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WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

CANFIELD FAIR RESULTS MONDAY 1st-LikeNothingElse(Hatfield)27.605.002.80 Time Inthe Box


Pa. convicted sex offender faces multiple charges in sex-slave plot

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A convicted sex offender was charged with planning to kidnap a woman so he could


Some refugees from Katrina to head to Ohio

A Mahoning County official said he knew of no effort to bring refugees here. COLUMBUS -- Hundreds


Playground named for man tries to reach out to families

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Paul Wassam never got to see the


Suffering in Katrina's wake has biblical implications

Opinion: Suffering in Katrina's wake has biblical implications EDITOR: In one of my sociology classes, I


HOCKEY 39 Olympic hopefuls set to gather for orientation

The group of hopefuls for the 2006 Winter Olympics has NHL experience. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.


Pa. pilot escapes serious injury after crashing home-built plane

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A pilot crashed his home-built airplane in a cow pasture after suffering


PGA-DEUTSCHE BANK CHAMPIONSHIP

PGA-DEUTSCHE BANK CHAMPIONSHIP Monday At TPC of Boston Norton, Mass. Purse: $5.5 million


STANDINGS

STANDINGS A.L. wild card WLPctGB New York7759.566-- Cleveland7661.55511/2 Oakland7661.55511/2


INDIANS Elarton finally wins as Tribe tops Tigers

DETROIT (AP) -- Scott Elarton was able to throw his fastball where he wanted to, and that made all


Culvert replacement

Culvert replacement COITSVILLE -- Mahoning County Engineer Richard A. Marsico has announced the


Arizona could be best in NFC West

Only the 49ers are expected to be out of this race this season. ASSOCIATED PRESS The fashionable


Hill Barth & amp; King Offensive Player of the Game: Kyle Smith (6-0, 170, Sr.) wide

Hill Barth & amp; King Offensive Player of the Game: Kyle Smith (6-0, 170, Sr.) wide receiver


YSU's Smith extends streak

He was named the offensive player of the game for his efforts. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS


Texas ready for Buckeyes

ASSOCIATED PRESS HEY'VE WON THE ROSE BOWL. hey've won tough games at Arkansas and Texas A &


ROUNDUP | News and notes

Dementieva advances: Elena Dementieva had more problems getting her match to start than with her


U.S. Open Results

U.S. Open Results By The Associated Press Sunday At The USTA National Tennis Center New York


"Rome: Engineering an Empire" (9 p.m., the History Channel): If you've seen the elaborate re-

"Rome: Engineering an Empire" (9 p.m., the History Channel): If you've seen the elaborate re-


TEMPLE OF TOLERANCE This back yard is monumental for meditation

People wanting to find a peace are among those who visit the boulders. WAPAKONETA, Ohio (AP) --


Comedian gits it done for 8,000 fans

Fans wore shirts and hats with Larry's well known saying . By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR


McCartney: John helps me sometimes when I write

McCartney: John helps me sometimes when I write NEW YORK -- Paul McCartney sometimes gets a little


Down to the wire

Down to the wire The Nextel Cup race in Richmond, Va., Saturday night is all that remains before


Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon Virginia Beach, Va. Men 1. James Mwangi, Kenya, 1:00.42. 2.


ON C5

ON C5 XThe Steelers signed Hines Ward to a four-year contract. XJerry Rice retired from the


Scrappers get two hits in 6-2 loss

AUBURN, N.Y. -- The Scrappers were held to two hits by four Auburn pitchers Sunday night in a 6-2


DEERFIELD RACEWAY

DEERFIELD RACEWAY SUNDAY'S RESULTS Micro Sprint: 1. Mike Borawiec Jr., 2. Todd Reusser, 3. DJ


Women's NBA Playoffs

Women's NBA Playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-3) EASTERN CONFERENCE Connecticut vs. Detroit


THEFT DETERRENT Modern technology stops vandalism, beavernappings

The fiberglass beavers attract tourists to the city near Dayton. BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (AP) -- First,


hPlane crash kills 147

hPlane crash kills 147 MEDAN, Indonesia -- An Indonesian woman covers her mouth after trying to


NASCAR Final Nextel Cup spots up for grab

Only 62 points separate the five drivers battling for the last two spots. FONTANA, Calif. (AP) --


Detroit beats Cleveland

Opinion: Cincinnati Post: Cleveland is no longer the poorest big city in America. Detroit, once the symbol of


ODOT Removal sought of some stoplights

Dunkirk's mayor said the village will go to court to keep the traffic signal. TOLEDO (AP) -- Ohio


CROSS COUNTRY

CROSS COUNTRY MAPLEWOOD INVITATIONAL Boys Scoring: 1. Ashtabula Edgewood 63, 2. Maplewood 73, 3.


Today is Tuesday, Sept. 6, the 249th day of 2005. There are 116 days left in the year. On this date

Today is Tuesday, Sept. 6, the 249th day of 2005. There are 116 days left in the year. On this date


Ronnie Belliard gets his man

Ronnie Belliard gets his man kCLEVELAND second baseman Ronnie Belliard tags out the Detroit


INVESTMENT SCANDAL Democrats: Petro failed to do his job correctly

The attorney general waited too long before launching a probe, they say. COLUMBUS (AP) -- The heat


AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIANS 2, TIGERS 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIANS 2, TIGERS 0 CLEVELANDDETROIT abrhbiabrhbi Szmore cf3110Infante ss4000


HOW HE SEES IT Rehnquist's legacy is thin in spots

Opinion: By EDWARD LAZARUS WASHINGTON POST The passing of William Hubbs Rehnquist is an occasion for


EFFICIENCY School districts, state agencies face fuel costs

For some entities, there are few options for cutting back on fuel use. ASSOCIATED PRESS High gas


CLEVELAND Quietly, rock hall of fame turns 10

The museum has some plans for traveling exhibits. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Some aging rock 'n' rollers --


Jerry Rice retires after 20 seasons

The receiver signed with Denver so he could play for coach Mike Shanahan. DENVER (AP) -- Unwilling


canfield Fair

CANFIELD FAIR Attendance A look at attendance at the fair this year compared to 2004 with last


IRAQ Al-Qaida attacks grow

The insurgents continue to use kidnappings and murder to intimidate Iraqis. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) --


BROWNS Rookie Frye wins backup job at QB

Charlie Frye, the former Akron quarterback, beat out veteran Doug Johnson. BEREA (AP) -- Charlie


U.S. OPEN Agassi reaches quarterfinal round at age 35

NEW YORK (AP) -- Three points from the end of a sunbaked five-setter, the man draped over the net


GEORGE F. WILL Rehnquist's activism was structured

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- When the 1964 presidential candidacy of Arizona's Sen. Barry Goldwater carried only


ST. MATTHIAS School forced to borrow, or close

Enrollment has declined from a high of about 500 in the '50s to just 70 today. By HAROLD GWIN


Local residents give about $265K to telethon, same sum as last year

Area residents pledged about $265,000 to the annual Jerry Lewis telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy


U.S. EPA nears halfway mark in its cleanup of health hazard

Predictions of heavy rains suspended the cleanup. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


HEALTH Scientists plan to study nitrite as a treatment

The meat preservative could help with aneurysms and other maladies. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Could the


AT A GLANCE | NFC West

ARIZONA Optimistic: Another strong draft and some key free agent acquisitions have Cardinals a


J.R. LABBE BRAC incapable of eluding politics

Opinion: Say what you will about BRAC -- and plenty is being said today through clenched teeth in states that


LOCAL

LOCAL SVC player of week YOUNGSTOWN -- Robert Walker of Mooney High was named Steel Valley


Ohio girl killed while tubing on lake in Ky.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- An 8-year-old Ohio girl died at a hospital after a tubing crash on Lake


Officials dub event as subdued but good

Kathy Bennett will become fair board president next year. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR


PENNSYLVANIA Jews turn ghostly inn into synagogue

MERION, Pa. (AP) -- Rabbi Shraga Sherman knows about the murder, and he's heard about the ghosts.


SUPREME COURT President nominates Roberts to be chief

Bush is being pressured to nominate another woman to replace O'Connor. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


STANDINGS New York-Penn League

Pinckney Division WLPct.GB y-Auburn (Blue Jays)4329.597-- Batavia (Phillies)3438.4729 Scrappers


The Steelers sign Ward to a 4-year deal worth $26M

The wide receiver walked away from contract negotiations with more money than he expected to get.


BASEBALL

BASEBALL American League SEATTLE MARINERS--Activated RHP Rafael Soriano from the 60-day DL.


MONDAY'S SUMMARY

MONDAY'S SUMMARY Mississippi 10, Memphis 6 Mississippi3070--10 Memphis3300--6 First Quarter


HOW HE SEES IT An act of God, assisted by humans

Opinion: By JOHN HALL MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON -- Looting in the streets, some of it while


National Football League

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Major League Soccer

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HURRICANE KATRINA Experts prepare to identify dead Mayor estimates toll at 10,000

Some residents are refusing to leave the homes where they have been trapped for a week. COMBINED