Globetrotter visits to bring good will



Globetrotter visitsto bring good will
BARRY HARDY may not have played in a Harlem Globetrotters' basketball game since 1999, but he can still dazzle the crowd with the way he handles a basketball. He brought his basketball and a special message about character development to pupils at Youngstown's Paul C. Bunn Elementary School on Wednesday. Above, Hardy works with fourth-grader Landin Temple.
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Awaiting revenue
COLUMBIANA COUNTY officials say they won't borrow money for operations but will instead wait for sales tax revenue.
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BUSINESS
New CEO's deal
THE HOME DEPOT INC. is paying new Chief Executive Frank Blake a fraction of what it paid his predecessor, Bob Nardelli, and has taken the unusual step of promising Blake no severance package if he leaves.
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ENTERTAINMENT
Sundance: What'sthe scoop on event?
EVEN BEFORE the first movie had unspooled at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, the buzz had turned sour: Internet bloggers were writing that there would be nothing here on the order of "Little Miss Sunshine," last year's massive breakout hit. Then again, Sundance is an event that runs on hype, half-truths and innuendo the way cars run on gasoline.
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NATION
Bush's view on oil
PRESIDENT BUSH, trying to add urgency to his shrinking domestic agenda, said Wednesday that America will be held hostage by oil if it doesn't change its habits.
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Boomers' doom
AS AMERICA'S baby boomers approach senior status, a troubling number are dying from causes that have marked the generation since the 1960s.
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SPORTS
YSU men defeated
DESHAUN WOOD scored 17 points and Todd Brown added 16, leading Wright State to a 62-49 victory over Youngstown State in a Horizon League game Wednesday night.
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