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9:12 am
Fri January 10, 2003

Jeffrey Williams on Sport Utility Vehicles

Highland Heights, KY – America's love affair with the sport utility vehicle has recently been under attack by some highly publicized T-V ads in California. For commentator Jeffrey Williams, a recent encounter with an SUV has prompted some reflections of his own about the significance of that vehicle at this point in the nation's history.

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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2:06 pm
Tue January 7, 2003

Martin Giesbrecht on too much of a Good Thing

Highland Heights, KY – Enough already says Martin Giesbrecht. It seems we really can have too much of a good thing. And this may turn out to be a bigger problem than we imagined.

Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics 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
2:25 pm
Mon December 30, 2002

Cinergy Field Implosion

Cincinnati, OH – The former home of the Big Red Machine and the Cincinnati Bengals is no longer standing. WNKU's Jay Hanselman has a wrap-up on the Cinergy Field implosion.

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Opinion
1:30 pm
Fri December 27, 2002

Jeffrey Williams on using Language

Highland Heights, KY – As the year 2002 comes to a close, commentator Jeffrey Williams considers a few linguistic usages which he'd like to see die with the old year.

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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11:31 am
Thu December 26, 2002

Martin Giesbrecht on Economic Nature or Nuture

Highland Heights, KY – Is it nature, or is it nurture? Martin Giesbrecht finds that this question can be asked about economic development, as well as human development.

Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics 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
9:24 am
Thu December 26, 2002

Christmas Carol at the Playhouse in the Park

Cincinnati, OH – If you've not had a chance to catch "The Christmas Carol" you still have a week before it wraps up at the Playhouse in the Park. The Christmas classic continues to draw large audiences even though this is its 12th season playing at the theater. WNKU's Sara Wittmeyer has more...

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Local News
10:36 am
Thu December 19, 2002

Republican Steve Nunn announces for Governor

Highland Heights, KY – Kentucky State Representative Steve Nunn has officially announced his candidacy for governor. Listen to his announcement speech.

Local News
9:40 am
Thu December 19, 2002

Kentucky Budget Problems

Frankfort, KY – Like many states around the country, Kentucky is facing a budget crisis. Governor Paul Patton has already made a number of cuts and more could be on the way. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Courtney Kinney about the budget woes.

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10:09 am
Mon December 16, 2002

Jeffrey Williams on Kentucky Cigarette Tax

Highland Heights, KY – In states all across the country, declining tax revenues and resulting budget shortfalls have governors slashing expenditures to avoid deficits. Jeffrey Williams comments on the dilemma faced by Kentuckians in this fiscal crisis.

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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9:47 am
Fri December 13, 2002

Jeffrey Williams on Kentucky's cigarette tax

Highland Heights, KY – In states all across the country, declining tax revenues and resulting budget shortfalls have governors slashing expenditures to avoid deficits. Jeffrey Williams comments on the dilemma faced by Kentuckians in this fiscal crisis.

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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