• city-wide yard sale Bellevue hosts city-wide yard sale (6/14/2017) - Treasure hunters and bargain shoppers will be in Bellevue on Saturday, June 17, for a city-wide yard sale followed by a visit from Old Kentucky Makers Market. The sale is an IN […]
  • City of Bellevue Brun to fill seat on Bellevue City Council (6/1/2017) - Former City Council Member Steven Brun will rejoin the Bellevue City Council, filling the seat recently vacated by Melissa Tatum. Council held a special session May 31 and voted unanimously to bring […]
  • Summer image, ice pops Summertime fun at First Friday shopping event (5/31/2017) - Kick off the summer by enjoying the warm weather at the IN VUE First Friday shopping event June 2, starting at 5 p.m. along Fairfield Avenue. Visit local businesses open late for […]
  • Scenes: Students say Aloha at Holy Trinity School (4/11/2017) - Bellevue resident Betsy Miglio took this colorful photo of children in Ms. Adams’ kindergarten class at Holy Trinity School. The children celebrated the school’s annual Basketball Tournament in March with a different […]
  • Bunny in the grass Events promise area bunny sightings (4/6/2017) - by Robin Gee Easter is around the corner and spring is already here. Businesses and organizations around the area are planning special events this weekend through Easter Sunday. First Friday IN VUE […]
  • Salzman receives Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award (3/14/2017) - by Robin Gee Dr. Ryan Salzman, assistant professor at Northern Kentucky University and member of the Bellevue City Council, was awarded the regional Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award from the Office […]
  • Spiffy up at spring clean-up events (3/9/2017) - by Robin Gee Spring cleaning time is here, and both the city of Bellevue and Campbell County have dates set aside this month to help residents dust off and polish up. For […]
  • County leaders introduce new heroin program (3/9/2017) - by Robin Gee A new program designed to fight heroin addiction will begin at the Campbell County Detention Center. The program will engage community service programs as partners in supporting users in […]
  • Final Music on the Avenue event promises music for all (3/2/2017) - Eight-man a cappella vocal band No Promises closes the 2017 Music on the Avenue series with selections that appeal to all ages and tastes. The group will perform Friday, March 3, at […]
  • Shop Bellevue Friday Rain or Shine (3/2/2017) - Get out your umbrella or your winter coat or your sunglasses this Friday, March 3, and head down to the Bellevue shopping district for deals and fun starting at 5 p.m. Bellevue’s […]
  • House fire on Berry Avenue in Bellevue KY House fire brings neighbors together to help (3/1/2017) - by Robin Gee A house fire early in the morning on Sunday, February 26, left a Bellevue couple and their pets unharmed but shaken. Aaron Vines, his partner, their pet dog and […]
  • Visit the Romantic era at Music on the Avenue (2/22/2017) - by Robin Gee Stephen Phillips (piano) will be joined by Betsey Hofeldt (violin) and Mark Hofeldt (cello) on Friday, February 24, for Music on the Avenue. The performance starts at 8 p.m. […]
  • Gents: Crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man (2/17/2017) - by Robin Gee Five Questions Friday: Gents “Clothes make the man” goes the saying, and Sandi Slusser, owner of Gents in Dayton, agrees. Her shop specializes in gently used and new pre-owned […]
  • Music on the Avenue steps way back in time (2/14/2017) - by Robin Gee Music on the Avenue takes us back a few centuries this coming Friday, February 17, with a performance in conjunction with the Cincinnati Early Music Festival. The Festival, held […]
  • Winter Carnival: Princesses and superheroes on parade (2/14/2017) - by Robin Gee Winter Carnival is back in Bellevue this Saturday, February 18, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. throughout the Fairfield Avenue business district. In its third year, the popular community […]
  • Dayton Mayor Virgil Boruske cuts the ribbon with owner Niki Plavsic for The Salon Shop. City officials on hand to celebrate. Dayton celebrates new salon business (2/10/2017) - by Robin Gee The Salon Shop & Brow Bar in the Dayton Main Street business district marked its Grand Opening on Friday, February 10, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Dayton Mayor Virgil […]
  • More love to go around: Valentine’s Day benefit for Eagles (2/9/2017) - The Valentine’s Day Dinner and Game Night at the Eagles in Bellevue this Saturday, February 11, promises to be a good time for a great cause. Proceeds will benefit the many community programs by Eagles Aerie Foe 964.
  • Bellevue Vets benefit: For the love of the game (2/9/2017) - Baseball fans and supporters of youth sports can share the love this Saturday and support Bellevue Vets Young Guns 12U Baseball. Dance and concert February 11 at The Syndicate in Newport.
  • St. John's United Church of Christ Bellevue KY James remembers Clooney at Music on the Avenue (2/7/2017) - Jazz singer Nancy James performs Friday, Feb. 10, for Music on the Avenue at St. John United Church of Christ, Bellevue KY
  • mugs holding hot and cold beverages Weekend events run hot — and cold (2/2/2017) - by Robin Gee At events this weekend in Bellevue, you can feel the warmth, stay cool or both. First, the warmth Warm your heart and find that perfect Valentine’s Day gift for […]
  • Disney princesses, mermaids and others prepare to freeze for a good cause. Take the plunge! (2/1/2017) - by Robin Gee Splash for a good cause at the annual Polar Plunge on Saturday, February 4, at Joe’s Crab Shack in Bellevue. There’s still time to join the hearty souls who […]
  • Cincinnati Children's Choir Music on the Avenue promises aural delight (1/30/2017) - by Robin Gee Music on the Avenue, Bellevue’s premiere music series, kicks off its 18th season on Friday, February 3, with a performance by the Cincinnati Children’s Choir, one of the leading […]
  • Customers at lunch at Mrs. Teapots in Bellevue KY Mrs. Teapots: Get out the good china (1/26/2017) - by Robin Gee Five Questions Friday: Mrs. Teapots January is “Hot Tea Month,” according to the Tea Council of the USA. Winter seems the perfect season for a warm cup, a cozy […]
  • Dayton Heritage Museum re-dedication event What is your Dayton story? (1/24/2017) - by Robin Gee Tell your story about life in Dayton at the re-dedication of the Dayton Heritage Museum on Saturday, January 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The museum is located […]
  • A new reporter at the Bellevue Dayton Sun (1/11/2017) - by Jennifer Sierra Meet your new reporter, Robin Gee. I am sure the towns of Dayton and Bellevue will make Ms. Gee feel as welcome as they did me. Robin has a […]
  • The Fondest Farewell… (1/9/2017) - Over two years ago, I started The Bellevue Dayton Sun online newspaper (a.k.a/ in an effort to keep residents of Dayton and Bellevue informed about the issues that big news agencies won't be able to cover. It was also my goal to bring the two communities of same size and demographic closer so they could learn from each other and to provide a stable and reliable information outlet that didn’t rely on social media gossip and hearsay around town.
  • Bellevue High School Principal Eckstein retires from Bellevue High School (1/9/2017) - by Robin Gee In a heartfelt letter to students, staff and the Bellevue community, Bellevue High School and Middle School Principal Dave Eckstein announced he will be stepping down from his position […]
  • Brian Lynn, manager of the Habitat for Humanity Restore in Bellevue KY Habitat Restore brings community full circle (1/6/2017) - by Robin Gee The new Habitat for Humanity Restore location opened in mid-November on 6th Street in Bellevue. It’s the largest of five such stores in the Greater Cincinnati region and offers […]
  • Dayton High School student art "Distinguished" Dayton City Council meeting: Schools, zoning and a new development director (1/4/2017) - by Robin Gee The first Dayton City Council meeting of 2017 included reports on Dayton Schools and YMCA efforts in the city as well as a request for a zoning change to […]
  • Shopping event in Bellevue KY, Jan. 6 starting at 5pm Chill out at Friday shopping event (1/3/2017) - by Robin Gee In Vue hosts a relaxing post-holiday shopping event Friday, January 6, starting at 5 p.m. “Just Chill” is the theme for the First Friday kickoff event for 2017. Held […]
  • Time to take that tree to the curb (1/2/2017) - by Robin Gee Soon the decorations will come down and ornaments will be put away another year. And for those who celebrate Christmas with a natural tree, it’s time to take that […]
  • 2017 in sparkles Toast New Year’s Eve close to home (12/30/2016) - by Robin Gee As the New Year rolls in there are hundreds of choices on both sides of the river to toast 2017. For those who want to celebrate close to home, […]
  • Misdemeanor reporting requires citizen action (12/28/2016) - by Robin Gee Smash and grab through a car window. A fistfight in a bar parking lot. A purse snatched from a shopping cart. Petty theft, disorderly conduct and other nonviolent offenses […]
  • Bellevue City Council and city officials videotape a holiday message. Bellevue City Council Meeting: appointments, seasonal reminders and a heartfelt farewell (12/17/2016) - by Robin Gee City officials and council members kicked off the December 2016 Bellevue City Council meeting with a videotaped message of Christmas cheer for the community. The greeting can be seen […]
  • Bellevue hosts 'Twas the Weekend Before Christmas for last-minute shopping Calling all last-minute Santas this weekend! (12/17/2016) - by Robin Gee Christmas is around the corner, but if you are like many people you may not quite have all your gifts yet. Bellevue IN VUE shops come to the rescue […]
  • Woman making donation to Salvation Army kettle at The Party Source, Bellevue KY Ringing in the season of giving (12/15/2016) - by Robin Gee With their tingling bells and bright red donation kettles, the Salvation Army bell ringers are a reminder that the holiday season is also the “giving season,” a time when […]
  • Dayton City Council Meeting December 6, 2016 Dayton City Council Meeting: Ordinance updates, dumpster permits and a thanks (12/7/2016) - by Robin Gee The final meeting for 2016 of the Dayton City Council was quick and quiet with the council taking care of some ordinance business and saying thank you to exiting […]
  • Kentucky Senate Bill 180 could cost the state millions in lost revenue (12/7/2016) - Kentucky Senate Bill 180, which puts the religious freedom of merchants ahead of the sexual orientation of customers, is going to be reintroduced by Senator Albert Robinson of London, Kentucky. In
  • Your Bellevue, KY post office needs your support! (12/6/2016) - Several years ago, Dayton, Kentucky lost their post office. The government decided that is wasn't economically feasible for the them to keep that post office open. As with any business, if the community doesn't support it, the business will close.
  • Officials mark Taylor Creek Overlook Park progress (12/2/2016) - On Wednesday, Nov. 30, state and local officials, contractors and supporters gathered to cut a ribbon marking the end of the construction phase of the Taylor Creek Overlook Park project. The park is set to open to the public in summer 2017.
  • Shop Bellevue poster for December 2 shopping event Bellevue events ring in holiday season (12/2/2016) - Bellevue events ring in holiday season - come shop in Vue! Special events kick off the month of December in Bellevue. Here’s a quick run down of this weekend’s events.
  • The last supper in Dayton, KY for pizzeria (11/29/2016) - The last supper in Dayton, KY for pizzeria as Buona Vita Pizzeria closes the Dayton, Kentucky location to public.
  • New book celebrates a Kentucky Christmas (11/23/2016) - by Robin Gee During the Fairfield Avenue Christmas Walk in Bellevue, Kentucky shoppers can meet the author and learn more about a new holiday-themed book that celebrates Christmas in Kentucky. Local author […]
  • Holiday wreath sale benefits Bellevue Neighborhood Association (11/20/2016) - by Robin Gee Dress up your door for the holidays with a simple but elegant natural wreath available through the Bellevue Neighborhood Association (BNA). There’s still time to order yours by Tuesday, […]
  • Cincinnati Asian business people have a new networking opportunity (11/18/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Cincinnati Asian business people have gathered to form a new networking group called Cincinnati Asian Business Network (CABN). They are inviting local Asian business owners, professionals and community leaders […]
  • Meet the candidates in your neighborhood (11/6/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra The election is coming up on Tuesday and earlier this summer The Bellevue Dayton Sun sat down with the candidates in Bellevue and Dayton that were running for city […]
  • Editorial: Experience Counts: Keep Judge Cameron Blau (11/6/2016) - by Judge Cameron J. Blau When I was speaking with the Highlands High School government classes several weeks ago, they asked an insightful question: “Why do you use the word “Keep” on […]
  • Dayton, KY high school seniors paint the town! (10/19/2016) - by Cathy Volter Dayton High School‘s Seniors had a beautiful fall day to celebrate their right to passage of being a Senior. They painted the Ervin Terrace underpass. This tradition has been […]
  • Bellevue – Notice of Special meeting (10/17/2016) - Tomorrow night, October 18th, 2016, a special meeting will be called to order at The Callahan Center, 322 Van Voast Avenue in Bellevue, Kentucky to discuss the Ordinance 2016-10-1 which establishes a […]
  • OP-ED: Why I’ve Chosen To Serve My Community During My Campaign (10/17/2016) - Joe Grimme at the Campbell County Senior Picnic. Provided. By Joe Grimme, candidate for District Judge With less than a month to go until Election Day, I know that many people have […]
  • Make your vote count this year! Pumpkin Carving Contest (10/17/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra With the upcoming and ever eventful election this November, why not distract yourself with something that really counts like carving a spectacular pumpkin. Join the Weller Haus in Bellevue, […]
  • Things that Go Bump in the Night – Tonight! (10/7/2016) - After such a long, hot Summer, can it be that Fall is just around the corner?  Cool, fresh breezes will soon whip golden and crimson leaves around your ankles, pumpkins are peeking out from their patches – plump and anxious […]
  • Tree Commission Special Meeting (9/22/2016) - Bellevue, Kentucky’s Tree Commission is having a special meeting tonight. Agenda and meeting details below.
  • Histories on the Square (9/19/2016) - Hear stories told by local Dayton residents about the history of this great, little, river city this Thursday, September 22nd, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM at Monument Square at 6th and […]
  • Newport wants artists! (9/13/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Newport, Kentucky wants artists as vendors in their first annual Harvest the Arts Festival. The festival is on 10/8/16 from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Located on 8th and […]
  • Covington gets new and progressive art project (9/12/2016) -   Amsterdam-based street artist collaborative “The London Police” will spend the next nine days creating a titanic work of art on the north-facing wall of “The Boone Block Lofts” at the corner […]
  • From the School Superintendent’s desk (9/12/2016) - The Inspire, Engage, and Grow Classroom! This school year we have worked to clearly identify what our mission statement means in the classroom setting. As we are all familiar our mission statement […]
  • Dayton School’s Employee and Student of the Month (9/12/2016) - August Athlete of the Month We want to congratulate Trevor Simpson, a senior, for being selected as the student Athlete of the Month for August, 2016. With just 2 games into the […]
  • The day that changed it all (9/11/2016) - Editorial by Jennifer Sierra On that crisp, clear, beautiful morning in September, I bet everyone remembers where they were. I do. I was painting in my studio at the Pendleton Art Center […]
  • Art in the Park and Concert Series this weekend! (9/9/2016) - Don’t forget to attend Art in the Park on Saturday. Rain or shine, the show goes on so go down and check out the beautiful art along the riverfront at the Thomas […]
  • Dayton, KY City Council Meeting Sept. 6, 2016 (9/8/2016) - Dayton, KY City Council Meeting Sept. 6, 2016
  • September message from Mayor Riehl (9/8/2016) - by Mayor Ed Riehl Well with this month summer will draw to a close and fall will arrive soon. This summer has been a hot and humid mess. Mother Nature has blessed […]
  • 1966 Kentucky High School Football Champs return to be honored (8/24/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Dayton, Kentucky‘s High School Athletics Program will be honoring the 1966 state championship football team this Friday, August 26th during the Dayton/Bellevue game.  The game begins at 7:00.  This […]
  • Local writers wanted! (8/21/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra The Bellevue Dayton Sun is an online newspaper created for the communities of Dayton and Bellevue, Kentucky. The goal of the group that started the paper was to create […]
  • Gateway College board member and River City News contributor wrongfully received tuition perk (8/19/2016) - By Jennifer Sierra In a story out on August 18th by James McNair at City Beat, former Gateway College Board Member and frequent River City News contributor, Rick Robinson wrongly received tuition […]
  • First Successful Stories of Dayton (8/19/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra On a pleasant Thursday evening in Dayton, Kentucky citizens gathered to share stories of history in Dayton, Kentucky. Some of the stories were funny and some sweet but all […]
  • Meet Joe Grimme (8/18/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Campbell County District Judge Candidate Joe Grimme is hosting a public meet and greet at The Weller Haus Bed and Breakfast on Tuesday, September 13th from 5:00 PM – […]
  • Bellevue City Council meeting update 8/10/16 (8/11/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Council member Matt Olliges reported that the new fire truck is getting close to being ready. At the next fire board meeting on Wednesday the 17th, the subject of […]
  • THE ART OF GUY MCINTOSH AT FRAME AND HANG STUDIO GALLERY (8/5/2016) - Meet the artist, Guy McIntosh, during Shop Bellevue on Friday, August 5 from 5 to 9 pm at Frame and Hang Studio Gallery. Guy McIntosh has a 40 plus year career as […]
  • First Friday is tonight in Bellevue! (8/5/2016) -   The shops and restaurants of Bellevue are thrilled to give back to all their loyal patrons (plus create new ones) by launching an exciting new reward program which features a large […]
  • Dayton City Council gets flooded with flood victims (8/5/2016) - by Cathy Volter – photos by Greg Davis and Jerry Dorn Highlights from the Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Dayton City Council Meeting The meeting began with a Public Hearing to discuss road […]
  • How Brighton Center helps adults get on a new career path (7/31/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Brighton Center gives adults a chance to get on a reliable career path by providing training and assistance to folks in need through their Center for Employment Training. Brighton […]
  • Bellevue Code enforcement meeting (7/19/2016) - There will be a Bellevue, Kentucky Code enforcement meeting on July 21st at 6:30 PM at the Callahan Community Center at 322 Van Voast Avenue.
  • 1st round of Nano Grant awards announced (7/18/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Back in May of this year, Skyward announced a grant initiative that would support creative place-making projects created by local residents, students or workers that bring Northern Kentuckians together, build […]
  • Lots to do this weekend in Campbell County! (7/15/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra It is going to be a beautiful, summer weekend in Campbell County, Kentucky. Get out and enjoy the weekend by going to the 2016 Campbell County Backroads Farm Tour. […]
  • Council debates over In Vue sign decision (7/14/2016) - By Jennifer Sierra The city council meeting got heated last night when the subject of the “B In Vue” sign on the side of 5/3 Bank was brought up by council member […]
  • The 2016 Campbell County Backroads Farm Tour is here! (7/11/2016) - Come experience the many different farms located around Campbell County! The Campbell County Conservation District’s Farmland Work Group is excited to ask you to join us for the 8th Annual Campbell County […]
  • New grants soon available in Bellevue, KY (7/2/2016) - By Jennifer Sierra Why does Bellevue, Kentucky remain a beautiful community? City Council and city staff are always looking for ways to improve the city by incentivizing the citizens to keep up […]
  • How Navigo is changing the future of Bellevue High School students (6/29/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Navigo is a program devoted to coaching high school students, regardless of income, on how to discover their natural talents and interests to create a career path after high […]
  • Vendors needed for craft show in Dayton, KY (6/27/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra The VFW in Dayton, Kentucky is having its first craft vendor show on July 9th. They are looking for artisans/crafters to set up from 9 AM – 3 PM. […]
  • Bellevue couple adds solar panels to home (6/26/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra A couple living in Bellevue, Kentucky added solar panels to their home last year. Kevin Miles and Sue Wernke bought the home and renovated it in 2014 and love […]
  • Shop Bellevue! Red, White, In Vue Friday, July 1 at 5 pm (6/23/2016) - Start you holiday off with a BANG! Shop a great American town – Bellevue, KY. Take in the red, white and blue along Fairfield Avenue by adding shopping and dining at our […]
  • Look for new stop sign on Covert Run in Bellevue, KY (6/23/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra In a special council meeting held on Wednesday evening, the Bellevue City council members voted to approve an ordinance requiring all traffic on Covert Run to come to a […]
  • Bellevue City Council Special Meeting tomorrow at 7:00 (6/21/2016) - You are hereby notified that the Mayor and Presiding Officer of the City of Bellevue, Kentucky has called a  Special Meeting of Council for Wednesday June 22 at 7 pm in the […]
  • TOMORROW- Bellevue City-Wide Flea Market, Fairfield Avenue Street Fair and City-Wide Yard Sale (6/17/2016) - Bellevue City-Wide Flea Takes Place Saturday, June 18, 2016 Event includes Fairfield Avenue Street Fair and City-Wide Yard Sale Join the merchants of Bellevue’s Historic Fairfield Avenue Business District from 8 a.m. […]
  • Bellevue, KY shuts down Airbnb operations (6/12/2016) - By Jennifer Sierra Airbnb is an online service where people can put their homes up for rent to travelers for less than a traditional Bed and Breakfast or hotel because they don’t […]
  • City-Wide Yard Sale registration deadline is coming! (6/10/2016) - Bellevue’s annual city Wide yard sale is: Saturday, June 18 beginning at 8 am Have you registered your yard sale yet? Register by Tuesday, June 14 at noon to be on the […]
  • Crackdown on high grass in Dayton, KY this summer (6/10/2016) - By Jennifer Sierra At every city council meeting in Dayton, Kentucky, someone mentions a house with high grass on their block. This spring’s rain has added to that blight issue. We asked […]
  • Dayton, KY chosen for Nano Grant due to residents’ passion for city (6/6/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra The decision was made by Skyward in April after Beyond The Curb was held in Dayton and Bellevue. While the choice was based partly on geographic diversity, Dayton was […]
  • June Letter from Mayor Edward Riehl (6/5/2016) - by Bellevue Mayor Edward Riehl Hello to all. Well the official start of summer has arrived; the annual Bellevue-Dayton Memorial Day Parade. The weather cooperated nicely, the crowds were great, and all […]
  • Girls just wanna have fun shopping in Bellevue! (6/3/2016) - In the immortal words of Cyndi Lauper – “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!”  This is THE night to gather your girlfriends and experience a far-out evening filled with great shopping, dining, and […]
  • Chess is becoming the king of games in river city schools. (6/2/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra One Friday night in May, 61 students from Newport, Bellevue, Ft. Thomas and Dayton, Kentucky gather in a friendly battle of chess. These gatherings happen once a month throughout […]
  • Video of Bellevue Dayton 2016 Memorial Day Parade (5/30/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra In case you missed it or saw it and wanted to see the highlights, here is a highlight reel of the parade this morning. It was a gorgeous day […]
  • 87th Annual Bellevue Dayton Memorial Day Parade (5/28/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Monday is the 87th annual Bellevue Dayton Memorial Day Parade along the Avenue. People will be coming to see our towns from all over the area so don’t forget […]
  • Will You GROW This Summer? (5/24/2016) -  by Jay Brewer, Superintendent Dayton Public Schools I believe that many people look at summer as their time to relax, take a break, unwind and get away for a bit. As much […]
  • Dayton, Ky High School celebrates excellence. (5/24/2016) - April 2016 Athlete of the Month The Athlete of the Month for April is, Senior, Andrew Stewart. Andrew has embraced the event of Pole Vault that has not been a competitive event […]
  • Details on 3 law enforcement initiatives in Campbell County, KY (5/21/2016) - by Jennifer Sierra Prescription Drug Disposal, Crisis Assistance Response Effort (CARE) and Carry and Deploy Naloxone were three initiatives introduced recently in Campbell County in an effort to circumnavigate the biggest issues […]
  • Bellevue Blossoms this Saturday! (5/20/2016) -   You did it! You helped select the City of Bellevue’s official flower! In appreciation of your assistance and to thank you for your patronage, we have a gift — receive a […]
  • It’s National Preservation Month and the River Cities are Celebrating! (5/19/2016) - Honoring Notable Projects and People in Preservation In celebration of National Preservation Month and the 50th anniversary of the National Preservation Act the cities of Covington, Newport, Bellevue, and Ludlow are gathering […]
  • No cause of death on Stephen Reis in Dayton, KY (5/16/2016) - No cause of death on Stephen Reis in Dayton, KY

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