August 23, 2014

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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.


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.


Carcasses of 49 horses found on farm, 15 malnourished horses taken Print E-mail

The body of this dead horse above was found in the gully on a farm located on KY 177 owned by Larry Browning. Near the dead horse was where 49 horse carcasses were discovered. Photo by D. Dennie.

By Debbie Dennie, Editor

A Pendleton County farmer has been cited for 49 counts of not disposing of an animal carcass (horses)  within 48 hours by Kentucky State Police Trooper Corey Rich. These violations carry a $100 fine per horse.

Two Falmouth men arrested for manufacturing meth Print E-mail

The two-liter plastic bottle above was taken from the residence. It was used to produce meth.

The Pendleton County Sheriff's Office arrested two individuals for Manufacturing Methamphetamine, 1st offense on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.

Local barrel horse trainer Traci Johnting travels to China Print E-mail

Traci Johnting is shown above at the Brother Fortune Equestrian Club on #33, a horse she nicknamed Rosy, taken during her trip to China in 2013. The building behind her in the distance on the left is the indoor arena while on the right is the hotel where she stayed.

By Karen Hyden, Reporter

Little did Traci Johnting dream when she determinedly decided in fifth grade that she was going to be a horse trainer, and that nobody was going to stop her, that her career choice would lead her over 7,000 miles from home.

Redden wins March Madness Contest Print E-mail

Mark Redden was the winner of The Falmouth Outlook and Edwardo's Pizza & Subs March Madness Contest this year. Redden scored 79 points out of a possible 120 and picked 76% of the games correctly.

Falmouth City Council approves time expansion of Sunday liquor sales Print E-mail

Recreation Commission and Fair Board request funding Print E-mail

Give from the heart for Danielle Klaber Print E-mail

Fast approaching is the Easter Celebration and what better time to have a giving spirit than a time when we were given so much. In the spirit of giving, let us consider a family in the midst of a powerful battle, that of Dave and Danielle Klaber and their daughters, Mackenzie and Lilly. As was shared in the April 1, 2014 edition of The Falmouth Outlook, Danielle is dealing with some serious health issues and unable to work as a dispatcher on a regular basis. With added expenses and decreased income at a time when money needs to be the last concern, it isn't. While we're fueling up the Easter Bunny and filling up those Easter baskets, let us reach out to dear folks with generous hearts. Even a small gift can make a difference and can be left at The Falmouth Outlook for the family. Be mindful also of the benefit to be held on April 19 at Plum Creek Christian Church (old building) on U.S. 27.


Community Good Friday Services, April 18 Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Community Good Friday Church Service, sponsored by the Pendleton County Cooperative of Churches, will be held at the Falmouth Baptist Church on Friday, April 18. The service will begin at 1 p.m., but there will be special music prior to the service presented by the wonderfully talented people from several local churches and special guests that will also be part of the service. So come early!

Many of the county's ministers will be conducting the service representing their individual churches as well as the Cooperative of Churches.

Reverend Conrad Hefner of Trinity Southern Baptist Church, will be bringing the message. The youth from Pendleton County High School will also be performing during
the service again this year.

Everyone is invited to attend. Please bring a friend or a relative and sing, praise, and honor our greatest blessed friend and slain Savior, Jesus Christ, on April 18. Don't forget to come early to hear the pre-service concert.

Also, the long, cold winter has been hard on the Cooperative food pantry. If you would like to help out by donating some non-perishable food items, there will be boxes available at the church to collect them.



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