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NKY chamber to honor Emerging 30

FT. MITCHELL, – The Northern Kentucky Chamber will recognize the region’s top growing small businesses at the 12th annual “Emerging 30” cocktail reception. “Emerging 30” is comprised of local businesses making a significant economic impact on the community based on annual revenue growth. Winners receive public acknowledgement of their achievements and are encouraged to offer […]

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Sorority carves out time for philanthropic pumpkin fest

Source: http://www.newsrecord.org/college_living/sorority-carves-out-time-for-philanthropic-pumpkin-fest/article_c9ce8f4c-57fd-11e4-9048-001a4bcf6878.html Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 10:07 pm Emily Begley | College Life Editor | 0 comments Members of Theta Phi Alpha walked across McMicken Commons with their heads down Sunday afternoon, bracing themselves against the possibility of being hit in the face with a pie. Sunday marked the sorority’s second-annual Pumpkin Fest, a philanthropic […]

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Connor’s Run/Walk: Kids Helping Kids

Pulse Journal News Article October 18, 2014 “HELPING KIDS WITH CANCER” Three years ago, Connor Kranson decided he wanted to do something to help children battling cancer. So, the boy with a big dream and an even bigger heart held a fun run/walk in his Ashmont Neighborhood. Today, the Mason Intermediate fifth grader has repeated […]

If Cheers Could Heal, Leah Still Would Be Cured

Reprinted from the Enquirer on 10/8/14 http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/2014/10/07/devon-still-beyond-the-stripes-cheers-leah-still/16893041/ If cheers could heal, Leah Still would be cured Cliff Radel, cradel@enquirer.com 4:16 a.m. EDT October 8, 2014 (Photo: The Enquirer/Cara Owsley) 35 CONNECT 21 TWEET 1 LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE If cheers could cure cancer, that cruel disease would have been wiped out Thursday night by the ovation given to […]