Friday, April 18, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 108
Ticket to ride
A new guide to Paramount's Kings Island helps visitors plan for the next question that everyone asks: Which thrill do I try next?
[delirium ride]

City divvies up arts funding
In a year when City Council is eliminating agencies to cut the budget, its $2.2 million giveaway to arts organizations is unprecedented.

[img] U.S. EPA tackles
Liberty Twp. lead

Federal authorities are getting involved in a lead-contaminated Butler County subdivision.

Budget baskets
The Easter Bunny's loaded his basket this year with more than marshmallow Peeps, chocolate eggs and sugar-shot treats.
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Patient info goes under wraps
New medical information safeguards, which went into effect Monday, mean more forms, more questions - and more privacy that many consumers thought they had already.

larson Reds are red-faced
After three straight losses to the Cubs by a combined score of 37-8, Aaron Boone says "it's gut-check time" for the last-place Reds.
Reds hope for fun in Puerto Rico

Encore for Virtual Chef
Here's another chance to tell a chef what to cook.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Violence solutions hashed out
Hustler sign along I-75 to face fine
Seton High graduate serves as head of Sisters of Charity
Deaf woman gets her day in court
Tristate A.M. Report

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals receivers expected to re-sign
It's a carousel in Reds' OF
Reds-Expos Series Preview
Ohio State scrimmage transformed by ESPN
High school sports page

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Crime: A community agenda
Accountabiliy: $1 trillion worth
Rude looks: Face-off in Palo Alto
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Ex-exec's golden handshake cuts into Chemed's earnings
Kingswood golf course headed for development
Company recognized for small-business programs
Shift coming for P&G staff
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Estrogen patch may relieve migraines
Parenting books have the answers
Holocaust survivor shares story
On the fridge
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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