Sunday, May 18, 2003

In search of perfect kids



On Saturday, the Enquirer introduced readers to Jennifer Holterman, a Colerain High School senior who has achieved 13 years of perfect attendance. ( May 17 story )

We want to know if there are other Tristate students who are about to share this accomplishment. If so, please contact Cindy Kranz, Cincinnati Enquirer, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202; phone 768-8508; fax: 768-8340; e-mail: ckranz@enquirer.com.




SPECIAL REPORT: OHIO'S LOST MONEY
Money's gone, Ohio gets little back
Lawsuits, new laws might help crackdown
Wasted money? It all depends
Who's accountable?
Weak contracts waste tax money

TOP LOCAL HEADLINES
Family, friends mourn slain soldier
Cincinnati Wing spreads smiles
Officials shun forum on race
Insanity verdicts hard to swallow

ENQUIRER COLUMNS
PULFER: Mammograms matter of life and death
SMITH-AMOS: Drug dealers ticked off by complaints
BRONSON: Justified shooting by a 'guardian angel'

CINCINNATI-HAMILTON COUNTY
Bells fill empty church tower
Lack of indictment draws reaction

AROUND THE TRISTATE
Tristate A.M. Report
Meeting set for west side
Good News: Cartoonist's work adorns art fair poster
Obituary: Marla Kimbrew Love involved in community groups
Obituary: Corwin Roush taught science at New Richmond
In search of perfect kids
Calling top graduates

OHIO
Ohio Moments: Reds open Crosley Field
Bicentennial Notebook: Rail club shows role in history
$750K due for crash blamed on turtle
Dems hope for inspiration from mayors

KENTUCKY
Teacher accused in child porn case
Teen admits killing student for $6
Louisville duo hopes to end Israeli occupation