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  • Walnut Hills High School students visit Ferguson

    Sep 18, 2014, 12:24 p.m.

    To get a firsthand account of the situation in Ferguson, Mo, following the police shooting of an unarmed man, Michael Brown, Walnut Hills High School students recently traveled to Ferguson to take photos and talk to residents.
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  • Louis Gossett Jr. ….an actor and a gentleman!

    Sep 18, 2014, 12:21 p.m.

    Just the mention of his name brings about instance thoughts of respect in the field of film and television. His numerous and diverse roles, that span over some five decades, are legendary; from a fiddle playing slave in the classic mini-series, Roots, to a brash mouth, arrogant, drill instructor in the award-winning movie An Officer and a Gentlemen, to his (personal favorite) performance portraying the life of former Egyptian president, Anwar Sadat. Add in a litany of other award-winning film projects, narrations, and theatre work and veteran actor Louis Gossett Jr. certainly qualifies for a front seat among all Hollywood royalty.
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  • Gilberry fills slot with passion

    Sep 18, 2014, 12:19 p.m.

    When the new fearsome foursome of Atkins, Peko, Dunlap, and Johnson started to break off midway into the 2013 season some questioned whether the Bengal defensive line would be the same. Gino Atkins was lost for the remainder of the season in game nine of the 2013 season. Michael Johnson departed in the off season for greener pastures to Tampa Bay. It was pretty much assumed that whoever filled the void at right defensive end would be the weak link of the defensive line. Wallace Gilberry has shown himself to be anything but a weak link. The powerful defensive end from Alabama took right over for Johnson, implanting himself in the starting role and has never looked back. Gilberry’s 60 tackles for losses in college was the second most in Alabama history when he left after the 2007 season. It was a precursor for what was to come in his years in the NFL.
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  • World Health Organization ramping up fight against Ebola

    Sep 18, 2014, 12:11 p.m.

    The Ebola epidemic is wreaking havoc on populations in parts of West Africa forcing the World Health Organization (WHO) to call for a more determined global response to bring the outbreak under control. The 2014 Ebola outbreak is the largest outbreak of its kind in history and the first in West Africa. The affected countries are Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria. The virus spreads when people come in contact with bodily fluids of infected people. The sudden onset of headaches, fever, muscle pain, weakness and sore throat indicates the presence of the disease.
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  • Cintas Corporation salutes Melvin Gravely, Ph.D.

    Sep 18, 2014, 12:14 p.m.

    On Saturday, Nov. 15, Cintas will salute Mel Gravely, Ph.D., during the 2014 Men of Honor, A Salute to African American Men for his extraordinary accomplishments in Entrepreneurship. Gravely is the majority shareholder of TriVersity Construction Company and was named president & CEO in 2011. Under his leadership, this commercial construction firm has established itself as one of the leading companies of its kind in the Greater Cincinnati region. Mel has consistently grown its construction capacity by 20 percent per year and doubled its sales since 2009.
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