Mathematics-related artwork that children from Kenton County's gifted education program have created will be on display at the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington tonight and Wednesday night. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about the project with Jane Bush, who coordinates programming for gifted students in the county's elementary schools.
As deadly and destructive storms whipped through parts of the Midwest Friday, Piner, Kentucky was especially hard hit. By Sunday afternoon there were 20 confirmed fatalities in the state, four of those in Kenton County.
WNKU’s Cheri Lawson reports now the community’s focus is recovering from the physical and emotional damage .
The following information on how to seek and provide assistance in the aftermath of the March 2 storm has been compiled from various websites:
The Northern Kentucky University Student Government Association, Office of Student Life and Scripps Howard for Civic Engagement are collaborating to provide the university community with opportunities to help tornado victims in our region. Click here for more information.