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NKY man gored by bull: ‘Mom’s not gonna like this’ Julia Fair Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Inspectors from the Northern Kentucky Health Department visit every public pool in the region at least twice a year. ENQUIRER FILE
How clean is your pool in Northern Kentucky? Health department inspectors release results of bi-annual checks of every public pool Julia Fair Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
The Bluﬀs Apartments pool in Covington failed its opening inspection twice before the Northern Kentucky Health Department let it open for the summer season. During the ﬁrst inspection, It didn’t have a ﬁrst aid kit and the gate didn’t properly close - both safety concerns in the eyes of the department. Concerns over chemical levels were documented during the second inspection. The third time was the charm for this Northern Kentucky pool. Inspectors from the health department visit every public pool in the region at least twice a year. As the temperatures began to climb in May, they made their rounds to pools in apartment complexes, hotels, spas, swim clubs and more. “It is much preferable to ﬁnd a problem that needs corrected before the pool opens for the season ... than it is to have to close the pool to swimmers in
order for the owners to perform repairs or other corrections,” said the department’s Public Health Impacts Administrator Laura Brinson. The Enquirer obtained over 400 pages of the most recent Northern Kentucky pool inspection reports through a Freedom of Information Act request. The majority of the oases gained immediate permission from the department to open their doors to swimmers and loungers. A few, though, had safety concerns that needed to be addressed. The most common safety concern marked was the amount of chlorine in the pools. “Levels of chlorine that are found to be signiﬁcantly high can be an irritant to swimmers’ eyes and skin. It can also aﬀect the ability to maintain proper pH of the pool water, which also can lead to skin and eye irritation,” said Brinson. Those factors can also cause swimmers to experience respiratory irritation, she added. There was signiﬁcantly more chlorine in the Gettysburg Square Apart-
ments pool in Fort Thomas. An inspector measured 25 parts per million when it should be no more than 2.5 parts per million, according to the report. The levels were ﬁxed just two days later and the pool opened to its residents. Other pools, such as the Taylor Mill Swim Club’s baby pool in Covington had the wrong pH levels that needed to be ﬁxed. First the pH level was too high but was ﬁxed the same day, according to the report. When many pools’ designated emergency phones didn’t work and were missing essential ﬁrst aid items, inspectors did not let them open. The health department found scum and mold inside pool wall skimmers at the Northern Kentucky University Spa in Highland Heights, according to a safety report from Feb. 25. The spa cleaned the critical area according to the March 7 follow-up report. Here’s our complete list of pools that were not safe upon the health departSee POOLS, Page 2A
Aaron Froelicher remembers the moment a bull threw his body in the air. Then everything went black. He landed on his head and regained consciousness surrounded by police and medics in Pamplona, Spain. Froelicher quickly stood up, insisted he was ﬁne, but soon realized a bull’s horn had impaled his hamstring six-inches deep. “I ain’t never been hit by a 2,000pound bull so I guess I learned my lesson there,” said 23-year-old Aaron Froelicher. Andrew Froelicher, 26, looked back and realized his little brother was hurt -- badly. The brothers traveled to Pamplona to participate in the running of the bulls. Every summer, the bulls are let loose on a sectioned-oﬀ portion of the town’s streets as part of a festival. Aaron Froelicher was one of two Americans who were injured during the run this year. “I thought ‘oh no, mom’s not gonna like this,’” said Andrew Froelicher. He needed to call his parents who were back in Florence running their usual Sunday afternoon errands. He ran over to his little brother. Before he made the call, he wanted to know enough information to be able to See GORED, Page 2A
Florence resident Aaron Froelicher, 23, was impaled by a bull in Pamplona, Spain. PROVIDED | MICHEAL BRANNIGAN
Syringe exchanges in NKY saved 92 lives, health officials say Terry DeMio Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
At least 92 lives have been saved with naloxone handed out at two Northern Kentucky syringe exchanges. “It’s a pretty remarkable indicator of success for a program in their ﬁrst year,” said Daniel Raymond, deputy director of planning and policy for the national
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Harm Reduction Coalition of New York City. The nonproﬁt provides services and policy direction to prevent harm to vulnerable populations. The rescues with the opioid-overdose antidote were among records The Enquirer requested from the Northern Kentucky Health Department to learn outcomes of the ﬁrst year of Covington and Newport syringe-exchanges.
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The two Syringe Access Exchange Programs opened in Northern Kentucky’s river cities in mid-July 2018, three years after the health department started trying to get the communities on board with the concept. They operate as mobile exchanges in the parking lots of St. Elizabeth Hospital, Covington, and St. Elizabeth Urgent Care in Newport as part of a compro-
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mise with the Northern Kentucky Health Department. The ﬁrst syringe exchange site in Northern Kentucky opened in 2016 in the Williamstown, Grant County, health center. Records show 110 lives have been saved from naloxone provided there. The idea of syringe exchanges is to See EXCHANGE, Page 4A
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❚ Gettysburg Square Apartments, Fort Thomas. Issues: Chlorine levels ❚ Harbor Green, Bellevue. Issues: Chlorine levels ❚ Nob Hill Condominium, Fort Thomas. Issues: Flow rate issues ❚ Riverpointe. Issues: Entry gate not latching ❚ Shadowlake Drive. Issues: Chlorine levels ❚ Silver Woods Landing. Issues: Chlorine levels ❚ Vernon Lane Swim Club. Issues: Pump trouble ❚ Manhattan Harbor Pool. Issues: Emergency phone not working ❚ Hampton Inn, Wilder. Issues: Missing ﬁrst aid items ❚ Highland Ridge Apartments, Highland Heights. Issues: Chlorine levels, Ph levels ❚ NKU Spa, Highland Heights. Issues: Scum and mold found inside wall skimmers ❚ Signal Hill Pool, Wilder. Issues: First aid items missing ❚ Town and Country lap pool. Issues: First aid items missing ❚ Wellington Place pool, Alexandria. Issues: Flow meter problems, directional eyeball missing ❚ Burgundy Hills, Burlington. Issues: Ph levels ❚ Burlington Oaks. Issues: No chemicals for alkalinity control, Ph levels ❚ Hunters Ridge baby pool, Burlington. Issues: Surge tank issues, ﬂooding in pump room, fence not closed properly ❚ LaQuinta Inn & Suites Spa. Issues: Vac alert not properly working ❚ Aqua on the Levee Spa. Issues: Chlorine levels ❚ The Bluﬀs Apartments pool, Covington. Issues: Failed opening inspection twice, no ﬁrst aid kit, chemical levels Julia is the new Northern Kentucky government reporter through the Report For America program. Do you know something she should know? Send her a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on twitter at @JFair_Reports.
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tell his parents that Aaron was safe. Blood seeped out of Aaron Froelicher’s thigh. His head wound needed attending too, so the brothers went to the hospital. His brother went into surgery for two hours, Andrew Froelicher recalled. The surgeon told him it was a simple procedure to clean the wound of bacteria that might have been on the bull’s horn. Bulls are known to stick their horns in manure before runs. The head wound was taken care of with two staples. As Andrew Froelicher waited for his brother, a reporter from a Pamplona, Spain, newspaper found him in the hospital and asked if he had seen ‘the pictures.’ In the ﬁrst picture Aaron Froelicher is smiling, thinking all the bulls passed him. The next one shows him on the ground in a “total state of surprise,” right after he was gored, Andrew Froelicher said. He didn’t want his parents to see those pictures before he called. He knew it was time. “Before I tell you anything - everything is okay,” Andrew Froelicher told his parents. Their mom started to cry. Their dad, Florence city council member Duane Froelicher said his mind went to the worst case scenario. “We warned those guys,” said Duane Froelicher. Their boys had been planning the trip for six months. Duane and his wife kept telling them they needed to practice extreme caution. Aaron Froelicher said right before he was impaled, he saw six or seven bulls pass him. That’s how many are usually let out at once, so he thought he was in the
Aaron Froelicher said right before he was impaled, he saw six or seven bulls pass him. That’s how many are usually let out at once, so he thought he was in the clear. He had enough excitement and decided it was time to get out of the path of the bulls. Then he strained his neck to look behind him. “He was right behind me,” Froelicher said. clear. He had enough excitement and decided it was time to get out of the path of the bulls. Then he strained his neck to look behind him. “He was right behind me,” Aaron Froelicher said. Aaron Froelicher has been in the hospital since Sunday. He keeps his Cincinnati Reds baseball hat with him, his brother said. Aaron was supposed to be on a plane home on Wednesday but doctors want to keep him on an antibiotic drip until Friday. As he sat in his hospital bed on Tuesday, he said he would like to come back to Pamplona for the festivities. Participating in the bull run again, though, will not happen. “You never you really plan for something like this to happen,” said Aaron Froelicher. Julia Fair is the new Northern Kentucky government reporter through the Report For America program. Do you know something she should know? Send her a note at email@example.com and follow her on twitter at @JFair_Reports.
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Burlington closing Latonia store, opening new one in Newport Sarah Brookbank Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Burlington, formerly known as Burlington Coat Factory, is opening a new store in the Newport Plaza. Store oﬃcials said the new store will replace the existing location at 4293 Winston Avenue in the Latonia area of Covington. The new store will open this fall and will be at 1301 Monmouth St. in Newport, company oﬃcials said. “We are thrilled to remain in the (Northern Kentucky) community, pro-
viding local residents with a new shopping experience for the entire family," CEO and Chairman Tom Kingsbury said in a statement. The new store will be 39,280 square feet and "allows for a simple and attractive shopping experience for customers, making it easy to navigate." "Whether they’re looking for brand name clothing, stylish home décor items, or anything for baby, customers will enjoy signiﬁcant savings and discover new merchandise arrivals each week,” Kingsbury said.
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in need and at risk.” Since opening, the Covington-based exchange site has collected 29,086 used syringes, and the Newport site took in 15,105, records show. Altogether, the two sites welcomed 1,292 visitors with their once-weekly operations. Nurses provided 171 rapid HIV tests, records show, and staﬀ directed 449 people from the two sites into treatment from mid-July last year to mid-June this year. They also handed out 1,358 naloxone kits. “Our nurses and other staﬀ have done a terriﬁc job of providing services to help prevent infectious diseases and overdose deaths,” said Dr. Lynne Saddler, district director of the Northern Kentucky Health Department. “Our goal remains, however, to provide the syringe access exchange program from our health centers and in all of our counties.” Now, only the Grant County Syringe Access Exchange Program operates from a health clinic. And Boone County has none.
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NKY police cracking down on I-75 speeders in July Chris Mayhew
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Police in Northern Kentucky are cracking down on speeders on I-75 this month. Oﬃcers will be on the lookout for speeders and other traﬃc violations on the interstate through July 13. For Covington, the blitz is poignant as two semis have overturned in diﬀerent Cut in the Hill incidents and an oﬃcer was injured while he was stopped to block traﬃc. An oﬃcer was hospitalized for several weeks last month after his cruiser was rear-ended while stopped to block traﬃc for a motorists' accident, said Lt. Justin Wietholter of Covington Police Department.
Police in Northern Kentucky will boost efforts to curb speeding on Interstate 75 through July 13 in places like this area near Buttermilk Pike. ENQUIRER FILE
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Tomato shallot “relish” Red onion can be substituted for the shallot. A little goes a long way. Dress it up by putting relish in a radicchio leaf. Ingredients 2 cups or so tomatoes, cut up (about 1-1/2 pounds) 1 shallot, diced small or thinly sliced (you may not need it all - go to taste) Handful chopped basil 1/3 cup red wine vinegar or more to taste 3/4 cup olive oil Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste. Instructions Toss tomatoes, shallot and basil together. Whisk vinegar and oil together. Pour over tomatoes, mix and season.
Tip: 2 ways to preserve cherry/grape tomatoes Freeze raw or roasted, depending upon how you want to use them. Instructions Freeze raw:
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Well, what a surprise I had yesterday when I went out to pick raspberries. A tiny baby fawn was curled up in the middle of the elderberry patch next to the raspberry rows. Now like with many of you, deer are more than a nuisance. I have a feeling it was the babe’s relatives who nipped the ripe raspberries from the stems and
chomped down a row of sunﬂowers the night before. A frustrating sight. But that little creature looked up at me so trustingly….I didn’t have the heart to shoo it away to the ﬁeld. One plant they’re leaving alone (so far) are the tomatoes. My Rapunzel cherry and grape tomatoes are ripening nicely so I picked some to make this pretty and yummy side dish. I call it a relish, though technically it’s not, since relishes are usually made with minced vegetables. I served it alongside grilled chicken, though it can stand alone as a salad.
Wash tomatoes and dry well. If they have a lot of moisture on the skins, they’ll accumulate frost. Place in single layer on cookie sheet. Don’t let them touch each other so that after they’re frozen, they won’t stick together. Freeze hard, uncovered, then transfer to containers. Roast before freezing: After washing and drying, place in single layer on cookie sheets. Drizzle with olive oil. Add a sprinkling of garlic and/or herbs, or roast plain. Roast at 400 degrees until they wrinkle a bit, about 10 minutes or so. Cool and transfer to containers. How to use: Now you can’t use frozen tomatoes fresh, since they lose texture and shape when thawed. Skin on or off? I use the frozen tomatoes with the skin on, but if you want to remove skins prior to cooking, put tomatoes in a colander, run a bit of warm water over and you should be able to remove skins. (This works with larger frozen tomatoes, too). Perfect for soups, sauces and other cooked dishes. I use them just like canned tomatoes. Frozen cherry tomatoes last up to a year but are best used within 6 months.
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Ice cream is getting even better in Cincinnati this summer Polly Campbell and Noelle Zielinski Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
It's easy to take it for granted, but stop for a minute to think what a lovely little miracle ice cream is. On a day when the sidewalks are radiating heat and it's hard to walk a block, you can head to an ice cream shop and order something that is as cold as a winter day. As if that weren't enough, owners of ice cream shops have thought of ingenious ways to make it even better. From adding booze to serving it on hot dessert to dreaming of new ﬂavors, these creations may make you shiver from deliciousness. The two families that opened Bold Face Dairy Bar in Price Hill did it because there was no ice cream place in the neighborhood, or even within miles of the neighborhood. So it's a fun place with appeal for everyone. It's a walk-up window, but they made a nice outdoor area next door for people to hang out. Their oﬀerings range from $1 soft serve cones to the $12 Bold Face cone. In between, there are a lot of fun and exotic natural ﬂavors to add to your soft serve. Have you ever crushed a fresh cardamom pod? It is citrusy, spicy and haunting, and their cardamom ﬂavor captures it perfectly. The blueberry is true to the fruit. And one of their topping choices is sea salt, which is quite good on their rich chocolate. All the ﬂavors can go into shakes and ﬂurries, too. They also do specials for fun, like a dirty martini ice cream made with gin ﬂavoring. Yep, with olives. It is ... surprisingly good. So, that $12 cone? It's a waﬄe cone lined with caramel sauce, ﬁlled with vanilla soft serve, a hot fudge pocket deep inside, covered with chocolate jimmies and ... 23-carat gold leaf. This thing begs to be put on Instagram. 801 Mt. Hope Avenue, Price Hill. www.boldfacedairybar.com The warm croissant bread pudding from Hello Honey, Downtown, is fresh out of the oven, with a custardy creamy center and bits of croissant sticking out that get crispy. Then, on top, the very cold salted caramel ice cream starts out hard, but then slowly, inevitably, melts. It is a beautiful balance that works because they bake the bread pudding when you order it and rush it out to you. So it takes 10 or 15 minutes to get this piece of heaven, every one of which is worth it. They also do hot cookies and hot brownies the same way, and there's a hot fudge chocolate souﬄe with banana ice cream that isn't on the menu, but tell them I told you to order it. 633 Vine St., Downtown. www.hellohoneyicecream.com The acai bowl from Yagööt is their tart, tangy fro-yo blended with acai puree (you know, the miracle health fruit from the Amazon) and topped with granola and banana slices. So, it's healthy, but not that healthy. Also, it's huge and I didn't think I could eat it all. I did. I had mine made with peach yogurt; I don't know if the ﬂavor of the yogurt makes that much diﬀerence. Have it for breakfast. Four locations, www.yagoot.com Godiva chocolate capitalizes on its reputation for decadent chocolate with its soft serve ice cream. It has vanilla, chocolate or twist, served in cones, including some dipped in chocolate and nuts. It's high-quality ice cream, very dense for soft serve and more chocolatey than you'll get at your local ice cream window. But is it really enough better to charge $5.95? Only you know your price for treats. Kenwood Mall, 7875 Montgomery Road, Kenwood, www.stores.godiva.com Ice cream ﬂights are a thing now. Instead of choosing just one scoop ﬂavor, they allow you to try four smaller ones. Two newish ice cream parlors oﬀer them: Craft Creamery in West Chester
An ice cream flight from Fort Thomas Ice Cream POLLY CAMPBELL/ ENQUIRER
A peanut buster parfait from Dairy Queen POLLY CAMPBELL/ ENQUIRER
Parshall’s Pineapple from Buzzed Bull Creamery. PROVIDED
sets them up like beer ﬂights, and Fort Thomas Ice Cream serves them in little muﬃn dishes. Both places, though, made me realize how hard it is to make ice cream: They were hit and miss in both ﬂavor and texture, though the Fort Thomas version of chocolate is quite delicious, Craft Creamery, 7736 Dudley Drive, West Chester. www.facebook.com/craftcreamery Fort Thomas Ice Cream, 1013 S. Fort Thomas Ave. facebook.com/fortthomasicecream The blueberry ice cream from Nanny Belle’s. Imagine eating freshly picked blueberries but with a sweet, creamy twist. Tucked right inside of Summit Park, Nanny Belle’s is the perfect getaway spot to cool oﬀ during the summer. And whether you love blueberries or not, this refreshing burst of ﬂavor is one to try this season, especially for its low price point of only $3.
Summit Park, 1100 Summit Place, www.nannybelles.com Parshall’s Pineapple from Buzzed Bull Creamery in Over-the-Rhine, where they make ice cream with liquid nitrogen, and add a "buzz" in the form of a shot of alcohol. This limited edition dish from Buzzed Bull is summer in a cup. Made with fresh pineapples, vanilla, whipped cream and a “suggested buzz” of Tito’s vodka, this dish resembles a pineapple upside-down cake. And since all of Buzzed Bull’s creations are made in-house, feel free to substitute the suggested buzz for any type of liquor you’d like. 1408 Main St. (They're expanding to North Carolina and Georgia.) www.buzzedbullcreamery.com You know a sundae with an amarena cherry instead of a maraschino on top is a little fancy. Dojo Gelato, whose mother location is in Findlay Market, also has a Northside shop, a sort of modiﬁed soft
"The Bold Face Cone" topped with 23 karat gold leaf at The Bold Face Dairy Bar in Cincinnati. MADELEINE HORDINSKI/THE ENQUIRER
serve arrangement, with windows to order from and a patio for lingering. Nothing wrong with a scoop of gelato, but you can get sundaes, too. The Elm and Elder is salted caramel ice cream with strawberry compote, whipped cream, chopped marcona almonds and an amarena cherry on top. 1735 Bluerock St., Northside, dojogelato.com When I was a little kid, my parents would only buy us a nickel vanilla cone from Dairy Queen, though I longed for the glamour of a sundae or parfait. I vowed that when I was grown up, I could get a peanut buster parfait ANYTIME I WANTED. Also, because the peanuts never end in this thing! Simple but devastatingly good. Never discount the delicious taste of nostalgia. (The DQ in Latonia retains a lot of the charm of the windows of my youth.) Various locations, www.dairyqueen.com
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Sports Highlands legend Lorenzen dies Former NFL QB is one of the most successful and beloved football players in NKY history James Weber Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Jared Lorenzen, one of the most successful and beloved football players in Northern Kentucky history, has died. A statement from his family on July 3 said as follows: "It is with heavy hearts that the family of Jared Lorenzen, would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for all of your support and prayers over the past 6 days. We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Jared today, July 3, 2019. Again, we appreciate all of the warm wishes and prayers, but as a family, we would request your respect and privacy. We will oﬀer arrangements information in the coming days. Please keep Jared's family and especially his children, in your thoughts and prayers." Lorenzen, 38, had been hospitalized June 28 with an infection plus heart and kidney issues. A statement from his family that day indicated that he had not been feeling well for several weeks. Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio later tweeted, “Jared Lorenzen was one of the ﬁnest people I have known…a better person than a player. He was a huge part of our KSR family and an even larger part of the BB(N) family. My heart is broken for his family and friends. God Bless the soul of our amazing friend.” Lorenzen, a 1999 Highlands graduate, was named Kentucky Mr. Football for the 1998 season, when he led the Bluebirds to a 15-0 record and a state championship. He threw for 3,392 yards and 45 touchdowns that season, and rushed for 904 yards and 15 scores. He led the Bluebirds to average more than 53 points and 493 yards per game that season. Highlands’ 801 points in 1998 were a state record until the Bluebirds posted 849 in 2011. Lorenzen and the Bluebirds also won the 1996 3A state championship, and he ﬁnished his career with an all-time record of 41-2. His 89 career touchdown passes is third in Northern Kentucky history, and he ﬁnished with 6,822 career passing yards. Lorenzen’s ﬁnal loss in a Highlands football uniform came at the hands of CovCath in the 1997 playoﬀs, a See LORENZEN, Page 2B
July 21, 2010: Highlands High School new quarterbacks coach Jared Lorenzen, left, talks to the Bluebirds starting quarterback Patrick Towles. THE ENQUIRER/ERNEST COLEMAN
Mayer makes impression at national football showcase James Weber Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Incoming Covington Catholic senior Michael Mayer recently made a strong impression at The Opening, a showcase combine and competition for elite high school football players in Frisco, Texas. Mayer, a tight end and linebacker for the Colonels, has verbally committed to Notre Dame. He is ranked No. 1 among 2020 tight ends and in Kentucky by 247sports.com, and was part of the showcase with many other elite players from the Class of 2020. Mayer was named the MVP of the 7-on-7 competition on July 3, which capped the event. He made a strong impression on a future Notre Dame teammate, quarterback Drew Pyne, who also played in the Opening. “He is completely unguardable, and everyone in this stadium knows it,” Pyne told ND Insider. “I always knew he was unbelievable coming into this. These are the best players in the country, and not one person can guard him. He is just unbelievable. He has really good speed for his size. He’s a really strong guy. His routes that he runs are really crisp. He’s really good at faking one way and going the other. Overall, he’s just an absolute freak of nature. And his hands are unbelievable. He has huge hands. The ball looks small in them. He can catch anything that comes his way.” According to 247sports.com, Mayer was named the “Alpha Dog” in the ﬁrst day of the event on July 1, delineating the top performance among tight ends and wide receivers during one-on-one drills. The site said
Michael Mayer (87) locks in a short pass for Covington Catholic in the 2018 KHSAA 5A State Football Championship in December. GEOFF BLANKENSHIP/FOR THE ENQUIRER
Mayer “took to the ﬁeld on Monday for the one-on-one portion of the event and put on a show. It was a dominant showing from start to ﬁnish.” 247 Sports national analyst Greg Biggins said, "There was a really strong group of receivers working out but it was tight end Michael Mayer who had the day’s most dominant performance. The Notre Dame commit had multiple acrobatic jump ball catches, got easy separation on throws down the ﬁeld and didn’t drop a ball that we saw all day. In fact, not only did we not see Mayer drop a ball, we didn’t see him lose a sin-
gle rep all day. Mayer projects as a possession/thirddown pass-catcher as well as a threat down the ﬁeld." Tom Loy of 247sports.com posted a highlight video of Mayer’s performance. Matt Freeman of Irish Sports Daily, a University of Notre Dame recruiting site, also chronicled his performance Freeman also conducted a video interview with Mayer over the weekend. “It was awesome to get invited to the Opening ﬁnals here,” Mayer said in that video. “I’m excited to be here, excited to learn, excited to get better and to meet new people. I would consider myself a social guy. I want to meet the other Notre Dame commits. It’s really important because we’re going to be playing together for the next three to four years.” In the video, Mayer said he bonded really well with Notre Dame oﬀensive coordinator and tight ends coach Chip Long. “I really liked the campus. It’s a beautiful place," he said. "Every player I talked to was down to earth and they laid it all on the line, telling me what it would be like there.” Mayer had 46 catches for 1,029 yards and 12 touchdowns last year and was the team’s leading tackler, including 18 for loss. He is also a ﬁerce blocker on run plays. Mayer and the Colonels have gone 29-1 the last two seasons, winning a 5A state championship in 2017 and ﬁnishing as runner-up last year with a close 20-16 loss to South Warren. Mayer told various outlets in Texas that he would enroll early at Notre Dame in January.
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41-35 CovCath win in double overtime famously known as the “Mud Bowl” for the rainy, sloppy conditions during the game. Lorenzen was inducted into the LaRosa’s Hall of Fame in 2016. He was a standout quarterback at the University of Kentucky, where he still holds career records for total yards, completions, and passing yards, and is second in passing touchdowns. His 528 passing yards against Georgia in 2000 is also a UK record, Lorenzen has inducted into the UK athletic hall of fame in 2015. Lorenzen then went on to the NFL, where he played for the New York Giants. Despite not being drafted, he stuck with the Giants for four seasons, and was the primary backup quarterback to Eli Manning when the Giants won Super Bowl XLII in 2008, spoiling New England’s undefeated season. The Giants won that Super Bowl on a memorable pass play from Manning to David Tyree. Manning escaped heavy pressure then launched a bomb to Tyree, who famously used his helmet to corral the ball. In a documentary on that game by NFL Films, Manning credited Lorenzen for preparing him for that moment. Eli Manning sent out a statement through the Giants organization: Lorenzen came back to his alma mater to be quarterbacks coach under Dale Mueller, at one point mentoring Patrick Towles, who went on to a successful career at both UK and Boston College. Towles tweeted: “Jared was in incredible player, coach, and man. Having him as my QB coach in high school was such a privilege. He made me such a better player and person. I will miss you so much Coach Lo. Throw some touchdowns in heaven.” In recent years, Lorenzen built and played for the Northern Kentucky River Monsters, an indoor football team that played in BB&T Arena. A broken leg in a River Monsters game ended his playing career. Lorenzen had been publicly battling weight gain the last couple of years, taking part in an ESPN documentary. The documentary had chronicled a larger project in which Lorenzen had a mobile gym and made public appearances talking to children about nutrition. He had made such an appearance in Lexington on May 19, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. Jeremy Schaap of ESPN, who helped produce that
Aug. 8, 2003: Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen readies a pass during the team's media day activities in Lexington, Ky. ED REINKE/AP PHOTO
documentary, tweeted, "Jared Lorenzen was a warm, caring, deeply introspective man, totally committed to his family. He was really funny, too--and man, what an athlete.” Lorenzen was also a top basketball player in high school, helping the Bluebirds to three straight Ninth Region championships from 1997-99. He and fellow Highlands legend Derek Smith were named all-tour-
nament in the 1997 Sweet 16, leading Highlands to the state ﬁnal for the only time in school history (Ft. Thomas High School reached the ﬁnal in 1924). The duo led the way in 1998 and 1999, but the Bluebirds were ousted in the ﬁrst round of both tournaments. Lorenzen had 23 and 17 points in those games. Lorenzen was named ﬁrst team all-state in hoops after the 1999 season.
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COMMUNITY NEWS Google brings economic opportunity initiative, Grow With Google, to Kentucky KENTUCKY – Today, Google announced that it is bringing ‘Grow with Google’, the tech companies initiative to help create economic opportunity, to Kentucky the week of July 15. To kickstart this work locally, Google is hosting free, daylong workshops at libraries in Erlanger and Bowling Green to help local job seekers, small business owners, educators and entrepreneurs improve their digital skills. “I am proud to welcome Google to Kentucky as part of the Grow with Google tour. The Second District is growing, and new residents and businesses are coming to our communities every day. In today’s economy, digital skills are essential. This event will help job seekers and small business owners learn these important skills. I am looking forward to the event joining the event at the Bob Kirby branch of the Warren County Library on July 19.” Kentucky tour dates, cities and locations include: Wednesday, July 17 in Erlanger Kenton County Public Library - Erlanger Branch 401 Kenton Lands Rd., Erlanger, KY 41018 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Friday, July 19 Bowling Green Warren County Library - Bob Kirby Branch 175 Iron Skillet Ct 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Representative Brett Guthrie will make remarks. “Kentucky is a logistical epicenter, with 65% of the nation’s population only a days-drive away. This has helped Kentucky expand and encourage investment that is unprecedented for Kentucky. By bringing the Grow with Google tour to the state, we are making a commitment to help develop a skilled workforce that can meet the needs of Kentucky’s growing economy,” said Erica Swanson, Google’s Head of Community Engagement. In recognition that libraries have become centers for digital skills learning, Grow with Google plans to visit libraries in every state, partnering with them to deliver digital skills trainings directly to community jobseekers and small businesses. According to the American Library Association, nearly three-quarters of public libraries assist their patrons with job applications and interviewing skills, 90% help their patrons learn basic digital skills, and just under half provide access and assistance to entrepreneurs looking to start a business of their own.
SCHOOL NEWS Throughout the day Google staﬀ will teach handson workshops for a variety of audiences. Local businesses can learn about online marketing and search engine optimization, while individuals can attend a session focused on best use of G Suite tools - Gmail, Google docs, and more. There will also be training for library staﬀ and nonproﬁt leaders on a range of Grow with Google free tools and curriculum so that they can continue to share resources with their patrons and customers. Attendees are welcome to drop in for a few sessions or stay all day and, outside of the speciﬁc workshops, can sign up for one-on-one 20 minute training sessions with Google staﬀ. Google is partnering with community organizations to spread the word about the events. Following the Grow with Google event, Google will explore ongoing partnership opportunities with area organizations to help with job training and developing digital skills. Speciﬁcally, Grow with Google aims to help address the skills gap by preparing Americans for middle-skill jobs, positions that require some skills but not four year degrees. According to the National Middle Skills Initiative, middle skills jobs account for 58% of the Kentucky labor force, yet only 48% of the state’s workers are trained for such jobs, creating a gap Google would like to help ﬁll. A recent study by Burning Glass and Capital One found that more than 8 in 10 middleskill jobs (82%) require digital skills. Overall, middleskill jobs average $20 per hour. In their 2018 Economic Impact Report, Google announced that 9,700 businesses in Kentucky generated $1.06 billion dollars in economic activity by using Google’s search and advertising tools. The full report details Google’s economic impact state-by-state, and features the stories of businesses fueling that growth, creating job opportunities, and transforming their communities. To learn more about the free event and to register, visit g.co/GrowKentucky. Space will be limited; so please register in advance. Grow with Google is a new initiative to help create economic opportunities for Americans. The program draws on Google’s 20-year history of building products, platforms, and services that help people and businesses grow. Through this initiative, we aim to help everyone across America – those who make up the workforce of today and those who will drive the workforce of tomorrow – access the best of Google’s training and tools to grow their skills, careers, and businesses. For more information, please visit Google.com/Grow. Jessica Johnson, Google
NKU biology professors awarded Kentucky research grant NKU Biology professors received an outreach grant from the Kentucky Academy of Science that will help NKU's neuroscience reach regional high schools. Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Christine Curran and Dr. Lauren Williamson received an Athey Science Education and Outreach grant from the Kentucky Academy of Science (KAS). The annual grant is awarded to a Kentucky scientist who is a member of KAS. The grant will assist in expanding NKU’s neuroscience outreach to regional high schools through Neuro-NORSE, Neuroscience Outreach Resources for Secondary Education. Dr. Curran joined NKU’s Biological Sciences department in 2008 and currently serves as director of the neuroscience program and professor of biological science. Her laboratory research in developmental neurotoxicology is funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. However, she has been active for decades in K-12 science outreach, including serving as the Biology Alliance faculty lead for NKU’s Center for Integrative Natural Science and Mathematics (CINSAM). “The goal of our project is to support CINSAM’s P-12 outreach eﬀort in northern Kentucky by developing, testing and working with local high school teachers to introduce neuroscience concepts into their classrooms,” said Dr. Curran. “A key part is developing inexpensive toolkits teachers can use along with lesson plans. CINSAM provided funding to support two teachers who worked on our recent BRAIN high school academy, so we were able to test several activities to ensure they are consistent with best practices in science education and Kentucky science standards. I'm also excited that our new neuroscience faculty member Dr. Lauren Williamson will bring her extensive experience in community outreach to this project.” Dr. Williamson is an assistant professor of biological science at NKU. She is a neuroimmunologist who studies ways the brain and the immune system interact. She uses rodent models to research the effects of inﬂammation on learning and memory, and she is especially interested in the eﬀects of early-life inﬂammation on brain function in adults. NKU CINSAM is hosting STEM education See SCHOOL NEWS, Page 5B
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NKU’s MPA students award $4,000 to local mural project Northern Kentucky University students awarded $4,000 to a Newport mural project. Students from NKU worked with the Westside Citizens Coalition in Newport to develop ideas for “creative placemaking” projects. The projects were presented at the First Baptist Church, with residents selecting one of the murals for the $4,000 grant. The mural will be installed on Galaxie’s Skateshop’s new building at 121 West 10th Street. The students developed these projects in their Planning and Community Development class, which is part of NKU’s Master of Public Administration (MPA) program. Creative placemaking uses arts and cultural activities to shape the physical and social character of a neighborhood, city or region—according to the National Endowment for the Arts. The process typically involves various partners from the government, nonproﬁt and private sectors. “Working with the NKU MPA program allowed us as a neighborhood not only to identify possible community projects but also to create a path that will bring us together in making those projects become a reality,” said Josh Tuning, executive director of ReNewport. “We were able to share our neighborhood for a learning experience with students and, in return, they were able to teach us and expand our vision of our neighborhood.” The Planning and Community Development class is one of 18 courses this se-
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THINGS TO DO IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
THURSDAY, JULY 11 Concerts & Tour Dates Alex Di Leo + Cody Lovaas 8 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport. Alex Williams 8 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com. Summer Music on the Levee 7-10 p.m., Newport on the Levee, 1 Levee Way, Newport. Free. July 11: Clyde Brown Band, July 18: Zack Attack.
Education Open Studio 6:30-7:30 p.m., Boone County Main Library, 1786 Burlington Pike, Burlington.
Festivals Bacon, Bourbon and Brew Festival Festival Park on the Levee, 1 Levee Way, Newport. Free. Runs July 11-14.
Food & Wine Summer Dinner Theatre: Church Girls, The Musical Northern Kentucky University Fine Arts Center, Stauss Hall, 1 Nunn Drive, Highland Heights. $40. Ticket must be purchased at least 2 days in advance. Includes play and buffet dinner. Runs July 5-21. nku.edu.
FRIDAY, JULY 12 Concerts & Tour Dates Black Cat Rebellion, Tiger Sex, Vice Tricks, The Pistol Mystics, Governess, Patsy, Tommy Grit & The Pricks 8 p.m., The Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. Junior Brown 9 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com. Thames 8 p.m., Thompson House, 24 East 3rd St., Newport. The Ultimate Elvis Show 7:30 p.m., York Street Cafe, 738 York St., Newport. eventbrite.com.
Festivals Paradise Music & Beer Festival Braxton Brewing, 27 W. 7th St., Covington. Free general admission. VIP $50-$100. Ages 21-up. Runs July 12-13. paradisefest.com.
Food & Wine
Nightlife & Singles 2nd Saturday Concert Series presents The Belairs 7-10 p.m., Thomas J Wiethorn Beach Park, 100 Ward Ave., Bellevue. Free. Amy Sailor 9 p.m., Jerzee’s Pub and Grub, 708 Monmouth St., Newport. Newport Gangsters Tour 5 p.m., Gangsters Dueling Piano Bar, 18 E 5th St., Newport. $25. Runs Saturdays March 2-Oct. 26. RubyGreen Sami Riggs 7:30 p.m., Seven Wells Winery, 1223 Siry Road, California.
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Xtra Innings Baseball Club Tryouts 7U - 18U RiverShore Sports Complex, 7842 River Road, Hebron. $20 per tryout participant if not currently playing for an XI team. xibaseball.com.
Between The Buried And Me 7 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport. Mockery, Maxwell Hedron, Abby Vice 9 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com.
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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Quaker State 400 7:30 p.m., Kentucky Speedway, 1 Kentucky Speedway Blvd., Sparta.
Bella Reunion 9 p.m., 120 E 3rd St, Newport. eventbrite.com.
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Cincinnati Noir 10 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com. Amy Sailor 8:30 p.m., The Beer Sellar, 301 Riverboat Row, Newport. Saving Stimpy 9:30 p.m., Peecox Bar & Grill, 635 Donaldson, Erlanger.
Concerts & Tour Dates Concert at the Library: Boutique 2-3 p.m., Scheben Branch Library, 8899 U.S. 42, Union. Harriet Brown 9 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport.
Food & Wine National Mac & Cheese Day Keystone Bar and Grill Covington, 313 Greenup St., Covington.
Nightlife & Singles
SUNDAY, JULY 21 Neighborhood
MONDAY, JULY 15
Burlington Antique Show 6 a.m.-3 p.m., Boone County Fairgrounds, 5819 Idlewild Road, Burlington. $6 early bird, $4, free ages 12-under. burlingtonantiqueshow.com.
Fundraising & Charity
MONDAY, JULY 22
Pappy Van Winkle Raffle noon-11:30 p.m., Florence Christian Church, 300 Main St., Florence. $100 per ticket. Proceeds will be used for renovations to expand the Shower Ministry of Florence Christian Church, a public shower and laundry for unsheltered, homeless, and under-served neighbors.
Health & Wellness
Concerts & Tour Dates Amigo The Devil 8 p.m., Madison Live, 734 Madison Ave., Covington. ticketmaster.com.
TUESDAY, JULY 23
Line Dance Class 4-5 p.m., Elsmere Senior Center, 179 Dell St., Erlanger. Senior Strength Class 10-11 a.m., Elsmere Senior Center, 179 Dell St., Erlanger.
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Health & Wellness
TUESDAY, JULY 16
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24
Overeaters Anonymous 7:15-8:15 p.m., St. Elizabeth Hospital, 85 N. Grand Ave., Fort Thomas. Free.
Business & Networking
Concerts & Tour Dates
Free Lunch and Learn: How to Increase the Cash Flow in Your Business Worksh 11:30 a.m., Newport Branch Library, 901 East 6th St., Newport. eventbrite.com.
The Catching 7:30 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport.
Dinner Theater: All Shook Up 6:30 p.m., Olde Star Mall Theatre, 1418 N Main St., Williamstown. $29-$39. reverbnation.com/venue/506330.
Nightlife & Singles Amy Sailor 9 p.m., Jerzee’s Pub and Grub, 708 Monmouth St., Newport. Breaking Bad Trivia Keystone Bar and Grill Covington, 313 Greenup St., Covington.
Sports NASCAR Xfinity Series: Alsco 300 7:30 p.m., Kentucky Speedway, 1 Kentucky Speedway Blvd., Sparta.
SATURDAY, JULY 13 Concerts & Tour Dates Charles Wesley Godwin, Rhyan Sinclair 9:30 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com. Kentucky Symphony Orchestra: Girls Just Want to Have Fun 7:30 p.m., Devou Park, 1201 Park Drive, Covington. Free. facebook.com/nkymf.
Festivals Sun Valley Bluegrass Festival 4-11 p.m., AJ Jolly Lake, 1565 Race Track Road, Alexandria. $5, free ages 12under. 859-547-3681.
Food & Wine Covington Farmers Market 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 124 East 3rd St., Covington.
Fundraising & Charity Braves Blitz 8 a.m., Grant County Fairgrounds, 115 Baton Rouge, Williamstown. eventbrite.com.
Kids & Family Bellevue Car Show 4-7 p.m., Thomas J Wiethorn Beach Park, 100 Ward Ave., Bellevue. Free.
Neighborhood East Row Yard Sale 9 a.m.-3 p.m., East Row Historic District, Newport.
Concerts & Tour Dates John Paul White 8 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com.
Health & Wellness Overeaters Anonymous 7-8 p.m., St. Elizabeth Hospital, 85 N. Grand Ave. FL A, Fort Thomas. Free.
THURSDAY, JULY 18 Concerts & Tour Dates
Emily Wolfe 7 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com.
Education Raising Monarch Butterflies 10 a.m. or 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service, 3500 Alexandria Pike, Newport. Want to help the Monarch population? Learn how to raise caterpillars and release the adult butterflies. Register for one class only 859572-2600 or online at campbell.ca.uky.edu.
Festivals City of Union Summer Food Truck Hot Spot Series 5:30-8:30 p.m., Union Park, 10165 Old Union Road, Union. Free. facebook.com/CincyHotSpot.
Peaceful Sorrow 8 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport. Tennessee Jet 8 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com.
Nightlife & Singles RubyGreen Sami Riggs 6 p.m., Lucky Duck Pub, 5036 Old Taylor Mill Road, Taylor Mill.
FRIDAY, JULY 19 Concerts & Tour Dates Light The Torch 7 p.m., Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd St., Newport.
Sports Evansville Otters vs Florence Freedom 7:05 p.m. Friday, 6:05 p.m. Saturday, 5:35 p.m. Sunday, UC Health Stadium, 7950 Freedom Way, Florence.
SATURDAY, JULY 20 Concerts & Tour Dates An Evening To Celebrate the Life of Paul Stewart 7:30 p.m., Southgate House Revival, 111 E. Sixth St., Newport. southgatehouse.com.
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Give Where You Live NKY awards second ‘Speed Philanthropy’ grant On Thursday, June 20, more than 50 strangers and friends alike joined together to give $6,000 to a local charity in a process that took less than an hour. The Gateway Community & Technical College Foundation was the recipient of the second Give Where You Live NKY grant. “For every $100 gift coming through Give Where You Live NKY, we are able to make a substantial impact in the lives of children whose parents are students at Gateway Community and Technical College,” said Donor Relations Coordinator Toni Bloom Mueller. “Imagine that gift of $100 being multiplied by so many more Give Where You Live NKY members. This meeting’s $6,000 gift will ensure that these children will receive the highest quality care through our partnership with Children, Inc.” Give Where You Live NKY is a joint initiative presented by Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and Mueller Financial, Inc., and its format lends itself to busy community members who are looking for an easy way to give back to nonproﬁts that serve Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties. The giving circle runs on a tight schedule at each meeting. Participating members nominate a nonproﬁt of their choice, and three names are randomly selected and brieﬂy discussed by the group. The members then vote on their favorite of the three organizations, and each member contributes $100 for the grant to the winning organization. All takes place in under an hour, just four times per year. “Building on the excitement from our successful round one event, we are very excited to see another wonderful nonproﬁt like Gateway Community Foundation awarded the $6,000,” said Mueller Financial Partner Woody Mueller. “We look forward to seeing the impact these funds will make in our local community.” The remaining 2019 Give Where You Live NKY meetings will take place on: ❚ Thursday, Sept. 19 from 6-7 p.m. at Newport on the Levee ❚ Thursday, Dec. 12 from 6-7 p.m. at BLDG in Covington The format of Give Where You Live NKY also provides a way to connect funds to nonproﬁts without the need for nonproﬁts to expend ﬁnancial resources and staﬀ time on fundraising. Scheben Care Center Executive Director Lisa West chose to use her organization’s Give Where You Live NKY ﬁrst quarter grant to build an ADA compliant walking path for the clients she serves who live with varying mobility capabilities. The community can get involved by reaching out to Woody Mueller at email@example.com or 859-992-4153, or by visiting www.nkygives.org. Tess Brown, Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky
REA L ESTATE TRASNFERS Alexandria 113 Windsor Court: Terri and Daniel Fryer II to Ramona and Edward Lee; $250,000 21 Pete Nieser Way: Rhonda and David Shepard to CDS, LLC; $335,000 27 Terrace Drive: Larry Bowling to Tiffany and Kyle Harden; $140,000 613 Talus Way: Brie and Bret VanPelt to Jennifer and Jonathan Elswick; $352,500 7909 Caledonia Court: The Drees Company to Michael Muzza; $308,000 8 Oakwood Lane: Leslie and Eric Life to Ashley Bradley and Brian Weckbach; $153,000
Bellevue 346 O'Fallon Ave.: Nicole Herron and Matthew McClananhan to Clay Stevens; $120,000 474 Washington Ave.: Tina Smith to Paige Smith and Kristopher Bock; $175,000 904 Taylor Ave.: Mallory and Brian Muddiman to Colleen Hodges; $242,000
California 3657 Dead Timber Road: Fifth Third Bank to Rebecca and Jerrod Callis; $900,000
Cold Spring 413 Ivy Ridge Drive: Karen Steffen to David Scheibly; $137,000 5810 Granite Spring Drive: Tammy and Joseph Hoskins to Julia and Jeffrey McClean; $394,000 6 Raymond Ave.: Deborah McAtee and Ronald Bowlin to Sviatlana and Stephen Haubner; $277,500 805 Monterey Lane, unit 15-302: Daniel Eglseder to Susan Flaig; $196,500
Dayton 306 5th Ave.: David McIntosh II to Jacob Wells and Nathan Kroeger; $100,000 309 3rd Ave.: Connie Vawter to Brenda Perry; $85,000
Fort Thomas 129 Riverpointe Parkway: Mary and Roger Peterman to Elizabeth and Bradley Younger; $650,000 21 Linden Court: Denise Gangwish to Megan and Daniel Martin; $270,000
24 Klainecrest Ave.: Minette and Douglas Staab to Iona Muir and John Klein; $370,000 27 Edwards Court: Deneen Wolber, Dawn and Delford Day to Carlee and Jacob Nickols; $210,000 409 Keeneland Drive: Ted Borman to Richard Dube Revocable Trust; $148,500 41 Dale Ave.: The Esatate of Anna M. Schalk to Benjamin Williams; $173,000 49 Casagrande St.: Jennifer and Benjamin Hartig to Zin Win and Robert Rossi; $532,500 9 Glenway Ave.: Karen and J. Paul Allen to Catherine Galbreath; $300,000
Highland Heights 1904 Taylor Ave.: Marlene Hipple to Jason Kremer; $90,000 290 Sunset Drive: Whitney Dixon and Jeremiah Kohley to Johnathan Hall; $101,000 5 Highland Meadows Drive, unit 12: Eileen and Lawrence Herbst to Torlin Oehlin; $100,000
Newport 1022 Boone St.: Patricia Berberich to Stephanie and Michael Tapia; $91,000 1108 Vine St.: Sally and David Carroll to Rachel and Kevin Knopf; $390,000 519 Lexington Ave.: Katherine and Jeffrey Hillman to Jenna Brooks and Bradley Franz; $174,500 824 Saratoga St.: Bob R Properties, LLC to Bridget and Mark Guest; $80,000 833 Isabella St.: Bellevue Land, LLC to Tiffany Kessen and Josefina Wilson; $190,000 917 Saratoga St.: Jill and Robert Steller to Lisa Smith; $84,500
Southgate 14 Woodland Hills Drive, unit 12: Christina and Derrick King to SRIKONFORT KY, LLC; $74,000 28 Woodland Hills Drive, unit 11: Catherine Leonard to Gary Rapp; $62,000
Wilder 19 Observatory Pointe Drive: Rae and Jorge Elizagaray to Laura Baas; $260,000 509 Telescope View, unit 102: Stephanie and Jason Dietz to Emily and Adam Craun; $98,000
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Burlington, KY: Curley Ct, 2 BR Duplex, 2 full BA, gar, laundry rm, security system $800 + dep & credit check req. No dogs. 859-694-1672
Cincinnati Low Income, Section 8 Apartments. Affordable Housing, Rent Based on Income. 2-3BR. Call 513-929-2402. Ebcon Inc. Mgt. Equal Opportunity Housing
FT. THOMAS. 1 & 2 BDRM APTS & 1 BDRM TOWNHOMES 859-441-3158
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SIMON KENTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969 50 YEAR REUNION Join us for food, cash bar, dancing and catching up with high school friends. When: Friday, September 6, 2019 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Receptions Event Center South 1379 Donaldson Hwy Erlanger KY 41018 Cost: $40 per person Please RSVP By August 1, 2019
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or familial status or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newpaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. Kentucky Commission on Human Rights 800-292-5566 H.O.M.E. (Housing Opportunities Made Equal) 513-721-4663
MT. LOOKOUT 1 & 2 BDRM Grandin Bridge Apartments 513-871-6419
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Whirlpool front loader washer, 3 mos old, $500. Kenmore electric dryer w/ a pedestal $200. Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerator, 25 cu. ft., black, $200. Call (859)384-9785
6 oak double press back dining chairs (2 are arm chairs) - Great condition! $210/all - 859-547-2493
Yamaha Piano, Cherry, with bench and music incl. $2,500 for all (excellent cond.); Recliner - $100; Chair (roll back - upholstered) $50; Noritake china (Lorene) - 112 pieces - Worth over $2,000 - Sell for $600 Beautiful, great gift! Call 859-341-0246
Red Kent MonarchTricycle with owners manual, pump, helmet, locking combination chain & oil. Paid $350, Asking $200. Call Walter 615-788-7229
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Special Notices-Clas HARRIS DIATOMACEOUS EARTH FOOD GRADE 100% OMRI Listed-For Organic Use. Available: Hardware Stores, The Home Depot, homedepot.com
For Sale: Complete food trailer for sale, completely inspected. Fully operational,serving ice cream, fries, burgers, tacos,hot dogs & drinks. Looks like old Western covered wagon.Sold over $60,000 worth of food and drinks last year. Owner retiring. Unit located in Northern KY 859-384-6297
BEAUTY/NAIL SALON ONGOING BUSINESS, Fully Equipped, N.KY Upscale Area. Richwood KY. For Lease. 859-760-0441
Assorted Ft. Thomas: 2 BR. 2nd floor. Great porch. Wooded quiet street. Wonderful building! Ref., $750/mo. 36 mo. lease. 615-824-6930
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Covington - SEM Manor Rent Subsidized Senior Apts. 62 & older Studio & One Bedroom apts. Onsite Laundry, Secured Building, Pet friendly, Call 859-291-9047 or TTY 800-750-0750
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Earl Wills c/o Bud Wills 15104 Madison Pike Morning View, KY 41063 Clifton-Upscale 6BR with 6 lofts. Newer home, 6 car garage, 0.2 mi from campus. accomodates up to 11 people. $6000/mo. 513-869-1248
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HARDWARE STORE MANAGER WANTED Bishops hardware in Bethel Ideal candidate will have both hardware and retail experience but will consider retail only experience. Old School work ethic a plus. Responsibilities include ordering, supervising 8-10 employees, and actively assisting customers. Benefits include vacation, holiday pay, retirement plan, and employee discount. Call 513-582-6912
TRI-STATE LAND CO. Walton, KY (859) 485-1330
This home is individually listed on the National Historic Register #51 known as the August Sauer House.
Krauss-Maffei Corporation Seeks a “Field Service Engineer” . Employer is a leader in injection molding machinery, reaction process machinery and automation. Headquarters: Florence, KY. FSE may work from home, not necessarily close to the headquarters. BS in Electrical Engineering. FSE normally visits customers at various locations on short notice travel to meet real time needs throughout US and Canada. Employer will pay for all travel related expenses. Send resume via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Field Service Engineer” in subject line. E.O.E.
4 acre Falmouth. Mostly wooded, open building site near the road, half mile off of Hwy 27, city water. $36,900, $2000 Down.
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BUYING 35mm Photo Slides primarily railroad & transportation related 1940’s - 1970’s *Comic Books 1940’s - present* 1920’s -1950’s Dectective & Pin-up Pulp Magazines 513-325-4913 BUYING-RECORD ALBUMS & CDs, METAL, JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK, RAP, INDIE, R&B & REGGAE. 513-683-6985 CASH FOR RECORDS Private collector buying 45’s & LP’s Up to $10 per record, small & large collections. Roger 513-575-2718 /513-6806633 I can come to you! $$$ PAID for LPs, CDs, CASSETTES -ROCK, BLUES, INDIE, METAL, JAZZ, ETC + VINTAGE STEREO EQUIP, DVDs & MEMORABILIA. 50 YRS COMBINED BUYING EXPERIENCE! WE CAN COME TO YOU! 513-591-0123
WAR RELICS US, German, Japanese Uniforms, Helmets, Guns, Swords, Medals Etc, Paying Top Dollar Call 513-309-1347 Yard and Outdoor TREES - White Pine and Norway Spruce, 1 gal ($9); 3 gal ($15); 5 gal ($25) . (513)201-7593
Adopt Me BURLINGTON ANTIQUE SHOW Boone County Fairgrounds Burlington, KY Sunday, July 21 -----------8am-3pm $4.00/Adult Early Buying 6am-8am $6/Adult Rain or Shine 513-922-6847 burlingtonantiqueshow.com
Pets find a new friend... Dachshunds, Pekingese, Beagles, Shihpoos, Yorkies, Morkies, and Poodles. Shots, Dewormed & Vet Checked. Blanchester, OH. 937-725-9641
BORDER COLLIE AKC, 8 wks, family raised, sweet, smart, beautiful! $500. 502-857-1500 or email: email@example.com
English & French Bulldog Puppies. AKC reg., males & females. 1 year health guarantee, vet checked. www.trulocksredgables.com or 1-270-678-7943 or 270-427-6364
German Shepherds AKC black and fawn born April 1st Avail now 1st shots and has certificates, $600 859-957-9855 Goldendoodle, black M, Vet checked & dewormed, $700 937-510-2863 rosesgoldendoodles.com Golden Doodle pup, 1 F, 15 wks. Vet checked, calm. Ready now! 859-816-8533 companionbreeders.blogspot .com Goldendoodle, shots & wormer up to date, ready to go. $300 each 502-514-2388 Pug Puppy - Black Male 4 months - UTD shots & de-worming - AKC Reg. $500 - Call 513-305-5528 Puppies, Bernese Mountain Dog, 1 male 2 females, $1200.00, 8wks, Black Brown white, Excellent temp AKC registered Ready for their furever homes! Up to date w shots & worming Dew claws removed These Beautiful babies have been home raised & socialized w kids & other pets (513)320-6262 firstname.lastname@example.org Puppies, German Shepherd, Black/tan, family pets FIRE CRACKER DEALS ON PUPPIES. $$ off for limited time (419)629-3830 ohiohgs@gma il.com
Rides best deal for you... Buying All Vehicles Not Just Junk up $3000 Fair cash price, quick pickup. 513-662-4955 CASH for junk cars, trucks & vans. Free pick up. Call Jim or Roy anytime 859-866-2909 or 859-991-5176 We buy junk cars and trucks - CASH on the spot û†û 513-720-7982 û†û
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1 BUYER of OLD CARS CLASSIC, ANTIQUE ’30-40-50-60-70s, Running or not. 513-403-7386 Chevrolet 1982 Corvette, Coupe, 2 dr., Automatic, very Good cond., Gray ext., Red i n t . , VIN#1G1AY8781C5122938, 08 Cylinders, 2WD, A/C: Front, Anti-Lock Brakes, Bucket Seats, Cassette Radio, Cruise Control, Leather Interior, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Windows, Sunroof, Tinted Glass, 1982 Classic Corvette For Sale by Estate. Gray with red interior, 14,034 miles. Appraised by professional appraisal company for $18,680.00. Written appraisal available and comes with car.Taking offers., $16,5000. David Stewart (513)478-5687
2016 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, 6,800 miles, air ride, black, GPS, $15,000. 513-633-6537 2016 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, 6,800 miles, air ride, black, GPS, $15,000. 513-633-6537
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Nissan 2006 Quest Minivan 3.5 SEL V6. 66K mi. Exc Cond., 859-525-6363
Schneider’s Auction Service is proud to offer this wonderful collection of tools, vehicles, tractors trailers and more at public auction! Offering a wide variety of hand tools, lathe, power tools, Farm items, Trucks, Tractors, Implements, Mowers, ditch witch, lumber, steel and more! Auction is Court Ordered to settle the estate of John C. Wood. Preview for trucks and tractors will be the morning of the sale July 20th beginning at 8:00am
Auction Begins at 10:00 am July 2oth 2019 Call TODAY for all the auction details! (859) 360-2314 More items than we can list! International Harvester 766 - 5,819 +/- Hours, Farmall Super A – last ran in 2004, International 574 – 4,192 +/- Hours, Massey Ferguson 35 – 2,290 +/- Hours - Need Battery, International 464 – 1,227 +/Hours – May need Carburetor, not running, Kubota ZD326s – Runs – Needs Battery, Kubota B2910 -Runs, John Deere 450c – Runs– Needs Battery, Ditch Witch 30, 2001 Lincoln Continental, 1996 Toyota Pickup Ditch Witch 2300, 1972 Ford F100 , 1989 Chevy 2500, Ambusher 5’ Bushhog, Grapple Bucket, Harley Rake, Post Hole Diggers, Skid Steer Forks, Air Compressors, Bush hog 3008, Rotavator 374 6’, Hay wagons,Gravity Beds, Head Gates, Massey Ferguson Square Bailer, Trailers, Lifts, Finish mowers, Plows, Rakes, Tedders and Conditioners, And Hay equipment, Lincoln Welder, Tire Changer,New Holland 451 Cycle Bar, Disc mower, Bush hogs – 6’, Vermeer Round bailer, Log splitters, Chain saw, Hand tools, Pallets of electrical supplies, Residential and Commercial electrical parts and supplies, Lathe, Band saw, sand blaster, saws presses and more tools!, Lumber, steel and building supplies!, Too Many Item to List Them ALL Auction Pickup: Bring your trucks, trailers, tie downs and help to load your items! All items to be removed day of sale! Payment: All payments to be processed day of sale. 3% credit card fee. Cash and Check accepted. Payment MUST be made in full day of sale!
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Chrysler 2005 Town & Country Touring Minivan. 100K mi. Exc. cond., Call 859-525-6363
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FAQ: Auction to be held onsite - 11390 Banklick Rd. Walton Ky 41094. Per seller request, all bidders must be onsite! - Online, Absentee and Phone bidders will NOT be accepted. Sold “As is, Where is” with all faults. 10% Buyers Premium to be added to bid price to create final sale price.
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Garage Sales neighborly deals... 3788 Dead Timber Rd, CAL, KY 41007 - Estate Sale - July 12-14, mostly antiques, beds, dressers, lamp stands, and other household items
Alexandria KY Estate Sale 44 Sunset Dr. Alexandria KY 7/13 & 7/14 Sat-10-5 #’s @ 9:45 Sun-1-5 Contents of wonderful old estate dating back to the 1800s. We have marble top pieces of furniture, cherry drop leaf tables, corner cupboards, large hutch, corner shelf, double door knock down wardrobe, knock down wardrobe converted to a gun cabinet, antique desks, rockers, recliner, couch, lift chair, display cabinets, buggy seat coffee table, hutch, misc. chairs & tables, round oak table, cedar chest, sleigh bed, glass front bookcase, empire chest of drawers, 1840’s empire loveseat, grandfather clock, Weller, signed Rookwood & Roseville pottery, Sterling, advertising pieces, tobacco cutter, clocks, linens, featherweight sewing machine, crocs, quilts, books, marbles, costume jewelry, old bottles, glassware, DVDs, kitchen items, riding mower with cart, signed prints, old hats, vtg horses & doll house, too much to list all priced to sell! Info & pics – HSESTATESALES.com or 859-468-9468. Dir- US 27 - Sunset Dr
Saturday, 7/13 - 8am-3pm 37 Warren Ct - Fort Thomas Couch, rocking chairs, 2 kitchen table sets, full-size bedroom set, mahogany dining room table & chairs, Iron-rite ironer, plenty of misc. household items Call 859-466-3590
Sycamore Township OH Estate Sale 8476 Deerway Dr Cincinnati OH 7/14 SUNDAY ONLY 9-2 #’s @ 8:45 Contents of home, basement & garage. Old spinning wheel, rocking chairs, dining room table, hutch, Baldwin organ, coffee & end tables, cedar chest, vtg porcelain top table, couch, paintings, vtg metal hamper, vintage hats & purses, foreign dolls, perfume collection, china records, sewing boxes, old patterns & material, singer sewing machine, old fan, lamps, movie projector, electronics, old typewriter, linens, old bike, ladder, some tools, patio glider, records, old stereo viewer, China, glassware. Too much to list – all priced to sell! Info & pics - HSESTATESALES.com or 859-992-0212. Dir - Kenwood Road – Kugler Mill Road – Deerway Drive.
WANTED ARTISTS & CRAFTERS Sharonville Kiwanis Arts & Craft Show. Sharonville Community Center. Sun Sept 29. 513-563-1738 email: email@example.com
Garage Sales Cincinnati Estate Sale by CT of Tri-County. Fri. July 12 9am-12 Noon & Sat. July 13, 9am-2pm 11572 Norbourne Dr. 45240 Washer & Dryer, Refrigerator & Freezers, Yard Tools, Garage Tools, Lawn Mower & Snow Blower, Dressers, Kitchen Items, Home Decor & Collectibles, Patio Furniture & Items, Fountains, & More!
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Mazda 1999 B2500. 5spd. New fuel & water pump, brakes, runs good! 138k miles. $1500 859-866-2996
15 Fieldstone Ct. - Florence July 12-13 from 8a-3p Tools, toys, inside/outside furniture, w/d, Hoosier hutch, Cub Cadet riding mower, and much more! 204 North Colony Drive ~ Edgewood ~ Fri., 7/12 & Sat., 7/13 - 9a-4p Lots of school supplies!
Crestview Hills Community Garage Sale!! Saturday, 7/13 - 8am-2pm Multiple Families Participating!! 2830 Fraternity Court College Park Subdivision, across from Thomas More University.
¸MOVING SALE˝ 1250 Mesa Dr. - Erlanger July 12-13 from 8a-3p Clothing, household items, decor, and much more!
Edgewood, KY: 3068 Arbor Dr., Fri & Sat, 8am-2pm. Jewelry, pictures, cookbooks, tapes, lamps, dishes, household, knick knacks. Garage is full! Come find some treasures! Edgewood, KY: Yard Sale! Sat. 8a-12p, 788 Kingston Dr. Misses clothing, toys, furniture, home decor. ERLANGER MOVING SALE 3451 Misty Creek Dr. Sat., July 13 from 9am-2pm Florence, 8635 Heritage Dr., Fri: 8-3, Sat: 8-3, Household items, furniture, clothes, games, kids toys, many great items. July 12,13. , Dir: Pleasant Valley to Boone Valley to Heritage Dr. Florence, Multi Family Sale! 7492 Harvesthome Dr. Fri. & Sat. 8:30am-3pm Table & chairs, Lawn mowerlots of womens & kids clothes, & much more. GLENDALE COMMUNITY LIBRARY YARD SALE 7/13, 8am-2pm, 205 E Sharon Rd (at the corner of Willow Ave) household goods, furniture, toys, tools, building materials, antiques, books & tons more. All Sales benefit the Library Always interesting bargains... Come and See! (In the Scout House & Yard)
Hebron: Moving Sale! 1650 Grandview Dr. Parlor Grove Estates Sat. July 13th, 8am-4pm Furniture, household items & lots of misc. LARGE BACKYARD SALE! 129 Dudley Rd - Edgewood Saturday, 7/13 - 9am-2pm Everything priced to sell! Cleaning house and garage! Items include: tools, electronics, patio furniture, camping equipment, records, tapes, household items, etc.!
Liberty Township Multi Family Sale! Fri July 12 & Sat July 13, 9a - 1p. Trails of Four Bridges.
MOVING SALE - Burlington 2776 Sunchase Blvd. July 12-13 from 9am-4pm Couch & chair, treadmill, oak table w/ chairs, white youth furniture, crib w/ mattress, complete full size bed set, 4-pc bedrom set, Christmas tree, sewing machine, housewares & misc. MOVING SALE Sat July 13, 7am-1pm, 6261 Sierra Trail, Burlington, KY 41005, furniture, household items, new items, everything priced to sell! Multi Family Garage Sale 2845 Campus Dr. Crestview Hills KY. July 13 & 14, 8a-4p
NOTICE City of Fort Thomas Design Review Board Public Hearing
QUARTER AUCTION Saturday, July 20th 6pm V.F.W. Hall Dayton, KY 859-491-3742
The Design Review Board of the City of Fort Thomas, Kentucky, will hold a public hearing at the City Building, 130 North Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky, on Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 6:00 P.M. for the following:
Public Hearing: A hearing to review a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) application for exterior building alterations for property located at 33 North Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Ashli Slawter, Applicant - B&A Enterprises of Fort Thomas, Owner. Public Hearing: A hearing to review a COA application for exterior building alterations for property located at 3 South Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Ken Warden, Applicant – Warden Properties LLC, Owner. Public Hearing: A hearing to review a COA Application for exterior building alterations for property located at 1118 South Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Lisa Kelly, Applicant/Owner.
RICHWOOD: HUGE COMMUNITY SALE Sutherland Subdivision Sutherland Dr., off Richwood Rd. Fri., 7/12 & Sat., 7/13, 8am-2pm
Public Hearing: A hearing to review a COA application for exterior building alterations for property located at 1107 South Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Katherine, William, and Mary Kinsella, Applicants/Owners.
Triple Crown Yard Sale 1011 Aristides Union, KY 41091 House goods, antiques, collectibles. Priced to sell! Fri. & Sat. 8am-3pm You Don’t Want to Miss This One!
The City of Fort Thomas will make every reasonable accommo¬dation to assist qualified disabled persons in obtaining access to available services or in attending City activities.
Villa Hills : Fri / Sat 7/12 & 7/13 - 8am-2pm 953 Collins Road LARGE MULTI-FAMILY! Household items, tools, vintage, wheeled luggage, fabric, "Southern Living at Home" items. Walton: 110 S. Fork Dr. Saturday, 9am-3pm ùû Five Family Sale ûù Furniture, Glassware, Shoes, Kids/Adult Clothes, Bedspreads & Curtains, Rugs, Lots of Misc.
If there is a need for the City to be aware of a specific disability, you are encouraged to contact the City of Ft. Thomas General Services Department at (859) 572-1210 so that suitable arrangements can be considered prior to the delivery of the service or the date of the meeting. City of Fort Thomas General Services Department (Publishing Date: 7/11/2019) CAM,Jul11’19#3668720
City of Newport, KY Notice of Public Hearing Municipal Road Aid Funds A public hearing will be held by the City of Newport, Kentucky, at the City Building, 998 Monmouth Street, 1st Floor Commission Chamber, in conjunction with the regular Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday, July 22, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of obtaining written or oral comments regarding the proposed use of Municipal Road Aid Program funds for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. The proposed use of these funds is for road improvements such as resurfacing, rehabilitation, or reconstruction and signalization for City streets. Funds will be used for reconstruction and maintenance of roads including expenses such as filling potholes as well as snow removal and treatment, street cleaning, line painting, and repair or replacement of sidewalks, curbs, gutters, lighting and signage when done in conjunction with a street reconstruction project. Municipal Road Aid Program Cash balance carried forward (estimate) $0 Anticipated receipts (including interest) $305,365.07 Total available for appropriation $26,043.42 Public Inspection: The City’s budget and proposed uses of Municipal Road Aid program funds are available for public inspection at City Hall during normal business hours. Any person who cannot submit written comments or attend the Public Hearing but wishes to submit comments (especially senior citizens and persons with disabilities) should call the City Clerk at 859-292-3668 by July 18, 2019 so that the City can make arrangements to secure such comments. Persons with disabilities wishing to attend the hearing should contact the City Clerk by the above date if special arrangements need to be made. –Amy Able, City Clerk. (CAM,July11,’19# 3668408 )
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Located at 105 BATON ROUGE ROAD WILLIAMSTOWM KY.41097 AT THE GRANT COUNTY CATTLEMAN BARN BEHIND THE EXTENSION OFFICE.TAKE I75 SOUTH TO WILLIAMSTOWN EXIT 156 GO LEFT TO STOP SIGN GO LEFT TO LEFT ON BATON ROUGE TO AUCTION ON RIGHT. WE HAVE BEEN CONTRACTED TO AUCTION THE 60 YEARS OF COLLECTION ANTIQUES, PRIMETIVES &COLLECTIBLES THIS IS A PARTIAL LISTING LOT AND LOTS MORE. LADDEN LAMPS CAST IRON MUFFIN PANS GRISWALD RED SKITTLES GRISWALD CORN STICK MUFFEN PAN COFFEE GRINDERS CROCKS SALT CELLARS MIS.OLD BUTCHER KNIFES ROUND OAK TABLE WITH CLAW FEET 4 WOODEN CHAIRS QUILTS HAND STITCH HAND CROCHETED BED SPREAD McCOY COOFEE JARS RED DEPRESSION GLASS WARE GLASS BUTCHER DISHES OI LAMPS COLLECTOR BOWLS SMALL DOLL BUGGY GOLD SILERWARE 12 PLACE SETTING MISC SIGNS HOT COFFEE LIGHT SIGN BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL VICES WOODEN TRUNK BYBEE POTTERY GRISWALD DAMPERS LINCOLN LOGS WHITE MOUNTIAN ICE GREAM FREEZERS WOODEN BUCKET WHITE ROTARY SEWING MACHINE COWHIDE RUGS TOBACCO JOBBER CORN PLANTER CHICKEN COOPPLATFORM SCALES TATER PLANTER GLAVANIZED WASH TUB WOODEN HANDLES BARN QUIT SIGN FRAMED MULE PICTURES OIL CANS 5GAL.MILK CAN WAGON JACK 4000 WATT GAS GENERATOR CHINA CABINET OAK BUFFET NEW STYLE WHITE CEDAR CYLINDER CHURN MISC. ANTIQUE TOYS OIL CANS DEERING CAST IRON SET IMPLEMENT SETS OLD WRENCHES HAY HOOKS ICE PICHS BRASS SCALES WOODEN BENCH OLD WRENCHES Terms are cash or check with proper ID. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 6%SALES TAX CHARGE OR IF YOU ARE A DEALER BRING COPY OF TAX I.D. NUMBER
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City of Dayton, Kentucky Ordinance 2019# 13 The City of Dayton, Kentucky has adopted Ordinance 2019#13 the annual budget for Fiscal Year July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The ordinance may be viewed in full at: www.daytonky.com. CAM,July11’19# 3666011
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The following vehicles stored at Fenders Wrecker Service Inc.9 27 Park Ave. Newport, Ky. 41071, will be sold at public auction on July 27, 2019 to the highest bidder. Seller has right to bid. Forms of payment are, cash or credit card. No titles are guaranteed. 1997 CHEVROLET 1GNDT13W8VK148821 ROBERT DEATON 1995 JEEP 1J4FJ78S0SL654417 JASON MEEKS OHIO AUTO LOAN SERVICE 2008 CHEVROLET 2G1WB58N389274157 STEVEN QUAILEN 1998 BUICK 1G4HR52K6WH491118 AUSTIN TYLER FAUST 2005 SATURN 5GZDV03L95D242924 CHERYL LEAGUE AEX CREDIT SERVICES 2005 HYUNDAI KMHDN46D15U988180 KIMBERLY JOHNSON INTEGRITY FUNDING 2003 CHEVROLET 1G1NE52J83M741318 ASHLEY CULLUM 2008 HONDA JH2MC130X8K403856 AARON KOSIER 2001 TOYOTA 4T3ZF13C41U354747 FRANCESCA THOMAS 2003 CHEVROLET 1G1JC12F237106537 ROBERT STEWART 2001 PONTIAC 1G2NE52T91M523043 TORIA JOHNSON 3A AUTO 2004 CHEVROLET 1G1ZT548X4F152164 GERALD LANIER 2010 KIA KNAGG4A89A5374534 FLOYD NELSON KBS AUTO SALES 1999 DODGE 2B3HD56J3XH581702 VANESSA JOHNSON 2001 HYUNDAI KMHWF35V81A474218 JAMES STULL INTEGRITY FUNDING OHIO 2002 HYUNDAI KMHFU45EX2A231037 ANDREA GIRTON 2003 MERCEDES BENZ WDBRF40J63F402501 THOMAS E POWELL JR EAGLE FIN SERV 2002 JEEP 1J8GL58K52W179220 CHARLES A KIRTLEY 2004 CHRYSLER 1C3EL45X94N294943 JOSHUA FISHER 2005 CHRYSLER 2C4GP54LX5R370008 CLESTA HUGHES DENNIS SMITH AUTO SA 2008 HYUNDAI KMHDU46D78U517352 CHAD GAMBLE 2004 FORD 1FAFP58U8YA181421 ERYN J MCCULLEY 2007 CHRYSLER 1C3LC46K27N552920 KENNETH ALEXANDER 2005 CHEVROLET 1GNET16S756118389 DAVID LUCAS OR EVELYN LUCAS CAM,Jul11,18,25,’19 #3655588
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Campbell County Fiscal Court has filed an application with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environmental Cabinet Department for Environmental Protection Division of Water to allow the repair and stabilization of portions of Blangey Road in unincorporated Campbell County, Kentucky. Any comments or objections shall be directed to: Kentucky Division of Water, Floodplain Management Section, 300 Sower Blvd 3rd Floor, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. Phone: (502) 564-3410 Matt Elberfeld /s/ Date: July 8, 2019 County Administrator Published CAM,July11,18,’19# 3670987 Campbell County Recorder NOTICE OF HEARING Issuance of Bonds for industrial Building and Pollution Control Facilities for Cities and Counties KRS 103.200 — 103.285 City of Newport, Kentucky Industrial Revenue Bonds Series 2019 (World Peace Hospitality Project) Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Notice of Intent for Issuance of Bonds under KRS 103.200 — 103.285 (Industrial Building and Pollution Control Facilities for Cities and Counties), the City of Newport, Kentucky has requested the State Local Debt Officer to approve the financial plan whereby the City of Newport, Kentucky proposes to issue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $45,000,000.00. The proceeds will provide funding for a new mixed-used project in downtown Newport that includes a hotel and office building and related uses, along with structured parking. A hearing will be held in the Conference Room, Department for Local Government, 100 Airport Road, Frankfort, Kentucky on Monday, July 29, 2019 at 10:00 AM, (Prevailing Eastern Time) to consider whether or not the financial plan for the issuance of the Bonds should be approved. Petitioner, The City of Newport, Kentucky is responsible for the publication of this notice and for the information contained herein. Specific questions about the type of project should be directed to the petitioners. The purpose of this notice is to comply with KRS 103.2101 and KRS 424.130 by notifying the public that the petitioner intends to issue the Bonds At this hearing, any taxpayer may appear and will be given an opportunity to be heard. Sandra K. Dunahoo Commissioner and State Local Debt Officer Commonwealth of Kentucky CAM,July11,’19# 3661143
LEGAL NOTICE The Campbell County Fiscal Court at a special meeting of the Court on Friday, June 28, 2019, adopted the following ordinance upon the second reading. First reading of the ordinance, with title read and summary given took place on Wednesday May 15, 2019. CAMPBELL COUNTY FISCAL COURT ORDINANCE NO. O – 04– 19 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CAMPBELL COUNTY FISCAL COURT RELATING TO THE ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS OF CAMPBELL COUNTY, KENTUCKY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 (FY20) WHEREAS, the proposed budget of the Campbell County Fiscal Court was tentatively approved by the Fiscal Court on the 15th day of May 2019. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE FISCAL COURT OF CAMPBELL COUNTY, KENTUCKY: SECTION ONE The following budget is adopted for Fiscal Year 2020 and the amounts stated are appropriated for the purposes indicated:
02 - ROAD FUND 6100
2,289,320 78,672 2,621,000
TOTAL ROAD FUND
03 - JAIL FUND 5100
PROTECTION TO PERSONS & PROPERTY
PROTECTION TO PERSONS & PROPERTY
TOTAL JAIL FUND
37,510 257,504 1,245,155
04 - L.G.E.A FUND 6100
TOTAL - L.G.E.A FUND
07 - C.D.B.G FUND 5300
TOTAL - C.D.B.G FUND
14 - GOLF FUND 5400
RECREATION & CULTURE
TOTAL GOLF FUND
25 - HOUSING FUND 5300
TOTAL HOUSING FUND
75 - JAIL COMMISSARY FUND 5100
PRUTECTION TO PERSONS & PROPERTY
GENERAL HEALTH AND SANITATION
TOTAL JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
76 - DEV. ROAD ESCROW FUND 6100
TOTAL DEV ROAD ESCROW FUND
86 - SENIOR CITIZEN TAX FUND 5000
10,500 549,970 74,980
TOTAL SENIOR CITIZENS TAX FUND
87 - MENTAL HEALTH TAX FUND 5000
GENERAL HEALTH AND SANITATION
22,000 1,146,300 50,000
TOTAL MENTAL HEALTH TAX FUND
88 - PAYROLL TAX FUND 5000
190,000 4,805,087 85,000
TOTAL PAYROLL TAX FUND
SECTION TWO This Ordinance shall be published in the Campbell County Recorder by title and summary within thirty (30) days following adoption. SECTION THREE This Ordinance becomes effective upon passage and publication. Approved by the Campbell County Fiscal Court this 15th day of May 2019. By:
Campbell County Judge/Executive NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY All interested persons and organizations in Campbell County are hereby notified that a copy of the County’s adopted budget in full is available for public inspection at the Office of the County Judge/Executive during normal business hours. Date Submitted: May 15, 2019 County Judge/Executive Approved as to Form and Classification Date: June 12, 2019. State Local Finance Officer I certify that this budget, incorporating the changes, if any, as required by the State Local Finance Officer, has been read and duly adopted by the Campbell County Fiscal Court of Campbell County, Kentucky on this 28th day of June, 2019 County Judge/Executive Attests:
Fiscal Court Clerk
INVITATION TO BID Date: July 11, 2019 PROJECT: Roof Replacement and Preventative Maintenance Kenton and Campbell Counties, Kentucky SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT: Northern Kentucky Water District (Owner) 2835 Crescent Springs Road P.O. Box 18640 Erlanger, Kentucky 41018 UNTIL Date: July 30, 2019 Time: 1:00 PM (local time) At said place and time, and promptly thereafter, all Bids that have been duly received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The proposed Work is generally described as follows: Replacement of the roof at the Owner’s Carothers Road Pump Station, installation of a modified retrofit roof at the Licking River Chemical Building, replacement of the entrance canopy roof at the Central Facility, and miscellaneous preventative roof maintenance at the Central Facility and the Fort Thomas Treatment Plant located in Kenton and Campbell County, Kentucky. All Bids must be in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders and Contract Documents on file, and available for examination at: Northern Kentucky Water District (Owner), 2835 Crescent Springs Road, Erlanger, Kentucky 41018. Copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Water District’s office at the address indicated herein or by contacting Denise Manning at (859) 426-2718. There is no charge for these documents. A non-mandatory pre-bid conference will be held for prospective Bidders on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 beginning at 9:00 a.m. The pre-bid conference will begin at the Fort Thomas Treatment Plant Lab (700 Alexandria Pike, Fort Thomas, KY 41075) and continue to the Carothers Road Pump Station (2 16th Street, Newport, KY 41071 then the Licking River Chemical Building (200 Decoursey Pike, Covington, KY 41017), and end at the Central Facility (2835 Crescent Springs Road, Erlanger, KY 41018). On request 72 hours in advance, Owner will provide each Bidder access to the site to conduct such investigations and tests and each Bidder deems necessary for submission of a Bid. Arrangements for site visits shall be made by calling Adam Smith, Buildings,Grounds & Fleet Supervisor, with the Northern Kentucky Water District at (859) 426-2744. Bids will be received on a lump sum basis as described in the Contract Documents. Bid security, in the form of a certified check or a Bid Bond (insuring/bonding company shall be rated “A” by AM Best) in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the maximum total bid price, must accompany each Bid. The Successful Bidder will be required to furnish a Construction Payment Bond and a Construction Performance Bond (insuring/bonding company shall be rated “A” by AM Best) as security for the faithful performance of the contract and the payment of all bills and obligations arising from the performance of the Contract. Evaluation of Bids and the awarding of a final contract are subject to the reciprocal preference for Kentucky resident bidders pursuant to KRS 45A490 to 45A.494 and (KAR 200 5:400). Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, including without limitation the right to reject any or all nonconforming, nonresponsive, incomplete, unbalanced, or conditional Bids, to waive informalities, and to reject the Bid of any Bidder if Owner believes that it would not be in the best interest of Owner to make an award to that Bidder. Owner also reserves the right to negotiate with the apparent successful Bidder to such an extent as may be determined by Owner. Minority Bidders are encouraged to bid. Bids shall remain subject to acceptance for 60 days after the day of bid opening or for such longer period of time to which a Bidder may agree in writing upon request of the Owner. If a Contract is to be awarded, the Owner will give the successful Bidder a Notice of Award during the period of time during which the successful Bidder’s bid remains subject to acceptance. Amy Kramer, Vice President of Engineering, Production & Distribution Northern Kentucky Water District CAM,July11,’19#3666812
Public Hearing Notice To all interested citizens of Newport, Kentucky: The City of Newport intends to request approval from the Kentucky Department for Local Government (DLG) to expend program income received from Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs previously completed by the City. Prior to submission of the City’s request for use of these funds for Monmouth Street Streetscape improvements and expansion of funding for the central business district façade improvements program, the City will hold a public hearing to obtain the views of the public. This public hearing will be held at 6:30 pm EDT, July 22, 2019 in the first floor City Commission meeting room, Newport City Hall, 998 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky. The purpose of this hearing is to obtain views on housing and community development needs, review proposed activities and solicit public comments. Technical assistance is available to help groups representing low- and moderateincome persons in developing proposals. The following information concerning the CDBG program and the City’s CDBG program income is now available for public inspection during regular business hours at the customer service counter on the second floor of City Hall. A.Amount of funds available and range of activities that may be undertaken. B.Estimated amounts of funds proposed to be used for activities benefiting persons of low and moderate income. C.Plans for minimizing displacement of persons as a result of activities associated with CDBG funds and plans for providing assistance to those persons to be actually displaced as a result of CDBG-funded activities. D.Records regarding the past use of CDBG funds. E.A summary of other important program requirements. Comments on Application Beginning July 11, 2019, a copy of the material to be submitted to DLG by the City will be on file for citizen review and comment during regular business hours at the customer service counter, 2nd floor, City Hall, 998 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky. Written comments on the proposed use of CDBG program income may be submitted to the attention of Larisa Sims, Assistant City Manager, 998 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky 41071 until close of business on July 22, 2019. Discrimination Clause The City of Newport does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability, and provides, upon request, reasonable accommodation, including auxiliary aids and services, to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in all services, programs and activities. Any persons requiring special needs assistance to attend the public hearing should contact City Clerk Amy Able at 859-292-3666 at least five days prior to the hearing. The TDD number for the hearing impaired is 1-800648-6057. CAM,July11,’19# 3603201 CITY OF SOUTHGATE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The City of Southgate will hold a public hearing on Wednesday July 17, at 6:15 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 122 Electric Ave., Southgate, KY, to receive citizen comments regarding the possible uses of Municipal Road Aid funds for Fiscal year 2019-20. The City anticipates to receive approximately $75,000 from the Municipal Road Aid Fund. The current balance in Street fund is $67,466. The City proposes to spend Municipal Road Aid Funds for the general maintenance / repair of the City streets. All interested persons in the City of Southgate Road Aid are invited to submit oral or written comments regarding possible use of the MRA Funds. Any person(s) who cannot attend may submit written comments to 122 Electric Avenue, Southgate, KY 41071 or call the City Clerk at 4410075. You may also e-mail your comments to clerk@sou thgateky.org. CAM,Jul11,’19# 3671516
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