Friday, October 3, 2003

The Enquirer wants to know what you think

The Kentucky Enquirer wants to hear from you.

Are you a teacher? A CEO? A craftsman? A stay-at-home mom or dad? A student? A waiter? Whoever you are, if you'd like to speak up, we're ready to listen.

The Enquirer is seeking people from all walks of life for a reader advisory panel which would meet occasionally at our Northern Kentucky offices and communicate by e-mail.

Help steer us to important stories in your community. Let us know what we should be doing to better serve our readers.

To join us, e-mail Chris Mayhew at or drop us a note at The Kentucky Enquirer, 226 Grandview Drive, Fort Mitchell, Ky., 41017.

Police shut down crime ring
For sale, dream house, $11.9M
Stadium deal got worse
Woman: Priest molested me, too
21 men join lawsuit against accused priest
Newport's submarine gets OK in defense bill
Lewis and Clark come alive at Kentucky's Big Bone Lick

Fire safety fairs open this week
Police union can't withdraw
Ex-mayors: City on wrong path
Grant aims to curb smoking
On campus
Regional Report

Crowley: Race is on for N.Ky outdoor shopping complex
Downs: Small, quaint, relaxing place lures coffee aficionados
Howard: Good Things Happening

Antique car show is area classic
Fatal wreck results in jail
Wavy flag leads to lawsuit

Charles Hawley ran ink manufacturer
Ellen Thompson, 96, had deep Ohio roots
Kentucky Obituaries

Fingerhut redefines 'underdog'
Cause of fatal silo blast could take days to find
Ohio Moments

Copter takes man to hospital after fall
Accused EMT trainee fired after visiting teen
The Enquirer wants to know what you think
Watergate reporter, TV host air views
Conner guilty of mail fraud
Pharmacy board opposes splitting pills to save dollars for Medicaid
Kentucky to do