The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, Oct. 11, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 285
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BETTER DAYS AHEAD
Rookie QB Akili Smith led the Bengals to their first win of the season in his first start, throwing a TD pass with nine seconds to go. More importantly, his poise and skills gave hope for a brighter future for this beaten-down franchise.
Full coverage at Bengals.enquirer.com
DEAL REACHED OVERNIGHT
Union officials and the Kroger Co. averted a strike by reaching a tentative contract agreement early Monday.
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sleeping teen
WAKE-UP CALL FOR TEENS
Studies show adolescents need at least nine hours of rest daily and most aren't getting it.
Sleep tips for teens

tall stacksWhistleblower proved right, too late
Joe Harding was ridiculed for claiming that a Paducah plant caused his cancer.
Elections case goes to Supreme Court
Black voters unhappy with at-large elections for Hamilton County judges.
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tall stacks
RIVERBOATS ON THE WAY
Beginning Wednesday, the river will be a stage and 19 boats will be lead players in Tall Stacks, a five-day celebration of the steamboating era.
School programs bring era to life
Special coverage at Cincinnati.com/tallstacks
Sports
Rebuilding Muskies aim high
Cyclones, Ducks renew crowd battle
Houston 2, Cyclones 1
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Local
Housing costs stump suburbs
Changes set town abuzz
Unusual cast in governor's race
WorldJam bounces back from watery weekend
Concern for kids unites faiths
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Brokerages expand online hours
Program helps mentally ill work
People on the move
Golf class grooms students
Market updates

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