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Loss at state isn't the end

The team is looking forward to an excellent season next year. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS


hCalif. teen wins the bee

hCalif. teen wins the bee WASHINGTON -- It was a word he already knew. It was a word he had seen


Heat beats Pistons 88-76, but Wade injured

The Miami star sustained a rib muscle injury, but his team has a 3-2 series lead. MIAMI (AP) --


AUTO RACING Sharonhosts special event

New technology keeps the Trumbull County track up-to-date. KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR STAFF


Politicians' presence felt at political picnic

One Democratic primary loser came to support the nominee. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS


ANDRETTI GREEN RACING Wheldon can't stop smiling after success

His older teammates jokingly call him a trophy hog and are eager to beat him. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) --


Insurgent carnage increases in Iraq

Insurgent carnage increases in Iraq k INSURGENTS IN IRAQ killed 39 people in a series of rapid-


TRAFFIC CAMERAS Proposal stuck at red light

The ordinance will remain tabled, a councilman says. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


LAWRENCE COUNTY Program to offer public better view of operations

Commissioners want more information from department heads and officeholders. By VIRGINIA ROSS


TRUDY RUBIN U.S. exit depends on Iraqi leaders

Opinion: Many Americans are wondering how long U.S. troops will be in Iraq. Two years ago, just after


TAMPEEL 33-year program to close

TAMPEEL's work heightened the understanding of environmental science. LORDSTOWN -- After 33 years,


Today is Friday, June 3, the 154th day of 2005. There are 211 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Friday, June 3, the 154th day of 2005. There are 211 days left in the year. On this date in


"The verdict of these referendums now raises profound questions for all of us."

Opinion: "The verdict of these referendums now raises profound questions for all of us." Jack Straw


MAHONING COUNTY Indictments A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following people Thursday:

Bryan Kaelber, 33, Youngstown, receiving stolen property. John Scott, 50, Youngstown, receiving


LOCAL

LOCAL Struthers students receive award STRUTHERS -- Struthers High students Ty Campana and


CHRISTINE ESPOSITO NEIL SANDER

CHRISTINE ESPOSITO NEIL SANDER XPOLAND -- Christine T. Esposito and Neil C. Sander, both of


Lisa Thomas, Robert Godiciu to marry in 2006

XMr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Thomas of Cortland are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Lisa


Willis, Marlins topple Pirates

Florida halted a nine-game losing streak in Pittsburgh, 6-3. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Florida


ATHLETIC GROUPS

ATHLETIC GROUPS XMcDonald Baseball Association will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday in the senior citizens


Trustees discuss increasing funds for scholarships

Most of the university's students receive some form of financial aid. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Rotary to honor outgoing president

BOARDMAN -- The Boardman Rotary will honor John Yerian, outgoing president, at its annual


HOW HE SEES IT U.S. needs trade policy that lifts all workers

Opinion: By SHERROD BROWN WASHINGTON POST You can set your watch by it. Whenever a trade pact comes to


DIOCESE Siffrin elected to interim position

He will serve as administrator until a new bishop is appointed by the pope. YOUNGSTOWN --


Elderly Affairs workers in Trumbull County agree to wage freeze

WARREN -- Trumbull County commissioners approved a wage freeze agreement Thursday for workers in the


Paparazzo hits Lohan

Paparazzo hits Lohan LOS ANGELES -- Lindsay Lohan wasn't injured Tuesday after her car was hit by


New resolution approved on contractors

A local trade organization says the measure will help the economy. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County


SOUNDOCTRINE SHOW

SounDoctrine show BOARDMAN -- SounDoctrine, an alternative funk/jazz band, will headline the


FORENSIC RESULTS Official: Stroke killed woman

Detectives had investigated the death as a possible homicide. YOUNGSTOWN -- Delgreta R.


Increased traffic enforcement to focus attention on neighborhoods

BOARDMAN -- Township police begin a program today aimed at traffic enforcement in the neighborhoods.


OHIO

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 3-9-2 Pick 4, 0-5-8-3 Rolling Cash 5, 5-20-32-33-36 Day


Boardman High seniors to perform jazz concert

BOARDMAN -- Boardman High School will host a jazz concert including both ensembles from the high


Showcasing Cleveland

The new CMJ/Rock Hall Music Fest will capitalize on Cleveland's rock history. CLEVELAND -- Who's


Heartbreak for Champion

The Golden Flashes lost 5-4 in 10 innings to Frankfort Adena. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS


Plastic bins alleviate space concerns in fridge

Dear Heloise: I live full time in my motor home and have a very small refrigerator, so space is


Maplewood misses finale by one run

ASSOCIATED PRESS ASHLAND -- Lori Harmon pitched a three-hitter and Willow Wood Symmes Valley took


Pickets to stop if aide can return

The picket line is informational, so union members continue to work. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


HOW HE SEES IT Ohio kids may go hungry this summer

Opinion: By JEFF BRIDGES SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR People throughout the world and even our own


Genealogical chapter to seat new slate

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will hold its


Project a go but still not flowing yet

Some bids were higher than expected and one project attracted no bids. LAKE MILTON -- A long-


CRIME Man suffers deep slashes to the throat

The victim managed to escape and run to a friend's house. YOUNGSTOWN -- Kevin L. Cambridge, 28, of


BY BOB WOODWARD

By BOB WOODWARD WASHINGTON POST N 1970, WHEN I WAS SERVING AS A lieutenant in the U.S. Navy


SANDLOT BASEBALL Roth Brothers rolls to 13-3 win over Bud's/DiCioccio in AA loop

YOUNGSTOWN -- Roth Brothers scored six runs in the sixth inning on the way to a 13-3 victory over


AROUND THE HORN

AROUND THE HORN Thursday's other games AMERICAN LEAGUE Red Sox 6, Orioles 4 BOSTON -- David


SCHEDULE | Nextel Cup

Feb. 20 -- Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Jeff Gordon) Feb. 27 -- Auto Club 500, Fontana, Calif.


Alissa Vranches to be July bride of Jim Damiani

XCANFIELD -- Announcement is being made by Gregory and Debbie Vranches, 3908 Dorado Beach Drive, of


Crash charges depend on urine-test results

YOUNGSTOWN -- A pending vehicular homicide charge could be upgraded once results of a urine test are


MIDDLE EAST Varied emotions arise after prisoner release

Many Palestinians consider the motion insufficient. CHICAGO TRIBUNE RAMALLAH, West Bank --


& lt;B & gt;BARTLEY, & lt;/B & gt;Edward John, 80, of Pulaski

& lt;B & gt;BARTLEY, & lt;/B & gt;Edward John, 80, of Pulaski Township, Pa.;


Strickland to speak

Strickland to speak SALEM -- U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland of Lisbon, D-Ohio, will be the speaker at


TRUMBULL FINE ARTS COUNCIL Variety of entertainment events set for summer

WARREN -- The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County has planned a series of events for Thursdays,


HOW HE SEES IT Insurgents target barbers

Opinion: By DURAED SALMAN INSTITUTE FOR WAR AND PEACE REPORTING BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Barbers offering


AMBER HYLAND

AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER HERE'S A NEW ADDITION to the stores and restaurants located


GUBERNATORIAL RACE Strickland wins five county endorsements

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER Five county Democratic parties are officially


Paint ballers terrorize Southwest Side

WARREN -- Men driving around the Southwest Side on Wednesday caused injury and property damage when


'DUKES OF HAZZARD' Car crashes, Daisy Dukes and a devoted fan base

By JULIE HINDS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Have y'all seen the commercial for the new "The Dukes of


A source like Deep Throat is hard to find, but vital

Opinion: The breaking of journalism's longest kept secret, the identity of Watergate reporter Bob Woodward's


NASCAR U.S. Military makes perfect sponsor

Joe Nemechek is the most visible driver, with the No. 1 Chevrolet. ASSOCIATED PRESS Sr. Master


COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Penguins release 2005-06 schedule

YSU's women will play six home doubleheaders and Indiana of the Big Ten. YOUNGSTOWN -- Seven 20-


PERFORMING BANDS

PERFORMING BANDS CMJ schedule The CMJ/Rock Hall Music Fest will take place Wednesday through


THISTLEDOWN ENTRIES

THISTLEDOWN ENTRIES SATURDAY -- 1:40 P.M. 2nd--6 Furlongs Surface: Dirt Open Age: 3 Year Olds