April 18, 2014

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Bluegrass Pipeline surveyed at Kincaid without permission Print E-mail

In response to the concern of local leaders and citizens of Pendleton County over the Bluegrass Pipeline Project, a public forum was held on November 18 in the Falmouth courthouse. Citizens who wanted to ask questions were placed on an agenda and given the opportunity to address a Bluegrass Pipeline team.

River Valley Nursing Home wins centerpiece award Print E-mail

Award winning centerpiece. Front row, from left: River Valley Nursing Home Activity Director Robin Mulloy, four Phillip A. Sharp Middle School art students with Lauren Elliot, middle school visual arts instructor. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

At a conference of the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities, that was conducted in mid-November at the Galt House in Louisville, the River Valley Nursing Home of Butler was awarded first place in a state wide centerpiece competition. The theme was nautical in nature and symbolized a light or beacon cast for quality.

Car accident in Boone County claims life of Falmouth woman Print E-mail

Stacey Florence, of Falmouth, lost her life in a vehicular accident  on Tuesday, November 26 when she lost control of her 2004 Pontiac Grand Am and struck a tree on Lebanon-Crittenden Road in the Verona area.

Candidates filing for county offices Print E-mail
Sorrell reappointed to 109 Board Print E-mail

Woodhead to present "Hope for the Holidays" program Print E-mail

Woodhead Funeral Homes & Memorials would like to invite you to their 19th annual holiday program "Hope for the Holidays."

The holidays can be difficult after the death of a loved one. Whether your loss was this year or many years ago, it can be challenging to celebrate the holidays and deal with missing a special person in your life. As you prepare for the upcoming season, come join this program to get some practical suggestions for handling the holidays and honoring your loved one.

"Hope for the Holidays" will be held 2 p.m., Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Pendleton County Cooperative Extension Center, 45 David Pribble Drive, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040.

The guest speaker will be Adrienne Black, program coordinator for Fernside in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Music will be provided by Michelle Faulkner and Penny Wolfe.

This program is free and open to the public.

Reservations are appreciated but not required.

For more information, please call Woodhead Funeral Homes at 859-654-3306 or 859-234-5232.


“Shop With A Cop” fundraiser at Edwardo's Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Sheriff's Office will be having a fundraiser at Edwardo's Pizza and Sub in Falmouth from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4.

The Sheriff's office will be receiving a percentage of the buffet and tips that night. All proceeds that are raised will go directly to the “Shop With A Cop” program. This is a program that the Pendleton County Sheriff's Office has each year for the less fortunate children in our county. Each child is given so much money and they get to go shopping with a law enforcement officer.

Santa will visit the restaurant at 6 p.m. Bring your camera and take pictures of your child with Santa.


White Christmas December 8 Print E-mail

The White Christmas program was started in the early 1900s by the Falmouth Women's Club. The purpose was to help families in the community during the holiday season. In 2012 the Falmouth Rotary Club decided to continue this tradition.

The community is invited to come together again at 7 p.m. on Sunday evening, December 8. The service will involve area choirs and participation from local churches.

Don't miss this! Time and date again are 7 p.m., December 8 at Falmouth Baptist Church.


Harm Reduction Center set to be open December 7 Print E-mail

The Harm Reduction Center at 206 Main Street in Falmouth will be open from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on December 7, 2013. People who may accidentally overdose from a prescription opiate or heroin or who are in a relationship with someone prescribed or using an opiate are encouraged to come to the Harm Reduction Center and learn more about Naloxone. Naloxone can temporarily interrupt an overdose and buy time for medical personnel to arrive. People can recover from addictions, there is no recovery from death.


Happy Thanksgiving! Print E-mail


County conducts Bluegrass Pipeline forum Print E-mail

Pendleton County resident Andrew Coleman remarked to those in attendance and the panel that, "This county sold its soul many, many years ago." Photo compliments Gregory Rust.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

A public forum to discuss the status of the Bluegrass Pipeline Project in Pendleton County was held upstairs in the old Falmouth courthouse on November 18.


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