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Former Bengals player earns master's degree, inspires others

CINCINNATI — A former Cincinnati Bengals player is encouraging others to not let their pasts define them when reaching for their dreams. Defensive end Devin Still played with the Bengals for two years from 2012 to 2014. In 2014, his daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer before going into remission one year later.
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Guardians Lose In Extras, Reds Win It 5-4 In Cleveland

After Monday's day off, the Guardians were back in action and welcomed the Reds into Cleveland for a two-game set. Zach Plesac was the starting pitcher for the club and went six innings, allowing six hits, two runs, two walks, and struck out three. The first run came from a solo shot by former Guardians' outfielder, Tyler Naquin, in the third inning.
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Cincinnati lands Ohio State transfer defensive lineman Noah Potter

After three injury-riddled seasons at Ohio State, defensive lineman Noah Potter entered the transfer portal last month and announced his decision to join the Bearcats on Monday. With three years of eligibility remaining, Potter will have a chance to crack the rotation and potentially earn a starting spot if he can stay on the field.
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KY Derby-winning jockey Sonny Leon signing photos at JerZees to raise money for track ministry

Father Frank Niehaus, who died in 2013, loved horse racing and people working at on the backstretch — and his ministry still serves both Belterra Park and Turfway Park. To support the mission, which is continued by Jerry Antoniuk and Steve Hater, 2022 Kentucky Derby winning jockey, Sonny Leon, will be signing autographed pictures for $5 at JerZees Pub & Grub at 708 Monmouth Street, Newport, tonight from 5-6:30 p.m.
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Cincinnati one of 3 cities selected for racial wealth equity initiative

A national nonprofit named Cincinnati as one of three cities to participate in an initiative with a new focus on racial wealth equity. The Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (www.cfefund.org) is a 10-year-old nonprofit whose mission is to leverage municipal engagement to improve the financial stability of low and moderate income households by embedding financial empowerment strategies into local government infrastructure.
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Our own Campbell one of five journalists to be honored

Movers & Makers columnist Polly Campbell is one of five local journalists who will be inducted into the Greater Cincinnati Journalism Hall of Fame. Prior to her retirement and starting to write for Movers & Makers, Campbell was a longtime Cincinnati Enquirer food and dining reporter. She will be joined...
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Reds score on base-loaded walk in 10th, edge Guardians 5-4

CLEVELAND — Mike Moustakas drew the third straight walk in the 10th inning by Cleveland reliever Nick Sandlin to force in a run, and the Cincinnati Reds hung on for a 5-4 win over the Guardians. Moustakas was down to his last strike before taking three straight pitches from...
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Reds eke out 10-inning win over Guardians

The Cincinnati Reds pushed across the winning run on a bases-loaded walk to Mike Moustakas to defeat the host Cleveland Guardians 5-4 in 10 innings on Tuesday. After Cleveland tied the game in the bottom of the ninth on a two-run homer from Owen Miller, Guardians reliever Nick Sandlin (3-2) retired the first Reds batter on ground ball, but walked the next three batters in the 10th. Moustakas' free pass drove in ghost runner Matt Reynolds for the go-ahead run.
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