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FRIENDS HOUSE CHAPEL North Star guides community women

The North Star inspires a group of local quilters. By GAIL WHITE VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


NASCAR-Nextel MBNA RacePoints 400 Results Sunday At Dover Downs International Speedway

VIENNA AIR BASE BRAC information delays concern Valley supporters

BRAC's first regional meeting, set for today, has been canceled. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

HBO Final season of 'Six Feet Under' promises smart TV

The family matriarch will have a meaty plot line in the fifth, and last, season. By TERRY MORROW

FATALITY Body of man, 42, found face down in field near river

YOUNGSTOWN -- A partially decomposed body was found Sunday morning near the Mahoning River about 500

Tennessee 12, Wichita State 2

Tennessee 12, Wichita State 2 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee's Rob Fitzgerald went 4-for-6 with a

Record breaker for Tod fund-raiser

Record breaker for Tod fund-raiser k DONATIONS to this year's Children's Miracle Network for Tod

GEORGE F. WILL Congress must stop punishing Southwest

Opinion: DALLAS -- Some things, said Marx, appear in history twice, first as tragedy, then as farce. The

Despite support for MRDD, program is endangered

Opinion: Despite support for MRDD, program is endangered EDITOR: I write today with a heavy heart. Our

Near record-high temps

Near record-high temps YOUNGSTOWN -- How hot was it in Youngstown on Sunday? Not quite toasty


SANDLOTS CLASS B SUNDAY'S SCORES Dave Sugar Excavating 10, Koch/Line Drive 7 Astro Falcons

CLEVELAND TRAGEDY News of arson leads to anger, questions

The arsonist used gasoline to set the house on fire, authorities say. CLEVELAND (AP) -- With the

IBL BASKETBALL Dayton topples Wildcats, 129-101

Rick McFadden led Mahoning Valley with 26 points. STRUTHERS -- Dayton scored the first five points

& lt;B & gt;CLARK, & lt;/B & gt; Madge S., 95, of Youngstown;

& lt;B & gt;CLARK, & lt;/B & gt; Madge S., 95, of Youngstown; calling hours today

CHILDREN'S CARNIVAL Miracles really do come true at hospital fund-raising event

Sunday's telethon raised $960,000, about $40,000 more than last year. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY In an effort to preserve history, archivist plans to buy scanner

The oldest volumes are full of handwritten script done with a quill pen. WARREN -- Nearly 5,000

Black churches and AIDS

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: More than two dozen prominent African American pastors met last week with

"Europe has been functioning without a constitution for half a century ."

Opinion: "Europe has been functioning without a constitution for half a century ." Czech President Vaclav

Wal-Mart, $64,573

Wal-Mart, $64,573 Tod Children's Hospital Golf Classic 2005, $62,000 Marteney Hair Salon,

Top notes, quotes & amp; anecdotes

Just got back from the Jesse Owens Stadium infield (motto: "Where the farmer's tan of today becomes

A. Falcons pull past Rondinelli

Mink Financial has won three straight games. STRUTHERS -- Jared Bartholomew hit a two-run home run

CLASSIC GAMES Still passing 'Go'

Like a hotel on Boardwalk, Monopoly is as strong and profitable as ever. By ROY RIVENBURG LOS

HELOISE Add first aid to the many uses of versatile vinegar

Dear Readers: Anyone who reads my column knows that I sing the praises of vinegar for cleaning,

FUND-RAISER Boardman school principal to walk for pupil who can't

The educator will walk from Columbus to Boardman to raise money for an incurable disease. BOARDMAN

European Union's rejection of constitution is no surprise

Opinion: The rejection over the last two weeks of the European Union constitution by French and Dutch voters

Spinal cord unit provides support for whole family

The hospital offers activities for people with spinal cord injuries and disabilities. By MONICA


GOLF OUTINGS XThe second annual BPJWL Golf Outing to benefit the Daniel M. Flood Memorial

Today is Monday, June 6, the 157th day of 2005. There are 208 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Monday, June 6, the 157th day of 2005. There are 208 days left in the year. On this date in

HOW SHE SEES IT Americans refuse to face reality of oil crisis

Opinion: By CAROL TOWARNICKY KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Richard Nixon had the right idea. During the 1973

PERFORMING ARTS Director of choir keeps singing fun

The only adult show choir in the area has its second performance Thursday. By AMBER HYLAND

Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Poland Township Trustees, 5:15 p.m., special meeting, Poland Township Government


OHIO Saturday night: Pick 3, 8-6-5 Pick 4, 2-9-2-5 Day drawings: Pick 3, 8-8-9 Pick 4,

HOW HE SEES IT China-Japan tension cause for concern

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS The relationship between the two Asian giants, Japan

INTERNATIONAL YSU set to host forum on humor

YSU professors and students will present papers on humor studies. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS SUNDAY 1st--Kickn Chickn (Walker) 22.8011.803.80 Dinkers Cheqmate (Villa-

'Community Chest' of variations

Many groups have created their own versions of the classic game. LOS ANGELES TIMES Some


AMERICAN LEAGUE Twins 9, Yankees 3 MINNEAPOLIS -- Carlos Silva pitched seven strong innings and