Saturday, October 4, 2003

The Enquirer wants your opinions



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 cmayhew@enquirer.com or drop us a note at The Kentucky Enquirer, 226 Grandview Drive, Fort Mitchell, KY 41017.




TOP STORIES
Height always had faith that society can change
Tonight's awards go to rights advocates
RFK center strives for human rights
Empowerment official sought in theft-ring case
Catholics meet to map change

IN THE TRISTATE
Memorial to celebrate 20th year
Regional Report

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
Bronson: Tax-and-spend Republicans are strangling Ohio
Faith Matters: Jain Center's history honored
Howard: Good Things Happening
McNutt: Riverside town welcomes bigger branch library

BUTLER, WARREN, CLERMONT
Mill Creek gets art boost
Crashes claim two lives on Clermont highways
New Miami fires clerk, says she bungled finances
Man applauded for saving girl
Relocated Skatetown ready to roll again
Fernald clean-up change proposed
Mason forums examine overflowing schools
MU student senate ponders role
Local 'Survivor' veteran faces financial reality
Wal-Mart Supercenter proposed
Booking a Warren County hotel room just got easier

OBITUARIES
Charles F. Doll was longtime headwaiter

OHIO
Charge dropped in '77 killing because of murky evidence
Deaths of firefighters leave small town in pain
Board says Ohio can keep tax Tyson paid
Election workers won't have union
Dozens of students arrested after high school prank
House member's term too long?
Dept. of Energy agreement saves jobs at uranium plant
Ohio Moments

KENTUCKY
School nearing reality
Man who chained teenage girl is found guilty
Airport settles land dispute
The Enquirer wants your opinions
Fletcher's new campaign ads criticize Chandler
Kentucky Guardsman killed in Iraq remembered as compassionate man
Chairman seeks stricter race-day drug standards
Lawsuit seeks to block Kentucky Medicaid cuts
Mars Pl. access may be smoothed
Obstacle course aims to ease social hurdle
Kentucky to do
Kentucky News Briefs