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HOW HE SEES IT Circumstances don't favor insurgents

Opinion: By MAX BOOT LOS ANGELES TIMES No wonder public support for the war is plummeting and finger-to-

Jail opening delayed; board votes on bids

Replacement of low railings at the jail will cause costs to increase. MERCER, Pa. -- Opening of

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Leaders revel over plans for Pan Am

Now it's time to cash in on airport potential, a Mahoning County commissioner says. VIENNA -- A


CASSIE STYEN JEREMY THOMPSON XEAST PALESTINE -- Jeremy Alan Thompson and his bride, the former

AUTO RACING Toyota will withdraw as engine supplier to IRL

The Japanese auto manufacturer may move into NASCAR's Nextel Cup. TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) -- Toyota

TRUDY RUBIN Egypt takes time embracing democracy

Opinion: CAIRO -- The two attractive young women were breathless as they ran toward my cafe table outside the

TRUSTEES South Ave. zone upheld

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- Trustees have denied a request that would

'War of the Worlds' for the 21st century

'War of the Worlds' for the 21st century k DIRECTOR Steven Spielberg's remake of H.G. Wells' "War

MAHONING COUNTY Convicted deputies request placement in West Virginia

Sentencing dates have yet to be set for three defendants. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME

Turnabout is fair play: Tribe routs Red Sox, 7-0

Pitcher Kevin Millwood helped Cleveland snap Boston's seven-game winning streak. BOSTON (AP) -- It

Biomed engineers to marry in July at Stambaugh

XAUSTINTOWN -- Jamie Marie MacDougall and Ryan Matthew Belaney, both of 11C Lincoln Place, North

Austintown trustees announce 9/11 Memorial Gazebo

People can buy bricks on which they can inscribe the name of a family member. By SEAN BARRON

Judge allows Liberty man to intervene in civil suit

A pretrial on the matter will be set for next month. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Father upset over damage to girl's car

Derby officials say they offered unlimited repair time or use of another vehicle. YOUNGSTOWN --


XThe 19th annual A & amp;P employees reunion will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Sept. 11 at Frankie's

Weathersfield to hold hearings

McKINLEY HEIGHTS -- Weathersfield Township trustees will have three public hearings Wednesday in

First Place sponsors grant for car show

The foundation is organized for charitable and educational purposes. WARREN -- First Place

BOARDMAN Two school renewal levies to be on ballot

The two levies make up about 20 percent of the district's operating budget. By DENISE DICK


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Weathersfield Board of Education special meeting, 8:30 a.m., middle school


AROUND THE HORN Monday's other games AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 6, Orioles 4 BALTIMORE -- The

John Rocker gets released from Long Island roster

COMBINED DISPATCHES NEW YORK -- John Rocker, who infamously insulted No. 7 train riders in New

Sentencing of ex-major reset for July 25

The move will give Budd's lawyers time to review a presentence report. YOUNGSTOWN -- A federal

Agency offers benefit option

Health-care plans provide access to major health facilities in the region. CLEVELAND -- Small

District seeks voters' help for new sports complex

The board will also consider a resolution for other improvements in July. McDONALD -- Schools

MERCER COUNTY Man sentenced for gas station robbery

Several other people were put on probation for various crimes. MERCER, Pa. -- A Sandy Lake man has

DEVELOPMENTS War on terrorism

New poll: As President Bush prepares to address the nation on Iraq tonight, a new Washington Post-

HOW HE SEES IT Stadium deals aren't always homeruns

Opinion: By CHARLES ZEHREN LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Let's go Yets! From a purely economic perspective,


BETH SAVAGE DAVID HAGEMAN XAUGUSTA, Ga. -- Married May 21 at the Courtyard of Marbury Center were

Records sought in excessive force lawsuit

The arrests were made March 1 after a construction site break-in. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

Fire investigation continues

Damage from the fire is expected to reach $500,000. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Principal to walk to center of Canfield today

Principal to walk to center of Canfield today BOARDMAN -- The principal of Stadium Drive

Flag-burning amendment is disservice to Constitution

Opinion: Once again, it falls to the U.S. Senate to put the brakes on what would be an ill-advised amendment

AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (ages 14-15) Astro Falcons 7, Wharmby Sports 0 -- Trent Vallenger pitched a

Colts LB Toles highlights Ursuline camp

The camp is open to boys entering grades three through nine. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT YOUNGSTOWN

HOW HE SEES IT Taiwan officials are wary of China

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Taiwan welcomes recent visits by


BIRTHS Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Ashley Claytor and Tristan Lewis, 1129 Scioto,


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Tribe files suit in effort for land

The tribe's lawyer is hoping for a negotiated settlement with the state. By JEFF ORTEGA

Megan Corbett and Jasper Koehn to exchange vows

XCOLUMBUS -- Announcement is being made by Donald and Marsha Corbett, 6778 Lakeview Circle, of the

Scandal inspires donation-banning bill

The bill faces an uphill battle to be passed into law. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS

Justices rule both ways on displays

The judges upheld the Ten Commandments display in Texas but not in Kentucky. WASHINGTON POST

A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township: CANFIELD June

TRUMBULL COUNTY Tentative decision keeps MRDD providing services

Services will remain unchanged through Dec. 31. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF NILES

Alumni plan bash for six decades of grads

An alumni basketball game will be added to this year's reunion. STRUTHERS -- For the rest of the

HELOISE Seniors: 'Don't Lose Sight of Your Independence'

Dear Readers: Did you know that by age 65, one in three Americans has some form of vision-impairing

'War' battles with America's reality

Wells' story speaks to America's current fears. By CARLA MEYER SCRIPPS HOWARD The otherworldly

Toyota will withdraw as engine supplier to IRL

The Japanese auto manufacturer may move into NASCAR's Nextel Cup. TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) -- Toyota

Unbeaten Riola keys Rondinelli

Reliever Tyler Pierce allowed no hits to Koch Construction/Line Drive.' STRUTHERS -- Vince Riola

Money stolen by credit fraud

Police caution about giving credit card information over the phone. AUSTINTOWN -- Police are

Let the lying commence

Opinion: Scripps Howard News Service: The high-school graduation rates that states report to the U.S.


JESSICA O'CONNELL VINCE PERRY XLOWELLVILLE -- The marriage of Jessica O'Connell, daughter of Mr.


NASTASSIA FAY MATTHEW ROBINSON XBOARDMAN -- Nastassia Fay, daughter of Ed and Debbie Fay, 7436


AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 6, Orioles 4 BALTIMORE -- The Boss spoke, and the New York Yankees

Man pleads guilty as infamous BTK killer

Dennis Rader is responsible for a series of murders in Wichita over 31 years. KNIGHT RIDDER


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Henry E. Heath, 39, of 2238 Knapp Street, Youngstown, and