August 22, 2014

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109 Board announces spring clean-up Print E-mail

This year, the Pendleton County Spring Cleanup will be March 28 until May 11. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. on March 22. Signups will be taken by phone calls only. No walk-ins. Permission slips will be needed for children between the ages of eight to 17 and can be obtained from the solid waste coordinator. Groups must be nonprofit and reside in Pendleton County. Any questions may be directed to Fred Edwards, 859-654-1000.


Concealed carry class to be held Print E-mail

There will be a concealed carry class held at 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 29, at the New Hope Church on U.S. 27 and Bishop Ridge Road, four miles south of Falmouth. For more information or to preregister, please call 859-654-4511.


Dinner with the Divas, March 19 Print E-mail

The Kentucky Dirt Divas will be hosting a fundraiser from 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, March 19 at Edwardo's Pizza & Subs in Falmouth.

The all-you-can-eat buffet is $7.99 with a portion of sales and all tips going directly to individual players for their team expenses.

There will be items for silent auction including a Cincinnati Reds basket, a UK basket, an autographed Nate Jones baseball card and more.

The Divas are ready to serve you  and thank you in advance for your continued support!


Car bursts into flames on Ridgeway Ave. Print E-mail

A car being taken to the junkyard burnt up before getting there. Jason Brown of Falmouth was driving a 1999 Chevy Cavalier north on Ridgeway Ave. around 11:30 a.m. on February 26 when it burst into flames.

Lonnie Gregg to retire from Wyatt's SuperValu after 40 years of dedicated service Print E-mail

Lonnie Gregg stands in an old familiar spot - the dairy case at Wyatt’s SuperValu. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

By Jackie Vaughn, Reporter

For 40 years customers shopping at Wyatt's SuperValu have been greeted by a warm and familiar face. Whether it be with a hearty hello, the joke of the day or the latest town news, lifelong Falmouth resident Lonnie Gregg has always been there to make you feel welcome, provide some laughter and assist you in any way he can.

Sharp Middle School program celebrates the arts Print E-mail

Sharp Middle School Art Teacher Lauren Elliott and her art students were honored at the School Board Meeting. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

In the February 20 Board of Education meeting Chairman Mark Ross was out of town and Vice Chairman Dr. William Verax took his place.

Phillip A. Sharp Middle School Principal Rhonda Moore introduced Art Teacher Lauren Elliot and a number of her students, who had produced an exhibit with an animal theme: a horse, a bear, an owl, a wolf, a rabbit, a squirrel and a turkey.

Bakery Feeds receives safety management award Print E-mail

The Bakery Feeds manufacturing plant in Butler, Ky. was presented with the Chairman’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Safety Management for 2013.

Another round of ice and snow Print E-mail

Falmouth city workers from left, Sean Griess, Mike Jacobs and Billy Smallwood shovel snow out from in front of Falmouth City Hall on Monday. Photo by Debbie Dennie.

By Debbie Dennie, Editor

Looking forward to March coming in like a lamb and hoping for a glimpse of spring being just around the corner? Well those thoughts were wiped out quickly Sunday around noon as the rain began freezing on the woven wire fence and the trees.

Pendleton County's favorite poet celebrates 90th birthday Print E-mail

Family and friends threw a surprise birthday party for Pearlie Wright at Howard’s Place on Friday, February 21, 2014.

Walker to hold book signing at library Print E-mail


Pendleton County Public Library will be holding a book signing at 1 p.m., Saturday, March 8, for author Marianne Walker and her book “The Graves County Boys: A Tale of Kentucky Basketball, Perseverance, and the Unlikely Championship of the Cuba Cubs.”


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