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BASEBALL

BASEBALL Wittenberg University in Springfield -- will be where the Ohio TPX Top 96 High School


A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman: POLAND June 17 Theft: A man


Homeowner cited on dilapidated lot

The officer said he's been at the house many times in the past month or so. By PATRICIA MEADE


Wilmington to have full-day kindergarten

The board also approved the 2005-06 budget. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW


Attacking Alzheimer's

Opinion: Scripps Howard: Alzheimer's disease has always had a certain inevitability in attacking its victims,


Local Habitat for Humanity dedicates West Side house

Two houses will be dedicated in Struthers next week. BY AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


HOW HE SEES IT India gains by reaching out to Pakistan

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS For two weeks the front pages of Indian newspapers


"I think about Iraq every day. Every single day, because I understand we have kids in harm's way.

Opinion: "I think about Iraq every day. Every single day, because I understand we have kids in harm's way.


hYoi! Myron Cope decides to retire

hYoi! Myron Cope decides to retire kLONGTIME Pittsburgh Steelers radio broadcaster Myron Cope is


Four on furlough considered for return

The sheriff's department spent $38,835.66 in overtime costs so far this year. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


TODAY

TODAY 8 a.m. (ECL) Tennis: Wimbledon. 10 a.m. (ESPN2) Tennis: Wimbledon. 12:30 p.m. (WBBW-AM


Erin Spisak Chad Csepeggi

ERIN SPISAK CHAD CSEPEGGI XYOUNGSTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 2:30


The scoop on scoops

Don't get stuck. With the right utensil, that wonderful, spherical serving is yours. By RENEE ENNA


Supervisors approve plan to buy 5 bulletproof vests

No general fund money is needed to buy the $500 vests. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two $1,000 donations


Slather it on k

Slather it on k Want to barbecue on Sunday, but you don't have time to make your own sauce? Here's


Plans announced for Rugh-Webb rite in mid-August

XBOARDMAN -- Announcement is being made by Christine Rugh-Fagan and Patrick Fagan, 7956 Spartan


Housing authority gets new member

Ernestine Wise's term will be in effect through December 2009. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


Today is Wednesday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2005. There are 192 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2005. There are 192 days left in the year. On this


DIPLOMACY Bush makes promises to Vietnamese leader

Phan Van Khai's visit is the first of its kind since the end of the Vietnam War. WASHINGTON POST


Fire station in Boardman to get relocation appraisal

The appraisal will include the lots owned by a Poland family. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


Man arraigned in West Side bar shooting

The alleged accomplice already is under indictment in two separate cases. By PATRICIA MEADE


One very lucky day for a group of co-workers

The $16 million jackpot will be split among 11 co-workers, who all pitched in $1 Friday to buy the


& lt;B & gt;ALLEN, & lt;/B & gt;Stephen Michael, 41, of Boardman;

& lt;B & gt;ALLEN, & lt;/B & gt;Stephen Michael, 41, of Boardman; calling hours


BUCKEYE BOYS STATE | Local participants

A total of 1,325 high school juniors from across Ohio attended the American Legion's Buckeye Boys


OHIO

OHIO Multi-State Mega Millions: 9-13-40-46-50 Mega Ball: 30 Night drawings: Pick 3: 3-1-9


South Side man is awakened by gunfire

YOUNGSTOWN -- A South Side man was awakened early Tuesday after a bullet struck his Detroit Avenue


HOW HE SEES IT Health-care elephant can't be ignored

Opinion: By RONALD BROWNSTEIN LOS ANGELES TIMES Like a patient ignoring an ominous lump, Washington has


DAN K. THOMASSON Censors take dead aim at HBO series

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Between the Federal Communications Commission and a coterie of angry members of


Hazard group plans show-and-tell day

VIENNA -- The Northeast Regional Hazardous Materials Response Group will host a show-and-tell day at


Struthers considers finances

Open enrollment could give the district a financial boost. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF


Keeping the flavor while storing potatoes

Dear Heloise: I think I read somewhere that you shouldn't store potatoes in the refrigerator. Am I


Tracee Blasko, fianc & eacute; planning summer nuptials

XBOARDMAN -- Lawrence and Norine Blasko, 7834 Huntington Circle, are announcing the engagement of


Taxes to be added onto services

Marriage licenses would be exempt from taxation. MERCER, Pa. -- The State Department of Revenue


Pre-Game Ceremony: Eight members of last year's New York-Penn League championship team were honored

Pre-Game Ceremony: Eight members of last year's New York-Penn League championship team were honored


Budget battles over tax reform

Eight House Republicans opposed the budget. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT COLUMBUS


INTERNATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE 3-point shots abound in Mahoning Valley comeback

The Wildcats were down 12-0 before posting their first score. GIRARD -- Maybe it was the fact that


STOCKING THE CABIN PANTRY

STOCKING THE CABIN PANTRY Baking powder Barbecue sauce Beans, canned Bisquick Bread


E.R. SHIPP Death State gets busted

Opinion: The U.S. Sup-reme Court has finally busted the Death State, Texas, proving that the anti-death


Mayor seeks funds to assess lodge idea

He said a study is the first step to determining if the operation could succeed. CORTLAND --


MUSIC BUSINESS Rap rocks, but country cries

Not even Cold Play can rescue this year from the lack-of-sales blues. By JIM FARBER NEW YORK


Stephanie Miles Chad Rachic

STEPHANIE MILES CHAD RACHIC XAUSTINTOWN -- The marriage of Stephanie M. Miles, daughter of Rusty


A crowning comeback

The Scrappers trailed their opener by two in the eighth, but rallied to win. By PETE MOLLICA


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS

MOUNTAINEER RESULTS TUESDAY 1st--HeathersFever(Ccmq)8.604.603.60 Jessiebdancing


Water tank project awaits OK

The new tank will be done in late 2006 or early 2007. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Firecrackers have a very limited time and place

Opinion: Firecrackers have a very limited time and place EDITOR: Being that July 4th is just around the


YSU

YSU Men's basketball YOUNGSTOWN -- Coach Jerry Slocum announced the signing of junior college


DEEP THROAT Movie, book deals for once-secret source

The book, which has been met with skepticism by publishers, is slated for release next spring. By


Landfill company asks to be taken off board's agenda

GIRARD -- The Girard Board of Health will not be discussing a proposed construction and demolition


Woman shot in Lowellville

Woman shot in Lowellville LOWELLVILLE -- A woman was shot in the head at a residence on West


TIPS FROM THE AUTHORS

TIPS FROM THE AUTHORS FROM JERRY MINNICH: A large, bone-in precooked ham can produce many


FOOD SALES AND DINNERS

TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to


President needs to be clear about U.S. presence in Iraq

Opinion: Faced with declining public support for the war in Iraq, insurgencies in Baghdad and other cities


ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL BABE RUTH (14-15) Rondinelli 10, Mahoning Valley Panthers 5 -- Eric Francis collected


Cabin FEVER

Simple recipes, quick preparation and fun, flavorful food should be the order of the day when you're


Political novice initiates the race

Other Democrats are looking at the House seat. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER