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Frontier to have service from CVG to Orlando, Dallas, Las Vegas, Fort Lauderdale, Phoenix

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Frontier Airlines begins service to five new destinations on Sunday, Oct. 26, and Tuesday, Oct. 28, from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport known as CVG.   Flights will depart CVG for Orlando, Dallas and Las Vegas on Sunday from …

Two of three Ashland 2015 Teachers of the Year are from Northern Kentucky schools

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  A third-grade teacher at Field Elementary School in the Jefferson County school district, Sarah M. Reed, is the 2015 Kentucky Teacher of the Year.   Ashland Inc. and the Kentucky Department of Education made the announcement at a ceremony …

State plans bridge deck restoration, concrete overlay on Carroll Cropper in November

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced today that a bridge deck restoration and concrete overlay project is ready to begin on the Carroll Cropper Bridge over the Ohio River in Boone County. Also included in this project will be the installation …

Take a ride on a comet with Thomas More astronomer at Bank of Kentucky Observatory

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Thomas More College’s Bank of Kentucky Observatory is holding a free open house with discussion and night sky viewing on Saturday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. There will also be a telescope viewing following if the weather permits.   TMC …

Third ‘Boo to You’ Halloween party for Kosair Charities moves to Kentucky Renaissance Fair

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  “Boo to You” Halloween extravaganza benefiting Kosair Charities has outgrown its regular location and moved this year to the Kentucky Renaissance Fair at 955 Elm St. in Eminence. The third annual event runs from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. …

Dead Man Walking author speaks against death penalty at two Kentucky locations

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Sister Helen Prejean, best known for her book Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States, will be in Kentucky this weekend to continue speaking against capital punishment.   The Congregation of St. Joseph …

NKU Center for Applied Informatics awarded by the AASCU for excellence and innovation

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The Northern Kentucky University Center for Applied Informatics was awarded an inaugural Excellence and Innovation Award for Regional and Economic Development from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. The CAI Virtual Co-op Program was seen as a “model …

Asbury UMC in Highland Heights gets in fall holiday spirit with Trunk or Treat, crafts fair

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Asbury United Methodist Church in Highland Heights will host a Trunk or Treat! celebration on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 2-4 p.m. and their annual United Methodist Women Craft Fair two weeks later on Friday, Nov. 7, and Saturday, Nov. 8. …

‘Impactful’ weekend in Covington with the National Give Back Day, Halloween party

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  This weekend is impactful for Covington with the COV200′s Impact Covington Day and the Latonia Halloween Costume and Dance Party.   Impact Covington Day will be Saturday, Oct. 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. all over the city …

Covington teenager ‘cashes in’ for charity by collecting canned goods in a funeral hearse

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  By Michael Monks Special to KyForward   His family’s house has become a Halloween attraction on Main Street in Covington.   Known for its over-the-top and elaborate display that seems to grow every year, the Webster house is a …

Haile Foundation grant supports Latonia Elementary’s Community Learning Center

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Covington Partners has received a $50,000 grant from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation to continue the Community Learning Center at Latonia Elementary School.   Covington Partners, formerly Covington Partners in Prevention, was founded in 1999 …

CVG makes Thanks Again mileage rewards even better with new shopping, dining perks

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CVG, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, has enhanced its Thanks Again mileage rewards program. In addition to earning airline miles for parking at the airport, travelers can now also earn extra miles when they shop or dine at participating …

VonLehman begins $750 scholarship for Gateway advanced manufacturing students

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VonLehman Company, an accounting, tax and advisory firm based in Fort Mitchell, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, has announced a new scholarship for advanced manufacturing students at Gateway Community and Technical College.   “As a forward-thinking company, VonLehman specializes in several industry …

Col Owens: Kentucky needs to hire Alison Lundergan Grimes, retire Mitch McConnell

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We need Alison Lundergan Grimes in the U.S. Senate. Why? There are many reasons, and they’re good ones.   Alison wants to solve problems here in Kentucky and around the nation. She will not pass the buck, as Mitch McConnell …

Rep. Mike Denham: Diverse manufacturing profile means Kentucky has loads to offer

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In recent days, the state’s Cabinet for Economic Development has been highlighting an industry that can be summed up in three words: Made in Kentucky.   It’s a phrase that applies to more and more products every year. According to …