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MARK PATINKIN Exploring a different kind of Emerald City

Opinion: I now know what Dorothy saw when she first glimpsed Oz. It's like seeing the Mohegan Sun casinos.


Bush continues push for new energy bill

The president is sure that his plan will help Americans down the line. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


NORTHFIELD RESULTS

NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st--Honest Action(Grsme)9.605.003.00 Agincourt(T Miller)5.403.20


NILES GOVERNMENT Multitasker Telego is new 911 center director

The city official said he's confident he can handle the new duties. By B.J. ARNOLD VINDICATOR


Senators debate what to do with Gitmo prisoners

Some say that new limits should be enacted on their treatment in the facility. LOS ANGELES TIMES


September nuptial for Miss Carcelli, Joseph Conroy

XPOLAND -- Announcement is being made by Carmen and Ann Marie Carcelli, 7680 Brookstone Place, of


Today is Thursday, June 16, the 167th day of 2005. There are 198 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Thursday, June 16, the 167th day of 2005. There are 198 days left in the year. On this date


End of religious pluralism

Opinion: End of religious pluralism EDITOR: The week of June 5 marked the end of religious pluralism and


MAHONING CO. Check bouncer repeat offender

Marino pleaded guilty to other bad check charges in March. YOUNGSTOWN -- A Mahoning County man


OHIO

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 6-1-8 Pick 4, 2-8-9-1 Rolling Cash 5, Super Lotto, 18-20-29-


ROCK A Dark New Day dawns in Youngstown's Cellar

The band comes to The Cellar on Friday. It's a Dark New Day for five musician friends who on their


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Much at stake on CAFTA

Opinion: Dallas Morning News: There's a lot to be lost if Congress doesn't approve a Central American free-


MRDD Board anticipates intense funding declines

A contingency plan involves layoffs and discontinued services. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR


CAL THOMAS Illegal immigration is becoming unhealthy

Opinion: If anyone needs another reason to oppose illegal immigration, to which the Bush administration


STANWADE METAL PRODUCTS Company suffers losses in fire, but a Christmas cactus survives

The plant will no longer produce 275-gallon basement heating oil tanks. By MONICA BOND


LOCAL

LOCAL RTI promotes Hickton NILES -- Dawne S. Hickton has been named senior vice president-


GOVERNOR'S RACE Project Vote director Leland to help Strickland

The former party chairman spent seven years leading Ohio Democrats. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Trustees to sue SBC over nonworking phone line

Trustees expect to spend about $100,000 on paving this summer. WEATHERSFIELD -- A power outage


It's a Dark New Day show at 9 p.m. at The Cellar, 162 Bridge Street, Struthers. (330) 750-0199. This

It's a Dark New Day show at 9 p.m. at The Cellar, 162 Bridge Street, Struthers. (330) 750-0199. This


NATION

NATION k AUTOPSY results on Terri Schiavo supported her husband's contention that she was in a


Rakoci-Romine wedding plans are announced

XThe engagement of Jennifer Rakoci and Travis Romine, 1629 Tanglewood Drive, Liberty, is being


Kelli E. Kougher, Jeffrey M. Chaffee plan fall wedding

XDarrell and Judy Kougher of Greenville, Pa., and Ed and Becki Chaffee of Canfield are announcing


Court affirms Ohio's ability to deal with problem inmates

Opinion: The Supreme Court of the United States dealt a setback this week to those who would tie the hands of


DMV Will the Real ID Act create license delays?

Experts predict that most DMV offices will send licenses through the mail after the act goes into


Darla Nail, fianc & eacute; engaged to wed in late summer

XDarla Marie Nail of Girard and Richard E. Gingrich of Struthers are announcing their engagement and


DANIEL RUBIN | Commentary Philadelphia lineup is lame

PHILADELPHIA _ Why don't we just call it Bland Aid? No, that's taken, by WOW Report, one of the


ENTERTAINMENT Revitalization committee debates zoning issues

Liquor licenses raise questions for the Warren entertainment district. WARREN -- The downtown


AREA

AREA Canfield players in All-Ohio tourney CANFIELD -- Two Canfield High softball players will


Fall wedding set by Wendy Baum and Paul Kittel

XLOWELLVILLE -- Dennis and Janice Baum of Lowellville are announcing the engagement of their


BASEBALL

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MUSIC Fantasia gets 'a little ugly'

The 'American Idol' singer will perform in Ohio on Friday. "American Idol 3" winner Fantasia


HOW HE SEES IT America needs to talk about detainees

Opinion: By FRED HIATT WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- Earlier this month Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld


Urban Ballet boot camp

Urban Ballet boot camp YOUNGSTOWN -- Inner-city youths who enjoy the arts and love to dance may


ON AREA DIAMONDS | Youth baseball

TRI-T BASEBALL COLT (15-17) Boardman Mayo and Associates 15, Niles Shultz Service Center 5 --


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jess D. Goff, 23, of 10815 Unity Road, New Middletown, and


CLASS B Astros topple R & amp;J Trucking, 8-1

Wharmby cruised past Roth Brothers, 14-1. STRUTHERS -- The Class B League division leaders met


TRUMBULL COUNTY Commissioners hire engineering firm for technical work on sewer

The firm will be paid $134,000. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- The


London

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WEATHERSFIELD School district is removed from fiscal caution list

The district still has to watch its spending carefully, school officials said. MINERAL RIDGE --


Police DUI checkpoint

Police DUI checkpoint A sobriety checkpoint will be staged Friday in Mahoning County by members of


YSU $183,000 grant to fund business studies overseas

The grant will also pay for new courses at YSU. YOUNGSTOWN -- Two Youngstown State University


ELECTIONS Senate absentee voting proposal delayed by concerns of race, class

Some legislators are concerned about requiring photo IDs at the polls. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


GLENN GAMBOA | Commentary Musicians make the jump from sellout to shameless

The Maxwell House commercial with the firefighters singing a caffeinated remake of Madness' "Our


The Sources

The Sources Ticketmaster: Kaufmann's in Eastwood, Southern Park and Shenango Valley malls; and


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials found not liable in death of high schooler

A juror said there was not enough proof to show the district was negligent. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


'ROCK SCHOOL' Follow kids on their trip into musical excellence

This is the real deal. Are the kids tough enough? By MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN WASHINGTON POST In


HOW HE SEES IT China's rise puts U.S. on defensive

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS A perfect storm of U.S. grievances with China,