Saturday, August 23, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 235
Erpenbeck sister: I'm guilty
Lori Erpenbeck, the only sister of home builder-turned-swindler Bill Erpenbeck and the manager of his company's accounting department, pleaded guilty to one count of federal bank fraud.

Comets crush 'Birds
Mason turned a supposedly even matchup into a rout Friday night, as the Comets buried Lakota West 30-6 in a season football opener at West.
Complete prep football coverage

Mars almost in
spitting distance

Amateur astronomer Walter Knesel is willing to give up a few hours of sleep this month if it means capturing a once-in-a-lifetime view of Mars.

F-150 has been macho-fied
When the No. 1 vehicle in the country undergoes a total redesign, it's big news.
Explorer has room for groceries

Old-home remedies
The Building Doctor Clinic program of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office helps owners of old structures make smart decisions about repairs and improvements.

Pit bulls back in
doghouse again

Citing dog bites, organized dogfights and increasing fear by residents, Springfield Township leaders are considering banning pit bulls.

North Bend in voters' hands
The future of the old Ohio River town of North Bend, the home of presidents and pioneers, is as unpredictable as future river levels.

Reds 4, Astros 3
Seth Etherton got his first victory as a Red by going six strong innings in the Reds' 4-3 victory over the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park Friday.
Graves will return to bullpen

Wanna dance?
Shoppers stare, mouths agape, as the boys' feet fly across the four arrows on the platform, all the while keeping time with arrows on a screen.

Complete local news report

Norwood as 'medical mecca'
Search for the big gun pays off
Cemetery wants its deer departed
6-month hunt for killer ends
School celebrates 30 years of growth

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Complete sports report

Reeling Reds lose their leader
Bengals' Thornton seeks his own identity
Steelers' Bettis on the bench
OSU's Clarett suspended indefinitely
This weekend's sports on TV, radio

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Complete editorials report

Big fish, small victory
Honoring heroes
Flaws in the matrix
Readers' Views
Sunday's Forum

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Complete business report

Temps have easier time finding job
Dorm devices big on campus
Securities sellers before judge
Rate report
What's the buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Frugal garden flourishes
Tulip bulbs dim in a year
CMT's carpenter-songwriter pioneers new trend
Circle This
Get to it!

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