Paul Long: Ways to beat the hot, humid conditions of summer running
Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief Program always ready to help
During NAACP national conference, state group gathered in NKY
Stuff the Bus Competition to benefit Boone, Kenton schools
Armstrong’s space suit to CVG on anniversary of ‘giant leap’
NKY Chamber announces 2017 Leadership Northern Kentucky classes
Freedom to turn ball park blue to support fallen officers
BCPL McCartney Project concert at Boone Woods Saturday
Art Lander: Eastern red cedar harvest aids in long-term management
The Licking River: A 300-mile journey from mountains to metropolis
By Lee McClellan Special to NKyTribune Although Kentucky is baking in the hottest temperatures of the year, hunters will be afield in a little over a month pursuing migratory birds such as dove, wood duck, American woodcock and resident Canada goose. Those planning to hunt during these seasons must be...
Skyward (formerly Vision 2015) and Northern Kentucky Tri-ED, two organizations focused on elevating the Northern Kentucky region, have partnered to launch the One Vision One Voice fundraising campaign....
EatKentucky: Frisch’s, Chef Grisanti unveil sizzling new Western BBQ Sandwich trio, Big Boy makeover
By Alan Cornett Special to NKyTribune Back in the spring I was impressed with the new direction standby family restaurant Frisch’s was cooking up. Frisch’s recently invited me back to their Covington...
Running in the heat and humidity of summer can be a daunting task (Photos by Rocio Flores-Walls, Emily Horseman) While three Cincinnati-area runners took off Monday evening in the 125-degree-plus heat...
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By Anthony Wyatt NKyTribune reporter When it comes to food, Florence boasts many franchise restaurants yet relatively few neighborhood eateries. Bluegrass Restaurant and Catering, a locally owned and...
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- $2.3 million expansion at Napoleon Products facility in Crittenden to add 30 jobs in Grant County
- EatKentucky: Frisch’s, Chef Grisanti unveil sizzling new Western BBQ Sandwich trio, Big Boy makeover
- Ashland declares dividend, announces advancement of Valvoline strategy, names new member of board
- Operating a family-owned business can be rewarding, but the challenges increase as the tree grows
- Keven Moore: OSHA waving a bigger stick as fines could increase 80 percent for employers
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NKyTribune staff It’s time once again for the Stuff the Bus Competition to benefit Northern Kentucky Schools. The event is a competition between Kenton County and Boone County Schools. While both districts...
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- Higher Ed Assistance Authority urges students to check their KEES scholarship accounts for accuracy
- Express Enrollment at all Kentucky Community and Technical College campuses this week
- With students away, Fidelity volunteers put in 'Transformation Day' for Holmes Middle School
- Kentucky Historical Society director promotes ExploreKYHistory app at Florence Rotary
- KCTCS rejects all five bids received for Covington, Park Hills 'surplus' property it advertised for sale
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Persistent offender sentenced to 20 years; man who robbed BB&T in Covington has 26 felony convictionsNKyTribune staff report Kenton Circuit Judge Patricia Summe has sentenced Brian Joseph Ramsey of Newport to 20 years in prison. Ramsey, 25, who robbed a BB&T Bank branch on Scott Street in Covington...
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- Expansion of KY 9 in Newport continues; York between 3rd and 4th to close beginning Monday
- Boone County Fiscal Court launches OpenGov; software tool provides access to county finances
- Newport Police, AAA team up to present 4th annual Safety Awareness Day; free car seat inspections
- Thomas More director of campus ministry named to Governor's Commission for Volunteerism and Service
- State Health and Family Services Cabinet receives $6.1m in AmeriCorps funding, includes 3 NKY grants
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By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News At a legislative committee meeting this week, health advocates urged the administration of Gov. Matt Bevin to make sure the final plan is evidence-based and that...
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- DPH renews warnings about dangers of international travel and Zika virus as Summer Olympics near
- Paul Long: Running in the heat takes its toll, but there are ways to beat the hot, humid conditions
- Norovirus outbreak being investigated at RNC in Cleveland; no Kentucky staffers affected yet
- Needle exchange programs becoming more wide-spread in KY; HIV, hepatitis outbreaks slow
- SmartHealthToday: Get outdoors for your workouts, but heed these tips for dealing with the heat
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We fantasize about being the recipient of large financial windfall: winning the lottery, getting a huge bonus at work, receiving an inheritance from a long lost relative. We dream about what we’d spend...
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- Annual back-to-school shopping event at Crestview Hills Town Center supports St. Elizabeth Foundation
- BCPL McCartney Project concert at Boone Woods Saturday in performance billed as the ultimate tribute
- Kentucky by Heart: Poring over Kentucky's past gives new meaning to the present, future
- Our Rich History: 1960's Dixie Terminal, Cincinnati and fond memories of taking Green Line downtown
- O'Charley's in Cold Spring gets a makeover; upgrades include new menu items, Curbside To Go
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NKyTribune staff report Early morning commuters in Northern Kentucky who witnessed a high-speed pursuit on Interstate 275 or I-75 may have wondered how it turned out. The Boone County Sheriff’s...
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- One Vision One Voice: Skyward, Tri-ED launch joint campaign aimed at moving region forward
- Hotel Covington engages Olga Tstetsotkina for international perspective on hospitality, sales efforts
- During NAACP national conference, state group gathered in NKY for reception sponsored by AT&T
- One small step takes Armstrong's space suit to CVG from Museum Center on anniversary of 'giant leap'
- Sunrise child services agency opening three new offices, including one in Florence
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Citi grant supports Redwood’s summer program, new technology for school age children with disabilitiesLocal employer Citi has recently awarded a $5,000 grant to Redwood in support of Redwood’s Summer Program, which serves school age children with disabilities. The grant has enabled Redwood to purchase...
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- Nominations sought for Transitions Heroes Against Heroin Humanitarian Awards; deadline is Friday
- NKY Chamber announces 2017 Leadership Northern Kentucky, Regional Youth Leadership classes
- Skyward, Center for Great Neighborhoods award creative place-making project grants to six winners
- Devou Park Golf Course hosts World's Largest Golf Outing; proceeds benefit Fisher House Foundation
- Camp Corral and DAV partner to provide free week of fun for military children at Camp Ernst
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By Lee McClellan Special to NKyTribune Although Kentucky is baking in the hottest temperatures of the year, hunters will be afield in a little over a month pursuing migratory birds such as dove, wood duck,...
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- State's jobless rate drops to 5 percent in June; 'reassuring' says state economist
- In the Face of the Storm: Participants in Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief Program always ready to help
- Art Lander's Outdoors: Harvest of eastern red cedar a must for long-term woodlands management
- Former Congressman Ben Chandler named president and CEO of Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
- Carter Caves State Resort Park to host Pioneer Life Week July 25-31
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CINCINNATI – I went to Great American Ballpark Wednesday for a matinee game between two of the worst teams in major-league baseball, the Cincinnati Reds and the Atlanta Braves. Before you ask, I have...
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- Game-changer: Kentucky's new $45 million football training facility gives Wildcats competitive edge
- Defending state champion CovCath soccer team opens practice with nine vacancies in starting lineup
- Kraus spins two-hit shutout, permits just three base runners, as Freedom blow by Windy City
- Northern Kentucky golfer Wetherill qualifies for U.S. Amateur Championship
- Freedom to turn ball park blue to support fallen officers in Dallas, Baton Rouge
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I am a recently retired Senior Attorney from the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio. During my career I concentrated on health care issues of our low-income clients, primarily Medicaid issues. Many...
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- Bill Straub: Bevin's claim of ignorance over removal of Jane Beshear's name from center has hollow ring
- Commentary: #KeepKYCovered coalition speaks out about risks to well-being of KYHealth proposal
- Stephen Pruitt: Courage is required as Kentucky works to implement Every Student Succeeds Act
- Dennis Keene: Honorable Order of the Kentucky Colonel part of Commonwealth's history and heritage
- Mike Denham: Some of Kentucky's best academic programs occurring during summer months