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December 97

. Students teach holiday lesson
   Published Dec. 17, 1997

. 'Tears won't stop' for officers
   Published Dec. 15, 1997

. Voice restored, Nikki's growing up
   Published Dec. 12, 1997

. Piper's sad song sends fallen fellow officer home
   Published Dec. 11, 1997

. European teens find real U.S. different than reel one
   Published Dec. 10, 1997

. Tragedy puts face on job
   Published Dec. 8, 1997

. Real people, real dreams at virtual firm
   Published Dec. 3, 1997

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November 97

. 'Our store' is the future of downtown
   Published Nov. 28, 1997

. Restaurateur serves up hope
   Published Nov. 26, 1997

. Splitting hairs over stadium, smokers, poll
   Published Nov. 21, 1997

. Taking care of business takes caring
   Published Nov. 19, 1997

. Smoking rate: First is worst
   Published Nov. 17, 1997

. Lindner steering Schott on stadium
   Published Nov. 14, 1997

. Politicians: Job hunt on your own time
   Published Nov. 7, 1997

. Our parents can't mind polls forever
   Published Nov. 5, 1997

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October 97

. A frightful way to treat little beggars
   Published Oct. 31, 1997

. Twins are twice the work, twice the love
   Published Oct. 29, 1997

. Broom jockey object of fun, not worship
   Published Oct. 24, 1997

. Flynt might hasten revitalization
   Published Oct. 22, 1997

. Free speech abounds on topic of porn
   Published Oct. 20, 1997

. Porn buyers: It's your right, but it's wrong
   Published Oct. 17, 1997

. Repairman's skills put to the test
   Published Oct. 15, 1997

. Bone-dry soil no match for farmer's faith
   Published Oct. 13, 1997

. Reds stadium not welcome in Clarksville
   Published Oct. 10, 1997

. Bold, brazen city manager needed
   Published Oct. 6, 1997

. Magic river keeps Doc in East End
   Published Oct. 3, 1997

. At cemetery, caretaker puts life in order
   Published Oct. 1, 1997

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September 97

. Give your riverfront views
   Published Sept. 29, 1997

. Everyday hero heads home
   Published Sept. 26, 1997

. Couple's hands have special touch
   Published Sept. 24, 1997

. Simple faith behind classic 'Yes, Virginia'
   Published Sept. 22, 1997

. Don't let elites edge out public on riverfront
   Published Sept. 19, 1997

. Nurses care, wherever hospital goes
   Published Sept. 17, 1997

. Give council riverfront input
   Published Sept. 15, 1997

. Justice suffers as city sits on Depodesta case
   Published Sept. 12, 1997

. Just a teensy problem with rec center plans
   Published Sept. 8, 1997

. Fireman's heroism in character
   Published Sept. 5, 1997

. Breast cancer makes trio 'sisters'
   Published Sept. 3, 1997

. Tabloid fans share in blame
   Published Sept. 1, 1997

. Tarbell: City's fun candidate
   Published Sept. 1, 1997

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August 97

. Concert, coach, couple prompt flood of mail
   Published August 29, 1997

. A life of love blossoms like violets
   Published August 27, 1997

. Pregnant woman balks at baring belly
   Published August 25, 1997

. New schools give new focus to two suburbs
   Published August 22, 1997

. West-sider adds spice to meat, potatoes
   Published August 20, 1997

. Capt. Al keeps smiling at life, river's romance
   Published August 6, 1997

. Price Hill lampposts spark feud
   Published August 4, 1997

. Even in death, coach teaches kids about life
   Published August 1, 1997

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July 97

. Workers, clients form clinic family
   Published July 30, 1997

. Fair manager gives tradition all due respect
   Published July 28, 1997

. Parents hold key to safer jazz festival
   Published July 25, 1997

. Librarians have last word on technology
   Published July 23, 1997

. Scully Walk open, but few got the word
   Published July 21, 1997

. Scout leaders' poor reaction no good deed
   Published July 18, 1997

. Man cajoles city to stop car crashes
   Published July 16, 1997

. Downtown's team needs quarterback
   Published July 14, 1997

. City's mayoral race already getting fowl
   Published July 11, 1997

. Kindness, caring special abilities
   Published July 9, 1997

. Crate & Barrel tops stores on readers' shopping list
   Published July 7, 1997

. Kids purchased school art
   Published July 4, 1997

. No free ride for black teen
   Published July 2, 1997

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June 97

. Break the law, pay the price
   Published June 30, 1997

. Wish list for downtown
   Published June 27, 1997

. Downtown worries lunch group
   Published June 25, 1997

. Moms, taxes, lost lizards
   Published June 23, 1997

. 'The Riddler' is a sixth-grader
   Published June 20, 1997

. An admission:I really hate the politicking
   Published June 16, 1997

. UC to make it official: He's Dr. Jazz
   Published June 13, 1997

. Officer rushes to defend Norwood
   Published June 11, 1997

. It's not too late to build ark
   Published June 9, 1997

. Bite of the iguana hurts area landmark
   Published June 6, 1997

. Higher calling interrupted moms' careers
   Published June 4, 1997

. Callers split on verdict for Sgt. Sess
   Published June 2, 1997

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May 97

. Collins tragedy haunts police trainer
   Published May 30, 1997

. Someday you'll be working for them
   Published May 28, 1997

. Man oh man, were they ever biting today
   Published May 26, 1997

. City schools can take bow, but warily
   Published May 23, 1997

. You say you want romance?
   Published May 21, 1997

. Buses taking workers to 'burbs need financial lift
   Published May 19, 1997

. Cops who go rotten must be thrown out
   Published May 16, 1997

. 'Plain people' have insights into life and death
   Published May 14, 1997

. A promise to change their lives
   Published May 12, 1997

. A fountain of ideas for the square
   Published May 9, 1997

. At NKU, lunch served with warmth
   Published May 7, 1997

. Sounding off at the sound of the tone
   Published May 5, 1997

. Death-car driver ought to go to jail
   Published May 2, 1997

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April 97

. Couple spins cocoon atweekly lunch
   Published April 30, 1997

. Teens need coaching in game of life
   Published April 28, 1997

. Lunch No. 1: Cards, laughs, no shoptalk
   Published April 25, 1997

. Taste aside, tower makes big impression
   Published April 23, 1997

. Cliff cooks up an offer you can't refuse
   Published April 21, 1997

. High-fashion prosecutor gets her man
   Published April 18, 1997

. Tiger's win links history with future
   Published April 16, 1997

. Marge, Mike can't seem to play fair
   Published April 14, 1997

. It's hard to see the future through tears
   Published April 11, 1997

. Crews restore some dignity to long-dead
   Published April 9, 1997

. Eyes on comet inspire glimpse of the future
   Published April 7, 1997

. Readers offer alternatives to ticket tax
   Published April 4, 1997

. Mr. Red could give baseball a big head
   Published April 2, 1997

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March 97

. In baseball, our city will always be 1st
   Published Mar. 31, 1997

. Ticket tax loathsome but necessary
   Published Mar. 28, 1997

. Men's rooms at coliseum fit for women
   Published Mar. 26, 1997

. Spring brings brief advice: Seize the day
   Published Mar. 24, 1997

No one here takes a roof for granted
   Published March. 21, 1997

We're fat here, and it's all in our jeans
   Published March. 19, 1997

Did you hear the one about Cincinnati?
   Published March. 17, 1997

Falmouth's flood-weary look to Lord for answers
   Published March. 10, 1997

Carpenters build an ark for optimism
   Published March. 7, 1997

River opens a floodgate of spectacles
   Published March. 5, 1997

Readers pick Cincy citizens worth cloning
   Published March. 3, 1997

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February 97

Everyday lives stuck between the pages
   Published Feb. 28, 1997

A sheepish proposal for Cincinnati
   Published Feb. 26, 1997

A fair way to look at golf scandal
   Published Feb. 24, 1997

Numbers not the measure of a principal
   Published Feb. 21, 1997

Forest Park pool, wallets open again
   Published Feb. 19, 1997

Some readers see red over Broadway site
   Published Feb. 17, 1997

When the law and the heart are opposed
   Published Feb. 14, 1997

Show us you really love us: Pick Broadway
   Published Feb. 12, 1997

Ribs King can still jest despite fire
   Published Feb. 10, 1997

Coliseum deal is worth the investment
   Published Feb. 7, 1997

Only reluctance evident in hero is to take credit
   Published Feb. 5, 1997

Stadium plans are a little like 'Who's on first?'
   Published Feb. 3, 1997

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January 97

Old Gardens still raking in the green
   Published Jan. 31, 1997

Objection, your honor; injustice done
   Published Jan. 29, 1997

Snow panic often takes a flaky turn
   Published Jan. 27, 1997

New promise founded on self-reliance
   Published Jan. 24, 1997

Don't let old Ivory slip down the drain
   Published Jan. 22, 1997

King speech reverberates across years
   Published Jan. 20, 1997

We're victims of a snow job
   Published Jan. 17, 1997

Library welcomes kids,115,000 friends
   Published Jan. 15, 1997

A 'super guy' backs himself into a corner
   Published Jan. 13, 1997

Schools can't afford risk hazards create
   Published Jan. 10, 1997

Academy gives troubled kids shot at success
   Published Jan. 8, 1997

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