The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, March 12, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 72
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P&G SELLING CONFIDENCE
CEO Durk Jager, in a rare interview, says the company's dismal week was "an aberration."
Experts answer your questions about P&G
Two weeks that shook P&G
Reaction to P&G plunge
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VOA SITE HUMMING AGAIN
From a high, rolling Butler County field, the sounds of democracy once rang around the world. Now local officials talk about memorializing the Voice of America Bethany Station with what could become the largest Cold War museum in the nation.

UC: WE DESERVE NO. 1 SEED
We'll find out at 6:30 p.m. when the men's NCAA field is announced.
UC can still make run
UC players sense improvement in practice
NCAA Promo
Coming Monday!

cammy CAMMYS CEREMONY TODAY
The fourth annual Cincinnati Area Pop Music Awards will show off some of the best music the Tristate has to offer.
• Special coverage at Cincinnati.com/Freetime

COLD BLAST A REMINDER OF CALENDAR
The Tristate escaped the big snowfall predicted for Saturday, but wintry temperatures will stay with us late into next week.
Winter of 1999-00 warmest on record
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PARADE KICKS OFF CELEBRATION
Check out a list of St. Patrick's Day festivities in the Tristate, beginning with today's parade downtown and culture festival at Union Terminal.
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Sports
Griffey shows off defense
Reds' 'other' hometowner longshot
Martin injury clouds NBA draft
Ten reasons why XU crashed
UK rusty, sleepy or cocky?
NKU men meet Waterloo
NKU women win region
Elder bombs Lakota West
St. X muscles into regional
Hamilton, once 6-10, in regional
Mason escapes regional upset
Madeira girls on to state
NewCath headed to Sweet 16
Brossart wins 10th Region
ABC: Good luck reviving MNF
Big bucks fuel NASCASR success

- Today's Sports Page

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

'Super speeders' dying in Ohio
Abuser lists can fall short
How child abuse registries work
Schools learn lesson in racism
Escape to Garden, Home show
Many on Japan trip gave to Taft, GOP
Pope's apology 'sufficient' here
MainStrasse tensions boil over
Wait for tax cut irks drivers
Artist works with bits, pieces
Youth orchestra heads to China
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
AK Steel lockout messy
Gap could move outlet
Wear1 line is one man doing it all
Fiesta Salons on cutting edge
Small-business diary
Gas-pumping robot draws skeptics

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Pope's apology
Internet voting
Election 2000
GOP race Dem race
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Bronson - Editorial
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Crowley - Ky. Politics
Roeding makes himself a target
Daugherty - Sports
UC can still make run
Demaline - Arts
Dayton company trying musicals
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Wear1 line is one man doing it all
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Governor's candidates fell short
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Desktop system begins with basics
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Loth auctioning his memories
Pulfer - Metro
PETA wants to grab our milkshakes
Samples - Kentucky
Ludlow is case study in fund-fumbling
Sullivan - Sports
This March will be madder than most
Wilkinson - Politics
Taft's rep burnished by Bush win
Bottorff - Video Games
Campbell - Dining out
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