Highland Heights, Ky – The Brand New Pleasant Ridge Montessori School in the Cincinnati Public School System is the first public school in Ohio to achieve environmentally-friendly LEED certification. Steve Hirschberg toured the school with lead architect Charlie Jahnigen.
Wild Carrot and their Roots Band LIVE in Studio 89 8-18-08
Highland Heights, KY – This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own, Wild Carrot and their Roots Band, to Studio 89 where they plays a few songs from their diverse repertoire, and talk with John Patrick, broadcast on August 18, 2008. Find out more about Wild Carrot at www.wildcarrot.net.
"Highland Heights,Ky" – For decades "Fernald" has been synonymous with toxic waste. The U.S. Department of Energys' Office of Legacy Management is trying to change that. The Fernald Nature Preserve and Visitors Center is open to the public. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley talked to spokesperson Jane Powell about what's happening there.
By WNKU Simply Money with Nathan Bachrach and Ed Finke
WNKU Simply Money 8-14-08
Highland Heights, KY – This week it's a 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on July 3, 2008, and re-broadcast on August 14, 2008.
Highland Heights, Ky. – Nancy Jones is an MS sufferer who has chronicled her life in a one-womanpolay called "Above the 37th Parallel" that will be presented September 12 and 13 at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center. The title refers to the statistical oddity that there are more MS cases above the 37th parallel than below it.
Highland Heights, KY – The Highland Heights Police Department is covering ground more quickly and quietly than ever before with their new segway patrols. Segways are two-wheeled, battery powered vehicles that allow the rider to stand and control the motion by shifting his or her weight. Chief Carl Mullen says they're not only high profile, they save the department money on gas too. WNKU's Matt Kelley caught up with the chief for a demonstration.