As casualties grow, war debate sizzles



As casualties grow,war debate sizzles
AN ARMY HONOR guard carries the coffin of Army Sgt. Thomas Vandling Jr., 26, of Bellevue, Pa. He was killed in Iraq this month, and his memorial was Friday in Bellevue. In Washington, senators who back President Bush's plan to send more troops to Iraq tried Friday to bolster support for the unpopular strategy.
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LOCAL
Youngstown manslain in Campbell
A 28-YEAR-OLD Youngstown man was gunned down in Campbell on Friday.
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SCHOOL
She's a safe kid
A POLAND North Elementary School third-grader is one of the six safest kids in America, a national safety group says.
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RELIGION
Churches for sale
SELLING a church is no easy task. Faced with falling attendance and population shifts, many churches are forced to go on the market.
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SPORTS
QB joins Thunder
THE ARENAFOOTBALL2 League Office has assigned quarterback Glen Gauntt to the Mahoning Valley Thunder. Gauntt enters his seventh season in Arena Football.
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BUSINESS
When thin is not in
THE U.S. FASHION industry wants models to be healthy, not anorexic or bulimic. A fashion council has released recommendations as part of a new health initiative.
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ENTERTAINMENT
See what the criticssay of films in area
CHECK out this week's selection of capsule reviews of major motion pictures playing in theaters in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys.
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