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JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS Senate Gang of 14 pact shapes Supreme Court fight

It is uncertain how senators will interpret filibustering only under 'extraordinary circumstances.'

SANDLOT BASEBALL Mink Financial sweeps past R & amp;J in Class B playoffs

Livi Steel evened its series with Wharmby Sports, 10-9. STRUTHERS -- Mink Financial defeated R


BIRTHS Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Emily Orr and Zachary Sternart, 7125 Locust

HOW HE SEES IT Congress must act to protect private property

Opinion: By BILL FERGUSON KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS This is the time of year when the Supreme Court tends

Hometown heroes get a special salute

From soldiers to soccer coaches, the parade paid tribute to all kinds of heroes. By SEAN BARRON

Girard woman builds business success

Noah-to-Goah offers a unique school fund-raising possibility. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


XMembers of Campbell Memorial High School January and June Classes of 1939 will meet for a luncheon

Too late to be prudent

Opinion: Too late to be prudent EDITOR: This letter is in regard to one from the communications and

Led by Head's hits, Scrappers top 'Dogs

BATAVIA, N.Y. -- Stephen Head, a second round draft pick from the University of Mississippi, slammed

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hHot dogging it at cherry festival kABBEY, a 3-year-old Labrador, leaves the deck during the Dog

Sleuths and spies, oh my

Scripps Howard: The recommendations of the presidential commission on intelligence reform make for


OHIO Friday 7/8 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball,

PETS Flea season hatches outdoors and indoors

Pet owners can take steps to protect their furry friends from fleas. By KANTELE FRANKO

Happy birthday, America

Communities showed that on the nation's day of independence, everybody loves a parade. As the last

HELOISE Stay safe from fraud with new info

Dear Readers: It seems like every time you turn around these days, there's a new scam or fraud that

HOW HE SEES IT Americans no longer stomach casualties

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY "Americans have always held firm." So said President

NY-PENN LEAGUE Constanza's 10th-inning single helps Scrappers win 4th straight

BATAVIA, N.Y. -- The Mahoning Valley Scrappers blew a five-run lead, then rallied in the 10th inning

MAHONING CO. President of lawyer coalition approved

The new bar president has been practicing law since 1984. YOUNGSTOWN -- The new president of the

EDUCATION Charter schools evolving; critics want better results

Seven out of 10 Ohio charter schools receive academic emergency ratings. By AMBER HYLAND

'Better than everyone'

'Better than everyone' Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is better than everyone at everything,

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BAR ASSOCIATION Other business

The Mahoning County Bar Association honored these individuals at its annual election meeting:

hScanning Miss Liberty

hScanning Miss Liberty SINGAPORE -- A security police officer scans "Living Liberty" performer


LOCAL Insurance agency garners platinum status POLAND -- First Place Insurance Agency, LTD. has


March 2004 preliminary proficiency test scores for charter schools in the area: Life Skills Center

2 officers get training

2 officers get training COLUMBIANA - Columbiana police officers Chris Dailey and Ryan T. Pike


Who: Scrappers at Batavia When: 7:05 p.m. Where: Dwyer Stadium, Batavia, N.Y. Radio: WNIO-AM 1390

HOW HE SEES IT Individual property rights elusive idea in democracy

Opinion: By CHRIS POWELL PROVIDENCE JOURNAL Just how far do individual property rights in land go?


Inside The Scrappers blew a five-run lead, then rallied in the 10th inning for a 6-5 victory over

HIGHER EDUCATION Network objective: improving access to the state's colleges

The program recently opened a branch at Kent State Salem. By AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF

HOW HE SEES IT Religious factor in politics is pervasive

Opinion: By JON MEACHAM WASHINGTON POST On July 4, 1827, a leading clergymen of the day, the Presbyterian