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Mark Wert
investigations and enterprise editor at The Enquirer/Cincinnati.com; also a gardener, a singer and a husband
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Mark Wert Nov 13
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Mark Wert Aug 3
Having an amazing time and enjoying perform at CSO Look Around. @EBSocialButterfly
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Mark Wert Jul 22
People reacting strongly to Tracie Hunter sentence spils outside courtroom and goes outside Hamilton County Courthouse.
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Mark Wert Jun 5
Congratulations Ken Oaks of for winning the large company leadership award at the 2019 Top Workplaces Cincinnati event!
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Mark Wert May 21
The Tweet fell in the digital forest without anyone hearing it.
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Mark Wert Apr 3
Krista made the whole process of selling my mother’s home as easy as possible, helping with things such as letting workmen into the house since I live two hours away from Grove.
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Mark Wert Mar 28
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Mark Wert Mar 25
Life can resume. Putz's CreamyWhip is open for the season!
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Mark Wert Mar 22
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Mark Wert Mar 21
I have two tickets to tonight's performance of "On Your Feet" at the Aronoff. Free to the first to respond.
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Mark Wert Mar 19
My colleague and friend Jack Greiner has helped The Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky won a lot of victories in keeping the public's business public....
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Mark Wert Mar 15
Mark and I saw this group Friday night and it was a delightful concert. See them in Milford; you’ll be in for a treat.
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Mark Wert Mar 14
For those who think the news media errs in focusing on the negative, there's this story by my Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky colleague Mark Curnutte. (Feel free to share it, too.)
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Mark Wert Mar 14
Texts by public officials in Ohio on public business are public record, court rules in case brought by Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky
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Mark Wert Mar 14
Texts by public officials in Ohio about public business are public records, court rules in case brought by Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky
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Mark Wert Mar 14
Texts by public officials are public documents in Ohio, court concludes in Enquirer case via
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Mark Wert Mar 13
Eww. Makes sense. But just eww.
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Mark Wert Mar 10
Who will tell the people? In more and more areas in America, nobody trained in the discipline of journalism.
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Mark Wert Mar 6
If you think Cincinnati is landslide prone now, it's unlikely to get better. Learn why, thanks to my Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky colleagues Terry DeMio and Hannah Kathryn Escamilla.
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Mark Wert Mar 6
If you think Cincinnati is landslide prone now, it's unlikely to get better. Learn why, thanks to my Enquirer - Cincinnati and Kentucky colleagues Terry DeMio and Hannah Kathryn Escamilla.
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