August 21, 2014

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Senator Stine and Commander Nahari honored Print E-mail

Butler Mayor Alice Smith presents Senator Stine with Certificate of Appreciation. From left: Bill Ashcraft, Mayor Smith, Senator Stine and her husband, Campbell County Chief Circuit Judge Fred Stine. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Kentucky State Senator Katie Stine and Lieutenant NJROTC Commander Joel Nahari were honored in a special ceremony held at Pendleton County High School on April 24, 2014.

It's roundup time for Isaac and Friends horse ride Print E-mail

It's time for the third benefit horse ride and fun- filled day of activities on Saturday, May 17, 2014 for Isaac and Friends.

The festivities will be held at the home of Bill and Eva Thompson's, 11303 Highway 330 West, Berry, Kentucky.

Registration begins at 8 a.m.; wagon train leaves at 10 a.m.

There will be hayride, horse ride, wagons/buggies $10 per person/$10 per buggy. An auction will start at 4 p.m.

Vittles will be provided after riders return. Bikers welcome.

All proceeds go to be divided between four children. Isaac, 12, has Arthrogryposis; Curtis, 5, has MPS Hurlers Syndrome; Rilley, 4, has Cystic Fibrosis; and Austin, 15, has Hodgkins Lymphoma.

Come out and have some fun. For for information call: Rick and Tina Willoughby, 859-749-7667; Tara Collopy, 859-466-6490; Terry Burdine, 859-816-9534; Curtis Stillwell, 859-808-0469; Patricia Stillwell, 304-208-6600; Scott Jamison, 502-435-7692; or Heidi Riggs, 859-433-0046.


Concealed Carry Class, May 17 Print E-mail

There will be a Concealed Carry Class at 8 a.m. on  May 17 at the New Hope Church, four miles south of Falmouth on U.S. 27 at Bishop Ridge. Please call 859-654-4511 to register.


Biddle steps down as Wildcat baseball coach Print E-mail
Mother's Day Ads 2014 Print E-mail
U.S. Marshals and officers conduct sex offender compliance checks Print E-mail

Law enforcement officers taking part in the sex offender's compliant checks on April 15 are pictured above. There are front row, from left: Mason County Sheriff Patrick Boggs,   Maysville Police Department Assistant Chief Lisa O’Hearn, U.S. Marshal Loren Carl, Kentucky State Police Lt. Rick Saint-Blancard, Falmouth Police Chief Mark Posey. Back row, from left: U.S. Marshal Sex Offender Investigations Coordinator Calvin Whitis, Harrison County Sheriff Bruce Hampton, Bracken County Sheriff Howard Niemeier, Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples, Cynthiana Police Department Ray Johnson and Robertson County Sheriff Mark Sutton. Photo by D. Dennie.

By Debbie Dennie, Editor   

Law enforcement agencies from five counties and two U.S. Marshals gathered on April 28 at the Bracken County Justice Center in Brooksville to review the results of a recent sex offender registry compliance check. Operation Buffalo Trace started on April 15 and officers checked to make sure that sex offenders in their county and cities were living where their registry said they were.

Pipeline companies stop project Print E-mail
Boa constrictor found dead on Milford Road Print E-mail

The remains of a boa constrictor were discovered on Milford Road, near Falmouth, on April 21.

W.E. Believe holding quarter auction to benefit Bella O'Hara Print E-mail


By Karen Hyden, Reporter

Resilient and inspiring are perfect words to describe Isabella Hope O'Hara, the three-year-old daughter of Mason and Jenna (Kelsch) O'Hara. Bella, as she's known by most, was born on March 30, 2011 with the most severe form of spina bifida known as myelomeningocele.

Small World celebrates Derby Day Print E-mail

Children from the age of 2-5 years at Small World Day Care in Falmouth enjoyed celebrating their Derby Day on Friday, May 2.

Story Hour graduation for children Print E-mail

Story Hour at the Pendleton County Public Library held graduation on Friday, April 25.


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