The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce recently hosted the three Judges/Executive from Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties for the annual “State of Northern Kentucky” address.
As I watched the drama at the White House this week, I could not help but envisioning it as a sequel to the role that won George C. Scott an Oscar for Best Actor.
Those of us who knew Jim Bunning never expected this day.
As soon as it was announced that Northern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team would be playing the University of Kentucky on Friday, March 17, social media went ablaze with some s
I believe using local tax dollars as part of the formula for paying for charter schools is a bad idea, especially for Northern Kentucky. Let me explain why.
Ft. Wright mayor Dave Hatter and C-Forward president Brent Cooper went to Frankfort to highlight concerns about the growing cyber crime epidemic.
It’s no surprise that the American Lung Association gave Kentucky straight “F’s” in their recent report card. Our state is the worst in the nation for smokers and cancer deaths.
As a grumpy electorate heads to the polls on Tuesday, many voters believe – either way they vote – they are tossing away their vote on a horrible candidate.
At the NKY Chamber annual dinner this year, the new Chairman of the Board, Bob Heil (KLH Engineers), spoke passionately about the need for our community to increase voter turnout.
Washington, D.C. is Disneyland for protesters and their causes, lost and found.
Whether they know it or not, every business is impacted by the cost of flights at the airport.
Over the past two weeks, millions of voters have been glued to their television sets watching an on-going serious dialogue on the critical issues facing America.
After a Dartmouth College sorority cancelled its annual Kentucky Derby party over protests claiming the greatest two minutes in sports is racist, many aging former college activists were
This morning, there are a lots of thoughts running through my head.