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HOW HE SEES IT I wrote Bush's war words -- in 1965

Opinion: By DANIEL ELLSBERG LOS ANGELES TIMES President Bush's explanation last Tuesday night for staying


Scrappers win Boodle Clark and Derrick Peterson each slammed three-run homers to lead the Mahoning


TODAY 9:30 a.m. (GC) Golf: Scottish Open. Noon (SPD) Auto racing: NASCAR Nextel Cup practice.

Physicians find faith essential

Some feel it is important to pay attention to each patient's spiritual health. LOS ANGELES TIMES

Expert called in to remove giant hive from Pa. church

Expert called in to remove giant hive from Pa. church Insect extraction expert Eric McCool suits


SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY Addaryl Akins, New Castle, safety environmental management; Rachel Dawn


BASEBALL National League FavoriteOddsUnderdog HOUSTON81/2-91/2La Dodgers

Engagement plans announced for Lisa Donald, fianc & eacute;

XAn open ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. Nov. 12 at St. Christine Church, Youngstown, for the


REGIONAL Road closure congestion PITTSBURGH -- Passengers flying from Pittsburgh International

Woman shot in head

Woman shot in head YOUNGSTOWN -- Erica Winner, 19, of Wayside Drive was shot in the head around


MINOR LEAGUES INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (AAA) Friday's Games Toledo 9, Richmond 0, 1st game

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Brandy Whitfield and Roderick Williams, 433 Almyra,

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& lt;B & gt;BALAS, & lt;/B & gt; Isabel, 91, of Warren; calling hours Sunday from 4

Jason Anderson, Casey Brown to wed in Columbus

XEdward Brown of New Waterford and Mrs. Colleen McNeal of Salineville are announcing the engagement

City officials at odds over shootout case

The prosecutor said the case is convoluted and needs to be sorted out. By PATRICIA MEADE

COMMUNITY Summit addresses police issues

Things will get worse before they improve, the officer said. CHAMPION -- The founder of Black Cops

Newark couple set fall wedding at Youngstown Club

XThe engagement and coming marriage of Lindsay Garnet Ferenczy and William Fredrick Montgomery, both

Mink, Livi Steel climb to final series

Rondinelli Tuxedo and Astro Falcons were eliminated from this year's postseason. STRUTHERS -- One

Our Lady of Mount Carmel to celebrate with 5-day festival

The festival features music by area bands each night. GIRARD -- The annual Mount Carmel Festival,

Festival features St. John's service

YOUNGSTOWN -- Congregants from churches in the Wick District-Smoky Hollow neighborhood will gather

Christina Margala and Erik Brown to wed in October

XHUBBARD -- The engagement and coming marriage of Christina Margala and Erik Daniel Brown is being

ROAD WORK Official is unhappy with quality of project

An ODOT spokeswoman says the department is addressing the concerns. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


EDUCATION More scholarships k SEE WHICH students from Cardinal Mooney, Ursuline, JFK, Heartland

National Zoo under scrutiny

Opinion: Washington Post: Smithsonian Institution and National Zoo officials are understandably defensive

REDEVELOPMENT Sprawl-prevention office opens its doors

The local office will focus on four major items. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Friday's Transactions



THURSDAY'S GAMES American League Baltimore 3, Boston 1, 5 1/2 innings N.Y. Yankees 7,

Today is Saturday, July 9, the 190th day of 2005. There are 175 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Saturday, July 9, the 190th day of 2005. There are 175 days left in the year. On this date

Washington Post

WASHINGTON POST OCEAN CITY, Md. -- As Julie McKenna biked through the Frontier Town campground on


NASCAR NEXTEL CUP USG SHEETROCK 400 LINEUP After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At Chicagoland

From cod to coffee, a book on every topic in nature

My wife teaches high school English, and each May she assigns a list of summer readings for her

ENTERTAINMENT Benefit to include auto show, concert

There will be lots of chrome and food at this weekend's concert. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR

Protecting pets while owners protect our country

Dear Heloise: A wonderful reader, Martha Leavitt, informed us of a very special program,

HIBERNIANS CONVENTION Keynote speaker has a bipartisan problem

The political consultant spoke at the state Hibernians convention. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

Campana-Viano wedding set for mid-September

XTom and Teresa Pitts of Girard and Ralph Campana of Youngstown are announcing the engagement of

Sam Carsonie and Susan Gear plan autumn nuptials

XBOARDMAN -- Announcement is being made by Robert and Gail Puccio, 5691 Loretta Drive, of the

Confederation awards 25 grants to freshmen at Diocesan schools

YOUNGSTOWN-- The Diocesan Confederation of Teachers has awarded tuition grants to 25 high school

April nuptials set in Youngstown for New Castle pair

XNEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Planning a spring wedding are Mary Ann Neate, 29 Oakwood Ave., formerly of

AUSTINTOWN Trustees to vote on resurfacing contract

Work will be done on 28 township streets. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN

DUI convictions land man a 6-year sentence

Yozwiak has seven DUI convictions since 1994. YOUNGSTOWN -- Thomas Yozwiak's alcohol dependency

John Scott and Kelly Hurto plan to wed in Columbus

XYOUNGSTOWN -- Announcement is being made by William and JoAnn Scott, 4013 Bob-O-Link Drive, of the

Age no factor for King racing

Earlier in season, the father-son duo finished first and second. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR

Pavlicko-Sigworth wedding plans announced for fall

XYOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement and coming marriage of Kelley A. Pavlicko and Russell K. Sigworth is

MAHONING COUNTY Funds approved for film panel

The two-day shoot has pumped in more than $300,000 to local vendors. YOUNGSTOWN -- Richard M.

Social Security judge appointed chief

LIBERTY -- Ronald A. Marks of Liberty has been appointed chief judge for the Cleveland Office of

Wedding plans set for Julie Pagano and Brian Pietsch

XGIRARD -- Joseph and Linda Pagano, 14 Mohawk Drive, are announcing the engagement and coming

Summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield city and Austintown Township:

Summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield city and Austintown Township: CANFIELD June 27

TMH unveils new center

TMH unveils new center Dignitaries cut the ribbon at the official opening of the Forum Health

ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

Tri-T Pony (ages 13-14) Austintown Home Savings 7, Howland Black 4 Austintown Home Savings 13,

The best bodies of water for walleyes, bass and crappies

The midpoint of the fishing season here in northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania is a good time

Taft's refusal to hand over specific reports is puzzling

Opinion: Gov. Bob Taft is standing firm on his contention that he did not know about the millions of dollars

Schools of visitors reel in Mich. fish

Omori was the first non-American to win the 2004 Bassmaster Classic. By ERIC SHARP KNIGHT RIDDER

Ursuline High student to join leadership summit

Ursuline High student to join leadership summit YOUNGSTOWN -- Angeline Rich, an Ursuline High

Free movie, fellowship

Free movie, fellowship AUSTINTOWN -- Austintown Baptist Church, 1180 S. Raccoon Road, will present

AROUND THE HORN | Friday's other games

AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers 7, Devil Rays 3 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-- Craig Monroe homered and drove in


NORTHFIELD RESULTS FRIDAY 1st--Final Chaser (Daniels) Stella S (F Harris)3.402.20

Teachers learn how to teach the Holocaust

The event is difficult to teach, but necessary for students to learn about. NEW YORK (AP) -- Six

HOW HE SEES IT Bush needs to relate facts, not assertions

Opinion: By DAVID FRUM LOS ANGELES TIMES The president is going to talk about Iraq again. He's going to

Scrappers rip four homers in 9-6 win over Jamestown

Mahoning Valley also got six scoreless innings from pitcher Jensen Lewis. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- The


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LOCAL Annual Tour of Ponds in Mahoning Valley Numerous homeowners in Mahoning and Trumbull

HOW HE SEES IT Chemical facilities in U.S. vulnerable

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The shock waves from London have