9-11 memorials quiet, dignified
As dusk fell over lower Manhattan, twin towers of light pierced the sky like the ghostly outlines of skyscrapers, capping a solemn day of memorials to the victims of the nation's deadliest act of terrorism. .
Troops start final push in mountainsCheney finds Mideast hard sell
Monday, February 18, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 49
Optimism reigns for Reds
Most of baseball has already written off the Reds' chances of contending for this season. But the team opened spring training Sunday at the Ed Smith Stadium complex with the usual optimism associated with baseball and spring training.

Children's services strapped
Unexpected cash from the federal government allowed Hamilton County to refund $23 million in taxes collected to provide services for abused and neglected children in 1998 and 2001.

Court will settle voucher debate
Roberta Kitchen was stunned nine years ago when her daughter came home from elementary school and announced that a student had broken a teacher's arm.

A theory of high performance
Doug Newburg's research into athletics and professionals suggests that no matter the craft, high-octane performers have much in common. Most have a dream and are well-prepared to move toward it along a goal path.

Teens hear the call
One out of every three American teen-agers now has a cell phone. And for each one of the 31.6 million teens who has one, think of the 52 million younger children who expect to get their own when they are teens, too.

Pisgah leaders hope for new lease on retail life
As this southeastern Butler County community bustles with growth, its oldest business strip is struggling to survive.

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Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Union Township, Clermont County.

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No Bengal picks likely
Muskies join Bearcats in the coaches poll
Logan's big night was a family affair
UK's Fitch, Sears suspended for Tennessee game
Winton Woods looks to avoid another early tourney exit
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In My Life
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