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There is a way back for Republicans

Opinion: It's not just the war, or the travails of former Congressman Mark Foley, or any number of other

Italian flavors for Mexican dish

By RENEE ENNA CHICAGO TRIBUNE What happens when Italian flavors get caught up in an easy-to-make

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Domonique Hampton and Anthony Parks, Austintown,

Turnout baffles mayor

The mayor said the city water plant has become a liability. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Off and running: Mason's big effort earns high honors

Sophomore defensive tackle Mychal Savage was the defensive player of the game. By PETE MOLLICA

Designer cats are nothing to sniff at

Opinion: By MEGHAN DAUM LOS ANGELES TIMES It is a truth universally acknowledged that cats make some

We're headed for greater disaster in Iraq if we don't change course

Opinion: By JOHN P. MURTHA WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- The Republicans are running scared. In the White

New Music Society to do 3 fall concerts

The three shows are free and open to the public. THE VINDICATOR YOUNGSTOWN -- The New Music

Size matters with new technology

Better cancer treatments and car designs are expected from a new science. By DON SHILLING

YSU-downtown studies pacts OK'd

A finalized study is expected in December. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN --

Flavorful favorites

By LESLIE BRENNER LOS ANGELES TIMES LOS ANGELES -- Bon App & eacute;tit is 50 years old, and


BASEBALL BB Rooner Baseball -- will conduct tryouts for the fall program and next summer's team.


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS TUESDAY 1st--Rockin Rockzy (Pereira)6.404.602.80 Cart's Dreamer

Mayor explains Blackwell fundraiser

The mayor says he still strongly supports the Democratic gubernatorial nominee. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Process is political, two charge

The trustees chairwoman says the committee's role was advisory. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


OHSAA COMPUTER RATINGS COLUMBUS -- Here are the fifth weekly football computer ratings from the

Judge grants Moonda's defense request

AKRON -- A federal judge has agreed to give Donna Moonda the defense team she requested. U.S.

Polls show Brown leading DeWine

An aide says DeWine has always expected a close race. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

Probation officers are added

The increased staff will allow judges to put more people on house arrest. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- An

Makeover retains flavor as it lowers health risk

Traditional spices help to generate a tasty dish without all the heart-stopping fat. By J.M.


FRIDAY First Presbyterian Church, 28 E. Park Ave., Columbiana, will be selling homemade chili from

Closed for Peace Race

Closed for Peace Race These roads in Mill Creek Park will be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday

Fashions have been tweaked into dynamic styles this year

Everything from clothing to accessories have been given a special touch. SCRIPPS HOWARD Colors,


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Terry N. Tringhese, 26, of 71 Meadowbrook Ave., Boardman, and

Drug problems discussed

More discussions will be held on beautifying the city. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


NATION Inflation decline is larger than expected WASHINGTON -- Wholesale inflation dropped by

Gooden is pretty good in victory

LeBron James nearly had a triple-double in 30 minutes. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Drew Gooden is shooting

NFL ROUNDUP | News and notes

Packers: Green Bay wide receiver Koren Robinson was suspended without pay for a minimum of one year



Teen, 16, kills himself at Texas high school

HOUSTON (AP) -- A 16-year-old shot and killed himself at a suburban high school Tuesday, prompting a

NHL ROUNDUP Tuesday's games

Canadiens 5, Flames 4 MONTREAL -- Radek Bonk and Sheldon Souray each scored two goals and Alex

Insider: Recipes are tried and true

'The Bon Appetit Cookbook' features the best of the best recipes -- 1,200 of them. By LAURA S.

Huge complex sells for 5.4B

The complex owner expects to record an after-tax gain of 3 billion. NEW YORK (AP) -- MetLife

AVOID TROUBLE Medicine caution

Here are some ways to avoid bad reactions to common medications: When a physician prescribes a new

Voinovich tackles hot topics

The senator said he opposes Issue 3, which would legalize slot machines. YOUNGSTOWN -- U.S. Sen.

Chinese deserve protection

Opinion: Dallas Morning News: The United States has long opposed sweatshops around the globe. So who could

Billionaire to buy 200M in stock

Lear disputes an analyst's contention that it needed cash from the investment. DETROIT (AP) --


Surplus food Fellowship Church of God in Christ, 115 Frank St., Struthers, food pantry, 1 p.m.

Without opponent, Detroit in limbo

The Tigers open the World Series at home on Saturday. DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Tigers are

Bar owner offers reward for information in killing

Bar owner offers reward for information in killing YOUNGSTOWN -- Calling homicide victim Jason

OHIO STATE Hoosiers handful according to Jim

The Buckeyes have won the last 13 meetings with Indiana and none has been terribly close. COLUMBUS

Both vulnerable. South deals.

Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH Q 10 8 A K Q 3 2 9 3 A 9 6 WEST EAST 9 3 6 4

Models by Toyota and Honda dominate list

The Toyota Prius was rated best for fuel economy. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hybrid and economy-class

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman and Poland:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman and Poland: BOARDMAN Oct. 11 Breaking and

WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT? Area playoff races

Clinched playoff spot Mooney Control own destiny Columbiana, South Range, Hubbard, Liberty,

Residents oppose fireworks warehouse

A township trustee says it's 'quite clear' residents don't want any more fireworks. By VIRGINIA

2 to be arraigned in 'unauthorized removal'

YOUNGSTOWN -- Two men charged with "unauthorized removal" of salable items from a vacant house were


SUNDAY'S GAMES Detroit 20, Buffalo 17 Dallas 34, Houston 6 N.Y. Giants 27, Atlanta 14

Madonna defends adoption of boy

Child protection groups are challenging the singer's custody of the boy. LONDON (AP) -- Madonna



Ruling puts challenge to Strickland back on

A state official scolded the board for not acting quickly on the complaint. By D.A. WILKINSON

Artist/goldsmith will meet customers

SALEM -- Mary Ann Scherr, an artist/designer and goldsmith, will appear from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

1 killed, 1 injured in crash

1 killed, 1 injured in crash ENON VALLEY, Pa. -- One person was killed and another critically


STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .46, 23.35 --.26 Avalon Holdings,7.50.35 Clear

Voters to see 5 big issues

COLUMBUS (AP) -- Gambling promoters are putting at least 13 million on the line to see if Ohio

Center helps seniors enroll

About 24 people turned out to hear about the prescription drug program. By HAROLD GWIN


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Automaker reinstates 401(k) match for workers

GM's improved finances are good news for white-collar workers. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR


TODAY 1 p.m. (FSN Ohio) Golf: "This Is the PGA Tour." 3 p.m. (ESPN2) UEFA Soccer. 7 p.m. (FSN


SCHEDULE National TV in parentheses Today At Tokyo, Koki Kameda, Japan, vs. Juan Jose

Bears go bonkers after win

Chicago managed just 168 yards on offense while Arizona finished with 286. CHICAGO (AP) -- Charles

Judge delays the execution of cult leader

COLUMBUS (AP) -- A federal judge on Tuesday delayed the Oct. 24 execution of cult leader Jeffrey

Report says to eat fish; benefits beat the risks

Children and pregnant women should skip certain kinds of fish. WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- The

Heavy rain causes flooding

Complaints about water clogged Warren pollution control department phones. Rain and intermittent

Dems back slots, wage raise

The party recognizes there are concerns with the legalization of slot machines. YOUNGSTOWN -- The

Boardman 4-0 winner in sectional

The Spartans will play Louisville, which defeated Canfield, 2-1. BOARDMAN -- Chloe Zidian scored

Plans unveiled for Paramount restoration



TUESDAY'S RESULTS BOYS SOCCER LATE MONDAY Tournament Division I Green 5, Fitch 0 Kent

Attorneys try to save city worker's job

The mayor said city employees were advised not to move while residency laws are in question. By

Poland tops Mooney in Div. II; Girard rolls

Springfield plays United on Thursday at 5:30 and Girard takes on Campbell at 7 in sectional title


WASHINGTON (AP) -- Video games, hated by parents and teachers as the enemy of learning, may be good

Cordray has education and experience to be treasurer

Editorial: Ohio voters face some tough decisions when they go to the polls next month in several statewide

Heltzel's action caused vomiting, Carson says

None of the office workers confirmed the story about vomiting from fear. By ED RUNYAN VINDICATOR

NLCS | Schedule

Wednesday, Oct. 11 St. Louis at New York, ppd., rain Thursday, Oct. 12 New York 2, St. Louis 0


Cavaliers win Drew Gooden scored 21 points, LeBron James nearly had a triple-double in 30 minutes

Officer finds bloody box cutter in car

The arresting officer found a bloody box cutter in the victim's car. By PATRICIA MEADE


FOOTBALL DIVISION I-AA POLL PHILADELPHIA -- The top 25 teams in the Sports Network Division I-AA

Officials tout need for regionalization

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER LIBERTY -- Change is never easy, particularly for

Steelers have a long way to go

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Steelers played with the desperation of a team that felt it

Drug reactions harm thousands

Insulin, warfarin and amoxicillin are involved the most. CHICAGO (AP) -- Harmful reactions to some

Actor Snipes is indicted on 8 counts of tax fraud

Actor Snipes is indicted on 8 counts of tax fraud TAMPA, Fla. -- Actor Wesley Snipes was indicted

Milk vending machine offers healthful choices

The milk machine replaced a soda machine . By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Choice good for health (care)

Opinion: By ROBERT MOFFIT HERITAGE FOUNDATION Choice and competition work in health care. Unfortunately,

Assistant testifies against Noe

Noe was deep in debt when he received the money from the state, prosecutors said. TOLEDO (AP) -- A

No rest for Hoosiers after winning big

They're coming off of their biggest upset since 1987. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- The Indiana

Candidate involved in domestic dispute

Police told the pair to stay away from each other. WARREN -- A domestic dispute involving the

a soggy stroll

A SOGGY STROLL The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay JUST DUCKY: The weather was for ducks, and Carla

FDA approves a new medicine for diabetes

The drug works in a different way from other medicines. LOS ANGELES TIMES Federal regulators

Libertarian c a ndidate in Valley

'The preaching of the message' is more important than winning, he says. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Choice of QB is not certain

Third-stringer Paul Cianciolo is a likely name. STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Joe Paterno's

The ace is in place for Cards

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A big swing by Albert Pujols and another playoff gem from a rejuvenated Jeff

Blood pressure device to be tried

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL STAR TRIBUNE The Food and Drug Administration has given a Minnesota company

Mike Tyson in town

Mike Tyson in town MIKE TYSON worked out at a Youngstown gym Tuesday in preparation for his return

Tyson puts on gloves, then muzzled

By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- From the minute Mike Tyson alighted the

Transport center being planned

The new center will be funded through the sale of Austintown Middle School. By JEANNE STARMACK


YSU Women's golf FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- YSU placed ninth at the season-ending IPFW Fall Classic on

AT A GLANCE | YSU football

AWARD WINNERS Hill, Barth & amp; King Offensive Player: Marcus Mason, 5-foot-9, 215 pounds,

Filing missed deadline, Columbiana Co. board says

LISBON -- The Columbiana County Board of Elections on Tuesday told a Boardman man that his complaint

Mahoning/Trumbull merger possible

Merging the two tourism bureaus is a possibility, a county director says. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

Move aims to improve scores

By AMANDA GARRETT VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- After earning a continuous improvement

Preview of Malkin quite Lemieux-ish

The 20-year-old Russian center makes his NHL debut tonight. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Mark Recchi dares

They may not be able to deal with illness

Dear Annie: My stepdaughter is 49 and in the hospital with terminal cancer. We live three hours

Canfield prepares for state

Warren JFK senior Katie Rogner qualified for a second time as an individual. COLUMBUS -- It's been

Bush signs law for military trials

Congress passed the law after the Supreme Court ruled military tribunals for terrorists violates

Intelligence: North Korea may be planning 2nd test

Images show increased activity around at least two sites. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- Satellite


Agenda Thursday Jackson-Milton Board of Education, 6 p.m., elementary building. Youngstown


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Could Piniella end century-long jinx?

The new manager brushed off a report that he wanted to acquire Alex Rodriguez. CHICAGO (AP) -- Lou

Instant spiced tea can be made in bulk

Dear Heloise: I am looking for a recipe that you make in bulk for instant spiced tea. The only

"The resolution cannot be construed otherwise than a declaration of a war."

Opinion: "The resolution cannot be construed otherwise than a declaration of a war." A statement By the

Officials: No weapon involved in threat

School officials disciplined the boy who made the threat and the pupils who were bullying him. By

School bus crash injures dozens

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Three school buses carrying elementary and middle school pupils to a science

Denmark's crackdown on trans fats is working

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Two years ago, Denmark declared war on artery-clogging oils, making it

& lt;B & gt;BAER, & lt;/B & gt; Mason S., 99, of Warren; calling

& lt;B & gt;BAER, & lt;/B & gt; Mason S., 99, of Warren; calling hours today from 6

Violence brings U.S. forces back to city of Balad

October is on track to be the deadliest month for Iraqis. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces


Rapper Fabolous shot NEW YORK -- The rapper Fabolous was shot early Tuesday as he stood at a

The Centre of attention for tourney

The Warren-Youngstown Holiday Classic is back for a second year. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS