Monday, July 7, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 188
Ohio still has some aviation pioneers
One hundred years after two Daytonians invented the airplane, Ohio aerospace engineer Joe Prahl is busy building a better ball bearing.

E-zine laughs at Cincinnati
Just in time to spare Cincinnati from taking itself any more seriously is the funniest Web site you've probably never heard of.
DerfMagazine humor: A sampling

Boone Mets sweep Reds
They are a beat up ballclub in need of a break. The assorted aches, pains and illnesses of a difficult first half of the season are beginning to pile up for the Reds and manager Bob Boone.
Family ties: Boones are All-Stars

Litterbugs: Can it
The city of Cincinnati is cracking down on litterbugs and people who let weeds get out of control.

Show host tells rebound story
For 20 years, Jim Smith had made his living speaking to thousands of people every week on the radio airwaves.
Former Reds remodel homes

Cyclist gears up for trip over U.S.
KENWOOD - A Nike sweatband stretched across his forehead, Tom Spasoff wheeled a baby blue bicycle out of his garage and plopped down on the seat.

Fab fried chicken
Dining critic Polly Campbell goes in search for the Tristate's best fried chicken and finds some old favorites.

Complete local news report

Ohio cuts back local funding
Bridgetown man lends hand at nuns' home
Storms keeping linemen busy
Housing proposal opposed
Size of fire levy weighed

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Complete sports report

Reds notebook: Club trades for utility IF
Reds at Houston series preview
Tears of joy as Federer fulfills promise
Woods coasts to 38th victory on PGA Tour
Kobe surrenders on felony assault count

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Complete editorials report

How kids are doing: Reality check
Milestone: On Interstate highways
Winners: Walk Tall For kids
Readers' Views
Books that might have changed the world

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Complete business report

Eckberg: Daily Grind
Kill kindly, activists tell food industry
Companies search for Internet piracy
Hackers battle among factions in contest
Co-chairman of Steak 'n Shake dies at 86

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Complete tempo report

Terminator 3 tops box office with $44 million
Bar-Kays, Cameo bring out old-school funk
Cincinnati Pops show has split personality
Temptations revive Motown memories
Get to it!

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