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2014 PC Sheriff's calendars ready for pickup Print E-mail

The 2014 calendars are in at the Pendleton County Sheriff's office and ready to be picked up. If you would like to have one stop by the office and ask for one.

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Police bust meth lab in city limits Print E-mail

Police cruisers surrounded an apartment at 808 W. Shelby Street in Falmouth where officers had a drug bust on November 5. Photo by D. Dennie.

Shawn Richie still on the run

By Debbie Dennie, Editor

The Pendleton County Sheriff's Office and Falmouth Police raided an apartment building at 808 W. Shelby Street in Falmouth around 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5.

Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples said they executed a search warrant on an anonymous tip that people were cooking meth there. “When I arrived at the scene the windows were up on the apartment and I could smell the chemicals used in manufacturing methamphetamine,” said Peoples.

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Grand jury indicts two men Print E-mail
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Burglary suspects arraigned in circuit court Print E-mail

Suspects Jason Parsons, 36, and Michael Lewis, 52, both of Brooksville, were arraigned in Pendleton County Circuit Court on November 6, 2013 on a number of charges pertaining to a rash of home burglaries in Pendleton County between March and August of this year.

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Kentucky Career Center to hold open house Print E-mail

Gateway Community Technical College and the Kentucky Career Center service providers pose for a group portrait. From left, Gateway Community and Technical College Student Specialist Jason Moore, Kentucky Career Center Workforce Development Specialist Julie Kirsch, Kentucky Career Center Point Person and Receptionist Judy Ramsey, Director of Kentucky Career Center and Pendleton County Adult Education JoEllen Mitchell and Kentucky Career Center Employer Services Liaison Douglas Beard. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Kentucky Career Center of Pendleton County will hold an open house from 2-4 p.m. on November 20. The Kentucky Career Center, which was previously known as The One Stop Career Center, is located in the Falmouth School Center on 500 Chapel Street in Falmouth.

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First candidates locally running for office file Print E-mail

Pendleton County voters will vote for county and city offices in May, if incumbents have opposition and on the November ballot. Candidates planning to run for public office in Kentucky next year may begin filing.

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Pipeline easement agreements pose substantial risks to property owners - protect your interests Print E-mail

Your home is your castle. One of the most fundamental rights that we have in our country is the right to possess and protect our home and lands around it.  This concept dates all the way back to 17th century British common law. We value our property for the enjoyment that we gain from using the property as we desire whether that is for raising our children, farming, hunting, fishing or just relaxing in the beauty of a rural area. In many cases, our real estate is our most valuable asset that may provide a means for retirement or an inheritance for our children. It is extremely important that we take all necessary steps to protect our property for ourselves and our families.

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City of Butler "Touch a Truck" big success Print E-mail

The city of Butler held an educational event called "Touch a Truck" on November 2. The event was conducted near the Butler Community Center and was well attended.

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84-year-old great-grandmother hits hole-in-one at Pendleton Country Club Print E-mail

Mrs. Margie Craig of Butler shocked her golfing opponents on Monday, November 4 when she sank a hole-in-one on the 17th hole at the Pendleton Country Club. Witnesses to the event were Margie McGaha, Debbie Fletcher and Gloria Reeckers.

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"Home for the Holidays" community fundraising dinner ~ Nov. 15 Print E-mail

The Falmouth Festival Committee will be holding a "Home for the Holidays" community fundraising dinner at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 15 at the Falmouth Fire Department. Cost is $10 per plate.

The dinner will include: main entrees - chicken or beef tips and noodles, side dishes - mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, green beans, macaroni and cheese, stuffing, and salad. Drinks and dessert will also be served.

Dine-in meals include an entree and all sides and drink. Carry-out meals include main entree, three sides, salad and dessert.

Food catering provided by Sherry Wilcher and Elonda Hinson.

All proceeds raised will be given back to the citizens of the community at the parade festivities on Saturday, November 30. A fun-filled day of fellowship is planned!

Please come and join in for a great cause and excellent food!

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Got questions about Kentucky's new health insurance program? Print E-mail

Kynect is the name for Kentucky’s new health insurance program through the Affordable Care Act. Kynect is here to make it easy for all Kentuckians to get quality health coverage.

John Losey from the Northern KY Community Action Commission (Pendleton County office) will be at the Pendleton County Public Library from 3-4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15 to share information and answer your questions about Kynect.

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