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Rose-y weekend: Reds retire Pete’s uniform, #14, to conclude HOF weekend
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Registration open now for STEM Girls Day Out
The Carnegie announces 2016-17 Gallery Season, opens in September
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Ky Afield Outdoors: Be safe during busy Fourth of July Boating weekend
NKU awards contract to Kalil & Co. of Arizona as broker for WNKU-FM
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The Licking River: A 300-mile journey from mountains to metropolis
Special to NKyTribune The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Governor Bevin released the Kentucky HEALTH proposal, aimed at modifying Kentucky’s Medicaid program, on June 22. This proposal would make significant changes to Kentucky’s Medicaid program. Following federal guidelines, there...
Our Rich History: Speaking of politics, are we seeing the past repeat itself in a presidential race?
William Henry Harrison, campaign poster, 1840, from the Library of Congress. Below the illustration is the following text: “This Log Cabin was the first building erected on the North Bend of the...
Prep Sports Notebook: Campbell Co. pitcher draws recruiter attention after two wins in state tournament
By Terry Boehmker NKy Tribune sports reporter Alex Franzen received phone calls from a few college recruiters after his two impressive pitching performances during the state baseball tournament that helped...
Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Don’t throw caution to the wind during busy Fourth of July boating weekend
By Kevin Kelly Special to NKyTribune Millions of motorists soon will take to the nation’s roadways with plans of spending the extended Fourth of July holiday weekend boating on a lake or river. But one...
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BBB Trends: Scammers hit a personal nerve — but if there’s a threat to your family, stay calm and verifyBy Sandra Guile Better Business Bureau Con artists are crafty when it comes to convincing people to give personal information, donate money to a bogus charity, or pay for a service that is otherwise available...
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- U.S coal production may have bottomed out; market forecasters say coal may be bullish in 2017
- Longtime merchants, influx of new businesses and residents join forces to drive progress in Newport
- Robinson named chair of American Bar Association Standing Committee on American Judicial System
- NKY CEOs from startups AquiSense, Wyzerr, at Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Palo Alto
- River Metals Recycling participated in 'Safety Stand-Down' focus on improving safety processes
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STEM — Science, Technology, engineering and Math — Girls Day Out will take place Tuesday, July 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 pm. at various locations around NKY. It’s a special free program for...
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- NKU awards contract to Kalil & Co. of Arizona as broker for WNKU-FM, exploring options
- UK Board of Trustees extends Capilouto's contract by three years to 'invest in the future'
- AIKCU receives James Graham Brown grant to conduct data analysis of state's private colleges
- KyCIR: U of L gripped by uncertainty following Bevin's elimination of governing board
- NKU's work at Parker Academy excavation site draws attention to collaborations, critical social issues
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Government briefs: Florence seeks city clerk; Wurz ribbon-cutting; emergency notification in CampbellFlorence seeks City Clerk The City of Florence, Kentucky is currently accepting applications for the position of City Clerk. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university...
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- Old Time Kentucky: Laura Clay, daughter of Lion of White Hall, was first woman to get Presidential vote
- Scam alert: Labor Secretary warns don't believe call from 'Workers' Compensation Appeals Board'
- City of Florence promotes from within; appoints Hunt Business/Community Development Director
- City of Elsmere adopts its first strategic plan, after a sixth-month process involving citizen engagement
- Ethics Reporter: Legislative Ethics Commission approves use of social media fundraising
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By Dianne Gebhardt-French SmartHealthToday On a treadmill, five minutes can be a lifetime, but when it comes to heart attacks, delaying care even that long can be deadly or debilitating; so, call 911. The...
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- SmartHealthToday: Skin cancer is common, but one of easiest forms to detect -- here's how
- Work-oriented requirements in Medicaid plan could hit a snag; feds haven't approved similar proposals
- First Zika virus case confirmed in NKY; residents urged to take precautions against spread
- St. E's Jacob Bast named chair-elect of American Medical Group Association leadership council
- Paul Long: Run Under the (Western Kentucky) Stars was still hot and humid 10-hour challenge
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The Boone County Public Library offers events at its branches and throughout the county during the month of June. Some events are one time only while others are recurring throughout the month. A list of...
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- Florence Freedom to host Frontier League 'Y'All-Star' game in two weeks; full slate of activities planned
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- Beware lightning: Primetime electricity is in the air -- how to protect yourself and your property
- Jamie Vaught: Plenty of new books available for serious political junkies' summer reading
- Milosh the Lion Prince, and his mighty swordsmen, take on Barth Syndrome; fundraiser on Saturday
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Special to NKyTribune The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Governor Bevin released the Kentucky HEALTH proposal, aimed at modifying Kentucky’s Medicaid program, on June 22. This proposal would...
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- Governor's appointments include Cintas' Todd Schneider's re-appointment to the Kenton County Airport Board
- Maryland man who fired shots at Big Bone Lick State Park, sparking manhunt, found dead on grounds
- Founder of one of NKY's largest private companies, Bill Verst, friend to community, dies at 85
- Governor presents his 'Kentucky HEALTH' plan to transform state's Medicaid program -- seeking waiver
- CVG carrier Allegiant reaches tentative agreement with Teamsters on new contract for pilots
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The Carnegie is pleased to announce its exciting 2016-17 Gallery Season under the leadership of Exhibition Director, Matt Distel. The season’s exhibitions include a show featuring the best work of recent...
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- Life Learning Center to host 'Learning Luau,' Town Hall discussion on serving those in poverty
- PetFest 2016, fundraiser for Friends of the Shelter, takes place Sunday at Boone Woods Park
- Florence Rotary Club seeks candidates for Citizen of the Year; nominations due by July 9
- Curate Community Museum Center collections moving around -- coming to Boone, Kenton libraries
- Shawn Carroll, director of New Perceptions, inducted into Florence Rotary Club Heritage Hall of Fame
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Northern Kentucky motorists that use the AA Highway (KY 9) in Pendleton County should be aware of a construction project that begins Wednesday, June 29. Crews will be working during daytime hours. Motorists...
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- Bluegrass & Backroads: Heat of the summer brings migration of popular humingbirds
- General Motors to invest $290m in its Corvette plant in Bowling Green to improve processes, technology
- Old Time Kentucky: Better known in Texas than his native state, Oliver Loving died hard
- American Medical Association calls gun violence a public health crisis, endorses background checks
- Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Don't throw caution to the wind during busy Fourth of July boating weekend
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Collegiate All-American. NBA All-Star. Olympian. Former Kentucky great DeMarcus Cousins was selected to the 12-man roster that will represent the United States at the 2016 Rio Olympics as announced by...
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- Rose-y weekend: Cincinnati retires Pete's uniform, #14 to conclude Hall of Fame weekend
- CornBelters get 18 hits, 13 runs to take last game of three-game series from Florence Freedom
- Prep Sports Notebook: Campbell Co. pitcher draws recruiter attention after two wins in state tournament
- Billy Reed: As Reds induct Pete Rose into their Hall of Fame, may he fully appreciate the moment
- Cats' Murray drafted seventh by Denver; Labissiere the 28th pick, but traded to Kings; Ulis to Suns
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Our Lady of Assumption Church, located on Beaver Road in Walton took a turn hosting the statue of Our Lady of Fatima recently. During her visit the church had special events including a candlelight rosary...
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- Bill Straub: Framing gun control measures as anti-terrorism could leave McConnell in a pickle
- Foundation for Healthy Kentucky urges citizens to weigh in on Bevin's Kentucky HEALTH proposal
- Eileen Recktenwald: Support Marsy's Law for Kentucky to give crime victims voice they deserve
- Mike Denham: Fentanyl the latest battlefield added to Kentucky's ongoing war on drugs
- Maria Rojas: Families of undocumented workers live prepared for the worst, but value special occasions