Cheri Lawson, Kentucky Public Radio http://weku.fm en President Obama Campaigns Close to Kentucky http://weku.fm/post/president-obama-campaigns-close-kentucky <p>President Obama came about as close to Kentucky Monday as he’s likely to over the remaining weeks of the campaign.&nbsp; He brought his campaign for re-election to two key areas of Ohio.&nbsp; While in Cincinnati, Mr. Obama unveiled a new trade enforcement action against China.&nbsp; During an outdoor rally at Cincinnati's Historic Eden Park, the President told an enthusiastic crowd he remains committed to America's middle class and cited his efforts to protect&nbsp; jobs in Ohio and the Midwest related to the auto industry. Tue, 18 Sep 2012 11:21:01 +0000 Cheri Lawson, Kentucky Public Radio 33053 at http://weku.fm And Mankind is Grateful... http://weku.fm/post/and-mankind-grateful <p><strong><em>A constant stream of people filed through Cincinnati’s Museum Center Sunday to honor the late Neil Armstrong and view a piece of rock he brought back from the moon. Kentucky Public Radio’s Cheri Lawson reports the Museum Centers’ Museum of Natural History and Science offered free admission yesterday and extended it through Labor Day in honor of Armstrong .</em></strong> Mon, 27 Aug 2012 17:30:14 +0000 Cheri Lawson, Kentucky Public Radio 31962 at http://weku.fm And Mankind is Grateful... Departure Ceremony for KY National Guard http://weku.fm/post/departure-ceremony-ky-national-guard <p><span class="article-content"><span>Hundreds of friends and family members turned out Saturday to honor a Kentucky National Guard unit preparing to deploy to Iraq. More than 300 soldiers with the 1204th Aviation Support Battalion based in northern Kentucky will provide logistical support and maintenance for the combat aviation brigade. The Iraq draw-down is expected to wrap up in December, but the yearlong deployment could have the 1204th sent to other areas.</span></span> Mon, 29 Aug 2011 14:20:18 +0000 Cheri Lawson, Kentucky Public Radio 11434 at http://weku.fm