Monday, July 14, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 195
Who Wants To Marry My Dad? Marry my dad
A new NBC reality show starting tonight - Who Wants To Marry My Dad? - stars a Glendale man and his four grown children - ages 21-26 - who pick a new wife for him.

Norwood fumes
While Cincinnati debates spending $63.4 million to keep Convergys Corp. from moving to Northern Ky., Norwood vows to fight the company's plan to shift 300 jobs from Norwood to downtown.
Amos: Too much for too little

Rose decision: not this year
Pete Rose's bid for reinstatement to baseball appears to be on hold until next season.
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Junior Griffey Reds 10, Brewers 8
The Reds take some good vibes into the All-Star break after they overcame a six-run deficit Sunday and swept the Brewers.
Olmedo optioned; trade next?

TicketFast is big hit
Thanks to bar-code technology, you can buy tickets online and have them e-mailed to you in minutes. And it's catching on.

Ways to cool
Chaining yourself to an air conditioner is always an option, but if you're the kind who wants to actually enjoy the outdoors, here are a half-dozen summer coolers.
What's hot for looking cool

AmeriCorps braces for cuts
Many of Ohio's nonprofit organizations are facing a sharp cut in the number of workers available to carry out their services.

Springer ticks off Hicksville
Residents of Hicksville aren't too happy that Jerry Springer is using the northwest Ohio village as a symbol for his U.S. Senate campaign.

LOCAL NEWS
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Oxford suggests district split
Springer's campaign ticks off Hicksville
Governor on hand for debut of Taft marker
Ashland shedding works of art
Badin addition for music, weights

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SPORTS
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Reds: OF Kearns to be re-evaluated
Johnson arrives just in time
Ohio St. to have academic inquiry
Doubles still pleasure for Jeff Wolf
British course not Tiger's cup of tea

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EDITORIALS
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Piecing together Bush's African puzzle
Arts spotlight: Over-the-Rhine
Hamilton County: Truth in taxes
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Boomers sending out resumes
Eckberg: Daily Grind
Can system collect data, protect privacy?
Wanted: Some new readers
Morning memo

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TEMPO
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TicketFast Web site is a big summer hit
'Pirates' grabs $46.4M 1st-week loot
Chieftans & friends put on a show
Scott Miller peeks from V-roys' shadow
Get to it!

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