On November 8th, vote for experience when selecting your next Campbell County District Court Judge.
When I was speaking with the Highlands High School government classes several weeks ago, they asked an insightful question: “Why
The following op-ed is written by Covington Mayor Sherry Carran.
As a grumpy electorate heads to the polls on Tuesday, many voters believe – either way they vote – they are tossing away their vo
At the NKY Chamber annual dinner this year, the new Chairman of the Board, Bob Heil (KLH Engineers), spoke passionately about the
The following letters to the editor were submitted to The River City News by Ft.
I’ve always loved the saying, “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”
Cup of coffee in hand, I started this morning as I do most – watching the DC news.
RCN's Michael Monks breaks down Monday night's Covington mayoral debate between incumbent Mayor Sherry Carran and challenger Joe Meyer, wit
What makes a good judge?
This past week the IRS announced they were eliminating more than 1,600 jobs in Covington by 2019.
Now that Northern Kentucky children are back in school, many families are adapting to new routines, with bus pick-ups, fall sports, and nig
Washington, D.C. is Disneyland for protesters and their causes, lost and found.
If the 2015 and 2016 political climate in Kentucky and elsewhere in the country has taught us anything, it’s that people are tired of the s