The Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday, September 22, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 265
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FEW WARNED OF TORNADO
Xenia's emergency-siren system was mostly silenced by a simple power outage and there is no battery backup for a city leveled by a 1974 tornado.
Photo gallery7-year-old helped others dig out
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img BIG HOPES, BIG LETDOWN
We're down to the final three home games in "The Season That Might Have Been." Remember how Ken Griffey Jr. was going to take the Reds to the World Series? Turns out, he couldn't pitch, or heal the team's injuries, or conjure up the magic of 1999.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

COMPLETE OLYMPICS COVERAGE
Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of the 12 Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.
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img PREP FOOTBALL REPORT
Today's spotlight is on No. 1 Colerain, which has been resurrected from the death blow of 1995, when it had to forfeit its 13 victories and a berth in the state championship game for using an ineligible player. Check out Our Fearless Predictions on tonight's games.

HIGH SCHOOL THEATER
Cincinnati.Com has our fourth annual guide to high school theater. There are comedies, dramas, musicals, readings something for everyone. Also, check out our movie and dining reviews.
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Sports
Tristate turns on Olympic TV
Reds playing out the string
Astros-Reds Scouting Report
Ravens pointed toward playoffs
Ravens Scouting Report
Peek performance carries UC defense
Ross soccer player is national talent
Thursday's high school highlights
N. Kentucky high school results
Ohio high school results

- Today's Sports Page

Local

Bush in N. Ohio: Oil's hot issue
Fall is bustin' out all over
Jury urges death for child-killer
Overhaul Ohio's proficiency test, group demands
AIDS support group struggles
'Dial the Code' calls begin Oct. 1
A big heart for tiny babies
Ex-doctor to plead guilty in death
Suspicions followed doctor across globe
Doctor group urges prenatal HIV tests
Father seeks powerful help in custody battle
Firm creates college alumni association
Higher education budget is $6.1B
Man charged in assault of woman in office
Man charged with bilking investor
Neighbors, friends mourn for slain teen-ager
Pig Parade: Hamlite
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
KeyCorp will trim 2,300 jobs
No wires, rapid access
Pocketscript, Lilly sign deal
A new steak in Montgomery
Industry notes: Manufacturing
Tristate Business Summary
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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