Thursday, August 12, 2004

Kentucky news briefs

Newcomer to join Kenton council

FORT WRIGHT - This Kenton County suburb will have a new face on city council next year. Jim Robke is not seeking re-election. He will be replaced by newcomer Matt Barker, who filed for a two-year council term by Tuesday's deadline. Barker and incumbents Adam D. Feinauer, David Hatter, Paul Hiltz, Jeffrey Wolnitzek and Joe Nienaber Jr. have no opposition for the six city council seats Nov. 2.


Kelso left off list of candidates

The name of a candidate for Independence City Council was left off a list published in Wednesday's Enquirer. Kent Kelso is one of 12 candidates running for a two-year term on Independence City Council this fall.

Firefighters' status misstated

The work status of three Hebron firefighters appearing on the TV show Junkyard Mega-Wars: The Great Race was misstated in a story published in Sunday's Enquirer. Jeff Hartline, Keith Collins and Bill Fletcher are professional firefighters with the Hebron Fire Protection District.

49 schools in city fail U.S. tests
Ballpark roofer claims Freedom owes $23,478
Steelworkers in pension fight
'Special rights' foes will sue
Big guns coming to woo veterans

Cheviot citizens to decide on property tax increase
Underdog Fingerhut hits highway for votes
Mold found in Kings schools
Local news briefs
City debates target range
Perseid meteors rain this week
Neighbors briefs
Clerk error misinforms state about capital case
Fixing agency large task
Turnpike changes sought for truckers
Public safety briefs
Athletic programs feeling pinch
Either/or sentences urged
17 day campers evacuated
Incentive package OK'd, but Dell shopping around
Home burglary suspect charged in West Chester

Bronson: DeWine finds the country on country roads
Good Things Happening

Leonard Sharrow, classical musician

Muhammad Ali Center lands hefty gift from Lennox Lewis
Bunning refuses political debate
More folks are having a fling with disc golf
2 years later, ex-candidate challenges Kenton golf costs
Kentucky news briefs
Riverpointe condo plan in Dayton wins OK
Diploma option causes debate
Candidates favor casino vote