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Cooperative of Churches to meet Print E-mail

The Pendleton Co-operative of Churches will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 20, at the Flour Creek Christian Church, Hwy 177, Butler.

All county churches  and ministers are invited to attend the meeting, There are so many problems facing God's people today that can and need to be addressed spiritually. Together we can strengthen and bring relief to those around us in need of efforts and prayers.

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One airlifted after accident on U.S. 27 Print E-mail

Pendleton County emergency personnel were dispatched to the scene of a one-vehicle, injury accident a little after 2 p.m. Sunday, March 9.

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Student Taelor McMillin wins first place in statewide writing contest Print E-mail

Taelor McMillin receives her award from Energy and Environmental Cabinet Secretary Len Peters, Division of Conservation director Kim Richardson and Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts Vice President David Rowlett. Photo courtesy of David Hargis, Division of Conservation.

The Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts, in partnership with the Kentucky Farm Bureau, honored the winners of the 2013 Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing Contest.

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Jeans chosen Warm 98 Teacher of the Week Print E-mail


Pictured from left: Haley Carr, Kelsey Peluso, Katie Boggs, Kelsie Byrd, Morgan Purcell, Brittany Ramsey, Billy Lykins, Taylor Barger, James Holder, Art Teacher Debbie Jeans, Dawn Shaefer, Warm 98 Promotion Representative Bob Reilly. Photo by Roger McKinney.

Pendleton County High School Arts and Drama Teacher Debbie Jeans was surprised on Friday, February 27 with a Teacher of the Week Award from Warm 98 FM in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Friends of KET Board recognizes Rep. McKee Print E-mail
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Students celebrate "Read Across America" Print E-mail

Students in Miss Reed's classes at Southern Elementary were visited by Mrs. Barbara Browning on Friday, March 7 to celebrate "Read Across America."

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Children’s Story Hour holds pajama party at library Print E-mail

Story Hour at the Pendleton County Public Library had a pajama day on Friday, February 28.

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Sunshine brings residents outside Print E-mail
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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.

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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.

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