Wednesday, February 20, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 51
End arrives for Byrd
John W. Byrd Jr. went to his death Tuesday morning the same way he had lived for the past 19 years.
Byrd was calm but still defiant as life ended
Opponents of death penalty gathered

John Glenn had right stuff
Sometimes, on nights when the sky is clear, an 80-year-old man walks into his back yard near Columbus, cranes his neck and looks for a blinking light crawling across the sky.

Promises kept, officials say
In front of television cameras, reporters and talk-show hosts, top Cincinnati officials met to talk about the progress the city has made in race relations since last April.
Meeting markets Reeces' clout

DOJ reviews police probe
A comment Tuesday by Cincinnati's police chief caused some confusion about the months-old federal civil-rights investigation into former Officer Stephen Roach's shooting of Timothy Thomas.

Griffey has health, if not hype
Bob Boone can hold his tongue. He can sit on his hands. He can manage a ballgame without overmanaging it.
Reds sign Williamson

Nothing fishy about winner
The cooks at Greyhound Tavern in Fort Mitchell tuned their seasonings to elevate their massive cod-and-rye creation to a solid No. 1 in the annual fish sandwich taste test.

Business tracks clientele
Five or 10 years from now, when the renaissance of downtown Cincinnati is much further along, Randy Hancock and Rick Clayton might well be known for their foresight.

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Black restaurateurs unite, question boycott
Class size counts for teachers
Flu scarce, but winter 'bugs' thrive
Hotels, visitors bureau to talk
No-show jurors put off trial

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UC sets stage for C-USA showdown
For Miami, it's make-or-break time in MAC
Maligned Owls still leave opponents wary
Dixie holds off Simon Kenton
Mason girls stifle Seton 44-41
High school sports section

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Market for new homes up
Lawsuit: Insurance company knew about Fiorini
Kmart to list closings soon
Industry notes: Banking
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
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Exposures of the real world
Targeting toxins before birth
Corbett money makes Opera major Music Hall fixture
Put myths aside, and enjoy misunderstood bock beer
Get to it

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