Saturday, February 23, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 54
Cliff Radel column: Cincinnati's herd mentality
Now they're trying
decoy cows

They tracked her by helicopter, on horseback and on foot, but the cavorting cow of Clifton still managed to elude authorities Friday.

P&G to sell Olean plant
After three decades and half a billion dollars in development of Olean, Procter & Gamble Co. agreed Friday to relinquish production of the fat substitute.

Little hits winner
Donald Little was the improbable hero Friday night when he swished a 17-footer with three seconds left to give fourth-ranked UC a 63-62 victory over No.9 Marquette.

New firetrucks just too big
Cincinnati's fire department has ordered four new firetrucks that officials say won't fit in city garages.

Taft names task force head
Gov. Bob Taft on Friday chose a northern Ohio county prosecutor to lead an effort to crack down on criminals who prey on mentally retarded Ohioans.
Enquirer Investigation: Ohio's secret shame

Bomb squad removes shells
Police closed a Covington neighborhood Friday after they were called to remove artillery shells from a bucket inside the trunk of a woman's car.

Reese rings true to Young
Dmitri Young wanted to make sure people in Cincinnati knew where he stood on the Ken Griffey Jr.-Pokey Reese debate. “Pokey's my brother,” Young said. “I've got his back. I told the Detroit writers where I stand. It's going to cause a stir.”
Casey signs 3-year deal

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Weekend Entertainment
MTV favorites Limp Bizkit and Alien Ant Farm broke into the national scene by covering songs. Can a cover band revolution be far behind?

Special Section
Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Harrison.

Complete local news report

Prescription benefit pushed
Crash leaves one critical, closes I-74
Doing right by the books
Groups fight over bond issue
Hamilton County may get dog park

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Enquirer Tipoff page
Owls' 'D' makes Sato end with 0
Miami coach gives Shorts final chance
Historic effort for Ursuline's Myers
High school sports section

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Feds want to sell Fiorini's car collection
Vacancy rates climb
Delta makes lines shorter for elite fliers
Fine Arts Fund to take Web pledges
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Ethnic decorating
Early irises signal coming of spring
Catch floral fever at Krohn festival
To do this week
Get to it

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