Thursday, April 26, 2001

Kentucky News Briefs

Schools, tell us who your top students are

        The Enquirer would like to honor the Tristate's top students in the Class of 2001 by publishing the names and photographs of each high school's valedictorians and salutatorians.

        For schools that recognize top students in another way, we'd like to honor them as well by including their names and pictures in our round-up.

        Our list will include students from Northern Kentucky's public and private high schools.

        To do that, we need your help. We plan to publish the list in June. Please send the names and photographs of your valedictorians, salutatorians or other top students to Lori Hayes, Kentucky Enquirer, 226 Grandview Drive, Fort Mitchell, KY 41017, as soon as they have been identified. You can also e-mail the information to For information, call Lori at 578-5577 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., weekdays.

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State helps make riot recovery loans cheaper
Tarbell loses try to oust manager
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Commissioners balk at seat-license deal
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Child badly hurt in fire
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Lebanon cable ad vote raises objections
PULFER: Cancer event
Mold scare closes second room
Pioneers' way of life is recreated
Teacher concerns outlined
$3 fee to fix water system
Alarmed about drugs, schools involve parents
Execution set for May 15; killer's lawyers plan appeal
Faith prompts political exit
House GOP reconsiders electronic slot machines
Justin case now goes to Ky. Supreme Court
Miami U. joins with tribe in language study
Ohio rules county can ban smoking inside all public places
Sheriff probing letters to trustee
Slain man knew his killer, Newport police suspect
Typhoid traced to sex encounters
Woman's death tied to deal gone bad
- Kentucky News Briefs
Tristate A.M. Report