Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.

In a normal week, most archers would be happy with competing in their first Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) Archery Tournament or winning a state National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) title.  For Pendleton County (PC) archer senior Clint Moore, he combined both into one week.

Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.
 Senior Wildcat Kenton Hornbeck is reading the pitcher’s move and looking to swipe second base to put himself into scoring position.  The Wildcats 3-2 victory over Nicholas County put themselves into strong position to be the number two see in the 38th District Tournament.

“Consistency!!!!” was the simple answer Wildcat Varsity Coach Joe Dean gave when asked about his settling onto nine players for the field and nine players for a batting order.

 Senior Wildcat Kenton Hornbeck is reading the pitcher’s move and looking to swipe second base to put himself into scoring position.  The Wildcats 3-2 victory over Nicholas County put themselves into strong position to be the number two see in the 38th District Tournament.
Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce Awards, from left: Dr. Bill Verax - Outstanding Citizen, Kenny and Brenda Abercrombie - Investment Award, Jim Thaxton - Public Service Award, Natalie Wolfe, representing Pendleton County Youth Fair - Image Award, Brian Addington, representing Hammer Strength - Industry Award, and Craig Peoples - James Griffin Community Involvement Award.

The Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce held its 32nd annual Awards Banquet on April 25, 2015 in the cafeteria of Phillip A. Sharp Middle School.

Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce Awards, from left: Dr. Bill Verax - Outstanding Citizen, Kenny and Brenda Abercrombie - Investment Award, Jim Thaxton - Public Service Award, Natalie Wolfe, representing Pendleton County Youth Fair - Image Award, Brian Addington, representing Hammer Strength - Industry Award, and Craig Peoples - James Griffin Community Involvement Award.
Southern Elementary student Chandler Aulick is checking out the different artwork created by his fellow students.

The Pendleton County School District hosted its annual “Evening of the Arts” on Thursday, April 16 at Phillip A. Sharp Middle School. The event took place from 5:30 until 8 p.m. and showcased an exceptional display of artistic abilities from students representing all four schools in the district.

Southern Elementary student Chandler Aulick is checking out the different artwork created by his fellow students.
From left: Doug Beard, JoEllen Mitchell, Elizabeth Delaney. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Some twenty years ago former Pendleton County High School instructor Charlotte Miller had a simple idea, let seniors do a mock interview in the career of their choice with a person from that field so as to get a feel for what lay ahead in their future.

From left: Doug Beard, JoEllen Mitchell, Elizabeth Delaney. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.
 Senior Wildcat Kenton Hornbeck is reading the pitcher’s move and looking to swipe second base to put himself into scoring position.  The Wildcats 3-2 victory over Nicholas County put themselves into strong position to be the number two see in the 38th District Tournament.
Pendleton County Athletics honors seniors with a PCHS Senior Award noting their years of participation. Front row, from left: Kenton Hornbeck, Jeff Browning, Clint Moore, McKayla Manor, Kylie Figgins, James Roe, Robby Maines. Back row: Patrick McCain, Dalton Hill, Robert Hall, Robbie Gaskins, Jonah Smith.
Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce Awards, from left: Dr. Bill Verax - Outstanding Citizen, Kenny and Brenda Abercrombie - Investment Award, Jim Thaxton - Public Service Award, Natalie Wolfe, representing Pendleton County Youth Fair - Image Award, Brian Addington, representing Hammer Strength - Industry Award, and Craig Peoples - James Griffin Community Involvement Award.
Southern Elementary student Chandler Aulick is checking out the different artwork created by his fellow students.
From left: Doug Beard, JoEllen Mitchell, Elizabeth Delaney. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Invasive Species

As any hiker, hunter, fisherman, or farmer will attest, the state of Kentucky and Pendleton County have become infested with “invasive species” in recent years.

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Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.

In a normal week, most archers would be happy with competing in their first Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) Archery Tournament or winning a state National Arche

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FRANK C. WADE SR.

Frank C. Wade Sr., 55, of Ft. Wright, passed away Tuesday April 21, 2015 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville.

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Pendleton County coaching staff and current JV and varsity players will be offering a basketball camp this summer from June 15-18.