The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, June 18, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 169
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SPEEDWAY TURNS AWAY FANS
Thousands of fans were turned away from Kentucky Speedway's inaugural event because of parking lots turned into mud pits by rain.
Points leaders wins truck raceRace results

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Taxpayers will not have to ante up millions of dollars if Paul Brown Stadium doesn't open on time.

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BREAKING OUT OF THE BUBBLE
In 1987, we began to chronicle the lives of the Wyoming kindergarten class. On Saturday, they graduated from high school.

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Jack McKeon's pitching change backfired and the Reds fell to their 10th loss in 11 games. They also lost a game in the standings and dropped to 6 1/2 behind St. Louis.
More coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

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DINING FOR YOUR AMUSEMENT
Check out our dining page for a guide to summer eating at the area's big pools and parks.
Complete entertainment coverage at Cincinnati.com/freetime

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BEATING THE HEAT
It's hot. The sticky hot where sweat beads on brows and strands of hair mat against the nape of the neck. Welcome to summer, Cincinnati-style.
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Munoz, Sollmann win LaRosa awards

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Gas theft rising with prices
A clean sweep for Ohio River
Remembering a nightmare
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Festival celebrates slaves' freedom
Neighbors help save man's life
Borgman joins Journalism Hall
The Arts Life: Wrapped up in fiber art
Movie casting call next Saturday
New maestro warms up for CCO
Opera to take Muni's direction twice
Pig Parade: Cinsownnati 1800-Cinsownnati 2000
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Business
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Old, new economies reflected in father, son
AK Steel stokes Middletown economy
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