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Falmouth city truck stolen from BB's Print E-mail

ALEX BERWANGER

Falmouth Police Officer Mike Coppage responded to the scene of a stolen motor vehicle just before 8 a.m. on Monday, June 30 after a city work truck was taken from the parking lot of a local business.

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W.E. Believe quarter auction Print E-mail

Bryce Croley is enjoying using the Eye Gaze Communication System at the Aaron W. Perlman Center at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Support Bryce Croley this month

By Karen Hyden, Reporter

Miracles sometimes  come in small packages and at 1 lb. 15 ozs., Bryce Croley was definitely a miracle baby. Bryce and his identical twin brother, Cohen, who weighed 2 lbs 12 ozs, were born to Matt and Casey (Wood) Croley on May 17, 2009.

Casey found out at 16 weeks of her pregnancy that her babies had Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS). This is a disease of the placenta that affects identical twin pregnancies. The shared placenta contains abnormal blood vessels, which connect the umbilical cords and circulations of the twins. The common placenta may also be shared unequally by the twins, and one twin may have a share too small to provide the necessary nutrients to grow normally or even survive.

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Grand Jury indicts three Print E-mail
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Man found drowned in kiddie pool on Licking River in Harrison Co. Print E-mail

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Man killed in mobile phone tower accident in Harrison Co. Print E-mail

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KRT presents "All Shook Up" July 5 Print E-mail

Kincaid Regional Theatre is proud to present the musical “All Shook Up” as professional summer production. Chad, a newcomer to a small, stoic, Midwestern town, causes all kinds of trouble when he arrives encouraging the young people to dance and sing and have a good time.

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FBI investigating abuse of U.S. veterans by VA Print E-mail

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Hart makes it two in a row Print E-mail

Holley Hart with her Shark Shootout Champions Plaque at Elks Run Golf Club. The sophomore navigated the tough course, dodging numerous water hazards and sand bunkers to win the tournament and qualify for the 7Up Tour Championship later in July.

After winning the two-day NKY Jr. Amateur, Holley Hart made it two in a row on the 7Up Tour for two-day tournaments as she claimed the Shark Shootout at Elks Run Golf Course.

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The true meaning of the Fourth of July Print E-mail
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Youth fair pageants and baby show info Print E-mail

This year, the Pendleton County Youth Fair will be held July 19-27. Any event, registration forms or other information about what is going on, can be found at the website pcyouthfair.com. The deadline to be in any of the pageants at this year's Pendleton County Youth Fair are listed below.

For additional information for any of the pageants you can call Lisa Wiggins at 859-322-1304.

Miss Pendleton County Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 21. Entry fee of $50 is due on or before July 13. All registration forms, proof of age, and proof of residency must be turned into the pageant committee by Sunday, July 13, 2014. Practice is scheduled for 4 p.m. July 13 at the Griffin Centre.

Miss Teen Pendleton County Pageant will be held at 8 p.m. on Tues., July 22. Practice is at 3 p.m. on July 13.

Miss Pre-Teen Pendleton County Pageant will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tues., July 22. Entry fee is $40. Practice is scheduled for 2 p.m. on July 13.

Little Mister and Miss Contest will be held at 6 p.m. on Thurs., July 24. Entry fee is $25. Contestants need to be at the Griffin Centre by 5 p.m. already dressed for interview.

Cutie Pie Contest will be held at 7 p.m. on Thurs., July 24. Entry fee is $5. Contestants need to be at the Griffin Centre by 5 p.m. already dressed for interview.

The Baby Show will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 23. Jean Rapp is the committee member in charge. Pre-registration is required. Entry fee $5. Register is available online at: www.bit.ly/pcyfpageants Any other information you can 859-322-3386.

Due to an increasing number of phone calls and questions to the office, The Falmouth Outlook would like to inform readers that the newspaper was not involved with the production of the 2014 Pendleton County Youth Fair books or the distribution of them.

In order to get a fair book you will have to visit the Pendleton County Extension Office at 859-654-3395 or local businesses in the area where they will be available for you to pick up.

The newspaper will however be printing the schedule of events, times, etc. in the July 8 issue.

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Gov. Beshear announces ‘Safe Routes to School’ funding for Falmouth Print E-mail
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