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HELOISE Breakfast gets a boost

Dear Readers: Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day and shouldn't be a chore to

STUDY Elderly gamblers at issue

Research says compulsion on fixed income puts seniors at risk. PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Casino trips,

ANDRES OPPENHEIMER S. America facing tough times

Opinion: Two new reports -- one by the U.S. government's National Intelligence Council and the other by a


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Ager's late shooting awakens sluggish Spartans

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Maurice Ager scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half to help No.

TRUMBULL COUNTY Zone proposal draws no objection

The land is to be reclassified single family residential. CORTLAND -- No one objected to a

Roddick says time for new coach: Andy Roddick dumped Brad Gilbert as his coach last month because

Roddick says time for new coach: Andy Roddick dumped Brad Gilbert as his coach last month because


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A legacy of patriotism

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: In a single gesture, Zhao Ziyang brought a brief suggestion of humanity to a cold

GOVERNOR'S RACE Strickland won't seek nomination

The congressman isn't high on Jerry Springer's gubernatorial candidacy. COLUMBUS -- U.S. Rep. Ted


TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to

2 doctors accused of using bootleg Botox

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Two Florida doctors were suspended after being accused of using bootleg

Despite new call to cease attacks, bomber strikes

Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack that killed an Israeli. WASHINGTON POST GAZA CITY,

OHIO STATEHOUSE Mahoning Valley officials are set for committees

Trumbull County's new GOP legislator will serve on the four committees. COLUMBUS -- Three Mahoning

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Matta turning tempest into teapot at Ohio State

Buckeyes coach is restoring credibility to a program tainted by scandal. COLUMBUS (AP) -- Some of

Today is Wednesday, Jan. 19, the 19th day of 2005. There are 346 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, Jan. 19, the 19th day of 2005. There are 346 days left in the year. On this date

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Chaney rallies in fourth quarter to beat Wilson

Tomlin scored 20 points to lead Cowboys past City Series rival Redmen. YOUNGSTOWN -- Chaney High

YSU WOMEN Hanek leads Penguins

Starter Jen Perugini sat out for reasons not revealed in Youngstown's win. FORT WAYNE, Ind. --

United, pilots reach tentative agreement

CHICAGO (AP) -- United Airlines and its pilots union reached tentative agreement on a revised new

MEN'S TOP 25 Seminoles upset Wake Forest

Third-ranked Demon Deacons missed free throw at end of regulation. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Todd

Chaney routs Wilson in City Series matchup

YOUNGSTOWN -- Courtney Williams finished with 15 points, and Tiarra Jones added 11 as Chaney High

WOMEN'S HEALTH Survey: Fertility clinics' policies differ

Most would help older women get pregnant; 1 in 5 wouldn't help single women. ASSOCIATED PRESS


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GAME NW Ohio man believes chess will benefit children

He says the game helps children think strategically. MOUNT VICTORY, Ohio (AP) -- Darrell Bodine

TRUMBULL COUNTY 911 center will get upgrade

The county will also auction goods and decide when to vacate roads. WARREN -- Trumbull County

LENDING A HAND Worthy causes

Hunting for charity wristbands? Here are some sources: Children With Diabetes sells $5 red

MERCER COUNTY Upset panel wants Unilect meeting

Some commission members considered resigning over the situation. MERCER, Pa. -- Angered because

PREP BASKETBALL Injury fails to slow Tigers

Fuimara scored 15 points to lead a balanced Springfield scoring attack. COLUMBIANA -- There's more

CRIME Appellate court upholds drug conviction

A poor-quality audio surveillance tape was at the heart of the defense argument. WARREN -- There

MUSIC Band name seemed wonderful

What do you think about now when you hear '50 Foot Wave'? NEW YORK (AP) -- Rock singer Kristin

PREP BASKETBALL Lakeview led by surprise scorer

Mackiewicz scored a career-high 33 points to lead the Bulldogs over LaBrae. CORTLAND -- The

BOOMERANG CASE Lawyer sues Noah's Lost Ark owners

The attorney says he set the suit for tax purposes. YOUNGSTOWN -- It hasn't been a good week for

HOW HE SEES IT Bush's inauguration inspires nit-pickers

Opinion: By PHILIP GAILEY ST. PETERSBURG TIMES The inauguration of a president is a solemn and high

NHL Meeting may be last hope to salvage season

Representatives from players and owners hope to jumpstart negotiations. NEW YORK (AP) -- With

BOYS PREP ROUNDUP Medallis scores 19 points to lead Newton Falls

He scored 13 points as the Tigers took a 17-9 lead at the half. HUBBARD -- Eric Medallis scored 19

Steelers get their kicks from Reed

Pittsburgh feels its kicker is as capable as New England's Adam Vinatieri. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- This

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TELEVISION Skittish PBS censors films

In the post-Janet Jackson era, the network is understandably nervous about nudity. By ROB OWEN

Warren Board must find best candidate for a tough job

Opinion: The Warren Board of Education is about to embark on the most important job any board is ever given:

HOW SHE SEES IT Politicians are suckers for stadiums

Opinion: By PATT MORRISON LOS ANGELES TIMES It's really very sweet, when you think about it: City


BOYS BASKETBALL TUESDAY'S SCORES AREA Chaney 72, Wilson 67 Sebring 69, Rayen 55 Shenango 86,

HOW HE SEES IT A big party for Bush -- the big spender

Opinion: By BILL FERGUSON KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Historically, U.S. presidents have favored low-key

People are still embracing a charming fashion accessory

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS We've long been accustomed to trends that come and go. Purple one season

'CLEAR SKIES' Official: Revisions hinder the law

Congress so far isn't set to enact Bush's 'Clear Skies' initiative. WASHINGTON (AP) -- President

ON TOUR This week's pro golf events

PGA TOUR Buick Invitational San Diego Schedule: Thursday-Sunday Courses: Torrey Pines, South

ASTRO SHAPES Sides unite, win an award

An InfoCision executive was named Professional of the Year. LIBERTY -- It took nearly a year to

Cowher still trying to win the big one

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- For someone saddled with the reputation of not winning the big one, Bill Cowher

Pacers 87, Rockets 74

Pacers 87, Rockets 74 HOUSTON -- Jamaal Tinsley scored 28 points, including six during a key 10-0


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DOUGHNUTS Krispy Kreme brings in a turnaround specialist

The outgoing CEO had been at the helm for seven years. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Chief executive

CIC | Other business

CIC | Other business The Youngstown Central Area Community Improvement Corp.'s property committee

Bruschi has become leader of Patriots' vaunted defense

His play was a key part of New England's win against Indianapolis. FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Bill

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT CORP. Agency plans move to Phar-Mor Centre

The agency plans to move to the building's mezzanine area next month. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Phar-Mor

HOW HE SEES IT Prince Harry ignores history with Nazi outfit

Opinion: By ANDRES GUMBEL LOS ANGELES TIMES It has been a while since the word "Nazi" was associated with

YSU out to end seven-game skid

The Penguins will take on a Butler team that has lost five of its last six. YOUNGSTOWN --

CONTEST Meet the sexiest plumber in America

The Massachusetts resident won a trip for two to the Super Bowl. By BRYAN ROURKE PROVIDENCE

Meeting rescheduled

Meeting rescheduled GIRARD -- The city board of education is postponing the forum scheduled for 7

District teaches intelligent design

A Pennsylvania district may be the first to require the controversial topic. HARRISBURG (AP) --

ANNIE'S MAILBOX Marriage may be over before it starts

Dear Annie: I am a 25-year-old single mother. I've never been married, and the situation I'm in

POP CULTURE Anniversaries come, once again, in 2005

Flash back into the past with these anniversaries. By ANDY EDELSTEIN LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY They

WRIST ACTION Bracelets bring in the bucks

Wearing a bracelet to express yourself has become the thing to do. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS The

FOOD INDUSTRY Recipes remove trans fat

The FDA is ordering trans fats to be listed on labels by next January. WOODMERE, Ohio (AP) -- The

NATION Plans for convention spaces faulted

A study has disputed industry claims of an increase in attendance. LOS ANGELES TIMES With the

WILMINGTON AREA BOARD School mourns Houlette

The school board has 30 days to choose a replacement, or a judge will make the pick. NEW

She lost only seven points in defeat of Dally Randriantefy 6-3, 6-0.

She lost only seven points in defeat of Dally Randriantefy 6-3, 6-0. MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) --

YOUNGSTOWN 2010 Proposal: more nonpolluting industry

The land-use plan also calls for more parks and open space. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown 2010

BASEBALL Clemens wants $22 million

His salary arbitration request is the highest in major league history. ASSOCIATED PRESS Roger

POLICE Struthers fires cop implicated in Jan. 1 melee

Struthers' mayor said the decision Tuesday was necessary to show that the city won't tolerate such


LOCAL Titanium for plane NILES -- RTI International Metals will supply titanium for the Typhoon