The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, October 1, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 274
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10-DIGIT DIALING BEGINS
Cincinnati Bell telephone customers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana must now dial the area code when making non-toll calls across state lines.

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Cincinnati's Ricardo Williams lost his gold-medal fight Sunday. Get Paul Daugherty's report and complete coverage on the final day of the Games at Cincinnati.com/olympics.

CAN WE LAND GAMES?
Local organizers returned from Sydney with a resounding 'Yes!' But there's a lot of convincing to do.
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KY. GETS TOUGH ON DUI
The toughest drunken-driving law in the Tristate starts today in Kentucky, where a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 can cost drivers their license — or worse.

OUT WITH OLD, IN WITH OLD
When the 0-3 Bengals host the 3-1 Dolphins today, the most visible change from Bruce Coslet's resignation could be seeing how Ken Anderson runs the offense.
Sports
Reds keep Harnisch for 2001
Outlook 2001: Pitching decisions crucial
Reds buy out Hunter's contract
McKeon would keep Fernandez
Reds 8, Cardinals 4
Tulane 24, UC 19
Fuller leaning toward UC
Akron 37, Miami 20
Defiance 28, Mount St. Joseph 14
Mississippi 35, Kentucky 17
High School Insider
Soccer seeds: Lakota East, Seton
High School Highlights
Cincinnati high school results
N.Ky. high school results
Complete prep football coverage

- Today's Sports Page

Local

UC fundraisers pass $300M goal
CPS chief may get 3 more years
Lawyers protest drug court assigning
Schools seek parents' involvement
Pig Parade: A Walk in the Pork
CSO job offer persuaded Jarvi to 'settle down'
Teacher gives OK to make a mess
Hamilton minds its manors
Remnants of violence on display
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Cincinnati 100 bask in success
Cincinnati 100 split on outlook
Female executives all business
Builders improve showings on list
Blinds gave store window of opportunity
Business cards: Make 'em yourself
Small-Business Diary

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