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Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Warren Board of Education, 7 p.m., board room of the administration building, 261

HIGH COURT NOMINEE Roberts' records classified

The documents contain sensitive information, the Bush administration says. LOS ANGELES TIMES

Old-tire curbside pickup

Old-tire curbside pickup MINERAL RIDGE -- Weathersfield Township will sponsor an old tire pickup

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers four-game win streak comes to an end in Aberdeen, 6-2

Mahoning Valley returns home tonight to meet the red-hot Crosscutters. ABERDEEN, Md. -- The

Recalling 'I do's' the Serbian way

By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- For a short time before Pete Hrelec's

Losing 63 pounds won her magazine cover

By ERICA FRANKLIN WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL After having her third child, Carolee Maurice, 37, of

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Riding into history

Riding into history kAMERICAN Lance Armstrong ended his outstanding Tour de France career Sunday

SANDLOT BASEBALL Astro beaten in NABF Junior finale

STRUTHERS -- Ian Humphrey scattered seven hits to lead the Huntington Hounds to a 1-0 victory over

Down on the farm

Opinion: Washington Post: One of the chief arguments of those seeking permanent repeal of the estate tax is

MAHONING COUNTY Pochiro to retire after 34 years

The longtime assistant prosecutor says he probably won't become a defense lawyer. YOUNGSTOWN --

Man faces charge of marijuana cultivation

YOUNGSTOWN -- A South Side man was cited after police received a report of someone throwing

HOW HE SEES IT Leaks provide truth about government

Opinion: By JACK NELSON LOS ANGELES TIMES During the 32 years I covered Washington for the Los Angeles

New York-style Medicaid fraud opens eyes from coast

Opinion: The New York Times reported last week on an investigation that uncovered horror stories in New

STAYING COOL Fighting the heat requires creativity

In Chicago, city workers are keeping an eye out for vulnerable residents. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Italian traditions live on

By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Lou DeVicchio loves to attend festivals for

HOW HE SEES IT Arab countries silent on Arab genocide

Opinion: By JOSEPH BRITT WASHINGTON POST What responsibility do Arabs have to stop genocide being

HOW HE SEES IT America's weakness is China's strength

Opinion: By MAX BOOT LOS ANGELES TIMES Maj. Gen. Zhu Chenghu of the Chinese People's Liberation Army

W.Va. man is robbed, carjacked while stopped at intersection

YOUNGSTOWN -- A West Virginia man was robbed of money and his truck Sunday afternoon while sitting

hGenetic flaw means no sweet tooth for cats

hGenetic flaw means no sweet tooth for cats IPSWICH, Mass. -- Mary Chatterton gives a treat to her


PONY LEAGUE SOFTBALL By the numbers 600: Number of games that will be played in the Valley

ANDRES OPPENHEIMER Information gap fuels anti-Americanism

Opinion: It's no wonder polls in Latin America show a dramatic increase in anti-Americanism since the war

Today is Monday, July 25, the 206th day of 2005. There are 159 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, July 25, the 206th day of 2005. There are 159 days left in the year. On this date

TRAINING CATS More nature than nurture

Breeders of show cats also work with the animal's natural instincts. By JANET SIMONS SCRIPPS

HELOISE Clever ideas for old wedding gown

Dear Heloise: I, too, decided that it was time to part with my wedding gown. In addition to making a

Celtic Fest leaves folks seeing plaid

By AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER LEETONIA -- A little rain didn't keep some people away


AUCTIONS XAn art auction will be sponsored by Ursuline Sisters HIV/AIDS Ministry Aug. 6 at


AREA RACING MERCER RACEWAY SATURDAY'S RESULTS Heating & amp; Cooling Wingless Sprint Cars


READ ALL ABOUT IT Recommended books from the Dumb Friends League and the Cat Care Society: "Cats

Possible illegal bid deal

Possible illegal bid deal LOS ANGELES -- A major shareholder of Unocal Corp. has urged the

Excitement builds as stars assemble

A gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic softball player attended the ceremony. NILES - The Road

PUBLIC DEFENDERS Work grows; funds decline

Counties are paying more, while state contributions have decreased. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR

Scrappers' streak ends

Scrappers' streak ends The Mahoning Valley Scrappers saw their four-game winning streak come to an