Monday, March 17, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 76
UC makes NCAA; XU No. 3 seed
Xavier received a No. 3 seed and UC a No. 8 seed when the men's NCAA basketball tournament selections were announced today.
Cincinnati.Com's full coverage of NCAA tournament

Kindergarten going all-day
All-day kindergarten is increasingly moving into suburban Tristate districts, as parents push for greater academic achievement, want extra challenges for their 5-year-olds or simply need day-care.

Weather swells St. Pat parade
Downtown was basking in shamrocks and sunshine Sunday as tens of thousands lined the sidewalks to enjoy Cincinnati's annual St. Patrick's parade.

John Allen's call all over
Great American Ball Park

John Allen got to do the next best thing to hitting a home run in the ninth inning of the seventh game of the World Series.
New park's voice tuned to tradition

Rivals weaken 'Pulse of City'
As WCIN-AM (1480) celebrates its 50th anniversary year, owner John Thomas wonders how much longer the station can continue.

Moeller, Reading face tough teams at state tourney
The information Moeller basketball coach Carl Kremer and Reading coach Rich Bensman have received on their state semifinal opponents points to tough games for both teams.
Prep hoops playoffs

2003 Camp Guide
Find the summer experience that's perfect for your child with our annual guide to hundreds of camps in the Tristate area.

Complete local news report

Crowley known for St. Pat's activities
New park's voice tuned to tradition
Vigil part of larger movement
High school test ratchets up: 10th grade begins harder exam
Kentucky runaways back from California

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Complete sports report

Harnisch gets back on track
Blue Jays 2, Reds 0
Opening Day pitcher still TBA
Bengals Q&A
NCAA tournament section

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Complete editorials report

Christopher Reeve: Breathing alone
E-check exemption: Newer cars
Readers' Views
Winning the peace: Acts of completion
An 'imbedded conflict'

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Complete business report

Medical specialist sticks to hospital
Everybody jumping in office pool
Making it

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Complete tempo report

Cammys raise $15K for scholarships
Other movies just can't bring down 'the House'
Film captures troubled Irish troubadour
Woods fought to portray Giuliani
Get to it

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