The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, April 2, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 93
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CLINGING TO HOPE
After 30 years, Mary Moore of Avondale, mother of a Vietnam MIA, struggles with loss and doubt.
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Opening Day
FANS' SURVIVAL GUIDE
Can't wait for Monday? Neither can we. But get ready for traffic trauma and parking paranoia.
Routes to downtownParking: Good luckParade info

REDS WINNERS AT GATE
Before the first pitch is thrown, the Reds are batting 2 million. That's at least how many tickets the team has sold for its 81 home games this year, according to an Enquirer analysis.
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LINDNER EMPIRE REBORN
As he starts his first season as owner of the Reds, Carl Lindner Jr. has nearly completed a five-year streamlining of his financial empire that he once called “probably the most significant event” of his long business career.
Team comes first in Lindner era
march madness
Final Four Coverage: Men's Women's
MICH ST. vs. FLORIDA: OPPOSITES ATTRACT
        After spending a week preparing for Wisconsin's throwback offense, Michigan State has one day to get ready for Florida's racehorse game in the Final Four.
Florida 71, North Carolina 59Michigan State 53, Wisconsin 41
Tonight's women's final a defining game
Sports
Casey injures hand
Why Reds aren't on TV
Five Questions with Junior.
Ohio State QB brings confidence
Bonner leads UK in scrimmage
Legends tap Rotte, Gallagher
Looking for Diabolical 18
Purcell star to play at Purdue
Waltrip running out of chances
Walz goes out in 'great way'
NKU coach has come far

- Today's Sports Page

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


Lung cancer lags as priority
Public schools show off results
Commandments bill facing fight
Legislators told: Fix farm laws
Festival organizers meet to avoid another Mardi Gras
98 degrees helps make the band
Cards, letters ease Bob Braun's retirement
Pianist makes familiar tunes fresh
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Microsoft mediator gives up
Cleaning restrooms turns a profit
Oregon city may purchase Chiquita plant

- Today's Business Page

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A happy end to Badger boredom
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Lobbyists' side jobs prompting questions
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High priest of technology
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'High Fidelity' is high farce
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Memories of the local report from Bombeck
Sullivan - Sports
Pitching-weak Reds won't win or place
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Ohio battlefield for presidency
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