The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 276
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REDS WEAR LONG FACES
OUCH! The Reds stumbled in the playoff race when they blew a 3-0 lead and lost in 10 innings. Good news: The Astros also lost and they stayed tied for first. But the Mets gained in the wild-card race.
Brewers 4, Reds 3LA 5, Hou 1NY 3, Pit 2
Reds playoff games may start at 11:09 p.m.
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schott A 'HEARTBREAKING' END
Marge Schott was trying to make the best of a day she called “heartbreaking.” Friday officially ended her reign as majority owner.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Friday's big winners included St. Xavier over Moeller, Wyoming over Madeira, Fairfield over Lakota East, Holmes over Conner and Simon Kenton over Ryle. Click here for the most complete high school report in the Tristate.
wyoming
Siblings arraigned in cabbie slaying
Lemar Goss, 20, and Andrea Goss, 18, were charged in Monday shooting.
Bridge idea revisited
County commissioner John Dowling is pushing a span between Delhi and Boone County.
Special
middfest CELEBRATE SOUTH AFRICA
Meet the diverse people of the "Rainbow Nation" at Middfest International, a three-day festival that includes museum-quality exhibits, an international market, food, music and dance.
Sports
Griffey to interview with Rockies
Copeland tired of failure
Coslet sorry for Carter flap
Rams change with Vermeil
Beast of East: Miami or Marshall?
Dayne will test OSU defense
Running game key for UK

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Tracing Morgan's raid
Teen guilty in school fire
Money error adds to stress for foster parents
Hours fly as dancers stretch
Pianist phones it in - from Mars
River center classroom outdoors
Transport officials plead cases
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
3 area thrifts team up
Ex-mayor touts regionalism
N.Ky. cable buy completed
Roberds workers OK contract
P&G's Actonel cuts fractures
Tristate business summary
People on the move

- Today's Business Page

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