The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, March 5, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 65
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SCHOOL CONFRONTS CANCER
In the first of a three-part series, cancer comes to Finneytown High School. This is the story of how students and staff find strength in each other.

3 SPLIT $150 MILLION
Winning tickets sold in Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri.
powerball 3, 6, 8, 43, 48, PB: 1

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6-YEAR-OLD TRIED FOR MURDER
In 1929, Carl Mahan became the youngest murder defendant in Kentucky, probably in the country. What happened next in many ways resembles what happened last week in Michigan, where another child shot and killed a playmate.

DEADLY STREP OUTBREAK INVESTIGATED
Since January, two Tristaters residents have died and another 21 have become ill with a streptococcus bacterium that in rare cases causes toxic shock or a life-threating skin infection.

UC POISED TO RECLAIM NO. 1
The second-ranked Bearcats polished off a perfect Conference USA season and positioned themselves to move back atop the polls by grinding down Saint Louis 84-41 on Saturday.
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DEION UNVEILS NEW PERSONA
He's not Prime Time anymore. This is Deion Sanders underdog, trying to make the Reds after a two-year hiatus from baseball, five weeks after knee surgery. Prime Time doing part time, for probably the last time. Deion, a ... longshot.

OHIOANS LURED TO POLLS
He who wins Ohio's Republican presidential primary Tuesday will be the one who finds his voters this weekend and gets them to the polls.
Enquirer endorsements
Mood of the Tristate: Middletown
National coverage: Republicans | Democrats
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Preview Special
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cammy PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE RETURNS
The seminal country-rock group that came out of Mount Adams 30 years ago to produce such radio staples as “Amie” and “Two Lane Highway,” will be honored March 12 at the Enquirer Cincinnati Area Pop Music Awards.
Sports
Parris sharp in win
Finger sprain sidelines Reese
Handicapping the NCAA field
X marks the spot for success
NCAA berth still in Muskies' minds
Miami relies on Taylor's ankle
Buckeyes happy to share title
Kentucky ties for SEC title
XU women roll into quarterfinals
NKU women win tourney
UC women eliminated
10 Questions with Big O
Bengals optimistic about Mitchell
Bengals get out of corner
Moeller wrestler wins state
Mason struggles to win district
McNick wills to win
Colerain victory vanishes
Cold shooting dooms Mercy
Boys Ninth Region preview

- Today's Sports Page

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

More brain cells found in men
Levy supporters in high gear
Avondale emerges from ashes
BASF site to become retail location
Local high schools in U.S. top 100
Playwright's pen oozes Ireland
Ballerina dances her farewell
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Federated: Insolvent to leader
Federated cash registers hum
P&G pushes sex aid for women
'Peanuts' in tug of war
GE's Welch flashes humor
Toy maker serious player
Small-Business Diary

- Today's Business Page

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Bottorf - Video Games
'Casino 2000' captures gambling spirit
Bronson - Editorial
I vote for the smartest one
Campbell - Dining out
Overcome your wine phobia
Crowley - Ky. Politics
Hays picks fight over pro-life bills
Daugherty - Sports
Deion unveils new persona
Demaline - Arts
'Carol' coattails lead her to 3 plays
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Do e-tailers threaten little guys?
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
McCain could get Bush's war chest
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Candidates' disability-issues records vary
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Comic funny far from home
McGurk - Movies
'What Planet Are You From?'
Pulfer - Metro
Do guns scare you enough to take a stand?
Samples - Kentucky
Kenton court condemned for closed meeting
Sullivan - Sports
Stop and enjoy this not-so-regular season
Wilkinson - Politics
Thou shalt not mix religion and politics
Higgins - Your Money
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Radel - Metro
Ramsey - Education
Vonderhaar - Wheels

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