The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, Feb. 20, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 51
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flood FALMOUTH FLOOD RECEDING
The city caught a break this time. The Licking River crested earlier than expected and below anticipated levels. At Cincinnati, the Ohio River is expected to crest 1-2 feet over flood stage.

TEMPLE STAR MAY MISS UC GAME
The No. 1 Bearcats were looking forward to a stiff challenge from the No. 15 Owls today, but that's unlikely if guard Pepe Sanchez rests his sprained ankle.
basketball
Va. Tech 73, XU 65OSU 82, Indiana 71 UK 70, Georgia 64Ball St. 60, Miami 57

tracy TRAINING OLYMPIANS FOR LIFE
Mary Lee Tracy, who coached two gold medalists in 1996, is grooming five gymnasts for the 2000 Games in Sydney - and beyond.

WE'LL ALL PAY FOR RUSHING STADIUM
Revelations of cost overruns today don't fully explain why taxpayers may be on the hook for tens of millions tomorrow. That explanation is rooted in the complex history of why the county is building a stadium in the first place.
Readers blame commissioners, votersBorgman cartoon

BUSH TAKES MOMENTUM TO MICH.
George W. Bush energized the conservative core of the South Carolina GOP to stall the surge of rival John McCain. Next showdown: Michigan on Tuesday.
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SOME LIKE IT HOT
Check out the hottest spots for spicy food in our weekly entertainment guide at Cincinnati.com/freetime. Also, find a guide to winter fun at Tristate parks.
Sports
Daytona 500 today
Pokey plays hard, works harder
Reds want more of same from bullpen
McKeon doesn't worry about Griffey Sr.
Huskies have hunted feeling
NKU 68, IPFW 63
Cincinnati boys basketball
Cincinnati girls basketball
Highlands hopes to avoid realignment
N.Ky. boys basketball
N.Ky. girls basketball

- Today's Sports Page

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

Central State touts gains
Judicial race turns bitter
Magazine honors Berry
Container bill faces long haul
Photo staff named state's best
UC sorority suspended over hazing complaints
Kunzel plans explosive Fourth
Tennille, Little headline with Pops
CSO Riverbend schedule
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
MedPlus on road to recovery
P&G eager to get a grip on plastic wrap
Gibson, American merger struggling
Two new captains at Hern Marine
Small-business diary

- Today's Business Page

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