Cliff Radel, "Cliff's Notes"


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December 96

Hearing the call of faith
   Published Dec. 25, 1996

Doschers raise canes, and memories
   Published Dec. 20, 1996

Keeping Klan in Christmas gets tiresome
   Published Dec. 16, 1996

Disabled girl's supporters make their voices heard
   Published Dec. 13, 1996

Computer let girl talk to family
   Published Dec. 11, 1996

Cincinnati has cross to bear at Christmas
   Published Dec. 9, 1996

Cafe owner fights city hall
   Published Dec. 6, 1996

Show biz miracle sought by SCPA
   Published Dec. 4, 1996

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November 96

Traditional family hovers around table
   Published Nov. 29, 1996

Doctor has vision to stop kids' darkness
   Published Nov. 27, 1996

Disgraceful, worthless pond scum
   Published Nov. 25, 1996

Nude dancers helping wage war on fungi
   Published Nov. 22, 1996

Buddy Gray wasn't one to sell out
   Published Nov. 18, 1996

Democracy at its purest: write-in races
   Published Nov. 15, 1996

Bengal roar thrills fans, enlivens city
   Published Nov. 13, 1996

Puffed-up resumes hard to swallow
   Published Nov. 11, 1996

Shopping for downtown's selling points
   Published Nov. 8, 1996

Election lies instill degree of voter doubt
   Published Nov. 6, 1996

Just roll with bike statues' message of fun
   Published Nov. 4, 1996

Autumn means high season in Tree City USA
   Published Nov. 1, 1996

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October 96

Halloween handouts by the famous
   Published Oct. 30, 1996

Diabetes ID bracelet not a scarlet letter
   Published Oct. 28, 1996

Catch this train before it pulls out
   Published Oct. 25, 1996

Abuse deaths may hold clues to saving lives
   Published Oct. 23, 1996

King Records plant touches souls in city
   Published Oct. 21, 1996

Waterfront stuck in mud in Covington
   Published Oct. 18, 1996

Abe oughta throw his hat in the ring
   Published Oct. 16, 1996

King Records' totals add up to city history
   Published Oct. 14, 1996

A graceful, grateful lilt honors Irish
   Published Oct. 11, 1996

'70s grads still rebellious after all these years
   Published Oct. 7, 1996

Skip school, go to work - with a parent
   Published Oct. 4, 1996

Riverside blast didn't sink neighbors' faith
   Published Oct. 2, 1996

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September 96

Waterworks PR firm puts lump in throat
   Published Sept. 27, 1996

No, Loveland, democracy's here to stay
   Published Sept. 25, 1996

Eat, drink and be merry, Zinzinnati
   Published Sept. 20, 1996

Chili days numbered at historic locale
   Published Sept. 18, 1996

Parking takes a back seat to Backstage
   Published Sept. 16, 1996

Seating plan for City Hall stands on airs
   Published Sept. 11, 1996

CiTiRAMA melds best of suburbs, city
   Published Sept. 9, 1996

If the city could only see what it's done to him
   Published Sept. 6, 1996

Harsh realities exist in debate over tobacco
   Published Sept. 4, 1996

Readers would love to bounce liquor agents
   Published Sept. 2, 1996

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August 96

Conventions lack pizazz of politics
   Published August 30, 1996

Liquor agents' Riverbend bust hard to swallow
   Published August 28, 1996

Hairy scene: Back-to-school blitz on barbers
   Published August 26, 1996

Mayor's plea for office cash may cost her
   Published August 23, 1996

Don't-stuff rule infringes on tradition
   Published August 21, 1996

When will we stop leaving our children?
   Published August 5, 1996

Median grass giving way to wildflowers
   Published August 2, 1996

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July 96

Fair work brings fond memories
   Published July 31, 1996

Miller workers bottle up beer, but not pride
   Published July 29, 1996

Proposal aims to idiot-proof risk from fire
   Published July 26, 1996

Butterflies to make your heart flutter
   Published July 24, 1996

Hey you, can the criticism of Oktoberfest
   Published July 22, 1996

Oktoberfest deal leaves a bad taste
   Published July 19, 1996

Baton is passed; now will anyone dare run with it?
   Published July 17, 1996

Library books reek of arson, a sick mind
   Published July 15, 1996

Kunzel's idea to move SCPA may be a hit
   Published July 12, 1996

Councilmen handcuffing the police
   Published July 10, 1996

Apple crop lost to rain and dead bees
   Published July 5, 1996

Quiet thanks for freedom's foundation
   Published July 3, 1996

Viewpoints: 'Scumballs' and ballparks
   Published July 1, 1996

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June 96

Little details add up to make the fans happy
   Published June 28, 1996

Gangsters rob decent folks of tranquility
   Published June 26, 1996

FAA should talk to crash victim's mom
   Published June 21, 1996

Saving a life cool diversion on a hot day
   Published June 19, 1996

Job applicant to make game fun once again
   Published June 17, 1996

Thieves can steel tools but not memories
   Published June 14, 1996

Decide site of stadium upon further review
   Published June 12, 1996

Folks really fly off handle at Voinovich
   Published June 10, 1996

In year of cuts, levies, classes still 'carry on'
   Published June 7, 1996

Some advice for Short Fuse: Just pay up
   Published June 5, 1996

Sun casts glad-to-be here spell on us
   Published June 3, 1996

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May 96

Sixth-grader gives lesson in determination
   Published May 31, 1996

How to save on bus fare - and save face
   Published May 29, 1996

Memorial Day echoes solemn notes of taps
   Published May 27, 1996

UC building is pretty, but pretty what?
   Published May 24, 1996

City may lose Issue 3, but end up winner
   Published May 22, 1996

Of moshing, Mace, Marge and a mechanic
   Published May 20, 1996

Man's dream overcomes nightmares
   Published May 17, 1996

Chief seeking accountability for fire deaths
   Published May 13, 1996

Vegetables, fruits produce a rhubarb
   Published May 10, 1996

Marge is not this city, just one loud voice
   Published May 8, 1996

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April 96

Fire's stench will dissipate; will system's?
   Published April 26, 1996

Birthday girl wishes sister would return
   Published April 24, 1996

Unanimity on olestra? Fat chance
   Published April 22, 1996

Tour guides experience city delights
   Published April 19, 1996

Muddy hole may well be mother lode
   Published April 17, 1996

No joke here: A lawyer who helps people
   Published April 15, 1996

Warning: Olestra label to the point
   Published April 12, 1996

If you lived here, you'd be home by now
   Published April 10, 1996

Probation for rapist grandpa is shocking
   Published April 8, 1996

Little girl can teach us all lesson in life
   Published April 5, 1996

Bless John, but it's OK to boo umpire
   Published April 3, 1996

Lowered flag, baseball fan's anthem summed it up
   Published April 2, 1996

Opening Day just the ticket for what ails ya
   Published April 1, 1996

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March 96

Reluctantly, casino town may win big
   Published March 29, 1996

Jonathan's future imperiled by bankruptcy
   Published March 27, 1996

No hang-ups about telling it like it is
   Published March 25, 1996

Slaughter of kids spurs call for pederast law
   Published March 22, 1996

Now it's time to ante up cooperation
   Published March 20, 1996

Civic pride requires 'yes' on Tuesday
   Published March 15, 1996

A significant part of man's life in this endeavor
   Published March 13, 1996

SPCA bags 'Hefty' after months on run
   Published March 6, 1996

Attention, road warriors: On your mark
   Published March 4, 1996

It was a crime the way that she was treated
   Published March 1, 1996

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February 96

3 Schmuttes can't imagine losing Reds
   Published February 28, 1996

Cab owners, here's a tip: Greed stinks
   Published February 26, 1996

Losing things shows what really matters
   Published February 23, 1996

Catholic men warm up to fellowship
   Published February 21, 1996

Molesters only deserve life in prison
   Published February 16, 1996

Coach knows life's bigger than basketball
   Published February 14, 1996

Bill would ask men to register after they romp
   Published February 12, 1996

Referee beatings in Ky. become spectator sport
   Published February 9, 1996

Attention, road warriors: On your mark
   Published February 7, 1996

Answer for 'Cold enough?' a chilling stare
   Published February 5, 1996

Pole cameras can't compete with this crew
   Published February 2, 1996

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January 96

Potholes hold profits for Hubcap Daddy
   Published January 31, 1996

Without gates, Covington is a water park
   Published January 24, 1996

Murder news hits hard in a close town
   Published January 22, 1996

Water station, gas station might not mix
   Published January 19, 1996

With shooting suspect in jail, teen feels free
   Published January 15, 1996

For a moment, turning back hands of time
   Published January 12, 1996

Take blizzard for what it is: a rare treat
   Published January 10, 1996

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