The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, Nov. 22, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 327
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ELDER CARE FALLING SHORT
Home-care agencies and nursing homes are looking for employees to ease what many call a staffing crisis in one of the fastest-growing occupations.
Elderly

Bengals
ONE PLAY SHORT
A last-minute field goal left the Bengals limping in the shadows after a tumultuous three hours in which they jumped to a 14-0 lead, fell behind 31-14 and then struck for 17 straight points.

BAUER GETTING MORE RECOGNITION
Newport native Gary Bauer has raised $10 million for his Republican presidential campaign, outlasted better known candidates like Dan Quayle and Elizabeth Dole, and is being covered by the national press.

SHORTAGE OF LABOR CONTINUES
Companies across the country will continue to have problems recruiting employees next year, according to a survey of 16,000 U.S. businesses released today.

elder PREP FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Get the scoop on Elder, Lebanon, Edgewood, Highlands, Dixie Heights, Beechwood and Bellevue in this weekend's regional championship games, plus a season archive.
Sports
Martin center of offense
First down, 84 yards to go
Edgewood in semis Friday
NKU soccer in Final Four
RedHawks fall to Owls
High school football page

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Former radio exec killed
Travel plans at record
Taft's approval rating holds
Warm weather prolongs drought
Capturing time in a capsule
Lebanon teachers OK contract
Food's the star at festival
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Bull market still strong
Budget key for holiday buying
Second-guess your 401(k) online
Latest market reports

- Today's Business Page

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Sunday's cartoon


holiday guide
Cut your own tree

U.S. & WORLD NEWS
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Texas A&M tragedy
EgyptAir Flight 990
Hurricane Lenny
Turkey earthquake
2000 election
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