Tall Stacks 2003
Boats at dock arrive
Day 5: Don't be left out

Ten things to do before the boats leave.
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Volunteers in the heart of the action
Partiers enjoy gloat from boat
Tall ones liven up harbor
Tall Stacks Notebook
Calliopes blast out song
Tall Stacks hits high note
Troupe tells slaves' life
Honeymooners revel in romance
Planning your visit

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 • Weather forecast

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 • Concerts & theater
 • Sawyertown (Kids)
 • On the Kentucky side

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Sunday, October 12, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 285
Riverboats set new course
Denis and Mary Ellen Goodwin flew more than 2,000 miles to Cincinnati, just to spend a week drifting leisurely on the Ohio River.

Living the river life
Scott and Jason Neiheisel are residents of the Ohio River - a community that exists in plain sight of all Tristaters, but is actually quite secluded.
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Fire chief dismisses chaplain
Cincinnati's fire chief has fired the chaplain after a dispute over the priest's involvement in race-relations issues.

Palmer's time is a mystery
Jon Kitna knows the day will come when Carson Palmer replaces him as the Bengals' starting quarterback. But when?
Buying into fantasy football

ALCS: New York 4, Boston 3
A historic pitching matchup was distracted Saturday by an ugly fourth inning, but Roger Clemens and the Yankees ultimately prevailed in the ALCS Game 3.
NLCS Game 4: Cubs 8, Marlins 3
Popeye takes on Pedro

Saab sheds irks, keeps quirks
The new 2004 Saab 9-3 Convertible has completely redeemed itself. Not only is the car beautiful to behold it's also lost all the kinks.
Plates show her pride for coupe

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Triple treat in Dayton
Three blockbuster shows with three headliners in three mediums arrive at the Dayton Art Institute on Friday.

Intolerable Cruelty
George Clooney lets loose with a terrific comic turn as a divorce lawyer falling for gold-digger Catherine Zeta-Jones.



Andiamo! lures Partridge back
She may be from out of town, but Beth Partridge is coming home for this job.

Holiday Craft Shows & Bazaars
Our guide to holiday craft shows and bazaars in the Tristate.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Patrols help out community
Sellman principal dies playing football
2 suburbs to vote on taxes
Shoo, ladybug, fly away home
Parties spar over voters

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SPORTS
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UAB 31, UC 14
No. 23 Wisconsin 17, No. 3 Ohio St. 10
Miami 59, Buffalo 3
Former locals ready to start NBA careers
New looks await as practices open

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EDITORIALS
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Academic excellence
Safety net for down years
Let the people decide
Readers respond to history question
Who are your favorite columnists?

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BUSINESS
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P&G, Cintas travel 2 roads
Businesswomen celebrate success
Consulting firm touts client relationships
Business notes
Business notebook

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

This sculpture takes a stance
Lil' Romeo brings his act to Nick
Phish bassist gives noisy, eclectic show
Crabs grab attention at Washington Platform
Get to it!

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