Saturday, August 16, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 228
'Career tech' is new wave
Move over, wood shop and auto mechanics. Make way for design technology, robotics and bioscience.
Hey, high-school seniors!

Dunn in 10
Adam Dunn handed the Reds a 9-7 win with his game-winning two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning Friday night.
Olmedo's paying dividends
Notebook: Davis suspended



School's dirt gets lead test
The soil around Kings High School and its football field are being tested for lead contamination because of suspicions that the grounds once hosted a shooting club.
Builder agrees to test for lead


New house echoes
Frank Lloyd Wright

In 1939, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house for a psychology professor. More than 60 years later, a Cincinnati couple has finally built it.

Retailers in red from blackout
Kroger and Federated Department Stores continued to grope in the dark the day after the blackout shut down their Northeast operations.
Region's grid had time to avert blackout here
Airport here loses few flights to outage
Updated coverage of Northeast blackout

Semis should sizzle
When in doubt, favor the hot player. But that'll be difficult today at the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, for each semifinalist is playing the hottest tennis of his career.



Walk among history
Johnny Bench tags 'Baseball As America,' a new exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center, as a way to rekindle love for the national pastime.
Hall of Famers want Rose to admit it
Bats Incredible! page


One word for
Crossfire: 'sexy'

The low-slung Chrysler Crossfire is a two-seater that's truly sexy, inside and out.
What are you driving?


LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Black Family Reunion aiming for deeper ties
Cinci's still one feisty cow
Lawyer: Death-row inmate is retarded
2004 races shaping up already
Chandler, Fletcher to debate

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Improvement, not win, Lewis' goal
Inside campMeet the Bengals
Bigger the foes, harder they fall for MU
IRL pulling away from rival CART
Michigan fixes Labonte's woes

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Expand capacity
Pulling together
Erasers needed
Wells: Catch of the day
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Chiquita VP planning on new businesses
Prices, production on mend
U.S. mill back in survival mode
Rate report
What's the buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

English gardens accent variety
Enlightened collectors know 'Puffy' lamps
Get creative for college
In the know
Get to it!

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Bronson: Not just another murder
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