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Two programs, two ways to make it in Northern Kentucky for Thomas More and NKU

For the last 51 years, the athletics programs at Thomas More and Northern Kentucky University have existed, almost side-by-side. Thanks to I-275, they’re less...

The A-Z history of NKY sports

Sports in Northern Kentucky has changed in a couple of obvious ways since we departed more than three decades ago before returning this past...

We asked our readers: Do you think your child received a quality education?

For our third print edition focused on the state of education in Northern Kentucky, we asked our readers where their kids went to school...

The aftermath of Silver Grove Schools consolidation into Campbell County Schools

Graduates from the Silver Grove Independent School District often refer to their classmates as a family. Students grew up together, sharing memories from school events...

What can NKY learn from Ohio charter schools?

Northern Kentucky as the likely spot for a pilot program, education leaders are no longer talking about the demand for charters but the possible pitfalls of having one and how to overcome them.

How will NKY schools deal with resource officer requirement?

On Dec. 1, 1997, Michael Carneal walked into Heath High School in Paducah with a rifle and handgun hidden in his backpack. He shot and...

Woodlawn: Where residents bloom where they’re planted

City name: Woodlawn City size: 37 acres (.05 square miles)  Population: 229 Median income: $63,225 Median home value: $143,205  Mayor: Ronald Barth Incorporated: 1922 It takes exactly four minutes to drive...

Bromley: Post controversy, this quiet river town is reinvesting in itself

City name: Bromley  City size: 324 acres  Population: 925  Median income: $45,376 Median home value: $97,838 Mayor: Mike Denham Incorporated: 1890 If you’ve never been to Bromley, the first thing you...

Silver Grove: A community that knows how to rebuild 

City: Silver Grove City size: 1.64 square miles Population: 1,186 Median Income: $59,420 Median Home Value: $108,310 Mayor: Neal Bedel Incorporated: 1950 Everyone loves a good comeback story. Silver Grove, a city...

Melbourne: ‘A little country town’ where everybody knows everybody 

City: Melbourne City Size: .83 square miles Population: 458 Median Income:  $51,480 Median Home Value: $133,264 Mayor: Ronnie Walton Incorporated: 1912 Melbourne is an unassuming small town situated along the known...

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