The Northerner

Intramural fields delayed until May, warmer weather to blame

Nancy Curtis, Staff writer

February 21, 2013


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When construction on the forthcoming intramural fields began they were expected to be completed by March; however, due to unexpected delays they won’t be completed until May. Due to high amounts of rain in the past two months, construction has not reached the goals it hoped to by this date, according...

Ground broken for retail complex

Ground broken for retail complex

Danielle Roberts, Staff writer

February 21, 2013


Filed under Featured Story, News

Updated February 26, 2013:  An earlier version of this article published online stated Highland Heights mayor as Scott Coleman. The mayor of Highland Heights, Ky. is Greg Meyers. A crowd of a few dozen spectators gathered Feb. 12 on Alexandria Pike across from NKU to watch as three vacant houses w...

Construction backs up campus drivers

Construction backs up campus drivers

Ryan Cahill, Contributing writer

April 11, 2012


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Northern Kentucky University commuters who use Johns Hill Road may face a challenge when going to campus for the next month or so. The section of Kenton Drive is going to be raised about three feet and reconstructed between the Parking Lot S entrance and Johns Hill Road so that it meets evenly, said...

Construction continues as students return

Construction continues as students return

Tara Derington, Staff writer

January 11, 2012


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With a new year and a fresh semester just beginning, Northern Kentucky University is taking another step forward. Changes can be seen across the campus in new landscaping, new roads or new buildings. Larry Blake, assistant vice president of Facilities Management, said that three new homes were rec...

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