By WNKU BusinessWise with Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney
WNKU BusinessWise 8-10-09
Highland Heights, KY – BusinessWise, with Ellie Moffat, Vice President, Portfolio Manager and Shareholder of Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel, and tax tips from Tom Cooney & Crystal Faulkner, CPAs, Partners in Cooney Faulkner & Stevens, LLC, broadcast the week of August 10, 2009.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – A program that rewards residents who recycle is significantly increasing the recycling rate in the Cincinnati suburb of Montgomery. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with John Getzloff. He's a regional sales manager with the New York City-based program. It's called RecycleBank.
"Cincinnati, Ohio" – More books have been written about the American Civil War than any other event in our history. But, many people, including some historians are unaware of the critical role Ohioans played in the Union war effort. Dr. James Bissland, Professor Emritus at Bowling Green State University wrote " Blood, Tears and Glory: How Ohioans won the Civil War" WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Bissland why the Tri-State has been under-appreciated...
Highland Heights, Kentucky – The Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington's Devou Park is currently featuring an exhibition on the life and work of Kentucky painter and writer Harlan Hubbard. It's called "The Complexity of Simplicity--Harlan Hubbard 1900-1988". The exhibition runs through September 20. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg took a tour of the displays with Laurie Risch, the museum's executive director.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Hamilton County health officials are gearing up for the H1N1 flu and for administering the vaccine, which is now being tested in Cincinnati and seven other cities. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.
Highland Heights, KY – This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes North Carolina-based swamp-blues rockers, WSNB (aka We Sing Nasty Blues) to Studio 89 where they play a few songs from their new CD 'Oktibbeha County', and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on August 10, 2009. Find out more about WSNB at www.wsnbmusic.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."
Highland Heights, Ky. – Parents with little girls know that being a 'princess' is very cool. It's also been great business for Disney since it started marketing products inspired by its cartoon princesses about ten years ago. Now, Disney is set to release a film about an African-American princess. But, a local author thinks the princess phenom trancends race.
" Highland Heights, Ky." – People across the country are bracing for an increase in the number of cases of H1N1 flu as the back to school season approaches. The threat prompted Doctor Steven Katkowski, Director of the Northern Kentucky Independent Health District to distribute guidelines on how to deal with the flu to every school superintendent in the district. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Doctor Katkowski what the Swine Flu is, and why they changed the name to H1N1