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SEPTEMBER Sacred times

Here is a list of primary sacred times for world religions. One dot (*) indicates holy days usually

Author claims link with Southern Baptists

NASHVILLE (AP) -- The Rev. Rick Warren, best-selling author of "The Purpose-Driven Life," told the

Fitch girls defeat Stow to stay unbeaten

AUSTINTOWN -- The Fitch High girls volleyball team stayed unbeaten with a 25-12, 25-13, 33-31

Suspect seeks surgery to have bullet removed

YOUNGSTOWN -- A man who police say is a murder suspect is asking to be transferred from jail to a

OF MONTREAL Indie dance music? It's what's happening for music fans

More fans are tuning in to the new wave, and that's fine with Of Montreal. By JOHN BENSON

Bring on the Longhorns! Buckeyes trounce RedHawks

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF COLUMBUS -- Now that the Ohio State University football

Valley's donations hit home

Truckers' message to Valley residents is to get involved and keep on giving. By NANCY TULLIS

Local family seeks help for stranded relative

Some help for the flooded South is on the way from Mahoning Valley agencies. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN

LAWSUIT Las Vegas fights to make slogan entirely its own

A California clothing company is using variants of the famous phrase. LOS ANGELES TIMES LAS

Punish child for stealing

Q. Two years ago, we adopted an intelligent, creative, outgoing 4-year-old girl. The one and only

3 more Pa. cases of West Nile appear

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Three new cases of West Nile virus reported in Allegheny and Westmoreland

Land of waterfalls

BREVARD, N.C. (AP) -- They are well hidden behind 30-foot tall thickets of wild rhododendron and


YSU Women's soccer INDIANAPOLIS -- Midfielder Sade Brookman gave YSU a 1-0 lead just 12 minutes


SCHEDULE Today, Sept. 4 At South Yorkshire, England, Clinton Woods, Britain, vs. Julio Cesar

Today is Saturday, Sept. 3, the 246th day of 2005. There are 119 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Saturday, Sept. 3, the 246th day of 2005. There are 119 days left in the year. On this date

TCU ambushes No. 7 Okahoma to pull biggest upset in 45 years

The Sooners suffered their first loss in September under coach Bob Stoops. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Snyderwine, Wilson pace Sharon victory

SHARON -- Mike Snyderwine threw two touchdown passes while A.J. Wilson ran for two scores to lead

Ohio State opens with a 34-14 win

Ohio State opens with a 34-14 win kDONTE WHITNER, above left, returned an interception 26 yards

Buckeyes want to put YSU on their schedule

The matchup would pit the Penguins against their former coach, Jim Tressel. COLUMBUS (AP) -- Late

Dogs, handlers ready to walk for money

Proceeds from the event will support the care of abandoned and abused animals. BOARDMAN -- The

MEDICINE For faster drugs, U.S. beats Europe

Why the difference? Drugmakers can earn more in the United States. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Officials rule death of man a homicide

Authorities are asking for the public's help to solve the case. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR

Study shows government secrets increasing

Some fear too much secrecy threatens accountability. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government is


DEBBI HEFFINGER JIMMIE SANDERS JR. XNEW MIDDLETOWN -- United in marriage during a military-style

DRIVING IDEAS Spiritual time Families can use time in the car as an opportunity to discuss many topics including spiritual ones.

Pray for injured people and emergency workers when you hear sirens. Talk about behaviors you


RELIGIOUS GROUPS XHoly Name of Jesus Ladies Guild will meet at noon Tuesday at Founders Hall. The

Can't make the cut

Can't make the cut Alonzo Jackson, a 2003 second-round draft pick who struggled to make the

CORTLAND Framework set for economic growth

The mayor says he wants business growth in a 'bedroom community.' By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR

Stones to take on Super Bowl show

DETROIT FREE PRESS DETROIT -- The Rolling Stones will be the featured Super Bowl halftime

Make good use of driving time

There's information out there on how to use transportation time wisely. Here's a brief list of some

Versatile Smith helps Mizzou roll

The former Chaney standout thrived in the Tigers' new spread offense. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) --

West Branch stops Beavers

The Warriors ended Beaver Local's 21-game regular season streak 28-6. By ERIC HAMILTON

Dinner party held in North Lima for Yaskulka 50th

XALLIANCE -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yaskulka, 10722 Wilma Ave., were honored Sept. 3 as they

Top 10

TOP 10 Premier theme parks The top U.S. theme and amusement parks, according to



Making a show of strength

Young family members must wait before they can safely handle the big horses. By NANCY TULLIS


IN THE CUP! Area Holes in One Dave Isenberg Jr., of New Castle, Pa., aced the No. 7 hole at


The Vindicator/Jean Neice The Vindicator/Jean Neice IN THE OLD DAYS: A sign at the

Educational forum set

Educational forum set WARREN -- The Evangelical Ministers Fellowship of Warren will sponsor an

The long, hot summer took its toll on fishing

Labor Day weekend traditionally marks the beginning of the transition from the dog days of summer to

Woman arrested on charges of grand theft

AUSTINTOWN -- A woman wanted in connection with a scam that bilked a 90-year-old woman out of almost

Outdoor writers to appear at Jennings Center

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Get to know several of Pennsylvania's finest outdoor writers while sipping


Weathering the storms: Teenager Richard Gasquet weathered the big serves of Ivan Ljubicic to win a

Poland Rotary to host golf outing

Proceeds from the event will support community service activities. POLAND -- Sept. 19 is the date

Massage therapy: getting started

The former high school teacher now puts his energies into other instruction. By L. CROW


55-PLUS MINERAL RIDGE X55-Plus Club of Mineral Ridge will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Mary

OHIO Petro OKs being part of hearing

COLUMBUS (AP) -- Attorney General Jim Petro said his office would participate should the Ohio Parole

Column was a disservice to YSU, its faculty and students

Opinion: Column was a disservice to YSU, its faculty and students EDITOR: Habitually, the first thing I

RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Troubles undo Bearcats' coach

How would you like to have had the two options that confronted Cincinnati University head basketball


TODAY Robinson Family Singers, Gate No. 8: 2, 4:30 and 7 p.m. Grandstand Attractions Draft

REGION Federation plans event for charities

More than 40 nonprofit agencies will get money from the federation. YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Area

CLASSIFIED INFORMATION Study shows government secrets increasing

Some fear too much secrecy threatens accountability. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government is

Vindicator file photo

Opinion: Vindicator file photo FIFTY-FIVE YEARS AGO: An estimated 2,500 people jammed the area in front of

Zoning to be discussed

Zoning to be discussed VIENNA -- Trumbull County Planning Commission representatives will speak

Walk-a-thon to raise funds for cystic fibrosis

BOARDMAN -- The sixth annual "Great Strides" walk-a-thon to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation


ALISSA VRANCHES JIM DAMIANI XYOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Alissa Vranches and Jim Damiani, both of

Another Raider rout: Mount Union defense subdues Washington

Girard's Randy Mason and Fitch's Ross Watson helped the Purple Raiders roll. By ERIC HAMILTON


NICOLE CHANCE ARLO BROOKHART XYOUNGSTOWN -- Nicole Chance, 2277 Oran Drive, and Arlo Brookhart,

BRAC COMMISSION Evacuation squad won't be relocated

The commission will send its final recommendations to the president Thursday. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Kirks observe 50th anniversary at family vacation

XFORT MYERS, Fla. -- The 50th wedding anniversary of former Boardman residents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

Rose competition open to public

COLUMBIANA -- The 45th annual Columbiana Rose Show will be held Saturday at the Sky Bank on Main

Seniors put Tigers in upper class: 2-0

With defense and a little luck, Springfield remains undefeated with a 25-7 win over Brookfield. By

Frocks for red carpet

The gowns reflect the old Hollywood glamour of stars like Audrey Hepburn. By MONICA BOND

WRITERS Religion columns

The Vindicator is seeking columns from area religious leaders or people of faith. Subjects may

Celebrating Hispanic heritage

The tiny Trumbull County community of Hartford and Hispanic Heritage Month don't seem to have a


ANGELA OLIN DAVID BRICELAND XSHARON, Pa. -- The gardens surrounding Buhl Mansion provided the

Both vulnerable. South deals.

Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH x A J 9 8 4 u 9 4 v J 3 2 w Q 10 3 WEST EAST x 10

Hitchcock Road to close for culvert replacement

Hitchcock Road to close for culvert replacement BOARDMAN -- The Mahoning County Engineer's office

State gives housing grant to Campbell

CAMPBELL -- The city has received a $556,000 Community Housing Improvement Program grant to

Raiders edge past Rebels in 17-14 win

The tie-breaking kick went in with only about 10 seconds left in the game. By JOHN BUTERA

YSU ACE union receives copies of proposal

Enrollment rose slightly Friday, the last day for students to apply for fall. By HAROLD GWIN

Survivors numb, 'not themselves'

As one woman left she said 'Any place is better than here.' NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Thousands more

Browne shares lead after 5 birdies in row

Last week, he missed the cut; this week, he hardly missed. ASSOCIATED PRESS NORTON, Mass. --

6 join faculty at Westminster

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Westminster College recently added six new full-time faculty. UDr. David O.

Today is Sunday, Sept. 4, the 247th day of 2005. There are 118 days left in the year. On this date in 1781, Los Angeles is founded by Spanish settlers.

Today is Sunday, Sept. 4, the 247th day of 2005. There are 118 days left in the year. On this date

Ohio robber gets nearly 148 years in prison

COLUMBUS (AP) -- A man convicted in six robberies over two years was sentenced Friday to 147 years


CYCLING SPANISH VUELTA SATURDAY At Lloret de Mar, Spain Eighth Stage 117 miles from


RENEE PHILLIPS JEANDEL GEORGES XGIRARD -- The Rev. Julius Davis solemnized the marriage of Renee

National preserve opens 3 new scenic trails

National preserve opens 3 new scenic trails LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Three new trails have opened in the

'Writing' vividly details the chaos of 9/11 in New York

The lead character has already been traumatized prior to the attacks. By MICHAEL UPCHURCH KNIGHT

Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society to hold conference Sept. 24

JEANNETTE, Pa. -- Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society announced that its 2005 East Coast Bigfoot

"Most Outrageous TV Moments" (8 p.m., NBC): In its fifth installment, the show sifts through

"Most Outrageous TV Moments" (8 p.m., NBC): In its fifth installment, the show sifts through

Group sues library over presentation policy

Library trustees did not allow a talk on 'the biblical view of homosexuality.' By ED RUNYAN

Ball python bites boy's arm while in bed

FRESNO BEE FRESNO, Calif. -- A 12-year-old boy received a rude awakening when he was bitten by a

fugitive of the week

FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK Raymond Hammond The FBI/Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking

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Hubbard on top

The Eagles turned back Poland 23-13 for their first victory. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS


SEPTEMBER 8 -- Washingtonville VFW Senior Scramble at Valley Golf Course in Columbiana. For

Saturday's Sports Transactions

Saturday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League HOUSTON

Tipping tips can come in handy

Guidelines for gratuities differ all over the world. By ALFRED BORCOVER CHICAGO TRIBUNE As


Wake Forest Steve Vallos, a junior offensive tackle for Wake Forest University from Boardman High,

Mahoning board rejects 2 candidates

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Board of Elections disqualified two candidates and four liquor

Schwarzenegger: Options unknown

The California governor is the only known official to return money to Tom Noe. TOLEDO (AP) --

The Vindicator

The Vindicator DOGS DAY OF SUMMER: Ready to take part in the Four-Paws-A-Thon on Saturday are,

Council will view proposal for subdivision regulations

Proposed regulations will be more suitable for the village, one official said. By TIM YOVICH

Spaldings mark 50th anniversary on Alaskan cruise

XYOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Alan Spalding, 3132 Allendale Ave., celebrated their 50th wedding

Penn State turns back South Florida in opener

Big plays on defense and Tony Hunt's running helped the Nittany Lions. STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) --

HURRICANE DISASTER Photos of dead and desperate shake world's view of the U.S.

Roles are reversed: Other countries offer aid to the world's superpower. WASHINGTON POST LONDON

Howling praises for pet microchipping

Dear Heloise: I can't say enough good about the wonders of microchipping pets. Recently, there was a

To find happiness, try keeping in touch through prayer

Are you happy? Often people respond, "If only [fill in the blank] then I would be happy." Webster

At home with 'Home'

The actors say they admire the director for allowing them freedom to improvise. By JEFF BAENEN

Three suspects released in teen's disappearance

The lawyer for one of the suspects said his client plans to leave for college in Holland. SINT

Research looks into placebos' effects

Skeptics haven't been convinced that placebos can cause physical change. By ROBERT C. COWEN

Family to host celebration for Cormells' 50th

XORRVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Took Cormell, 2237 N. Kansas Road, will be honored by family and friends

CANFIELD Running game, defense lead Cardinals to victory

Canton South was unable to run against the Cardinals' defense. By JIM FLICK VINDICATOR

Hagan presents relief plan after heated council debate

Members accused each other of playing political games. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL REPORTER

Welce leads Columbiana to 21-7 victory

He accounted for over 200 yards and a touchdown against Mineral Ridge. By PETE MOLLICA



Campbell has Lucky to thank for victory

In a losing cause, in overtime, Girard's Brett Dutton had 118 yards. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR


INFORMATION If you go Taking a tour: Craig Miller offers daily tours of waterfalls in and around

NOTEBOOK From Ohio Stadium

TV troubles: The unpopular decision to switch the live television broadcast of Saturday's Ohio

NASCAR Jeff Gordon clings to hope for spot in Nextel playoff

He's battling five other drivers for a spot in the Nextel playoff. FONTANA, Calif. (AP) -- Jeff

Liberty rolls, 48-6; LaBrae, Lakeview score shutouts

Chris Harded scored twice as the Leopards routed Cleveland East. LIBERTY -- Liberty High ran 34

Cuyahoga judge rules 3 boys in rape case are unfit to stand trial

CLEVELAND (AP) -- A judge has thrown out the cases against three boys charged with raping a

GRAEDONS | People's Pharmacy ADD/ADHD drugs are linked to weight loss in children

Q. My 10-year-old granddaughter has ADHD. She has been prescribed Concerta and Ritalin and takes

Institution awards grant to teacher

A goal is creation of a 'virtual' science fair that can be viewed on the Web. By HAROLD GWIN


NFL roundup The Bengals bashed the Colts and Jeff Garcia got his leg broke. Page C7

Zimbabwe's leader tightens his iron grip on the country

Editorial: Some 4 million citizens of the southern African nation of Zimbabwe are in urgent need of food aid,

Johnson carries Quakers

Howland got its first victory, a 42-7 win over Erie Central. SALEM -- J.J. Johnson ran for four

Scrappers drop 4th straight

The Scrappers have lost 11 of their last 14 games. AUBURN, N.Y. -- The Mahoning Valley Scrappers'

PGA-Deutsche Bank Championship

PGA-DEUTSCHE BANK CHAMPIONSHIP At Norton, Mass. Purse: $5.5 million Yardage: 7,415; Par: 71


COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES EAST Bethany, W.Va. 34, Franklin & amp; Marshall 21 Bloomsburg

Schwarzenegger issues warning on taxes

SACRAMENTO (AP) -- With his Proposition 76 spending control plan trailing badly in the polls, Gov.

A wise son [heareth] his father's instruction: but a scorner heareth not rebuke.

A wise son [heareth] his father's instruction: but a scorner heareth not rebuke. proverbs 13:1

Separate shootings in Youngstown leave two men in critical condition

One shooting was on the city's South Side, and one was on the East Side. YOUNGSTOWN -- Two men

AREA COLLEGE GAMES Columbiana grad helps O. Northern drop Westminster

Derek Garrod ran for 82 yards as the Polar Bears cruised past the Titans. By BILL ALBRIGHT

Workshop planned for stream monitoring

CANFIELD -- Local citizens, families, students, teachers and community groups are invited to learn

Film director tackles stories of Hiroshima

The author weaves the human and military aspects of the dropping of the bomb. By ANSLEY HAMAN

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AFGHANISTAN Engineer, tourists killed

Fears of disruptive violence against Sept. 18 elections continued to rise. KABUL, Afghanistan (AP)

BEST SELLERS From Publishers Weekly

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "The Historian" by Elizabeth Kostova (Little, Brown, $25.95) 2. "The Da

Friendship fortified in spite of separation

She thought she knew her daughter. Then her daughter joined the Army. By GAIL WHITE VINDICATOR

Autopsy results on 2 are awaited

One victim starved her son to death; the other was convicted of theft. By LAURE CIOFFI

To lie or not to lie is difficult question

Experts debate whether companies could benefit from hiring a liar. By KYUNG M. SONG KNIGHT

Mercy College selects Atty. John F. Hayward as new president

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Toledo attorney has been named president of Mercy College of Northwest Ohio, which

Daughter wants kids to be treated the same

Dear Annie: My daughter has two kids, ages 9 and 5. My husband and I saw the 5-year-old's report


ACT Preparation course FedEx Kinko's copy center, 48 Boardman-Canfield Road (U.S. Route 224),

Grizzly bear faces losing protection

One panel is looking to remove the bear from the Endangered Species list. SCRIPPS HOWARD The

Garden forum to hold autumn flower show

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Garden Forum of the Greater Youngstown Area will hold a Garden and Horticulture

Smaller families, but bigger residences

Homes are not only larger, but more elaborate inside than they used to be. By MARY ELLEN

Island recovers quickly

The tourist season ended early last year because of a groundwater problem. PUT-IN-BAY, Ohio (AP)


MEN YSD (Dogwood) -- 3-man scramble: 1. Steve Ruberto, Bill Christie, Joe Ulicny 63; 2. Ed Pesce,

Dahlia society plans competition, exhibit

YOUNGSTOWN -- An annual dahlia show will be held by Mahoning Valley Dahlia Society from 10 a.m. to 5

Women mentors help teen girls find writing voices

WriteGirl is a mentoring program in Los Angeles similar to Girls Write Now. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE


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Network council to sponsor fashion show, Chinese auction

LIBERTY -- A Fall Fashion Prevue, luncheon and Chinese auction will be sponsored by the American


Holistic living workshop planned YOUNGSTOWN -- The Holistic Living Workshop will be held from

hLetter-writing earns honors for Danish girl

hLetter-writing earns honors for Danish girl Cathrine Dufour waves as she waits for the cue to


Hurricane relief: Several of NASCAR's drivers and teams have set up programs and funds for


LINDSAY TUTTLE MATTHEW BOCIAN XBOARDMAN -- The Saxon Club in Austintown was the setting Aug. 6 for


FOOTBALL FRIDAY'S SCORES AREA Lodi Cloverleaf 3, Rayen 0 Uniontown Lake 27, Wilson 0

Include lessons, time for God with a carpool

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS DALLAS -- A brief history of quality time: Ancient nomads sat around

Scheduled activities for Buhl Day on Monday. There will be no fireworks this year.

Scheduled activities for Buhl Day on Monday. There will be no fireworks this year. 9 a.m.: F.H.

Police arrest man wanted in hit-and-run from 2004

The suspect will be arraigned Tuesday in Niles. NILES -- City police have arrested a former Warren

America's bankrupt in face of disaster

Opinion: WASHINGTON --Somehow it does not seem strange to me, after this blistering and unpleasant July and

Gala evening to mark Stambaugh rededication

Festivities will include dinner and music by vocalists and the Symphony Orchestra. YOUNGSTOWN --

DeMar dropped; Jameson banned

Coach Romeo Crennel cut the team's roster to 53. BEREA (AP) -- Cleveland rookie coach Romeo

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR \ Annie's Mailbox Daughter wants kids to be treated the same

Dear Annie: My daughter has two kids, ages 9 and 5. My husband and I saw the 5-year-old's report

Jeff Gordon clings to hope for spot in Nextel playoff

He's battling five other drivers for a spot in the Nextel playoff. FONTANA, Calif. (AP) -- Jeff

Family outing held for Overlys' 50th anniversary

XCANFIELD -- In celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Overly, 10 Lakeview

Area men honored for leadership, service

Members are elected to receive Scottish Rite 33rd degrees in Chicago. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. --

Officials denounce controller's remarks

ERIE, Pa. (AP) -- Erie County officials -- male and female -- are saying that Controller Sue Weber

Major League Soccer

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For 60 years, couple keeps fair tradition

The Hubbard couple hasn't missed a yearly visit in six decades. By JEANNE STARMACK VINDICATOR

Columbus suburb aims to streamline traffic

COLUMBUS (AP) -- A Columbus suburb has been chosen as the first city to test developing federal


INSIDE On C3 More college football.

Higher fuel costs put emphasis on efficiency

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR Area trucking companies are looking to make every

CAMPUS NOTES In the spotlight

Awarded and inducted Dana Rose DeLorenzo, a 2001 Boardman High School graduate, received the




TUESDAY XDaphne members will meet at 11 a.m. at Shepherd of the Valley for a program, "Ladies of


NICOLE DANISH EDWARD EVE XNEW MIDDLETOWN -- Nicole Lyn Danish, a daughter of Jerome and Donna


NASCAR-NEXTEL CUP-SONY HD 500 Race today At California Speedway Fontana, Calif. Lap length:

Night fishing proves to be ideal

Bottom-fishing in the Keys can be hard to beat. By SUSAN COCKING KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

CAL THOMAS From spendthrifts to thrifty spending

Opinion: Congress returns to work in a few days, which means that the unrestrained raiding of the public


LOCAL Hunter education course CANFIELD -- The Mahoning County Coon Hunters Protective

Blake comes from the depths to knock off Nadal

NEW YORK (AP) -- Misfortune's victim for so long, James Blake punctuated the Hollywood-like

State has wealth of Civil War history

A trail of markers across North Carolina will inform visitors about sites. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) --

Canfield Fair draws young and old alike

Canfield Fair draws young and old alike k ALEXIS RHODES, 10, of Mineral Ridge, gets help off the

KEN GARFIELD Group offers know-how for special-needs issues

Activists and parents have told me over the years that a lack of money and manpower keeps some

Ministry reaches out with an anti-violence message

Organizers wanted to send the city's children back to school on a positive note. By NANCY TULLIS


IF YOU GO WHO: Of Montreal. WHEN: 9 p.m. Wednesday. WHERE: Beachland Ballroom, 15711 Waterloo


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Zwick steps in at quarterback

Coach Tressel wouldn't say which quarterback will start against Texas. By TOM WILLIAMS

McDonald rolls easy past Windham 32-0

Matt Krumpak threw a pair of TD passes for the Blue Devils. WINDHAM -- The 1-2-3 offensive punch

TAX LAW Schools fear loss of income sources

Sen. Marc Dann says the state's schools got 'punked' with the new Ohio law. By ED RUNYAN

Snoop Dogg files a lawsuit over use of image in ads

Snoop Dogg files a lawsuit over use of image in ads PHILADELPHIA -- Snoop Dogg is seeking $2

GARDEN FORUM Trips planned

Call Eleanor Young, (330) 758-8273, or Dorothy Haddox, (330) 799-1613, for reservations or

HOW HE SEES IT Tour of duty in Iraq shatters stereotypes

Opinion: My tour in Ba'qubah, Iraq, is one of the most influential and important events in my life. I have

Mentor holds off Ursuline for 26-19 win

Rayen lost 3-0 to Cloverleaf, while Youngstown Christian won again. MENTOR -- Bill Deitman ran 18

AROUND THE NFL | News and notes

Bengals: Defensive end Duane Clemons, who started 14 games last year for the Bengals, was suspended


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On midway, Red Cross pitches for disaster aid

The Red Cross is offering a free, one-day course in disaster relief. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR

U.S. Open Results

U.S. OPEN RESULTS Singles Men Third Round Nicolas Massu, Chile, def. Stanislas Wawrinka,

Club stitches hats for patients

The Beaver Zippers have joined a St. Elizabeth Health Center effort. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN

KATRINA AFTERMATH Residents, workers struggle Bush visits, promises to make things better

Congress has approved $10.5 billion for emergency hurricane relief. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, Lincoln Julianne Brown of Youngstown, arts. MIAMI UNIVERSITY, Oxford

Zambrano continues to puzzle Pirates, 9-5

The Cubs' pitcher posted his seventh straight win over the Bucs in two years. PITTSBURGH (AP) --

BUHL DAY Organizers plan event for family

The juried art show has been revived for this year's celebration. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR

Top flight: the arguably brilliant crow

I've often wondered why I never see a dead crow along the side of the road. Ask an ornithologist for

Charity funds luxury lifestyle for its founder, a Baptist leader

Over three years, Bishop Eddie Long got $3.07 million from the charity. LITHONIA, Ga. (AP) --

CIA should release the new 9/11 report

Opinion: Miami Herald: Close to four years after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the inspector general

HELPING HANDS Volunteering

Volunteer Services Agency, a United Way Agency, is a local resource for volunteer recruitment,

NOTRE DAME Teammates: Quarterback Quinn confident

Expectations are high that new coach Charlie Weis can develop Brady Quinn. KNIGHT-RIDDER TRIBUNE

Why does God allow pain, suffering?

Opinion: Hurricane Katrina has raised anew ancient and frustrating questions about why there's evil in the

Canfield junior women plan annual market

CANFIELD -- The Junior Women's League of Canfield will sponsor its 36th annual Fall Market from 9

BIG 10 ROUNDUP Kent State gets belted by MSU

Michigan State gained 685 total yards in a 49-14 win over the Golden Flashes. ASSOCIATED PRESS


BIG FIVE The Five Factor model (also known as the Big Five) is the most popular approach for


PATRICIA CZECHOWSKI CHAD HOOVER XNILES -- The marriage of Patricia C. Czechowski, 821 Knox Ave.

Blood Drives

Blood Drives TODAY Canfield Fair, 7265 Columbiana-Canfield, Canfield, noon-7 p.m. Trumbull

The local club youths are showing 32 llamas at the fair.

The local club youths are showing 32 llamas at the fair. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR

Celebration held for the Pacalos' 50th anniversary

XBOARDMAN -- Capt. and Mrs. Nicholas Pacalo, 7394-C E. Huntington Drive, celebrated their 50th


JENNIFER POLISH ANDREW CHANGOWAY XYOUNGSTOWN -- Kidston Pavilion at Fellows Riverside Gardens was

Steelers release Jackson

The linebacker was among 12 players released by Pittsburgh Saturday. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Alonzo

Anniversary is observed by the Assions

XMEDINA -- The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Assion, 961 Bayberry Drive, was


Homecoming at KSU KENT -- Kent State University plans a variety of public activities for its

HOLLOWAY CASE Three suspects released in teen's disappearance

The lawyer for one of the suspects said his client plans to leave for college in Holland. SINT

W. PA. FOOTBALL New Castle turns back Yough, 13-6

Stephen Whetzel's 91-yard opening kickoff return set the pace for the 'Canes. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU


DOCTOR New podiatrist Joseph M. Barak, son of Joseph and JoAnn Barak of Poland, has graduated

Park trustees raise $3.5 million for mprovements

The formal campaign ends in December. Improvement work starts this spring. By LAURE CIOFFI

Arnolds feted at anniversary party

XAUSTINTOWN -- The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold Sr., 5523 W. Webb Road, is

hSimpson, Lachey set for NFL tribute to 9/11

hSimpson, Lachey set for NFL tribute to 9/11 NEW YORK -- Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey will sing

'Reunion' premiere invites a second look

Six high school friends are the focus of the episodes. DALLAS MORNING NEWS Times flies on Fox's

Boardman official faces charge of DUI

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER STRUTHERS -- Boardman's administrator will return to


BASEBALL Niles Parks and Recreation Department -- offers fall baseball for ages 7-8 and

Adviser's residence disputed

He received homestead exemption tax breaks in two places at once. WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON --

Rally Day at John Knox

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AREA ROUNDUP Saturday's games West Liberty 20, Walsh 17 WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. -- Derick Stickles