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Rumsfeld's nuclear genie

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: In his State of the Union speech, President Bush declared that he will contain

CLOTHES Rule: Take good care of things you wear

Take the right steps, and clothes will look as sharp as the day you brought them home. KNIGHT

Allies pledge more help

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said several countries agreed to help train Iraqi forces.

COURT Lawyer wants hold on back rent collection

Atty. Percy Squire says the city agreed to sell him the Wick Building. YOUNGSTOWN -- A Columbus

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Commissioner: State will cut local funding

The first of two bridge replacement projects is expected to open for bids in March. LISBON --


LOCAL Packard Electric hall accepts nominations WARREN -- Nominations are being accepted through



TURIN GAMES Italian officials suffer setback one year out

TV strike raises concern as 2006 organizers try to impress visiting IOC. TURIN, Italy (AP) -- The

EDUCATION Schools facing layoffs, program cuts

Ballots contained 63 school-tax measures for Tuesday's special election. COLUMBUS (AP) -- School

BIG TEN Hill paces MSU past Buckeyes

Hot shooting night by Spartans guard leads to 83-69 Big Ten win. EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) --

CAL THOMAS Shedding light in dark places

Opinion: Are cartoon characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants and Buster the Rabbit (who are, according to


YSU Track & amp; field AKRON -- Sophomore sprinter Danielle Bolt won the 60-meter dash in a

PREP BAKSETBALL Salem holds off Cardinal Mooney

Bodrick's 27, Brunetti's 24 not enough to to lead Cardinals past Quakers. SALEM -- Salem High's

The Sources

The Sources Ticketmaster: Kaufmann's in Eastwood, Southern Park and Shenango Valley malls; and

OHIO TURNPIKE Workers approve contract

The union called off a potential strike to take the vote. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Ohio Turnpike workers

Relay for Life participants needed

CANFIELD -- The American Cancer Society is looking for cancer survivors to participate at its Relay

WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Westminster rolls to 82-54 victory

The Titans bounced back from Saturday's loss. GREENVILLE, Pa. -- One characteristic of a good

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Settlement allows for deputy layoffs

The judge made the plaintiffs post a $10,000 bond in case they lose. LISBON -- An out-of-court


2005 SPRING TRAINING DATES Pitcher/catchers PP FS Team

WARREN CITY SCHOOLS Superintendent quest begins

Input from school personnel and the community will be sought. WARREN -- Warren City Schools began

TRUMBALL COUNTY JAIL Food displeasure leads to lock down

The disturbance began when one inmate threw his tray of food. WARREN -- Trumbull County deputy

HOW HE SEES IT It's time to recognize Taiwan's rights

Opinion: By CLIFFORD D. MAY SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Remember that U.N. official who

Program reiterates need for safety seats

The Mahoning County Safe Communities program said Feb. 13-19 is National Child Passenger Safety

ROCK MUSIC 'moe.' is no mistake ... they meant to do it

The jam band has fun with its name and its music. moe.. Despite what you may think, this is not

MOVIES 'Pooh's Heffalump Movie' teaches and entertains

Although children may not notice it, the film is a story about prejudice. By CHRISTY LEMIRE

Country's first national vote to begin today

Women are banned from casting ballots. RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- Forty years ago, in municipal

In an ongoing trench warfare saga, nobody likes getting beat.

In an ongoing trench warfare saga, nobody likes getting beat. By DAVID SEGAL WASHINGTON POST


Kent St. 57, Akron 54 AKRON -- Jason Edwin led Kent State with 18 points, and none were more

HIV/AIDS Studies: More Americans should be tested

A quarter of the estimated 950,000 Americans with HIV are unaware that they have it, the CDC says.

NHL If there's no deal by weekend, hockey season is likely over

The All-Star game would have been this weekend. NEW YORK (AP) -- With just a little bit of

Committee approves 20 Federal Place sign

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Design Review Committee has approved the concept of the color and style

HOW HE SEES IT Budget deficits don't seem to faze president

Opinion: By JONATHAN CHAIT LOS ANGELES TIMES Kay: It made me think of what you once told me -- "In five


OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 3-5-1 Pick 4, 3-9-3-3 Rolling Cash 14-18-24-31-36 Super

SAFETY FORCES Struthers considers police, fire vacancies

Some have seen safety force openings as a way to trim the budget. STRUTHERS -- It's easy enough

PUBLIC WORKS Issue 2 projects to be selected

This year's allotment for District 6 totals about $7 million. AUSTINTOWN -- Members of the two-

Today is Thursday, Feb. 10, the 41st day of 2005. There are 324 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Thursday, Feb. 10, the 41st day of 2005. There are 324 days left in the year. On this date

It's hard to believe Canseco

Every word in Jose Canseco's book could be true. Or only a few. Either way, it's exactly what

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SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH Warren schools A profile of the type of leader the Warren Board of


GIRLS BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY'S SCORES AREA Salem 61, Mooney 56, OT Ursuline 43, West Branch 32


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Working out money issues

Although many couples avoid talking about it, budgeting is an important part of a relationship.

GIRLS BASKETBALL Ursuline wins fifth in a row

BELOIT -- Tyra Grant and Vannessa Dickson are more than teammates on the girls basketball team at

TRUMBULL COMMISSIONERS Tsagaris and Heltzel would back sales tax

Taxpayers call for accountability, the board chairman stressed. WARREN -- Trumbull County

State Route 45 to close for bridge replacement

State Route 45 to close for bridge replacement GREENFORD -- State Route 45 between West Calla Road

BIG TEN ROUNDUP Wednesday's other games

Purdue 77, Penn St. 50 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- David Teague got Purdue started with four


NORTHFIELD ENTRIES FRIDAY -- 7 P.M. 1st--$2,000.00 FMNW200PS Trot 1. Bella Windswept Smith Jr

New stamp honors President Reagan

New stamp honors President Reagan k CEREMONIES took place at the Warren Post Office and throughout

HELOISE A sandwich bag protects from projectile pills

Dear Heloise: Sometimes, you only need half of a pill rather than the full dose. To keep from having

Scholarships available for children with cancer

The American Cancer Society, Ohio Division, provides camp scholarships for youngsters who have

Researchers: People really can die from a broken heart

The insight is perhaps the most striking example of the link between mind and body, experts say.

Heat 116, New York 110, OT

Heat 116, New York 110, OT NEW YORK -- Dwyane Wade scored 30 points with six assists and six


TODAY 9 a.m. (Golf) Golf: New Zealand Open, first round (same-day tape). 3 p.m. (USA) Golf:

9 killed in attacks, including 3 soldiers

Due to a ballot box recount, final results of the election will be delayed. WASHINGTON POST

CRIME Man gets life in slaying of sisters

After he killed them, he called 911 and said he wanted police to kill him. AKRON (AP) -- A man

WEATHERSFIELD Commission amends zoning law

Township officials want to make sure there are no problems with landfills. MINERAL RIDGE -- The

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR \ Annie's Mailbox Woman sick about boyfriend's live-in roommate

Dear Annie: I faithfully read your column every day, and I need your help. I have been dating a

Referendum would clear way for casinos in Ohio cities

Opinion: Referendum would clear way for casinos in Ohio cities EDITOR: There has been some exposure as of

OHIO SCHOOLS Taft to expand voucher program

If passed, the program would give pupils $3,500 to attend a private school. COLUMBUS (AP) -- Gov.

Surplus food

Surplus food Greater Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 467 Cohasset Drive, Youngstown, 12:30 p.m.

COURT Southington man indicted on five charges of rape

Each count could carry a life sentence. WARREN -- A Southington Township man faces five counts

Pool members share disputed lottery prize

The 20 postal workers will each get about $3,500. CLEVELAND (AP) -- A disputed $175,000 lottery


NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st-RequiresACrown(Gris)4.403.002.60 Sandman Sam(R Eidens)6.403.60

MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Westminster can't avoid letdown in loss to Thiel

The Titans fell behind early, rallied, but fell in overtime. GREENVILLE - After an overtime

Caruso, wife call it quits

Caruso, wife call it quits LOS ANGELES -- "CSI: Miami" star David Caruso and his wife are

"We'll wait and see what happens."

Opinion: "We'll wait and see what happens." Shimrit Golan, 26 An Israeli law student who lives in

Seraphim performance

Seraphim performance POLAND -- Seraphim Chorus will offer a musical journey through the world

MOVIES Will Smith's 'Hitch' has several script glitches

Smith plays a matchmaker in the film, but the story of his character's love life lacks interest.

HOTEL SHEETS Bring the luxuries of travel home

Americans are bringing the hotel experience into their own bedrooms. HARTFORD COURANT One of the

COURT Error left man in wrong lockup

The judge said it wasn't the first time one of his orders hadn't been followed. YOUNGSTOWN --

Slippery Rock 85, Edinboro 74

Slippery Rock 85, Edinboro 74 SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Bill Johnson went 18-for-18 at the foul line

All wheat breads are not made from whole grains

Q. I keep reading that we should be eating more whole grains. But what are they? My neighbor, who is

A summary of recent crime activity in Poland and Boardman:

A summary of recent crime activity in Poland and Boardman: POLAND Feb. 1 Criminal damaging: A

Systemic problems plagued election in Mercer County

Opinion: A glance at the recommendations of Mercer County's Independent Election Commission explains why the


WEDNESDAY'S NBA SUMMARIES PACERS 94, BOBCATS 87 CHARLOTTE (87) --Wallace 0-2 0-0 0, Ely 7-19 6-6

Corporate scandals increase workload

Many firms have hired extra help. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Accounting firms are busier than usual this

BILL TAMMEUS You shall know them by their caskets

Opinion: I've been hunting only once in my life, so I'm guessing that a new line of camouflage caskets