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HUMAN GUINEA PIGS TESTING for dollars

Companies look for an edge before their products are made available to the public. By TERRY LEE


WORTH A LOOK

CRAFT SHOWS XSalem Elks Auxiliary is seeking vendors for its annual Christmas Craft Show to be


German elections end with close vote

German elections end with close vote BERLIN -- Conservative challenger Angela Merkel, above,


Today is Monday, Sept. 19, the 262nd day of 2005. There are 103 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, Sept. 19, the 262nd day of 2005. There are 103 days left in the year. On this date


AL CENTRAL Laid-back Indians applying pressure to first-place Sox

Cleveland has won 12 of its last 13 games and has a chance to win the division. CHICAGO TRIBUNE


HELOISE Simple techniques keep the plumbing in tip-top condition

Dear Readers: Here are some important hints to keep the plumbing in your home running smoothly:


MAHONING COUNTY Ellsworth Twp., Sebring, Beloit and Petersburg to benefit from grants

The money will help to fix flooding and sewage problems. By ROGER G. SMITH VINDICATOR


Magazine: Tori Spelling, husband calling it quits

Magazine: Tori Spelling, husband calling it quits LOS ANGELES -- Actress Tori Spelling and her


Bring on the Big Ten

Bring on the Big Ten Moments after beating up on winless San Diego State, the Ohio State Buckeyes


& lt;B & gt;BINION, & lt;/B & gt; Barbara J., 54, of Warren;

& lt;B & gt;BINION, & lt;/B & gt; Barbara J., 54, of Warren; Borowski Memorial Home.


FUGITIVE OF WEEK

FUGITIVE OF WEEK Steve Makosky The U.S. Marshals Service in Northern Ohio is asking the public


Washington Post: John G. Roberts Jr. should be confirmed as chief justice of the United States. He

Opinion: Washington Post: John G. Roberts Jr. should be confirmed as chief justice of the United States. He


A new breed of malicious software can record every keystroke a computer user makes and send the data

A new breed of malicious software can record every keystroke a computer user makes and send the data


Ex-Liberty entrepreneur gives acreage

The gift of land may help bring a new fire station to the township. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


IRAQ Insurgents kill Kurdish official

Dozens of other fatalities were reported throughout Iraq. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents


Spellings plans college project

ASSOCIATED PRESS America's system of colleges and universities is famously decentralized,


A boost from the new West

The school is the third of 15 to open in a $202 million construction program. By HAROLD GWIN


"In the Balance" (10 p.m. and 11 p.m., PBS): A videotape claiming that a terrorist attack will

"In the Balance" (10 p.m. and 11 p.m., PBS): A videotape claiming that a terrorist attack will


INSIDE

INSIDE X The Carolina Panthers know a Week 2 victory over New England doesn't come close to


Agencies set to give help at Christmas

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Salvation Army, Mahoning County Area Services, and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves'


HOW HE SEES IT Web giants help China oppress its people

Opinion: By MAX BOOT LOS ANGELES TIMES Imagine what would have happened if during the 1980s an American


DEFENDING CHAMPION Early crash proves costly for Busch

Scott Riggs was not penalized for his role in the crash. LOUDON, N.H. (AP) -- A second-lap crash


DENUCLEARIZATION Negotiators struggling

U.S. diplomat: Differences with North Korea 'difficult but not insurmountable.' WASHINGTON POST


BRIDGE

Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: x A J 3 u A K 9 8 3 v A 9 5 w K 3 The bidding has proceeded:


JAPAN

Opinion: JAPAN Asahi Shimbun, Toyko, on election results: The Liberal Democratic Party led by Prime


COLLEGE FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY SCORES EAST Albright 21, Susquehanna 7 Alfred 42, St. Lawrence 7 American


ELLEN GOODMAN FDA acts foolishly in yanking Plan B

Opinion: BOSTON -- Now that we have waved "Bye, Bye, Brownie" to Michael Brown, the hapless head of FEMA,


More than 2,000 children are still missing or separated from their families.

More than 2,000 children are still missing or separated from their families. COMBINED DISPATCHES


INTERNET SECURITY New ID theft method stuns

Identity thieves are keeping one step ahead of Internet users and security experts. LOS ANGELES


Cancer survivors celebrate hope

Hundreds of monarch butterflies were released to symbolize survivors' lives. By KATIE LIBECCO


Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Mahoning County Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board Finance and Fund


NOV. ELECTION In voting booth, lots of reading awaits

There are five statewide issues -- with an average of 562 words each. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Local


CARL LEUBSDORF Can U.S. avoid fiscal disaster? Not likely

Opinion: President Bush's fiscal and political policy is a bit like that old Democratic mantra -- "tax and


Youngstown leaders must be tough on the city's behalf

Opinion: Youngstown leaders must be tough on the city's behalf EDITOR: As a Youngstown resident, voter


DEDICATION: Kayla Richards, left, and Alexis Arnett, both 8, cut the ribbon to officially open the

DEDICATION: Kayla Richards, left, and Alexis Arnett, both 8, cut the ribbon to officially open the


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John P. Richmond, 29, of 18047 5th St., Beloit, and Angela L.


Process to fill CDA job begins

The CDA director job pays $66,611.48 annually. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN


AROUND THE HORN Sunday's other games

AMERICAN LEAGUE White Sox 2, Twins 1 MINNEAPOLIS -- Jose Contreras (13-7) won his sixth straight


life & amp;work

LIFE & amp;WORK Testing for dollars kDAWN SCROFANO is among thousands of Americans who, for


Guild's chili dinner will benefit 5-year-old

MINERAL RIDGE -- The St. Mary Church's Women's Guild will sponsor a chili dinner to benefit Josef


Reservist re-enlists to keep peace in Kosovo

He passed his spare time helping Kosovo children at a school. By ED RUNYAN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


OHIO STATE FOOTBALL Memories of '04 flop motivating Buckeyes

Last season, Iowa embarrassed the Buckeyes, 33-7, in the Hawkeye state. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS


PREVIEW Tonight's games

N.Y. GIANTS (1-0) at NEW ORLEANS (1-0) Game time: 7:30 p.m. TV/radio: (33) (5) (4); at 9 p.m.,


PORTAGE COUNTY Shooting suspect's trial starts

Trimble is accused of killing his girlfriend, her son and a Kent State student. RAVENNA (AP) -- A


CRIME Seller, beware: Have they got a scammy deal for you

Don't get burned by the 'car-selling scam,' the 'overpayment scam' or the 'criminal cash-back scam.'


They traveled unsupervised, supporting one another along the way.

They traveled unsupervised, supporting one another along the way. HOUSTON (AP) -- They're out


Last Gaza-Egypt border gaps sealed

Palestinian officials plan to open the official crossing. RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) -- Hundreds of


GOLF ROUNDUP Sunday's results

PGA 84 Lumber Classic FARMINGTON, Pa. -- Jason Gore held off the 84 Lumber Classic field with big


Canfield High School's band night rescheduled

Canfield High School's band night rescheduled AUSTINTOWN -- Canfield High School, in cooperation


In Niles, an antique shines again

The Niles Historical Society began its greenhouse fund raising two years ago. By TIM YOVICH


Penguins set for first big test

YOUNGSTOWN -- The undefeated Youngstown State football team is heading toward its first major


PREPS Altomare hits milestone as Leetonia rips Wellsville

The Bears coach has more wins than anyone in Columbiana County history. WELLSVILLE -- Jake Kruegel


births

BIRTHS Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Jason and Jody Evinsky, Struthers, girl,


NOTEBOOK From Jacobs Field

Hafner seeks wins, not revenge: Travis Hafner doesn't remember getting an apology. Then again, the