April 19, 2014

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Two-vehicle accident shuts down U.S. 27 Print E-mail

Pendleton County emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle, injury accident at the intersection  of KY 17 and U.S. 27 at 3:12 p.m., March 25.

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Pendleton County dispatcher in courageous fight for her life Print E-mail

Danielle King-Klaber with husband Dave and children Mackenzie and Lilly.

By Karen Hyden, Reporter

Courage is a word usually reserved for speaking of soldiers on the battlefield, firefighters who risk their lives in burning buildings or police officers who apprehend bad guys. Not for young wives and mothers who live ordinary lives. Tho sometimes those ordinary lives become extraordinary and it is then that the true spirit of a person is revealed.

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Court hosts Pendleton County candidates Print E-mail

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Measure the Candidates, come and meet them Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Farm Bureau will be sponsoring a 'Measure Your Candidate' on April 10, 2014 at the high school. Candidates will be receiving a letter letting them know how this will be conducted.

The Falmouth Outlook will be putting out a Candidates Special Section in the newspaper in early May. We will pass out questions to the candidates that evening of the meet and greet and candidates can fill them out and have them back into the newspaper by April 21 so they can be published in our candidate section. You can also purchase advertising in this issue on those pages.

This will be a great tool to get your name, your ideas and information into every household in Pendleton County.

If you need further information you can call April at 859-445-1187 or Debbie at 859-654-3332. Watch next week's paper for more information.

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Kincaid Lake State Park Job Fair, April 1 Print E-mail

Adecco will be hosting a job fair for Kincaid Lake State Park on Tuesday, April 1 at the Kentucky Career Center, Pendleton County office. The event will be held from 1-4 p.m. at the Falmouth School Center, located at 500 Chapel Street.

Adecco will be hiring for campground staff, grocery store cashiers, dock attendants, golf course landscapers, and maintenance workers.

For more information, call Douglas Beard at (859) 654-3325 ext. 2903 or visit www.nkcareercenter.org.

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BREAKING NEWS: Operation Green Clover sweeps drug dealers off the streets Print E-mail

In a combined effort, the Pendleton County Sheriff's Office, Falmouth Police Department, Butler Police Department and the Kentucky State Police served warrants on individuals already incarcerated in jail and arrested several others early Wednesday morning, March 26 on drug trafficking charges. Thousands of dollars and drugs, including pain pills and heroin, were confiscated during the Operation Green Clover raid. Some individuals have yet to be located. More arrests are to follow. Be sure to check out next week's Falmouth Outlook for names, pictures, charges, and additional information.

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Board of Education to adopt new policies Print E-mail

From left: Mark Ross, Daryl Mullins, Shawn Nordheim, first place Conservation Art contest winner - Emily Graves, fourth place winner - Jade Acuff, Sharp Middle School All State Chorus - Jahziah Jensen, second place winner - Katelin Aulick, third place winner - Kynnedy Higgins, William Verax. Photo by Roger McKinney.

Conservation Art winners recognized

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Superintendent of Pendleton County Schools Anthony Strong pointed out that action was being taken by the Board to adopt new policies. A first reading had taken place to incorporate a sitting student representative as part of the Pendleton County Board of Education. Another first reading had taken place to adopt a code of ethical conduct for school board members.

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Talbert Turner Jr. inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame Print E-mail

Talbert Turner Jr., Wildcat basketball legend, was the first Pendleton County High School athlete inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame.  Talbert Jr., center, is with his parents Mary and Talbert Sr. after the induction ceremony.

“What I became as a player is because of my mom and dad,”  Talbert Turner passed on his success on the Pendleton County hard floor during the 1980s to the support and coaching of his parents, Mary and Talbert Sr.

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Business luncheon at Falmouth School Center Print E-mail

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Last week at the State Capitol Print E-mail

Ice has melted, but snow days still a focus in Frankfort

The green sprouts pushing up through the soil in front of the State Capitol signal that several thousand red and yellow tulips will soon greet visitors like a dazzling welcome mat.

Amid these signs of spring, lawmakers inside the Capitol are still debating one of the big questions left over from a harsh winter: How should school districts make up for the unusually high number of days schools were closed due to snow?

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Outsourcing custodial services in schools explored Print E-mail

Pendleton County School Superintendent Anthony Strong reported at the March 20 regular meeting of the Pendleton County Board of Education that a request for proposals was released on March 19 to explore the possibility of outsourcing custodial services in the four schools.

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