April 18, 2014

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Adult Learning Center holiday hours Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Adult Learning Center will be closed during the holidays starting, Friday December 20 until January 6, 2014. Classes will not resume until the week of January 13.

An orientation will be held on Monday, January 13, 2014 that will explain the changes instilled with the new GED and additional classes for individuals job seeking or considering college. Orientation will begin at 9 a.m. in room 324. If you or someone you know has questions regarding the changes to the GED, this would be a great opportunity to get those questions answered. If you have any questions, please call our office and leave a message (859) 654-3325 ext. 2601.

Getting your GED or continuing your education would be a great new year’s resolution!

Merry Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year!


Rumpke's holiday collection schedule Print E-mail

Rumpke customers may see a delay in waste and recycling collection the weeks of Dec. 23 and Dec. 30 because of the holidays.

Customers with service on Monday, Dec. 23 and Tuesday, Dec. 24 will not be impacted. Service will not occur on Wednesday, Dec. 25 but will resume the following day Thursday, Dec. 26 and will be delayed one day the rest of the week. Customers with Wednesday trash day will be collected on Thursday,  customers will be collected on Friday and Friday customers on Saturday.

This same schedule will apply the following week for the New Year holiday.

Communities with twice weekly collection will only be collected once during the holiday weeks, on the first scheduled collection day.

Rumpke will return to its normal collection schedule the week of Jan. 6, 2014. For year round holiday collection schedule visit www.rumpke.com.


Holiday garbage pick up schedule for the city of Falmouth Print E-mail

The Falmouth City offices will be closed December 24 and 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014 for the holidays.

Please note the days of garbage pickup will be Monday, December 23 if normal pick up day is Tuesday; Thursday, December 26 if the normal pick up day is Wednesday; and Thursday, January 2 if the normal pick up day is Wednesday.


Christmas Angels/Babies First Christmas/Christmas Pets Print E-mail
In Loving Memory/Santa Letters Print E-mail
Fiscal Court recognizes 911 dispatcher Print E-mail

Pendleton County Judge/Executive Henry Bertram and Fiscal Court presented 911 Dispatcher Sarah Cookendorfer with a framed Certificate of Outstanding Recognition. Photo by Roger McKinney, Reporter.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Pendleton County Judge/Executive Henry Bertram presented 911 Dispatcher Sarah Cookendorfer with a Certificate of Outstanding Recognition for her completion of 205 hours of Public Safety Basic Training in Academy Class Number 91 offered by the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Department of Criminal Justice Training and for achieving a grade point average of 90.3.

Falmouth man sentenced under Kentucky’s fetal homicide law Print E-mail

By Jim Hannah, Kentucky Enquirer

The first person prosecuted in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties under Kentucky’s 9-year-old fetal homicide law learned his fate Wednesday.

Charles Luke, 30, of Falmouth, was sentenced to 17 years in prison after pleading guilty in Campbell Circuit Court to fetal homicide, wanton endangerment and drunken driving. He will receive credit for the four years he spent in jail waiting for his case to be adjudicated.

Live nativity scene held at Falmouth Christian Church last weekend Print E-mail

A live nativity scene portraying the birth of Jesus Christ was performed Sunday, December 15 on the lawn of the Falmouth Christian Church for everyone to enjoy.

Electrical malfunction the cause of fire on W. Shelby Street Print E-mail

A fire that broke out in an apartment building in Falmouth, destroying two units and smoke damaging several others, has been deemed accidental due to an electrical malfunction according to the state fire marshal who investigated the scene.

Falmouth City Council welcomes citizens to write letters of interest to fill vacated council seat Print E-mail

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Mary Ann Pittman resigned her position as Falmouth City Council Woman effective December 31, 2013. The remaining time of her term is one year. In its last meeting council approved a motion allowing any city citizen to write a letter to Mayor Mark Hart requesting that they be considered as an appointed replacement for Mrs. Pittman.

Snowy weather makes for sledding fun in Falmouth Print E-mail

The snow and freezing temperatures didn't stop Timmy Golden and 7-year-old Nick Klaber from getting out and about on Tuesday, December 10.


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