Tuesday, September 17, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 256
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New school chief puts kids first
Texas students, parents and teachers have nothing but praise for Alton Frailey, the new superintendent of Cincinnati Public Schools.

Party for 700,000
The coming “Red Hot Weekend” downtown - with the farewell game at Cinergy Field, Ohio State playing UC and Oktoberfest - could be the most lucrative ever.
Oktoberfest details
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Convention plan downsized
A new $160 million “middle-of-the-road” plan to expand and renovate the downtown convention center wouldn't be as big as once proposed and would shift more expense to taxpayers.

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Nearly 600 Marines are training for urban combat - the kind they might face in Baghdad.

Library to cut back hours
Hamilton County libraries are trimming an average of four hours per week as part of the fallout from a $4.3 million reduction of funds.

Stayin' Alive
The Reds are alive. Well, they're alive only in the sense that if they win their last 12 games and the St. Louis Cardinals lose their last 13, the two teams would finish in a tie in for the National League Central.
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Bengals fight, not 'giving up'
From the top of the organization down to the players, the Bengals remained optimistic on Monday that they would be a winning team this season.
Frerotte's under the gun Defense's ranking rises

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Boycott leaders protest prosecutor
Forest Park bans kids playing on street
$39M UC dorm first in 30 years
Dog-eating coyotes outfox sharpshooters
Little town celebrates 150th year

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds, Indians will play in 2003
Xavier announces basketball schedule
Eagles 37, Redskins 7
No rest for weary Bearcats defense
High School Sports Page

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

CEO leaving Bank of Northern Ky.
Hiding millions might become harder
Survey: Internet use collegiate habit
Morning Memo
Latest Wall Street update

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Kids can cope with backpack attack
Student appreciates bargains
Salyers opening Kenwood store
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to it

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Updated AP report
Iraq Delivers Arms Declaration to U.N.
Endeavour Lands After Three-Day Delay
Economy, Politics Spark Cabinet Shake-Up
Blasts Kill 15, Injure 200 in Bangladesh
Louisiana to Decide Final Senate Race
2 Van Goghs Stolen From Amsterdam Museum
Miss Turkey Wins Miss World Competition
No. 1 Miami Tops Virginia Tech 56-45

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