MARK POSEY

Attorney General Jack Conway today announced the indictment and arrest of Mark Lane Posey, Former Chief of Police in Falmouth, Ky following an investigation by Attorney General Conway’s Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

MARK POSEY
BRIAN BURGEMEIR

This fall, a familar face will be be patrolling the sidelines and guiding the Wildcats football program. On March 9, Brian Burgemeir was officially named head coach after spending the last two seasons as the teams offensive coordinator.

BRIAN BURGEMEIR
Werner Coppel spoke to the eighth grade class of Phillip Sharp Middle School on March 10 about his life during the Holocaust of World War II. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Werner Coppel, a Holocaust survivor from Cincinnati, Ohio, was invited to speak at Phillip Sharp Middle School by Mark Hart as part of a Language Arts unit in Ms. Eileen Tierney Baker’s class titled, “Finding the Light in the Darkness.”  Coppel began his story with these words.

Werner Coppel spoke to the eighth grade class of Phillip Sharp Middle School on March 10 about his life during the Holocaust of World War II. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Eleanor’s preschool class at Main Street Christian Education Center released balloons in memory of their classmate on Friday, March 20.

When a child passes away, the entire community feels the loss. That is how it was for Pendleton County on March 16 when Eleanor Beebe, the five-year-old daughter of James and Amber Harmon Beebe, left us. In a tragic accident which involved a playground slide, the preschooler lost her life.

Eleanor’s preschool class at Main Street Christian Education Center released balloons in memory of their classmate on Friday, March 20.
Jeff and Sara Pettit, of Butler, are shown tapping one of their many sugar maple trees on Faith Acres Farm. Maple syrup is just one of the many products the Pettits offer to the public from their farm. Photo by Karen Hyden.

Farming has never been an easy way to make a living, but for those whose hearts are in it there’s a satisfaction that comes from working the land that no other way of living provides.

Jeff and Sara Pettit, of Butler, are shown tapping one of their many sugar maple trees on Faith Acres Farm. Maple syrup is just one of the many products the Pettits offer to the public from their farm. Photo by Karen Hyden.
MARK POSEY
BRIAN BURGEMEIR
Werner Coppel spoke to the eighth grade class of Phillip Sharp Middle School on March 10 about his life during the Holocaust of World War II. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Eleanor’s preschool class at Main Street Christian Education Center released balloons in memory of their classmate on Friday, March 20.
Jeff and Sara Pettit, of Butler, are shown tapping one of their many sugar maple trees on Faith Acres Farm. Maple syrup is just one of the many products the Pettits offer to the public from their farm. Photo by Karen Hyden.

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The Pendleton County Community Good Friday Church Service, sponsored by the Pendleton County Cooperative of Churches, will be held at the Falmouth Christian Church on Friday, Apr

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LINDA TACKETT

Linda Tackett, 82, of  Butler, died on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at her home. She was born on May 15, 1932 in Pikeville, Kentucky to Virgil C. and Alla Manning Huffman.