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2:50 pm
Tue May 27, 2003

Odyssey of the Mind

Fort Mitchell, KY – Some students from Beechwood High school in Fort Mitchell will be in Iowa tomorrow, competing with others from around the country and around the world. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik tells us about the Odyssey of the Mind competition.

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11:14 am
Tue May 27, 2003

Martin Giesbrecht talks about inflation and deflation

Highland Heights, KY – Between having a car that won't go and one that won't stop, it's probably better to have one that won't go. Not being able to stop might kill us. Martin Giesbrecht says this is a metaphor for economic inflation and deflation:

Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.

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10:11 am
Fri May 23, 2003

Jeffrey Williams on Middle East Peace

Highland Heights, KY – The Bush Administration's current attempts to revive the Middle Eastern peace process has commentator Jeffrey Williams hoping for a diplomatic breakthrough, which could help the U.S. win the war on terrorism.

Jeffrey Williams is a history professor at Northern Kentucky University. His remarks reflect his personal opinions and are not necessarily those of Northern Kentucky University, its Board of Regents or WNKU.

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Local News
3:27 pm
Mon May 19, 2003

Bruce Lunsford drops out of Governor's race

Frankfort, KY – On Friday, Democrat Bruce Lunsford dropped out of the race for Kentucky Governor, giving his support to Jody Richards. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief, Courtney Kinney about what happens next

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10:19 am
Fri May 16, 2003

Pete Rightmire talks about gardening

Highland Hts, KY – After being cold and cooped up all winter long we all get excited to finally see the first signs of spring. By now most of us who have yards are well into what some call the joy of gardening, but while there are people who actually seem to like it, Pete Rightmire thinks gardening is no more than glorified yard work.

Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living in Edgewood, Kentucky.

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Local News
11:07 am
Thu May 15, 2003

Architect for new CAC excited for opening

Cincinnati, OH – The new Contemporary Arts Center is just a few weeks away from opening. Cincinnati Post reporter, Barry Horstman traveled to London recently to visit with the building's architect, Zaha Hadid. He told WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik, she's very excited it's almost done:

You can read Barry Horstman's complete story about Zaha Hadid in Tomorrow's (Saturday's)Post.

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Local News
9:48 am
Thu May 15, 2003

Cincinnatian writes first book

Cincinnati, OH – Steve Kissing grew up on the West side of Cincinnati. For the most part an average kid, except he thought he was being possessed by the devil. His first book RUNNING FROM THE DEVI, tells the story of these adolescent years. Kissing talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik. He says he couldn't help but write the book because he's entertained by the story and hopes others are too:

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11:58 am
Wed May 14, 2003

Martin Giesbrecht talks about fuel cells

Highland Hts, KY – The internal combustion engine with its reliance on petroleum and all the pollution it causes should be on its way out. It is after all a century old technology. Martin Giesbrecht wonders if the fuel cell can take its place

Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.

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10:38 am
Fri May 9, 2003

Jeffrey Williams says good news for Greater Cincinnati

Highland Hts, KY – After the long cold winter and the war in Iraq, there's some good news to celebrate, at least as far as commentator Jeffrey Wiliams is concerned

Jeffrey Williams is a History Professor at Northern Kentucky University

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Local News
4:36 pm
Mon May 5, 2003

Cincinnati Schools try for levy again

Cincinnati, OH – The Cincinnati schools are again asking voters to pass a 480 million dollar bond issue. It will help pay to renovate or re-build nearly every school in the district during the next ten years. A special election will be held tomorrow. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik Reports.

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