The Cincinnati Enquirer
Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 19
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snow icon MORE SNOW ON THE WAY
A storm due to arrive after dusk could drop 2 inches or more.
Tristate radar Traffic reports
Check Thursday morning for school closings and delays

HOME SWEET HOME
Cincinnati is a snakepit for visiting college basketball teams. Opponents have virtually no chance of winning at Shoemaker Center, Cincinnati Gardens or Millett Hall.
Today's games: Memphis at UCMiami at BGOl'Miss at UK
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fountain LET'S HAVE A 'FOUNTAIN FEST'
Columnist Cliff Radel says city officials have dropped the ball on what should be the party of the year, the fountain's rededication ceremonies. So Cliff is making plans. Read his ideas and send him yours.


REDS 'BALLPARK FIGURE' JUST THAT
The county will issue more than $243.5 million in bonds so it has the cash on hand to build the Reds ballpark, according to financial statements obtained by the Enquirer. That's $23.5M more than expected and could add about $160M to the final taxpayers' bill.
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Check out Cincinnati.com/freetime for a guide to the best entertainment of the season. We spotlight the most anticipated performances in dance, film, art, music and theater.
Sports
Reese gets 622% raise from Reds
Xavier recruit shows stuff
Martin makes PGA debut today
Australian Open update
St. X, Purcell top state polls
Unbeaten Purcell edges Elder
Cincinnati boys basketball
Cincinnati girls basketball
N.Ky. boys basketball

- Today's Sports Page

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bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.

Ads waste $33M, critics say
Tristate health little improved
Taft to push teacher training
Mercantile Library movin' up
Officials' fight now federal case
Five bundles of joy arrive
Hyland vows to oppose Portune
Love moves to avoid death penalty
Police, fire unions fight cuts
Bill would abolish tailpipe test
King events continue today
Fighting fibromyalgia
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
5/3 bumps ATM fee to $2
Roberds closing megastore
Dole might seek buyer
N.Ky. still cranking out jobs
Two products gain P&G brand
Major merchants slow to go online
McCain, Bush talk Internet taxes
Chesley sues Microsoft in Ky.
Microsoft 'respectfully disagrees'
Delta profit down, but stock up
Market boosts families' wealth
More stock sold on margin
Tristate business summary
People on the move
Financial Independence Day
Latest market reports

- Today's Business Page

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