Potlatch signs land management agreement with EVTAC Mining
Potlatch Corporation and EVTAC Mining, Eveleth, recently signed a land management agreement.
Socially conscious junk bond mutual fund no longer oxymoron
NEW YORK -- A year ago when Pax World Fund Family introduced the first socially responsible junk-bond mutual fund, the first word that sprang to mind was "oxymoron."
Wall Street bounces back somewhat
NEW YORK -- U.S. markets shot higher Friday, shaking off worries about tensions in the Middle East, high oil prices and a new economic report indicating that wholesale prices are rising faster than expected.
Brainerd Daily Dispatch photographer Clint Wood finished seventh out of 15 photographers scoring points in the 1999 Minnesota Newspaper Photographer's Association contest standings where points are accumulated all year.
Free checking harder to find as banks broaden, increase fees
NEW YORK -- Routine banking is getting to be an expensive activity. That's because fees are going up, there are more of them, and they're harder to avoid.
Lawsuit against Northwest stake in Continental nears trial
MINNEAPOLIS -- Continental Airlines may be doing the two-step when it joins Northwest Airlines in federal court as a defendant in an antitrust lawsuit filed by the U.S. government.
Departing isn't always sweet sorrow
The Labor Department says the typical American worker toils at nine jobs throughout a work life that can span four decades or more. Workers leave, or get fired, from jobs they once were certain would be the last stop on their career track.
Financial planning called crucial when starting a family
Surely you remembered the car seat. And clothes. And if you didn't remember diapers, you will.
Branson finds seniors with a little spunk
BRANSON, Mo. -- For nearly 40 years, "Wild" Wilma Jean Cummins has embarrassed her husband at friendly get-togethers and family reunions with her fine-tuned talent: blowing hit songs into pop bottles.
Kids need good relationship
Delete. Computer language of, "Oops, I made a mistake. Get rid of it." A wonderful invention, this delete key. No messy erasures. No tell-tale White-Out. Even the biggest errors magically disappear instantly. No hassle. No need to cover up a mistake.
The Baxter Sandpipers 4-H Club recently met at Lakewood Evangelical Free Church. Hosting the meeting were the Hradsky and Nelson families.
New study adds to evidence learning starts before birth
What did they know and when did they know it? Earlier than most of us ever thought possible, according to Dutch researchers who have concluded that fetuses are capable of learning because they have both short- and long-term memory.
Divorce is less harmful than fighting parents
Divorce researcher Judith S. Wallerstein is packing such a punch with her new book, "The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce," because she says, with passion, what so many people wouldn't say for so long: Divorce is a big deal for children.
Security toy for puppies
Dear Heloise: My granddaughters brought over some stuffed toy puppies for my dog, Momma Pom, who had puppies. We kept the toys in the box with the puppies for a few weeks. When it was time to let the pups go with their new owners, my granddaughters had m e give one of the toys with each puppy.
Dealing with loss as a teen-ager
WASHINGTON -- On the warm, sunny morning that her mother was to be buried, Stephanie Frank almost preceded her into the grave.
4-H regional dog show results listed
Seven Crow Wing County 4-H members participated in the 2000 4-H North Regional Dog Show on Sept. 16 at the Beltrami County Fairgrounds in Bemidji.
Brainerd City Council Safety and Public Works Committee
Meets 5:30 p.m. Monday
located in Long Lake Township to the city of Brainerd (Harold and Alvina Thiesse -- 60 acres) -- City administrator recommends to dispense with the actual reading of said ordinance -- Approval of.
Baxter City Council Meets 7 p.m.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded at 8:41 a.m. Saturday to a fire at Image Rotomolding Enterprises in the Brainerd Industrial Park.
Nisswa City Council Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday
United States beats Japan as sponsors announce end
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) -- On the day the tournament sponsors called an end to the Alfred Dunhill Cup after 16 years, Argentina and Wales advanced to the semifinals Saturday while the United States ended its losing streak by beating Japan.
Just like a visit to grandma?
CROSSLAKE -- The waiting room looks more like grandma's front porch than a preliminary stop to what lies just beyond the office door -- the dentist's chair.
Former asbestos producers seek tax breaks to offset health claims
WASHINGTON -- Former asbestos producers Owens Corning, W.R. Grace, U.S. Gypsum and others struggling to resolve tens of thousands of health-related lawsuits would get $2 billion in tax breaks under legislation being circulated on Capitol Hill in the frenzied final days of the congressional session.
Crisis Line-Referral Ser.
Chemical dependency groups and AA groups
Actress Silverstone seeks investigation into milk mustache ad campaign
NEW YORK (AP) -- Don't bother asking Alicia Silverstone if she's "Got milk?"
Health care and medical services
Blood Pressure Clinics
Recall of biotech-corn products widens
WASHINGTON -- The recall of food products made with an unapproved variety of biotech corn is widening.
Easy lighting design changes can save fading eyes
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The twin 10-story towers are pure 1970s senior housing project, looming bleakly over an unfinished parking garage and the stylish downtown McDonald's.
Internet auctions help patients cut costs under the knife
WASHINGTON -- Atousa Yazdanfar wanted bigger breasts, but wasn't happy with the prices quoted by seven or eight plastic surgeons -- about $6,000 for implants.
Allegations of second school attack investigated
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Police are investigating a report that three Central High School students molested a 14-year-old student three days before another attack in the school.
Railroad president: DM&E could help China trade
HURON, S.D. (AP) -- A better Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad system will mean better access to Pacific ports and trade with China, according to railroad president Kevin Schieffer.
Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch, House Democratic Leader Tom Pugh and Senate Majority Leader Roger Moe will unveil a proposal for a Patients' Bill of Rights at 10:15 a.m. Monday at the Brainerd-Crow Wing County Regional Airport.
Customer charged with holding boat store employee hostage
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Authorities have charged a Prior Lake man with assault and kidnapping after an employee of a Burnsville boat store was held hostage at gunpoint.
Efforts to eradicate swine pseudorabies seem to pay off
Minnesota's efforts to get rid of swine pseudorabies appear to be working, as no herds are known to be infected with the virus, state veterinarian Thomas Hagerty said Friday.
Facts about highway ramp meters
Meters are run with three main strategies:
Traffic experts keep keen eye on highway study
MINNEAPOLIS -- For Bill Bierbaum to make money, he has to keep moving.
Mail ballots to be sent to Cass residents
WALKER -- Cass County Auditor-Treasurer Sharon K. Anderson is reminding Cass County voters that their mail ballots for the upcoming general election will be mailed on or around Oct. 18.
Regents approve U of M budget request
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved a $221.5 million budget request Friday.
This was Brainerd
OCTOBER 15 - 40 years ago (1960) - The new 50-star flag was raised to the top of the flag staff while spectators and participants stood at attention during the official dedication of the new Federal building. Miss Brainerd of 1960, Kaye Hill, clipped the ribbon.
Boy fatally shot as hunting companion loads his gun
FERGUS FALLS (AP) -- A 16-year-old Fergus Falls boy died after being hit when his friend's shotgun accidentally discharged while it was being loaded, the Otter Trail County sheriff's office said Saturday.
Duluth native survives ship attack
DULUTH (AP) -- The welcome words came from half a world away.
School bus driver arrested after driving erratically
ST. PAUL (AP) -- A school bus driver with five children on his bus was pulled over by police after being spotted driving erratically through the city's streets Thursday morning, KARE-TV reported.
Thousands say final goodbye to Vento
ST. PAUL -- Thousands of friends and family -- including dozens of members of Congress -- packed into the largest church in the state Friday to mourn the death of U.S. Rep. Bruce Vento.
Alcohol, drugs not factors in trooper's death
ROCHESTER (AP) -- Alcohol and drugs were not a factor in the traffic accident that killed a state trooper in southeastern Minnesota, the State Patrol said.
Fire shuts down EVTAC Mining Co. indefinitely
FORBES (AP) -- For the second time in a little more than two years, a major fire shut down EVTAC Mining Co.'s Fairlane taconite processing plant in this small northern Minnesota city.
WCCO-TV anchor Shelby to take over drive-time radio show
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Longtime WCCO-TV television news anchor Don Shelby will host afternoon programming on sister station WCCO Radio beginning Oct. 23., the station announced Friday.
Trying to be his own person
Wade Haapajoki just wants to be his own person.
Colorado legislator dies in plane crash in Canada
MIDWAY, British Columbia (AP) -- A light plane on a sight-seeing tour crashed in western Canada, killing three people, including a Colorado state legislator who was piloting the aircraft.
Secret Service weighs in on protecting schools
WASHINGTON -- Students who came to school with a plan to kill did not "just snap." They told other kids, aired their grievances and otherwise left clues that could have been used to prevent the attacks, a Secret Service review of school shootings since 1974 finds.
Brother of man rewarded for finding stolen Oscars arrested
LOS ANGELES -- The brother of the man rewarded for finding 52 of 55 Oscar statuettes stolen just before this year's Academy Awards was arrested Friday in connection with the theft.
Pentagon says it will repair ship, review security
WASHINGTON -- As the American military figures out how to repair the bomb-damaged warship USS Cole, it also will ponder whether security policies need to be fixed as well.
U.S. Senate passes compromise Garrison diversion bill
WASHINGTON -- The Senate passed legislation Friday that puts off the contentious question of diverting Missouri River water to eastern North Dakota.
Jesse Jackson works to end Los Angeles transit strike
LOS ANGELES -- Drivers and transportation officials agreed to resume negotiations over the weekend in their bitter transit strike after the Rev. Jesse Jackson urged them to "move beyond this crisis."
Black glob continues its spread along Appalachian streams
INEZ, Ky. -- The gooey material -- a mixture of coal particles and water with the consistency of wet cement -- has swallowed driveways and bridges and claimed lawns of some residents in the countryside around Inez.
Team investigating USS Cole explosion grows
ADEN, Yemen -- Yemeni patrol boats cruised near the USS Cole early Saturday, keeping a buffer zone around the stricken ship as U.S. investigators stepped up efforts to determine whether terrorism was behind an explosion that killed 17 of its sailors.
Clinton signs extension bill to keep government running
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Clinton signed a third short-term bill to keep the government running while budget negotiations continue in Congress.
Often attacked, Green keeps hanging on in Minnesota
EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- An offseason of criticism is nothing new for Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green. Neither is a winning season.
The Class of '99 is doing nicely, thank you
For quarterbacks not named Dan Marino or Peyton Manning, it takes three or four years to become comfortable in the NFL. And even they had some setbacks -- Manning threw three interceptions in New England last week and took his share of criticism from Jim Mora.
Payton, Perez ruffling a few Cardinals' feathers
NEW YORK -- Neither took what would be considered a traditional path to the major leagues. And neither is what you'd call a traditional rookie.
Commentators don't miss chance to kick Snyder when he's down
What is it about Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder that has made him the object of so many cheap shots around the dial over the first six weeks of the season?
Blues record shutout against Wild
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- St. Louis Blues goalie Brent Johnson earned his first shutout, while the expansion Minnesota Wild settled for a moral victory.
Keyshawn still trying to fit in with Buccaneers
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Keyshawn Johnson is not good at hiding frustration.
Shaq signs extension worth $88.5 million
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) -- Pretty soon, Shaquille O'Neal just might be able to buy the team he plays for. Or at least come close.
Captain Video set to start Game 3 for the Mets
NEW YORK (AP) -- Rick Reed is a tape head who believes in better pitching through technology.
Garnett lifts Wolves over Bucks
MINOT, N.D. (AP) -- Kevin Garnett had 19 points and six rebounds and Chauncey Billups scored 22 points starting in place of the injured Terrell Brandon to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 104-93 preseason victory Friday over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Vikings to test Bears defense again
CHICAGO (AP) -- Randy Moss doesn't really want Daunte Culpepper attempting passes that even he can't catch. Then again, if the Vikings' young quarterback is out of options, Moss says it's OK to let it fly in his direction. He'll make something happen.
Men's relay team apologizes for victory display
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- How to behave on a victory stand will be required reading for American track and field athletes.
Spartans hold midnight scrimmage
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Last year, Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo rode into the Breslin Center on a black Harley-Davidson to mark Midnight Madness.
Yankees survive slump, lead series 2-1
SEATTLE (AP) -- Pressure has turned to pleasure, panic to prosperity.
Playoffs at a glance
Seattle 3, Chicago 0
Charles Gordon Larson
IRONTON -- Charles Gordon Larson, 82, Ironton, died Thursday, Oct. 12, 2000, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby.
NISSWA -- Dale Burnham, 70, Nisswa, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at his home.
PINE RIVER -- Larry Kemnitz, 66, Pine River, died Friday, Oct. 13, 2000, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
Archie R. Brisk
PIERZ -- Archie R. Brisk, 77, Pierz, died Thursday, Oct. 12, 2000, at St. Mary's Villa in Pierz.
Readers can sound off
The Dispatch encourages readers to sound off in the Open Forum.
One man's lasting legacy
Some days it may be hard to remember that one person can change the world we live in, but for people who knew Ted Soteroplos there can be little doubt.
Broken hopes and a grim future
The following editorial appeared in Friday's Los Angeles Times:
Backsliders - Dispatch Editorial
With the constantly simmering Israeli-Palestinian pot boiling over in the Middle East, it's easy to overlook other troublesome regions in that part of the world. But trouble is there, and his name is Saddam Hussein.
The Evergreen Cemetery Board is seeking a replacement for a recently retired member and to replace members who will retire in the next year or so. Many of the present board members have served 20 years or more and would like to leave the opportunity to younger interested people.
Walleyes active on north, south ends of Gull Lake
MILLE LACS - In the east, look to the bays for numbers of good-sized perch in 4 to 10 feet of water. Rocks continue to produce the majority of walleyes being caught.
Research leads to interesting facts about nightshade
I'm always delighted when I spot something surprising on my land. That's been especially true since we've cut new trails through the property in the last two years. Recently I discovered a few vines of bittersweet, one of my longtime favorites.
North country calendar
October - 19-20 -- Camp Ripley Archery Deer Hunt, first season
Books help prepare you for great outdoors
Before you ramble, row, ride or run, take some time to read:
Disabled veterans get out in the field, take 14 deer
CAMP RIPLEY -- During World War II, Frank Ellingsworth was a 17-year-old gunner on a torpedo plane aboard the U.S.S. Bogue in the north Atlantic Ocean.
Turkey hunters aim for another harvest record
Minnesota's wild turkey hunters have set new fall harvest records in each of the past five years. Will the 2000 season bring a new record?
Minnesota's pheasant season opened Saturday.
Glorvigen wins $300,000 at RCL Walleye Championship
GREEN BAY, WIS. -- Scott Glorvigen won nearly three times more money in Saturday's final round of the Wal-Mart RCL Walleye Championship than he had earned in a 12-year career as a professional walleye fisherman. The win netted the Grand Rapids native $300,000, the richest purse in walleye tournament history.
Area deer registration stations listed
Brainerd - Log Cabin, 318 S. Seventh St.
Is Minnesota's daily limit of 15 crappies too high? Should current bag limits be retained or modified for some species? Are some limits too low?
Four generations recently gathered were Jacob Reil, son; Stephanie Reil, mother; Kathy Boser, grandmother; and Gil and Margie Dewes, great-grandparents.
Michelle Schilling and Jonathan Marohl were married May 26, 2000, at Holy Family Parish in Belle Prairie with Father Harold Kost officiating.
Scott and Bozena Persons, Brainerd, recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married Oct. 11, 1975, in Brainerd.
Tony and Kathy Gage, Brainerd, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married Oct. 18, 1975.
Jennifer Badger and Russell Hines announce their engagement. Parents are Mike and Kathy Badger, Merrifield, and Leo and Karol Hines, Brainerd.
Susan Ann Wise and Brent Kyle Hames were married Aug. 26, 2000, at Incarnation Catholic Church of Minneapolis with Father Stephen R. O'Gara officiating.
Mary Ann and Bernard Rudolph, Fort Ripley, recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with their family. They were married Oct. 15, 1960.
Mindy Crisp and William Fortune IV announce their engagement. Parents are Jack and Pat Gard, Brainerd, and Bill and Marlowe Fortune, Brainerd. A November wedding is planned.
Jennie (Britton) Zuelich, Washington, formerly of Brainerd, will celebrate her 85th birthday with an open house from 2-5 p.m. Saturday at the Oak Lawn Town Hall.
Frank "Nunny" J. and Betty Lou (Martinson) Vukelich, Crosby, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends. They were married Oct. 7, 1950, in Brainerd.
Four generations recently gathered were Cody Terp, son; Karen Terp, mother; Marvin Winson, grandfather; and Dorothy Winson, great-grandmother.
Margit Kristina Rinke and Steven Douglas Higgins were married Dec. 28, 1999, at the Wayside Chapel in Bucks County, Pa.
Susan Kaye Potter and Mervin Charles Knutson were married July 22, 2000, at Bancroft Bay Park in Albert Lea with Judge William Sturtz officiating.
Heather Peterson and Jim Davis were married Aug. 4, 2000, at St. Francis Catholic Church of Brainerd with Father Bill Skarich officiating.
Gore tries to juggle campaigning, official duties in Mideast crisis
WASHINGTON -- Domestic politics all but drowned out by headlines from overseas, Al Gore tried to keep one foot on the campaign trail, the other in the middle of top-secret White House efforts at Mideast calm.
Grams enters homestretch with $900,000 on hand
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Rod Grams, R-Minn., entered the final five weeks of his campaign against Democrat candidate Mark Dayton with only about $900,000 on hand, his latest financial report shows.
Florida's Interstate 4 could be road to the White House
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Interstate 4, the busy central Florida highway that links Tampa and Daytona Beach, could be the road to the White House for either Al Gore or George W. Bush.
Dayton loaned his campaign $3.3 million
WASHINGTON -- DFL Senate candidate Mark Dayton loaned his campaign $3.3 million in the five weeks between Aug. 24 and Sept. 30 and spent all of it, his latest Federal Election Commission report shows.
GOP wins on pharmaceuticals reimportation
WASHINGTON -- Grudging or not, President Clinton's decision to accept Republican-crafted legislation allowing reimportation of prescription drugs gives the GOP bragging rights on an important campaign issue.
NCMS honors racers
North Central Motor Speedway had its season-ending banquet Saturday at the Brainerd Army National Guard Armory.
Roper critically injured in NASCAR trucks race
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- NASCAR Trucks driver Tony Roper was critically injured after his truck slammed into a wall during the O'Reilly 400 at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night.
Highway 371 bowl goes to unbeaten PR-B Tigers
PEQUOT LAKES -- Forget the Titans, remember the Pine River-Backus Tigers, who successfully defended the North Star Conference football championship, and remained unbeaten with an 18-6 win over the Pequot Lakes Patriots Friday.
Huskies win season opener
ST. CLOUD (AP) -- Three first-period goals lifted St. Cloud St. 3-1 over visiting Ferris St. on Friday night.
Ohnstad dismissed from Gophers
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Senior guard Mitch Ohnstad was dismissed from the University of Minnesota men's basketball team Friday for reasons that coach Dan Monson said went beyond a second arrest for drunken driving.
Grillo: Brooks is brilliant, one of sharpest hockey minds
Minnesota Hockey Camps owner Chuck Grillo believes owners of pro hockey teams have been making a mistake by not hiring Herb Brooks for their next vacancy.
Grillo recalls good times, and bad, in Minnesota's professional hockey history
NISSWA -- April 13, 1993, was one of the most depressing moments in the lives of Chuck Grillo and many Minnesotans.
Baratto makes game-winning touchdown
CROSBY -- With the score tied and 14 seconds left Ben Baratto scored the game-winning touchdown for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers who defeated the Hermantown Hawks 20-14 in Sea Range Conference football Friday.
Warriors pummel Flyers 82-20
The scent of gunpowder hovered in the rain and humidity that blanketed Adamson Field as the Brainerd Warriors trimmed the Little Falls Flyers 82-20 in a Central Lakes Conference football game Friday.
Pierz edges by Rockford 21-20
ROCKFORD -- The Pierz Pioneers nipped the Rockford Rockets 21-20 Friday night in a Central Minnesota Conference football game.
Local sports shorts
The Brainerd Golden Gloves boxing team works out 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Premier Fitness Club in Baxter. Anyone interested in boxing may call Tom Schutt at 746-3347.
Warriors may have set school record in total points in a game
The 82 points the Brainerd Warriors scored in Friday's win against Little Falls may be a school record.
Solid second half boosts Pillager over Menahga
PILLAGER -- The Pillager Huskies broke open a close game with 20 second-half points and posted a 34-14 victory over the Menahga Braves in Prairie Conference North football Friday.
Perham rallies to defeat W-DC
WADENA -- The Perham Yellowjackets rallied from a 14-13 halftime deficit to defeat the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines 36-20 in a Northern Lakes Conference football game Friday.
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Verndale wins, improves to 6-1
UNDERWOOD -- The Verndale Pirates improved to 5-1 in the Pheasant Conference and 6-1 overall with a 21-6 victory over the Underwood Rockets Friday night.
Calling up the Web
WASHINGTON -- Should you take an umbrella to work, sell that Priceline stock, avoid your usual route home? What time does "Almost Famous" begin at the local multiplex? Is Bush or Gore in the lead, and does my horoscope say I should avoid my boss as much as possible today? By the way, did my lottery number come up?
And, now, for those befuddled about the broadband...
Well, we're close to the end of the technical part of our series on broadband and how to share it with a home network. Judging from my mail, a fair number of readers seem to be having problems understanding some of the basic concepts.
Where top point, click and pamper yourself online
E-mail money gains currency
"You've got cash!" the e-mail message from PayPal declared.
Hands-off approach to encourage technology urged
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Consumers are enjoying the benefits of a fast-paced, innovative high-tech industry and the proposed breakup of Microsoft Corp. backed by the Clinton-Gore administration will hurt the market, Sen. Slade Gorton, R-Wash., said Saturday.
Olympics Web sites got the gold -- viewers
The Internet turned in a sterling performance at the 2000 Olympic Games as millions of sports fans around the world turned to the newest information medium for results, live play-by-play of major games and as a way to enhance what they were watching on television.
Weather drawing by Ashley Philippi in the Riverside School third-grade class of Mrs. Meyer.
HORSE ENTHUSIAST -- The Mounted Eagles, Inc., a therapeutic horseback riding program for people with disabilities is in need of several volunteers to help out with the program.
October Volunteer of the Month
NAME: Parker Campbell.
The Brainerd American Legion and Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the American Legion club. The Executive Committee of the Auxiliary will meet at 6 p.m. A fellowship dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $2.
The Brainerd Lakes Area Chapter of the American Diabetes Association would like to thank our community and everyone involved in our fourth annual Walk for Diabetes.
Hope repeatedly springs eternal for bride on No. 12
DEAR ABBY: Is there any kind of legal limit or restriction on the number of times a person can be married and divorced?
Kostunica, Milosevic forces still apart on Serbia deal
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- Talks between President Vojislav Kostunica's supporters and allies of Slobodan Milosevic failed early Saturday to complete an agreement on a transition government and new elections in Yugoslavia's main republic Serbia.
Saudi plane hijacked, lands in Syria
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- A hijacker seized a Saudi plane carrying 111 people Saturday and ordered it to fly to Syria, where it landed after initially having been refused permission to do so, Damascus airport officials said.
Clinton plans to attend peace summit in Egypt
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton said Saturday he will attend a Middle East summit Monday in Egypt with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.
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