Jay Poston, Michelle Snodgrass Talk with Mark Collier

Ryan Poston was murdered on October 12, 2012.

Mark Collier talks intimately with Jay Poston, Ryan's father, and Campbell County Commonweath's Attorney, Michelle Snodgrass. 

After a sensational trial in the Campbell County, Kentucky circuit court, Shayna Hubers was convicted of murder on April 23, 2015. She was sentenced to 40 years in the Kentucky Department of Corrections on August 14, 2015.

On August 25, 2016, Hubers' conviction was overturned on appeal when one of the jurors in her murder trial was revealed to be a convicted felon. Hubers was convicted of murder during her second trial on murder charges for the killing of Ryan Poston on August 29, 2018.

The jury recommended a life sentence and she will be sentenced on October 18, 2018.



Breaking Down The Data in the Campbell County Primary

Joined by Tyler Owen. 

Why Didn't Fort Thomas turnout?

What happened in the Southern end of the county? 

What does this mean for general elections. 


Mark Collier and Owen take a deep dive into the data. 



Connie Grubbs, Campbell County Commissioner Candidates, On Her Campaign

Connie Grubbs (D-Fort Thomas) spends time in-studio to talk about her campaign. She spends time on why she's running, why her candidacy is different and her thoughts on the 2018 General Assembly in Frankfort.

This podcast was recorded in April. She will be running against Brian Painter (R-Alexandria) and Dave Guidugli (I-Fort Thomas) in the November General Election. 





General Assembly 2018 Recap: Wil Schroder, Brent Cooper, Karen Cheser, Jay Brewer

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Sen. Wil Schroder: What was the toughest part of this General Assembly for you? 

Mr. Brent Cooper: Have you heard from the businesses who will now be charged sales tax on their services? 

Dr. Karen Cheser: What were you most frustrated with during this session?  

Mr. Jay Brewer: Do you think lawmakers listened to public school advocates? 


Mark Collier (Living Media, Inc. & Fort Thomas Matters) talks with four people smack dab in the middle of the General Assembly process this year. 



Sen. Wil Schroder (R-Wilder)

Brent Cooper, CEO/President Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce 

Dr. Karen Cheser, Superintendent, Fort Thomas Independent Schools 

Jay Brewer, Superindendent, Dayton Independent Schools 



Fort Thomas School Leadership District Update

Dr. Karen Cheser - Superintendent Fort Thomas Independent Schools

Bill Bradford - Asst. Superintendent, Teaching/Learning

Jamee Flaherty - Asst. Superintendent, Student Services



- What direction is FTIS positioning itself to benefit students in a global marketplace?

- End of school date is discussed, with reasoning. 

- STOP cyber bulling anonymous tipline. 

- Moyer Elementary update 



County Commissioner Candidate Speaks on Alcoholism, Campbell Co. Politics

Campbell Co. Commissioner candidate in District 1, Tyler Owen, joins Mark Collier in studio. 

He talks about his reasons for running, the current rundown of countywide politics and the biggest differentiatior for what sets him apart from his opponents in a crowded race. 

"If we want to get anywhere beating the stigma of addiction, it's okay for me to say I'm an alcoholic."





What New Restaurants may be Coming to Cold Spring?


We talk with Campbell Countian, Brandon Voelker, who is in the know about all things happening in northern Kentucky. 

Brandon is an attorney; you can contact him at 859-781-1900 or at his website, here.



Fort Thomas Mayor, Eric Haas, Speaks on His Heart Attack

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Topics: Fort Thomas mayor, Eric Haas, suffered a heart attack on October 8 while at his lake house. He talked about that almost tragic event, as well as FC Cincinnati coming to Newport and the city of Fort Thomas' visioning efforts. 


LINK: Mayor Eric Haas Suffers Heart Attack 



Karen Cheser on Gov. Bevin’s Pension Proposal

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Fort Thomas Independent Schools Superintendent, Karen Cheser, with her thoughts on the pension proposal given by Gov. Matt Bevin on Oct. 18. 

"Keeping the Promise" proposal (link). 



A Conversation with Keith Chalk

Keith Chalk is Michelle Chalk's father.

Michelle was the 15-year old, soon-to-be Highlands freshman that tragically passed away on August 1, 2017 when a tree fell on her in a friend's back yard. 

We talked about who Michelle was, how the community has responded to them and how they have been dealing with the life-altering news. 




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