The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, March 19, 1998 -- Volume 3, No. 78
L O C A L
S P O R T S
B U S I N E S S
W E A T H E R
Today's Top Stories
FERNALD WILL CAUSE
85 DEATHS

About 85 people are expected to die from lung cancer because they lived near the Fernald uranium-processing plant during its 38 years of production, a report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.
Death rates within 10K of Fernald
Residents still have questions
A Fernald health chronology

Sweet 16 begins tonight
Up-to-the-minute scores and play-by-play, plus game stories, photos, preview and features.
All the President's women
Get the latest news and background stories from Associated Press.
Sports
Down 17-0 but not out
Withrow made an amazing comeback to beat Aiken in the boys basketball regional semifinals.

Kentucky legacy grows
Two more victories would net a first for the Wildcats - a third consecutive Final Four berth.

Heart murmur won't impede Boone
Aaron Boone's condition will not affect his baseball career and may not require surgery.

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Match madness
UC med students celebrated as they found out where they're medical residency matches would take them.


8th-grader suspect in threats
A Kings Mills student could face federal charges and expulsion for allegedly making e-mail death threats to President and Mrs. Clinton.

Band manager killed
The Tigerlilies road manager was killed and three band members were injured when a drunken driver ran a red light.

Wilde start for Playhouse
The '98-'99 season will open with Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest.

- Today's Local Page

Business
Air Canada was underdog here
Air Canada's short-lived addition of flights shows the challenges of entering a competitor's hub.

New owner will put Formica on block
CVC Capital Partners said it eventually plans to sell the Evendale company in a stock offering.

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER PRIZE
WINNER

- Today's cartoon



The Wire - Pentagon
overspending

- NCAA
- Oscars

- Tristate weather radar
- Traffic information
- The Enquirer Prep Sports show
- Newspapers in Education

Women of the Year Enquirer's
1997 Women
of the Year

- Complete sports coverage with Real Audio

Travel

- In the Line of Duty
Katy Conway  Mike Partin
Daniel Pope - Ronald Jeter

Classifieds
columns
- Crowley - Ky. politics
Bunning slips, reveals softer side
- Knippenberg - 'Psst!'
Sons of St. Pat party not so PC
- Pulfer - Metro
Dab of money should bring healthy return
- Samples - Kentucky
Clan is champion at pulling its weight
- Sullivan - Sports
NHL vandals can't buy off public opinion
- Brewer - Plugged In
- Bronson - Editorial page
- Campbell - Dining out
- Daugherty - Sports
- Radel - Metro
- Ramsey - Metro
- McGurk - Movies
- Vonderhaar- Wheels
- Wilkinson - Politics


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