Cliff Radel, "Cliff's Notes"

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December 98
.1997 went round and round, and slightly forward Dec. 27, 1998
.Christmas tree is decorated in memories Dec. 25, 1998
.War hits home hard for these families Dec. 18, 1998
.Santa did it for love Dec. 16, 1998
.Funny timing on Voinovich investigation Dec. 14, 1998
. No outrage over top cop Dec. 11, 1998
. Living legend at Miami ends career today Dec. 9, 1998
.Stick it to the Klan: Help those they hate Dec. 4, 1998

November 98


.Two dishing it right back Nov. 25, 1998
.Holidays are a great chance to help fountain Nov. 23, 1998
.Reds don't get museum basic: You need stuff Nov. 20, 1998
.Cooks' choice: Serving food and one another Nov. 18, 1998
.Black Miami students sense racial divide Nov. 13, 1998
.Women offer support for home business Nov. 11, 1998
.Mental health crew even fights like a family Nov. 4, 1998
.Remember, on Tuesday, you're bass Nov. 2, 1998
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October 98


.Sneak peek at rich & famous tricks, treats Oct. 30, 1998
.Power means taking control of your life Oct. 28, 1998
.No shortage of opinions on Issue 3 Oct. 26, 1998
.Neighborhood asserts right: No strip club Oct. 23, 1998
.Old-fashioned lunch on tap at Hedlesten's Oct. 21, 1998
.A bridge too close Oct. 19, 1998
.Denying gays equal rights shames us all Oct. 16, 1998
.Every day he stops in for a tuneup Oct. 14, 1998
.Voice mail holds tales good and bad Oct. 12, 1998
.Mendelson was gold standard of coin dealers Oct. 9, 1998
.Teacher finds not just lunch in brown bag Oct. 7, 1998
.Washington could learn from Florence Oct. 5, 1998
.Even boulders need TLC Oct. 2, 1998

September 98


.City left policeman's widow with bills Sept. 25, 1998
.Memory of what really matters Sept. 23, 1998
.New hope for house and its residents Sept. 21, 1998
.President's legacy? Lies and mistrust Sept. 18, 1998
.Neonatal nurses find hope in beginnings Sept. 16, 1998
.Jailing 'scum' agonizing when scum is a child Sept. 7, 1998
.A mom to match our state motto Sept. 4, 1998

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August 98


.Traffic tie-ups test patience of churchgoers Aug. 31, 1998
.If deputies wave, they'll fit in town Aug. 28, 1998
.Granddad trades job for grandson Aug. 26, 1998
.Nasty split-up can't destoy esprit de corps Aug. 21, 1998
.President's excuses don't equal apology Aug. 19, 1998
.Roads boss should fix poor morale Aug. 17, 1998
.Alert citizens can help find vicious gang Aug. 14, 1998
.Forging metal, friendships all part of job Aug. 12, 1998
.So much for this stuff about peace on earth Aug. 10, 1998
.Scrooge turns out to be nice guy Aug. 7, 1998
.Front porch refuge from the world Aug. 5, 1998
.The people have spoken; now let them be heard Aug. 3, 1998

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July 98


.Gibson, where's the heart? July 31, 1998
.Forgiving heals hurts and helps right the heart July 29, 1998
.Peace garden a place where love may grow July 20, 1998
.Past, present summer fun - and it's free July 17, 1998
.Anger, gripes cannot cover a heart's grief July 15, 1998
.Readers spar over worth of special school July 13, 1998
.Cuts at academy don't add up July 10, 1998
.Nurse's dance leaves no time for lunch July 8, 1998
.With Sterne gone, it's wee the people July 3, 1998
.Their jobs stink, but not the perks July 1, 1998

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June 98


.Safety plan is successful if it saves one life June 29, 1998
.Does anyone care about these men? June 26, 1998
.Love of sons embraces more than just hugs June 24, 1998
.Fountain gets donations and Reds get tips June 22, 1998
.Land: The only thing that matters June 16, 1998
.No pouting if Reds remain on the river June 15, 1998
.Inside Genius of Waters, it rains June 13, 1998
.Chip in to restore bronze lady June 12, 1998
.Family lunch puts kindness on the menu June 10, 1998
.Residents see racism in terms of black, white June 8, 1998
.Dear Diaries, you're home again June 5, 1998
.'I have a grudge against Cincinnati' June 3, 1998
.Hey, city, can you spare the appeal? June 1, 1998

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May 98


.Trifling moves Mason beyond comfort zone May 29, 1998
.Smart enough to get Cliff to buy lunch May 27, 1998
.In Dad's stories, he wasn't a hero May 25, 1998
.West Chester will welcome catalog firm May 22, 1998
.Nothing like a little irreverent humor in their line of work May 20, 1998
.McAlpin's down-home style fits us May 19, 1998
.Readers' plea: Don't tear out doors! May 18, 1998
.Deerfield Twp., Mason need to talk May 15, 1998
.Man on move wants his life at slower pace May 13, 1998
.Stop terminal project dead in its tracks May 11, 1998
.Best incentive for Marge is the fans May 8, 1998
.Men in black not scared to show they care May 6, 1998
.Cincinnati school war stirs passions May 4, 1998
.NAACP has right job, wrong tool May 1, 1998

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April 98


.Baby shares love of two mothers Apr. 29, 1998
.If parents want odyssey, let them pay Apr. 27, 1998
.Catching up at lunch: the flavor of everyday romance Apr. 22, 1998
.Road warrior's task: head off gridlock, tame tie-ups, let it flow Apr. 20, 1998
.Killing whole riverfront plan makes no sense Apr. 17, 1998
.Riding the wind in currents of worry Apr. 15, 1998
.Light rail, taxes, and a lucky lunch Apr. 13, 1998
.Roll out the microbrewers' half-barrels Apr. 10, 1998
.Pest auditor leads life of danger Apr. 8, 1998
.Uncommon foresight seen in Amberley Apr. 3, 1998

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March 98


.Unassuming artist played toss with Reds Mar. 30, 1998
.We should get aboard light rail Mar. 27, 1998
.Readers split over Lakota's capital idea Mar. 23, 1998
.Big Tex ready for showdown with cancer Mar. 20, 1998
.'What is this place?" A godsend Mar. 18, 1998
.School sports lose honor by selling name Mar. 13, 1998
.Freedom is big reward of small business Mar. 11, 1998
.Killer isn't the only one hearing voices Mar. 9, 1998
.One man refuses to forget GIs Mar. 6, 1998
.IRS agents pay taxes, too Mar. 4, 1998
.So murderer wants death? Make him live Mar. 2, 1998

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February 98


.Two-faced school board insult to city Feb. 27, 1998
.Blind couple celebrate blessings Feb. 25, 1998
.Downtown parking: The nightmare begins Feb. 23, 1998
.Qualls' plans won't disrupt city business Feb. 20, 1998
.Community's compassion outshines hate Feb. 18, 1998
.Racist crime inspires hate, concern Feb. 16, 1998
.A Valentine from the front of the bus Feb. 13, 1998
.Butler business lunch group tastes success Feb. 11, 1998
.Help police clean scum off Oxford streets Feb. 9, 1998
.Officer must have heart of lion Feb. 6, 1998
.Poker-playing moms take whatever's dealt Feb. 4, 1998
.Readers split on a friend's responsibility Feb. 2, 1998

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January 98


.Witness to girl's beating did her best Jan. 30, 1998
.Jurors take job seriously Jan. 28, 1998
.Monica's friend anything but Jan. 26, 1998
.Top cop hot about station firebombing Jan. 23, 1998
.Teamwork aids coach's family Jan. 21, 1998
.Cincinnatians poised to run Statehouse Jan. 19, 1998
.City could grow profits with riverside park Jan. 16, 1998
.10 acres aren't worth sacrifice of city's future Jan. 14, 1998
.Holmes , student winners after apology Jan. 12, 1998
.Holmes offers non-apology, misstatements Jan. 9, 1998
.District investigates prank on student Jan. 8, 1998
. Coach, players take note: Real men apologize Jan. 7, 1998

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