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Hit REFRESH or RELOAD for the latest updates | June 24, 2010
STREET SIGNS GONE
City begins taking down
'ineffective' street signs
Covington road crews have started to remove street signs such as "No Loud Noise" and "Children at Play."
Tremors from the epicenter near Ottawa
made their way to our area
The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake hit the Ontario-Quebec border region of Canada and registered a magnitude 5.5 on the Richter scale. It occurred at 1:41 pm.
It took about 6 minutes for the soft tremors to hit Covington.
Court: Sanders has
immunity as prosecutor
U.S. District Judge William Bertelsman ruled that Kenton Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders could not be sued because as a prosecutor he has immunity.
Rhythm and blues tonight
at Behringer-Crawford music series
10-piece rhythm and blues band, The Avenues, the with sounds from the 50s, 60s and 70s this coming Thursday, June 24, at the Behringer-Crawford
'Altared Cabaret' drag
show at Leapin Lizard
Every Thursday night. Doors open at 8pm with comedy/music pre-show, then The Hallelujah Revue at 11pm. No cover for those 21 and older. 18-20, it's $5. 726 Main St.
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Partly sunny. A chance of showers with a slight chance of thunderstorms this morning, then a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms early this afternoon.
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Erlanger in 1936
This is the spot on Dixie Highway in Erlanger where the train overpass is located today. No bridge back in 1936. Just a little depot to pick-up passengers, and definitely not a lot of car traffic!
Enlarged photo and more at
the Facebook Covington HISTORY page >
Relief greets Obama pick
for new war commander
America's Afghan and international allies embraced the choice of Gen. David Petraeus to run the war in Afghanistan, hoping the architect of the Iraq surge will seamlessly pursue the strategy laid down by his predecessor and smooth over divisions that led to his dismissal.
More at CovingtonUSA's NATIONAL HEADLINES page >
Covington buys Fifth Street building; liquor
license going to Carnegie
The city of Covington bought the Bottoms Up bar on Fifth Street and hopes to turn both the property and liquor license into something positive for the city.
So, what is
Covington's Kiki Magazine?
Pike Street-based Kiki Magazine brought home five awards in editorial and design categories from the Association of Educational Publishers award banquet earlier this month.
Covington company's documentary
Pete Rose's blessing
Any baseball fan knows Pete Rose, but a new generation of fans are losing sight of "Charlie Hustle," the nickname Rose earned as baseball's record-breaking, bowl-cut icon.
rescheduled for July 10th
After the event everyone gets a great lunch, a cool 2010 Ohio River t-shirt, and door prizes will also be awarded. Gloves and garbage bags will be supplied. For info, call 859-292-2323
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