Covington kids improve skills with free web-based literacy program
Beyond the Curb visits charming, historic Ludlow on October 9
TMC breaks enrollment records, welcomes largest incoming class
Commentary: Marching band is the ultimate team sport
LiveWell NKY to host free Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday
CVG, Children’s Hospital team up with Autism Society for ‘SOAR’ program
NKy County Health Centers to distribute free naloxone
Tenth annual Taste of the Levee in Newport Saturday at the Levee
NKy counties approve radio system upgrade for first reponders
Carroll County farmer, 74, wins Lucky for Life lottery ticket
UK QB Drew Barker out for ‘significant amount of time'
The Licking River: A 300-mile journey from mountains to metropolis
Beechwood junior quarterback Brayden Burch, No. 10, tries to elude a tackler during Friday’s game against Holy Cross. (Photo by Mary Lynn Lampke) The NKyTribune will be providing focused coverage of NKY high school football throughout the season, thanks to support from St. Elizabeth Healthcare...
By Jennie Rees Special to NKyTribune Frank Smothers is the state’s oldest racing official, last week completing yet another meet as Kentucky Downs’ jockeys’ room custodian. He’s not the guy sweeping...
Thomas More’s entering class This fall, Thomas More College welcomed the largest class ever in the history of the college. There are currently 474 incoming fulltime, traditional students on campus....
By Vicki Prichard NKyTribune reporter While studies show that socioeconomic factors can have significant impact on a child’s vocabulary, and ultimately, their success in school, a whole new equalizer...
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On Saturday, Sept. 24, Meijer will host a job fair at 11 Cincinnati-area stores from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The retailer hopes to hire about 50 new team members per store. Potential candidates can visit any...
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- Ashland Global Holdings, Valvoline announce IPO of 30m Valvoline common stock shares at $22 per share
- State of Northern Kentucky at Chamber's Eggs 'N Issues focuses on region's successes, challenges
- Christine Luken: Confessions of a 'coupon queen' -- here's how to save money without coupons
- CVG sees 24th month of growth in both passenger and cargo service as 'renaissance continues'
- L’Oréal USA releases details of large-scale solar project at Florence manufacturing facility
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The 2016 GEAR UP Kentucky students Twenty-five high school students were honored in a ceremony in the State Capitol Sept. 20 as part of the first Kentucky GEAR UP Week Celebration. More than a hundred...
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- Thomas More breaks enrollment records, welcomes largest incoming class in history of the college
- Overcoming a poverty of words, Covington kids improve skills with free web-based literacy program
- Dixie grad Brandon Brown one of ten UofL scholars to receive prestigious Grawemeyer Scholarship
- NKU campus participating in national ITS ON US campaign against violence on college campuses
- Northern Kentucky University to host Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists meeting
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The City of Covington will be issuing 2016-2017 green stickers to property owners as it continues its Waste & Recycling Program initiatives. In July 2015, the City partnered with Keep Covington Beautiful...
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- Gov. Bevin makes appointments to boards, commissions; includes three Northern Kentuckians
- Northern Kentucky counties approve plan for $30 million radio system upgrade for first reponders
- Boone County closes Boone Cliffs State Nature Preserve; Middle Creek Park to remain open
- Kenton County Animal Shelter gets grant to support Community Cat Diversion program
- Law suit questions Matt Teaford's candidacy; he says he isn't raising money and hasn't campaigned
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LiveWell NKY to host free Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday at DCCH Farmers Market of Fort MitchellLiveWell NKY will be brining its healthy lifestyle programs to the DCCH Farmers Market of Fort Mitchell on Saturday. Stop by for fun activities and stroke and cardiovascular screenings offered by St. Elizabeth...
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- Northern Kentucky County Health Centers to distribute free naloxone overdose reversal kits
- Talk about what 'nobody wants to talk about,' learn about Mona Lisa Touch, at St. E women's program
- St. E among first in state to receive certification to address backlog of untested sexual assault kits
- Old Time Kentucky: Despite its poor reputation, goldenrod can't be blamed for your hay fever
- SmartHealthToday: That pain in leg might be more than a cramp; visit to doctor can determine if its PAD
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Chef Foster: With temperatures in the 90s, it’s hard to think about cool weather food that’s on the wayFall officially began Thursday and I have no doubt that within a few days it will still be in the 90’s with hot winds and withering sun. Not the best time to be thinking about cool weather food, but...
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- Catalytic Fund's Beyond the Curb will take you to charming, historic Ludlow on October 9
- Tenth annual Taste of the Levee in Newport Saturday includes entertainment, all food samplings $3 or less
- Quest, Vision, Skyward: Reflecting on NKY’s commitment to a plan -- and One Vision One Voice
- Attorney Gary Reed writes second book, a legal thriller set in Cinci/NKy; hint -- prosecutor is villain
- Kentucky by Heart: Writing, faith in God help Rita Setness cope with unexpected loss of son
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At least 35 million eligible Americans are not registered to vote, Rebecca Beitsch reports for Stateline. Maps are available to compare voter registration in states in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. Stateline...
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- Florence Police Department K9 gets protective vest, thanks to donation from non-profit
- Florence duo arrested on Interstate 75 in possession of more than one pound of methamphetamine
- People in news: TMC librarian gets state award, Voegele joins Furlong, Grayson to speak at Rotary
- Kenton County Sheriff Korzenborn among four from NKY inducted into Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame
- You're invited to Community ReSoup dinner, discussion on Sunday -- eat healthy and share ideas
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As part of its 50th Anniversary Celebration this year, Brighton center has introduced a “50 Years, 50 Stories” series to highlight some of the customers, volunteers, donors, community partners or supporters...
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- Big Bone Lick 34th annual Salt Festival celebrates pioneer living, traditions; to be held Oct. 14-16
- CVG, Children's Hospital team up with Autism Society for 'Starting our Adventure Right' program
- Carnegie kicks off new G.E.T. Together series with 'Drinking About Art: The Bob Ross Debate'
- AT&T gift to Renaissance Covington supports annual Art Off Pike festival coming Sunday
- Honor Flight departed this morning from CVG with 72 veterans, guardians headed to DC memorials
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By Lee McClellan Special to NKyTribune Shorter days and yellowing leaves are about the only ways you can tell it is the third week of September. Temperature wise, it feels like August lasted six plus weeks. “We...
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- A Fixture: Kentucky's oldest horse racing official Smothers shows no signs of slowing down at 90
- Kentucky Supreme Court rules Bevin exceeded his authority by ordering current-year education cuts
- Keeneland September Yearling sale continues strong, entering last four days; foreign buyers active
- Carroll County farmer, 74, wins Lucky for Life lottery ticket, opts for the $390k cash payout
- Art Lander's Outdoors: Chronic wasting disease monitoring continues; now in five bordering states
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Mark Stoops has been feeling the heat since the Wildcats opened the season with two straight losses, but the Kentucky coach is breathing somewhat of a sigh of relief following back-to-back wins, the latest...
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- Billy Reed: A tale of two football coaches and two athletics directors -- and a plot taking odd twists
- Beechwood maintains perfect record against Holy Cross with 40-33 victory
- Friday Football Roundup: Simon Kenton wins offensive shootout with Highlands, 77-53
- Cindric Claims First ARCA Victory in Crosley Brands 150 at Kentucky Speedway; claims prized jukebox
- Keith Taylor: Stoops hopes Cats can continue recent trend of success against South Carolina
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By Tracy Fuchs Ryle High School Band Booster President Whether attending a high school football game, college or NFL pro’s, the half time show to entertain the cheering crowd is truly an American tradition....
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- Bill Straub: In legal dispute with school newspaper, UK's Capilouto doesn't have a leg to stand on
- Commentary: The future of our children gives us a reason to come together with common purpose
- Will Schroder: Pension crisis must be addressed with real leadership and solutions based on facts
- Mike Denham: Outdoor activities have become major driver of state's economy with $6 billion impact
- Kentucky Youth Advocates: Act now to submit comments on proposed changes to Medicaid