RALPH "SKIP" TAYLOR

The Falmouth Police Department continues to do their part in the battle against illegal drugs in the community. Ralph "Skip" Edward Taylor, 40, of Falmouth, was arrested on Thursday, August 20, 2015 and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

RALPH "SKIP" TAYLOR
Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

Falmouth firefighters were dispatched to the scene of a hay fire on Saturday, August 22, 2015. Between 70-80 round bales of hay went up in flames around 12:40 p.m. on McGraw Road. The land is owned by the Patrick Crotty Estate and farmed by Travis Reis.

Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Retirees are pictured with school board members, from left: Bill Hart, Pam Harper, Chris Robles, Phyllis Mason, Esther McClanahan, Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Cheri Griffin, Jolieen Bertram, Shannon Carey, Anthony Hoess, Tony Spence, Kay Mudd, Anthony Strong. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Eleven employees from Pendleton County School (PCS) with a combined 247.75 years of service were honored on the occasion of their retirement at the Pendleton County School Board meeting on August 20, 2015.

Retirees are pictured with school board members, from left: Bill Hart, Pam Harper, Chris Robles, Phyllis Mason, Esther McClanahan, Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Cheri Griffin, Jolieen Bertram, Shannon Carey, Anthony Hoess, Tony Spence, Kay Mudd, Anthony Strong. Photo by Ed Salerno.
This was the scene on the Licking River on August 18. Emergency personnel were dispatched to a distress call about a non-responsive man in the water. Photo by Jessie Beckett.

What started out to be an afternoon of fishing and boating ended in tragedy on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 after a Falmouth man lost his life in the Main Licking River.

Steve McNees, 61, of Falmouth, was found deceased less than a quarter mile from the Falmouth Boat Ramp in Shoemakertown.

This was the scene on the Licking River on August 18. Emergency personnel were dispatched to a distress call about a non-responsive man in the water. Photo by Jessie Beckett.
Luke Dennison, 8, of Falmouth, was born without fingers on his left hand due to symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality of the hand. Photo by Patrick Reddy/The Kentucky Enquirer.

On a small family farm atop a verdant hill near Falmouth, Kentucky, Luke Dennison, 8, leads a technological revolution with his left hand.

A gauntlet-like device that fits snugly on his arm allows Luke to ride horses and play video games with his brothers though he was born without left fingers.

Luke Dennison, 8, of Falmouth, was born without fingers on his left hand due to symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality of the hand. Photo by Patrick Reddy/The Kentucky Enquirer.
TAMMY SPICER

Few may remember that the United States Congress cut $8.7 billion from the food stamp program in 2014 and is now working to cut another $11 billion. But one Pendleton County kindergarten aid at Southern Elementary School, Tammy Spicer, is well aware of the pain of children in the county resulting from the lack of food.

TAMMY SPICER
RALPH "SKIP" TAYLOR
Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Retirees are pictured with school board members, from left: Bill Hart, Pam Harper, Chris Robles, Phyllis Mason, Esther McClanahan, Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Cheri Griffin, Jolieen Bertram, Shannon Carey, Anthony Hoess, Tony Spence, Kay Mudd, Anthony Strong. Photo by Ed Salerno.
This was the scene on the Licking River on August 18. Emergency personnel were dispatched to a distress call about a non-responsive man in the water. Photo by Jessie Beckett.
Luke Dennison, 8, of Falmouth, was born without fingers on his left hand due to symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality of the hand. Photo by Patrick Reddy/The Kentucky Enquirer.
TAMMY SPICER

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