The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, Sept. 6, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 250
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riverfest
OUT WITH A BANG
Fireworks lit the skyline in a spectacular goodbye to summer.
PHOTO GALLERY
Put Riverfest photos on your desktop. It's easy! We tell you how.
11 hurt in balcony collapse
HOMER BARRAGE A RECORD
The Reds set a major-league record with 14 home runs in two consecutive games.
REDS 9, PHILLIES 7
mr red
fly-in
Fly-in fascinates all ages
The annual Taildragger Airplane Fly-In drew hundreds of people who are passionate about aviation.
Sports
Bengals cut Francis
Bengals young, inexperienced
Next: Reds match HRs with Sosa
Scouting report: Reds at Cubs
High School Football Page

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Ohio prepares for new lawmakers
Fatal crash leads to reflection
Pride of owner shows in horse
Lockland helps kids in trouble
Bishop's activism to live on

- Today's Local Page

Business
Work hours expand in U.S.
Not all gain in job market flux
Investment clubs pool resources
Tips for investment club
Ask The Money Panel

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER
PRIZE
WINNER

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