Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Northern Kentucky candidates

Below is a list of candidates from Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties:


Florence City Council: Curt Bessette, Larry Brown, Ted Bushelman, Mel Carroll, Betsy Conrad, Melodee Merrell, Julie Metzger, David Osborne, David Schneider, Ritsel Sparks Jr., K. Dale Stephens.


Bellevue City Council: Steven Brun, Victor Camm, Brenda Guidugli, Stephen Guidugli, Terry Hatton, Cindy Losey, Tom Quirk, Tom Ratterman, Edward Riehl.

Dayton City Council: Joe Adams, Robert "Bobby" Allen, Dennis Ashford, Virgil Bourske, Shannon Drake, Jerald Gifford, Ronald "Ron" Gunning, William Joseph Harrington, Penny Mastruserio Hurtt, Don Seifert, Cathy Lenz Volter.

Fort Thomas City Council: James Doepker, Eric Haas, Thomas Lampe, Karen Lied, Roger Peterman, Barbara Runge.

Newport Mayor: Sam Gassert, Tom Guidugli.

Newport City Commissioner: Jeff Ballard, Rick Buechel, Beth Fennell, Robbie Hall, John Hayden, Jan Knepshield, Jerry "Rex" Peluso, Johnny "TV" Peluso.


Covington City Commissioner: Jerry Bamberger, Neil Blunt, Alex Edmondson, Hensley Jemmott, Bernard Moorman, Rob Sanders, Thomas Schadler, Jeff Sewell, Jerry Stricker, Jonathan Thurman, Jimmy Williams.

Covington Mayor: Irvin "Butch" Callery, Jeffrey Fletcher.

Erlanger City Council: Randy Blankenship, Jim Burger, Kevin Burke, John Dunhoft, Paul Hahn, Brian Hammond, Keith Henry, Bill Howard, Victoria Kyle, Jim Rogers, Frank Rose, Gregory Sandel, Patty Suedkamp.

Independence City Council: Mary Behler, Thomas Brinker, Jim Bushong, Joanne Cobble, Marcus Cook, Margaret Cook, Carol Franzen, Randi Gerig, Jeff Hemsath, Kent Kelso, Daniel Koch, Jim Kudera, Mike Little, Dave Millward, George Sanders, Donna Yeager.

Jobs, economy focus of Taft address
Pettus-Brown done in by savvy date, Google
Covington Diocese paying $8.3M
Ice, snow halt some buses

West End residents ask for crime relief
Residents decry 'big box'
Aiken Leadership Team wins award
Inclusion Network to honor groups
Hamilton man pleads guilty
Wal-Mart debate postponed until March
Jury votes life sentence in brutal beating murder
News briefs
Deputy arrested on drug charges
Neighbors briefs
Mini sewage plant promoted
Public safety briefs
Railroad, Reading battle
Residents invited to forum on Reading schools levy
Xavier outlines Evanston strategy

The latest Mike Fox news: Will Butler GOP endorse?
Korte: Luken finds Dennis Miller a stand-up guy
Good Things Happening

Gary W. Whitis, 49, teacher, led band

$42M budgeted for arena at NKU
Ballots set for 2004 races
Northern Kentucky candidates
Public views mall redo plan
Schools open despite weather