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
Wednesday, March 6, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 65
Summer camp guide
The Enquirer's annual guide to summer camps for kids is a where-to list for sports, arts, academics and more.

Football standout indicted
Brett Hamblen helped lead Highlands High School to three state football championships in a row. Now he's a suspect in an arson case.

Has C-USA turned corner?
You can say this about Conference USA: It's in better shape than it was a year ago, when it had no ranked teams, only one certain NCAA Tournament team (Cincinnati) and a national perception the league was “quite simply a mess,” as called it.

Race gap in Ohio scores
Ohio's African-American students scored 28.3 percentage points lower on state tests last school year than did white students, while Hispanic students scored 19.9 percentage points lower.

Formica files bankruptcy
Formica Corp., whose name is synonymous with kitchen tables and counter tops, Tuesday sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization under the weight of $533 million in debt.

Huismann gets 500th victory
Mercy girls basketball coach Mary Jo Huismann took her landmark 500th career victory in stride.

Gates swing both ways
For the newly gated community of Wetherington, there are haves and have-nots — those who have the special cards to get through, and those who don't.

Bristol's Show Club raided
Authorities have rounded up more than two dozen people after an undercover investigation into alleged cocaine trafficking, prostitution and liquor violations at Bristol's Show Club and Revue.

Complete local news report

Commission to vote on financing plan
Judge declares mistrial in shooting deaths
Laskey denied parole yet again
Taking pity on puppies
Waste vote may start long fight

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Complete sports report

Alter's late rally foils Purcell Marian
Big men propel Loveland to win
Bramlages carry Dixie past NewCath
Doellman drives Ryle past Holmes
McNick: 4 OTs, 2 victories
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Complete business report

Bush orders hefty tariffs on steel
Luck, wits helped invest
R.L. Polk taking 170 jobs by Sept.
Morning memo
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Complete tempo report

Solving the chicken noodle soup question
She saved her husband with CPR
Flannery serious about helping kids
Consortium names new director
Get to it

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