July 23, 2014

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Tajci to appear at St. Xavier Print E-mail

Have you ever met a superstar who came clean about her journey from fame to faith? Come experience the gripping musical drama titled, “I Thirst,” about Tajci and her story at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, March 7 at St. Frances Xavier Catholic Church located at 202 Second Street in Falmouth.        
Experience Tajci’s powerful musical portrait of Christ’s passion, forgiveness and love. Awaken to your faith filled joyous self!

Free tickets available at fxconcert@gmail.com or at (859) 654-8358.


Jury indictment correction Print E-mail

The Travis Lonaker that was listed in the Pendleton County Grand Jury indictments in the February 25, 2014 issue of The Falmouth Outlook is not the Travis Lonaker, who is the son of Roger Lonaker of Falmouth.


Black ice blamed for car sliding into creek Print E-mail

A 17-year-old Foster resident, operating a 2004 Mazda 6, four miles east of Butler on Flour Creek Road on February 18, escaped injury when her vehicle slid into a creek and partially submerged.

Sullivan completes wall mural at Pendleton County Public Library Print E-mail

Kirk Sullivan stands beside the large mural he painted inside the new Pendleton County Library in Falmouth. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

By Jackie Vaughn, Reporter

When the Pendleton County Public Library wanted to add some color and entertainment to their "World of Words" children/teen section, they called on local artist Kirk Sullivan of Sullivan Art & Taxidermy in Falmouth to do the job. He recently completed a 12 ft. wall mural titled "Castle in the Garden" that adds to the wonder and enchantment of the facility.

Grand jury brings forth five indictments Print E-mail
Four Wildcat soccer seniors sign to play at KCU Print E-mail

Front row, from left: Max Dewald, CJ Osborne, KCU head coach Jeremy Miller, Cody Hanser, Logan Wilson. Back row: Marty and Jenny Dewald, Tony and Missy Osborne, Tanya and Frank Hanser, Scott and Sandi Wilson.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

History was made last Thursday, February 20, as four soon-to-be Pendleton County High School graduates collectively signed to further their education as well as their athletic careers at Kentucky Christian University.

Board discusses suggested conflict of interest Print E-mail
Dead tree damages some tombstones at Riverside Print E-mail
Sale of liquor by drink on Sundays approved by Council Print E-mail

Falmouth Mayor Mark Hart (right) presents former City Councilwoman May Ann Pittman (left) with a Kentucky Colonel Commission.

Mary Ann Pittman commissioned Kentucky Colonel

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Falmouth City Council cast two historic votes on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, in regard to the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Annual chili supper at Kincaid Park Print E-mail

The annual Kincaid Lake State Park chili supper will be held on Saturday, March 1 at the multi-purpose building at the park.

Festivities are from 5:30-7:30. Come out and socialize and enjoy the delicious chili and some great desserts.

There will be raffles and you could win some nice gifts.

All political candidates are welcome.


Council approves sale of liquor by the drink on Sundays Print E-mail

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Falmouth City Council cast two historic votes on Tuesday, February 10, 2014, in regard to the sale of alcoholic beverages.


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