Saturday, September 27, 2003

Kentucky To Go

Art meets 'arf' at auction

INDEPENDENCE - Art is going to the dogs, cats and birds today at the Kenton County Animal Shelter's Art Sale & Auction at the Kenton County Courthouse at 5272 Madison Pike.

There will be more than 60 pieces of art up for bids. Many depictions of nature, including lakes, rivers, forests, flowers and wildlife. Proceeds will go toward a new adoption center for the shelter.

The art may be viewed at or at the courthouse on the day of the silent auction from 1-2 p.m. Bidding closes at 2 p.m.

Library hosts task force

ERLANGER - The ninth annual meeting of the Northern Kentucky African American Heritage Task Force will be 2-4 p.m. today at the Erlanger branch of the Kenton County Public Library on Kenton Lands Road.

The meeting is open to the public, and refreshments will be provided.

The guest speaker will be Alicestyne Adams, director of the Underground Railroad Research Institute at Georgetown College.

Bluegrass fest in Wilder

WILDER - The sounds of banjos and fiddles will fill the air at the 2nd Annual Wilder Bluegrass Festival today.

The music starts at noon and continues throughout the evening at 520 Licking Pike. Admission is free, and refreshments will be available.

Featured performing groups will include: Central Bluegrass; County Line Ramblers; Licking Valley Bluegrass; Paul Estep and Revival Ridge; and Little Alfa and Reactions. There will be a special guest appearance by Bobby Mackey, a country music singer who owns a music club in Wilder.

Overnight storm causes heavy damage in Warren Co.
Rape victim jailed; accused freed
Injured athlete voted homecoming king
Strikers ready for long haul
2 families get $3.1M for claims

Brand new on the menu: freshly painted Big Mac
Catholic schools scramble to reverse slide
'Survivor' sags in Cincinnati
Let's all talk about education
Catholic teachers mostly disagree with Ky. firing
School to open new building
Tests show bacteria in Loveland school water
27 home sick after ruling on overtime
School reunion unites West Side
Regional Report

Bronson: Letting the homeless be squatters is inhumane
Howard: Good Things Happening
Faith matters: Families fight death penalty
McNutt: Marker dedication gives Black Brigade limelight

Crunch time near for Apple Festival
Cities to debate mall aid
Fernald projects shut down
Warren college director picks awaited

Richard Langenbeck, 80, was retired lawyer
Librarian Althea Lazenby found adventure in India
Kentucky obituaries

ACLU sues over executions
Ohio's grid recorded at least 64 glitches
Cemetery offers free burial plot
State fair director resigns under fire
4 teens critical from bad weed
Bush leads all comers in Ohio
Pipeline project fined for violations
Pfeifer wins GOP nod - and nays
Workers hustle, boy gets heart
Ohio Moments

Fletcher health-care plan pushes Rx reform
Kentucky News Briefs
Governor debate at NKU
Do you know this donkey? He's lost and needs a home
Bishop backs diocese report
New school lunch program: Staff visits parents' homes
Lexington smoking ban halted
Kentucky To Go