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KRT presents “It’s a Wonderful Life” Print E-mail

Take someone to see KRT’s Christmas production of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Call 859-654-2636 or go to www.krtshow.com for information. The show runs through Dec. 27, 2013.


More citizens file for offices Print E-mail
American Legion Christmas party, December 22 Print E-mail

Due to a winter storm warning and snow on December 7, forcing a cancellation, the American Legion Post 109, Ladies Auxiliary, and Veterans of Foreign Wars wish to invite all members, veterans and their families to attend a rescheduled Christmas  dinner to be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, December 22 at the old Farm Bureau Building Hall on Main Street. Please bring a covered dish or dessert. Santa will be attending for the children.


Remember that special someone in The Outlook Christmas edition! Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook Christmas edition will be out next week! It will feature special pages that have color photos of Christmas Angels (kids), Baby's First Christmas, Salute to Military, Christmas Pets, and In Loving Memory. The Outlook is also accepting Letters to Santa.

Don’t miss this opportunity to recognize your special someone! Cost for the photos is $12. Deadline to have them in is noon on Tuesday, December 17.

E-mail photos to news@falmouthoutlook.com or mail them to P.O. Box 111, Falmouth, KY 41040. You can also drop them off at the office at 210 Main Street.


Head-on collision with bus sends man to hospital Print E-mail

Pendleton County Chief Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie investigated a two-vehicle injury accident on U.S. 27 near the bottom of Bethel Hill on Thursday, December 5.

Butler Christmas Parade rolls through town Print E-mail

The weather didn't stop the Butler Christmas Parade from making its way through the streets of the town on Saturday, December 7.

Pink snow plow ready to "Plow For A Cause" Print E-mail

Brian Crouch has something that no one else has and you can stop by the Bank of Kentucky starting at 9 a.m. and throughout the day on Friday, December 13 to see this unique pretty pink snow plow!

"Brian has teamed up with the Bank of Kentucky in Falmouth," says Assistant Manager Terri Miller. They will be giving all donations to the Susan B. Komen For the Cure organization. This organization fights to find a cure for breast cancer.

Crouch entered a drawing and won the plow. He will have the pink snow plow at the bank and you can sign the plow and give a donation.

Miller also added that the bank will be having a couple of raffles that day so don't forget to come inside to enter.


Bentley inducted into NKY Boys Soccer Hall of Fame Print E-mail

Wildcat Soccer senior Max Dewald joins former Wildcat soccer coach Tony Bentley. Max was honored for his selection as NKY Honorable Mention Team. Coach Bentley was inducted into the NKY Boys Soccer Hall of Fame. He is sixth on the NKY Boys Soccer coaching win list with 124 victories.

In 1985, there was no Wildcat Soccer program history.  They were in their first year of play and most in Pendleton County knew little to none about the European game of futbol called soccer.

Firefighters battle apartment building fire Print E-mail

Falmouth firefighters and numerous other emergency personnel were dispatched around 8:15 p.m., Wednesday, December 4 to the scene of an apartment building fire on West Shelby Street near the railroad crossing in Falmouth.

Family in need of help from community Print E-mail

A local family lost everything they had in a fire last Wednesday evening, December 4 in Falmouth in the 500 block. The apartment building sits next to the railroad tracks on the east end of town. Fire broke out in the apartment building around 8 p.m. and the building was heavily damaged.

One of the families lost everything they had. They have a little girl. This community is a giving community and the family desperately needs help.

Clothing sizes are: man 32" X 32", medium shirt size, shoes size 8. Ladies 7 pants, medium shirt and shoes size 7. Little girl is 5 pants, 6 shirts and size 9 shoes.
They can also use any kind of furniture that anyone can give. Beds, blankets, toiletries, etc.

Both the parents work at El Paso Restaurant in Falmouth. Please bring any donations you can give to the El Paso Restaurant. Your giving and help will surely be greatly appreciated.


Come visit the Kirsch Family Live Nativity Print E-mail

Join the Kirsch family as they celebrate the birth of Christ with lights and a live nativity.  "And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find a babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger." Luke 2:12

The live nativity will be from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 20, Saturday, Dec. 21 and Sunday, Dec. 22. A camel will join the live nativity on the Saturday and Sunday shows. The nativity is located on Jacobs Road off Highway 10 in North Eastern Pendleton County.

For more information call 859-462-4433 or 859-472-3464.



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