Tuesday, February 25, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 56
Homeland security front here
A battle to better protect the U.S. drinking water supply from terrorist attack will be fought by more than 80 scientists in Corryville.

Another crack at Reds tickets
There will be more Reds tickets for sale Saturday, but that likely won't appease those people who tried in vain for Opening Day tickets.
Letters: Fans fuming over ticket-sales system

They're quite a pair
Long before they became one of the country's premier women's backcourts, Xavier University senior hoop stars Reetta Piipari and Amy Waugh spent their days plotting mischief.

Army accident ends promise
Sgt. Benjamin Franklin Moore II of Hamilton moved through a life of achievement - cut tragically short by an accidental gunshot - with the dignity of a self-made man.

Road salt in short supply
Many communities are running out of salt for treating icy roads and some are rationing it.
School closings, delays

Making it on the outside
Last of three parts: We followed parolee Joe Lowry for a year as he worked to turn his life around. This is his story.

Will West's number come up?
David West has already solidified his place in Xavier's record books. The question now is whether his accomplishments will merit having his No. 30 jersey retired.

Complete local news report

New tool offers help for kidney patients
New court to deal with mentally ill
Florence hires auditor who caught scam
1 N.Ky. school stays open; 2 close
Ohio Bicentennial Moment

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Complete sports report

Rose bid for hall fails in Canada
Reds coach targets cracks in bats
Reds' regulars will play in first game
Turfway cancellations have rider sitting still
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

U.N.: New resolution on Iraq
Kentucky grab: Speeding fines
Nightclub deaths: Safety
Cincinnati's place in foreign trade
Reds fans fuming over ticket-sales system
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

P&G to appear on 'Idol'
Trade pact negotiators meet public
Ohio Casualty eliminates 87 jobs
What's the Buzz?
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Stamp honors Ohio's bicentennial
What to do about hat hair
Workbook-planner helps brides
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to It

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