Tuesday, April 22, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 112
Iraqi cards from here
A line of Iraqi Most Wanted playing cards made by Norwood's U.S. Playing Card Co. is on sale on the Web.
[Iraqi card]

[video slot] Vote 'no' if you
want slots at tracks

Are lawmakers trying to trick Ohio voters into saying yes to video slot machines? The secretary of state thinks so.

Bengals are trying
to lock up Palmer

USC quarterback Carson Palmer is clearly the Bengals' No. 1 choice and team officials are in face-to-face negotiations with his agent, trying to lock him up before Saturday's NFL draft.

[van kuiken] Pastor rebuked in
gay-marriage case

A Mount Auburn Presbyterian minister, found guilty of marrying gays and lesbians in an ecclesiastical trial, vowed to continue the practice.

Better arms, hands can fix Reds
Two things have to get better, and immediately, for the Reds to have a chance at redemption this season: pitching and fielding.
Reds vs. Dodgers series preview

Sprawl fears reach Green Twp.
Green Township residents are facing the same quality-of-life issues - and the same "sprawl" label - that rapid development has brought to Mason and West Chester.

Complete local news report

Montessori teachers to meet here
Lead in school upsets parents
I-75 rest areas to open in May
Clermont mourns a favorite farmer
Teen faces grand jury in Warren rape

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Later picks key for Bengals' draft
Kenyans still rule Boston Marathon
Cyclones in conference finals
Michigan fans suffering a season of setbacks
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Power plants: Cleaner air
Mosaic browser: 10th anniversary
Obesity: Bad information
Earth Day: Making progress
Earth Day: Earth is losing
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Gambling boats win 1st quarter
Judge OKs National Steel sale
CFC rejects shareholder proposal
Tristate Summary
Morning Memo

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Worley leads Taste's music lineup
Women's ties return on different tack
SARS doesn't deter adoptive parents
Get to It: A guide to help make your day
Encore for Virtual Chef

    • More tempo news...

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