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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

New Superintendent, HHS Championship Ring and Other Mid-Week Links

- Ft. Thomas Independent Hires New Superintendent, Gene Kirchner. More on this later.

- Well, it's Wednesday at 3:30, which means there is 2 days, 22 hours, 46 minutes and 13 seconds until the University of Kentucky plays the University of Louisville. But who's counting, right?


- Speaking of UK, HHS Senior and UK WR commit, Ozzy Sheehan posted a picture of Highlands' state championship ring. The team's fifth in a row. Baller.


- Mio's Grand Opening is today! With the full menu. Also, this Friday - which will be nice, they will have their patio open and a band playing from 6:30-10:30. See you there! Via their FB post:


A big day tomorrow for Mio's Fort Thomas! Tomorrow is our first full day of service. We will be open our normal hours from tomorrow into the future. We've practiced and practiced and we're ready to roll!
We will still make mistakes as we get ramped up so be a little patient with us as we settle into our new hours. Thanks in advance for your patience and patronage!

-Kentucky Court of Justice honors women circuit court clerks

during National Women's History Month

March is National Women's History Month, an opportunity to honor and celebrate women's historic achievements. This year’s theme is Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment.

The Kentucky Court of Justice is using this occasion to recognize our women circuit court clerks, who represent more than half of the circuit court clerks in Kentucky. Women head 79 of the state’s 120 Offices of Circuit Court Clerk, which includes friend of the blog, Campbell County Circuit Court Clerk, Taunya Nolan Jack.


- The Fort Thomas Iconic Tournament Bracket is set. Vote on over here ------------------------>


Voting ends Friday. (8) Tower Park vs. (1) Highlands High School and (7) Runners/Walkers vs. (8) Olde Fort Pub.


2 comments:

  1. Went to Mio', it was a disaster. Ran out of menu's, servers were not prepared and they ran out of food. Early in the evening they turned people away.
    So much for Ft. Thomas Matters rave reviews!

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  2. Give them time. They will get it. The difference between Mio's and past experiences at 15 N. Fort Thomas is that the owner's genuinely know and care that service should be the cornerstone of the business.

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