The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, March 19, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 79
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march madness
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fletcher BOARDS KEY FOR UC
Cincinnati (29-3) will need to capitalize on its height advantage against Tulsa (30-4) in today's second-round NCAA Tournament game.
How about those scrappy little Bearcats Daugherty column
Ohio State, Reese ready for Miami
Syracuse ends Kentucky's season
UC women lose in NIT despite Slaise's 38

MASON GIRLS WIN STATE
Michelle Munoz, named Ohio's Ms. Basketball earlier in the week, carried her team to a 36-25 victory in the Division I championship game.
Hartley stifles Badin in title game
Sollman leads St. X to state
Purcell advances to state
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THE SOUND OF SAMENESS
Building on a radio empire it bought from Jacor here last year, Clear Channel Communications is using digital technology to create virtual clones of stations coast to coast.
Pay stations, Internet to change what and how you hear

SIRENS SPROUT WITH SPRING
As the anniversary of last year's tornado nears, communities have been installing storm sirens at record rates.
Where the sirens are
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911 OPERATORS IN THEIR OWN CRISIS
The stress is high - they're dealing with life-and-death situations, sometimes with only 15 seconds between calls. The pay is low - less than for tending flowers in city parks, collecting garbage or reading water meters.
Sports
Sanders, Wohlers will open on DL
Reese returns from injury
Portugal first to go six
Fernandez makes big impression
Reds Game Report
Prince says NBA can wait
Is Tubby headed for Hawks?
Elizabethtown wins Ky. boys title

- Today's Sports Page

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

Fear and hope in Avondale
Pupils cram for Ohio exam
New rules have schools scrambling
Boy pleads in kidnapping
Colson at Catholic men's conference
Child support cases hinge on DNA
Allegations of secrecy add up
Art collection frames rich culture
Summerfair poster old-fashioned
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Investors scorn city's 'old' firms
P&G takes Iams to new dimension
Driving a little to save a little on gas
Banks hold off on major deals
Ohio Casualty regroups
Bus driver markets anti-hate shirts

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Clinton's trip
Gun control
Kosovo
Election 2000
GOP Dems
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Bronson - Editorial
How do they stand Pat?
Campbell - Dining out
Something missing at Crab 'N Creations
Crowley - Ky. Politics
GOP pair score points with faithful
Daugherty - Sports
How about those scrappy little Bearcats
Demaline - Arts
The myth behind cowboy vampire
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Bill would let voters cross over freely in primaries
Kendrick - Alive & Well
New phone, drug to help disabled
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
He made the Easter Bunny what it is today
McGurk - Movies
Louiso to chat about 'Fidelity'
Pulfer - Metro
Who counts? Only those willing, able
Samples - Kentucky
Patients learn survival skills
Sullivan - Sports
Tubby's son in over his head
Bottorff - Video Games
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Higgins - Your Money
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Radel - Metro
Ramsey - Education
Vonderhaar - Wheels
Wilkinson - Politics

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