Sunday, April 20, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 110
[bridge] Purple People Bridge
After a $4 million restoration, the former L&N Railroad Bridge between Newport and Cincinnati will reopen Saturday as a pedestrian walkway. A purple one, at that.

Hot housing market
The average price of homes sold rose in 60 of 77 Greater Cincinnati neighborhoods in 2002, an Enquirer analysis shows.
Check prices in Ohio neighborhoodsNorthern Ky.

150 years ago
Cincinnati seems demoralized today, columnist Cliff Radel writes. But in 1853, it was a bustling, progressive metropolis, the Silicon Valley of its time.
[1850s city]

Grim duty: recovering war dead
A Butler County man is among a small group of U.S. Marines with the task of removing the war dead from the battlefields of Iraq.
Enquirer seeks soldiers, stories

[reds] Reds off course
in the Caribbean

First came the doubleheader losses - 8-7 and 9-5 to the Expos. Then came the reaction - three players are gone and four were called up from Triple-A.

Last No. 1 didn't help Bengals
The last time the Bengals had the first overall pick in the draft, they took Ki-Jana Carter. But his NFL career, to say the least, was injury-plagued from the beginning.
Daugherty: Pick Palmer, pray he doesn't play

Endorsement fight splits Dems
The Cincinnati Democratic Committee refused to endorse school board member Rick Williams for re-election, revealing a deep split in ranks just 17 days before an important school bond levy vote.

Complete local news report

Democrats endorse 2 for City Council
Bikers raise $4K for firefighter's family
Tristate A.M. Report
Obituary: Norman O. Brand built GE engines
Obituary: Vicky Horwitz, radiation therapist

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Swarm put on show - and a game, too
Reds Q&A
Bengals Q&A
Ex-Bearcat held on weapons charges
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Dealing Cincinnati a winning hand
Holy Week: Holy Lands
Lucasville: 10 years later
The disabled often offer spiritual gifts
Bob Dylan changed rock at Music Hall
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Former outlet shifts focus to home
Beware extended warranty hard sell
Business Meetings This Week
Coach helps businesses stay focused
Tristate Business Notebook

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Jarvi: Musicians excelled on tour
King tribute goes national
Different delights artist
Encore for Virtual Chef
Get to It: A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...

Showdown in Iraq
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