July 29, 2014

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Browning pleads not guilty on all animal charges Print E-mail

Browning is pictured as he walked out of the District Courtroom on April 15.

Larry Browning, 63, of DeMossville entered a plea of not guilty on all counts at his arraignment in Pendleton District Court on April 15.

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Grand Jury indicts seven Print E-mail
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Lions Club hosts annual Easter Egg Hunt Print E-mail

The weather was perfect as over 100 kids showed up to search for egg-filled goodies Saturday, April 19 at the Dr. Peter Fullwood Memorial Easter Egg Hunt. The event is hosted annually by the Falmouth Lions Club and held at the Southern Elementary soccer fields.

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Chamber Awards Banquet Print E-mail

Chamber Award Winners, from left: Winners of Investment Award - Heather Butler, Mark Wells, Kamon Wells and Cherie Jeffers, winner of Image Award - Accepting for FIREhouse Ministries Pastor Darrell Breeden, winner of James Griffin Involvement Award - Steve Thomas, winner of the Public Service Award - Billy Steele and the winner of the Agri-Business Award - Bob McClanahan. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce held its 31st annual Awards Banquet on April 12, 2014 in the cafeteria of Phillip A. Sharp Middle School.

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School Board resolves outsourcing issue Print E-mail

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"Showing Off Sharp Night " proceeds help Rering family Print E-mail

Pictured above: Phillip Sharp Middle School Principal Rhonda Moore presents Randi Rering with a check to help her family cover bills and expenses related to her medical condition.

Phillip Sharp Middle School hosted the second annual "Showing Off Sharp Night" on March 28 which showcases all the events that happen during the school year.

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Raise in flood insurance premiums threatens to destroy communities Print E-mail

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Recipients selected for Sharp Family and PCHS Class of 1962 Scholarships Print E-mail
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Proclamation for National Autism Awareness Month Print E-mail
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Falmouth Rotary fundraiser Print E-mail

This unique wooden flag made from tobacco sticks is just one item to bid on in the silent auction.

Spaghetti dinner, silent auction, purse sale - April 25

Each year in April the Falmouth Rotary Club sponsors a fundraiser for the scholarships they give Pendleton County High School seniors to help with their college expenses. All proceeds go toward that scholarship fund.

This year’s date is 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 25, at the St. Frances Xavier Hall behind the church on Second Street in Falmouth. There will be a spaghetti dinner. The price is $5 for adults and $3 for children.  “Purses for a Purpose” will be offered for sale.

You may also bid on silent auction items that include Reds tickets, NASCAR racing tickets, a tobacco-stick basket, tobacco-stick American flag, country hams, and many other nice items.

This community is fortunate to have organizations that work hard for the students. It is important to attend fundraisers and help the local organizations. If you cannot stop to eat, take out will be available.

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Presentation for candidates running for public office Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Community Development Office will host a special presentation at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 in the upstairs fiscal courtroom of the courthouse to inform candidates for all city and county offices and the community regarding projects it is currently involved in and will become involved in through the end of 2014. These projects directly affect the residents of Falmouth, Butler and the greater Pendleton County community.

Topics expected to be discussed include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Sewer and water improvements

• Emergency services improvements

• The Gateway Community and Technical College Project

• Future economic development for the community

• Community wide leadership development

• Planning for the future

The community is encouraged to attend, listen and ask questions regarding the specifics of these and other projects or to offer suggestions for future projects in which the community may become involved.

For more information, please call Bill Mitchell at 859-654-4567.

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