohio State RB Maurice Clarett raises doubts as combine looms. MIAMI (AP) -- Maurice Clarett

HEALTH Industry: Bread is back in 2005

Whole-grain products have moved into the spotlight as the low-carb craze fades. PORTLAND, Maine

YSU BASKETBALL Penguins host EMU as part of Bracket Buster

Youngstown State faces Eastern Michigan on Feb. 19 in ESPN promotion. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown

BOX OFFICE Most popular flicks feature black stars

Never before have two movies featuring black stars sat atop the box office standings. By ADAM

SUPER BOWL XXXIX Patriots' receivers grab everything but attention

Eagles, even without T.O., talked about more than New England's fruitful five. JACKSONVILLE, Fla.

ALABAMA Accountant: No trail linking Scrushy to fraud

The prosecution contends CEOs rarely leave their name on fraudulent papers. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)

SOUTHWEST OHIO Female lawyer agrees to accept sum in sexual harassment case

She will continue to pursue claims against the county. CINCINNATI (AP) -- A female lawyer has


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GAY IN CARTOON LAND? While a "Simpsons" regular will officially come out soon, there's been

HOW HE SEES IT Tough questions on Iraq come too late

Opinion: By BOB RAY SANDERS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Two storybook-like characters -- one born in Texas,

"Now I feel that Saddam is really gone."

Opinion: "Now I feel that Saddam is really gone." Fatima Ibrahim Who voted in Irbil, in the Kurdish

Americorps to host storytelling event

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Reads Early AmeriCorps will host a free evening of storytelling and crafts


GIRLS BASKETBALL MONDAY'S SCORES AREA Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 74, Rayen 66 Fitch 76, Wilson

Donna Borovitcky is bride-elect of Mr. Freeborough

XYOUNGSTOWN -- Patricia and Stephen Borovitcky, 2721 San Pedro Drive, are making known the

PIAA Radkowski powers Kennedy

The post player's second-half scoring thwarts Sharon. SHARON -- So much for homecourt advantage.

ACADEMY AWARDS Oscar embraces controversy

For once, the academy finds itself with a full plate of issue-oriented fare. By MARY McNAMARA

Owens returns to Eagles' drills

The All-Pro receiver "looks great" at his return to practice. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- T.O. is

Body recovered

Body recovered GIRARD -- The body of James Rees, 42, of Girard was recovered at 11:39 a.m. Monday


LOCAL Imaging center accredited AUSTINTOWN -- Austintown Imaging Center at Forum Health

Knight-Holmes wedding to be held in mid-March

XCINCINNATI -- Steven and Donna Knight of Cincinnati are announcing the engagement of their

WOMEN'S TOP 25 Monday's games

No. 5 Tennessee 77, No. 18 Georgia 70 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Shyra Ely had 17 points and 12 rebounds,

GEORGE F. WILL Electricity is a test of democracy in Iraq

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- "Isn't it pretty to think so?" Those concluding words of Hemingway's "The Sun Also

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HELOISE Keeping track with rubber bands is a snap

Dear Heloise: Greetings from Vancouver, Wash. Your column is carried in The Columbian newspaper



'THE SIMPSONS' Outing a gay character brings new interest

Pro or con, people are paying attention to the show. By STEPHEN KIEHL BALTIMORE SUN James

PADDLING CASE Ex-chief defends program

Having the teens decide their consequences gave them a 'good vibe,' Martin said. WARREN -- James

The runaway train

Opinion: Seattle Times: The NCAA task force charged with emphasizing academics and fiscal responsibility in


Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH x 7 6 4 2 u 9 5 v K Q J w 8 5 4 3 WEST EAST


MEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' men's college

Westminster gets $300,000 grant for $3M Old Main renovation project

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Westminster College has received a $300,000 grant from the Richard King

TAX EVASION Colucci begins prison sentence

The ex-lawyer, convicted of tax evasion, could be released in April 2006. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mark

Crown Corp. breathes new life into old Ohio farming community

The company hopes a refurbished downtown will revive the historic district. NEW BREMEN, Ohio (AP)


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MONDAY'S NBA SUMMARIES 76ERS 89, PACERS 88 INDIANA (88) S.Jackson 8-15 5-7 24, O'Neal 8-19 5-7

ALL THAT GLITTERS Mercedes-Benz jeans have price tag to match

Customized denim and counterfeit-defeating stitchery help make them special. NEW YORK (AP) --

OHIO Columbus mayor expected to make run for governor

He became Columbus' first Democratic mayor in 28 years. COLUMBUS (AP) -- Mayor Michael Coleman

REGGAE MUSIC Marley's birthday will be celebration

The Jamaican legend will be honored at 'Africa Unite.' By CRISTINA FLORES SCRIPPS HOWARD The

CORPORATE AMERICA P & amp;G, Gillette must floss out kinks before merger

A Gillette deodorant brand may have to be sold to meet antitrust regulations. CINCINNATI (AP) --

Today is Tuesday, Feb. 1, the 32nd day of 2005. There are 333 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Feb. 1, the 32nd day of 2005. There are 333 days left in the year. On this date in

CANDIDACY Patton announces he will run for mayor

Patton wants development to occur near an old airport on the East Side. YOUNGSTOWN -- Sylvester

TRUMBULL ROUNDUP Brookfield's Brenner scores 22 in victory

Raquel Brenner also had five assists in a TAC win against Hubbard. BROOKFIELD -- Raquel Brenner

TRUMBULL COUNTY Second round of budget hearings under way

The 911 department will either have to shut down or collect taxes, the director says. WARREN --


YSU Track and field MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Youngstown State sophomore Drew Weizer broke the

ELECTIONS BOARD Judge: Pay for health care

The county pays more for the board members' health insurance than for their salaries. LISBON -- A


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS MONDAY Monday's races were canceled because of poor track conditions.