Saturday, October 23, 2004

Princeton High School plans musical events

In the schools

SHARONVILLE - Princeton High School will be presenting its annual marching band concert and the 2004 African Drumming and Dance Ensemble.

The band concert is 3 p.m. Sunday at Matthews Auditorium, 11080 Chester Road.

The African Drumming and Dance Ensemble takes place Nov. 7-12. Applications are available in the high school music office as well as grade-level offices.

Adults are invited to participate in one of the dances to be performed 7:30 p.m. Nov. 12 in Matthews Auditorium. Contact Kristen Brown at or (513) 552-8652.

Finneytown to discuss school finance reform

FINNEYTOWN - The Finneytown Local School District will host a presentation on school finance reform, which is open to the public, 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Performing Arts Center, 8916 Fontainebleau Terrace.

The meeting is being held in conjunction with the Voices of the Educational Supporters, which promotes the passage of legislation for public education.

Athletics seminar at Clark Montessori

HYDE PARK - To help high school athletes and their parents maneuver through the college athletic recruitment process, Clark Montessori High School will host a free seminar 5-7:30 p.m. Sunday at the school, 3030 Erie Ave.

Representatives from Miami and Northern Kentucky universities, University of Cincinnati and Georgetown College, among others, will attend.

Information: Tom Donnelly, (513) 363-7138.

Karen Andrew

E-mail school news to

Ohio races:
'Challengers' to keep eye on voters
Guess who's back? Edwards, Cheney, Bush rally in Ohio
Despite suit, lawyer denied chance to vote
Veteran, novice face off in 53rd
Police investigate break-in at Bush campaign office
Butler challenger took 'appeal' to ballot box
Experience, GOP dominance at issue in county clerk race
'99 Drake levy push in question
Evendale officials ask for more taxes
Prosecutor's campaign new
Efficiency, access to data at issue in race for recorder
Debate stresses differences in deficit, Iraq, Medicaid
Supreme Court pits tried, true vs. fresh, new
Voter: No to Talawanda tax
Kentucky races:
Absentee requests increase
Actors, athletes add luster to House races
Students bring election to class
Secretary of state: Vote should be smooth
Mongiardo, Bunning camps trade barbs
Dems bet against Bunning
To vote for them, you'll need a pencil

Suspect in kids' killing asks to die
'Teardown' on the table for Blue Ash
Psychic to help in Oxford case

Pair charged in '97 death of Ohio man
Alaskan schools, Princeton sharing
Police records join statewide network
Princeton High School plans musical events
Man guilty of shooting into cop's car
Public safety briefs
Local news briefs
Neighbors briefs

Good Things Happening
Faith Matters: Lorene Wall still loves teaching kids

Robert Marrs was funny, sunny

Program shows car seat safety
Cov. students taste success
N. Ky. news briefs