July 23, 2014

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Breakfast buffet fundraiser Print E-mail

The Falmouth Festival Committee will be having another fundraising breakfast on June 14, due to continued support from citizens of Falmouth and Pendleton County.

The breakfast will be located at Edwardo's Pizza and Subs from 7:30-10:30 a.m.

All proceeds raised are given back to the community for the Fourth of July festivities scheduled for July 5. The committee has worked hard and diligently to give back to their community and have so many prizes to give away...and they owe that all to you...

Mark your calendars, they look forward to seeing you all at their benefit breakfast and the upcoming events for July 5.


Spaulding sworn-in as new Falmouth police officer Print E-mail

From left: Officer Spaulding is sworn in as a Falmouth police officer by County Attorney Jeff Dean. Article and photo by Jackie Vaughn.

County Attorney Jeff Dean administered the oath of office to Falmouth Police Officer Greg Spaulding on Tuesday, May 27 at the Falmouth Police Department.

PCHS Top Ten graduates Print E-mail
Good Citizens Award Print E-mail
Higgins named to Wall of Fame Print E-mail


Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Robbin C. Higgins was born and raised in Falmouth, Kentucky. She attended Falmouth Elementary School, the inaugural class at Southern Elementary School, and is a 1980 honor graduate from Pendleton County Memorial High School.  While in high school, Robbin was Junior and Senior Student Council President, the 1977 Homecoming Princess, a Wildcats cheerleader, and an active member of various school organizations, clubs, and sports programs.

Stahl receives scholarship to cheer at NKU Print E-mail

Eli Stahl signed a Letter of Intent to continue his cheerleading career with the Northern Kentucky University Cheerleading team on Thursday, May 29 at 9:30 a.m. at Pendleton County High School. Pictured from left: Ethan Stahl (brother), Edwin Stahl (father), Janet Stahl (mother), Eli Stahl, and NKU cheerleading coach Shayla Myles-Aaron.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Recent Pendleton County High School grad Eli Stahl has seen his life change dramatically in the past year. Following the encouragement from classmate Madison Steele, the DeMossville native took a chance and has now been the recipient of an athletic scholarship to join the co-ed cheer squad at Northern Kentucky University.

Board approves school system's salary schedule Print E-mail

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Pendleton County Board of Education and Superintendent Anthony Strong discussed the school system’s proposed 2014-2015 salary schedules.

Superintendent Strong reviewed the salary schedules page by page. He invited any questions the board might have regarding the document.

KRT's Production of Willy Wonka Jr. Print E-mail

Ladies and gentlemen the curtain is about ready to go up for the 2014 season of Kincaid Regional Theatre Youth Workshop Production of Willy Wonka. Opening night will be June 14, and evening shows will be June 20, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. Matinees will be June 15, and June 18, at 2 p.m. The cast is pictured above. KRT is located at 500 Chapel Street in Falmouth. For more information call 859-654-2636 or go to www.krtshows.com. Admission is adults $8 and children $5. Bring the family out to enjoy this delightful play.


PCHS Wildcat Basketball Camp Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School Basketball Coaching Staff along with junior varsity and varsity players will be holding a Wildcat Basketball Camp June 16-19 at the high school. There will also be special guests to speak to the campers about their experience playing college basketball and to answer questions.

The purpose of the camp is to introduce, improve, and reinforce the fundamental skills of basketball. There will also be competition among campers for prizes as well as league games.

The camp is organized into two separate instructional sessions to better accommodate the needs of individual campers.

The first session will be for students entering second grade through fifth grade. Camp time will be from 8-11 a.m.

The second session will be for students entering sixth grade through ninth grade. Camp time is from noon - 3 p.m.

Cost of the camp is $50 and includes a T-shirt. Checks or money orders can be made payable to Keaton Belcher, Head Basketball Coach, Pendleton County High School, 2359 Hwy 27 North, Falmouth, KY 41040.

For questions or to pick up a registration form/permission slip please contact Keaton Belcher at 859-322-6327.


Fireworks and festivities July 5 Print E-mail

Festivities for the July 4 celebration are coming up. The Falmouth Festival Committee has announced that the annual parade will take place on Saturday, July 5 in downtown Falmouth. Those that are wanting to be in the parade will meet at Southern Elementary at 2:30 p.m. The parade theme is 'Good Old Red, White, and Blue, stands for me, stands for you!' For information about the parade call Susie Florer at 859-654-5555. There will be a first, second and third overall given. There will be activities going on at the stage on Shelby Street. After the parade the committee has over $2,000 in prizes to be given away. Don't miss this! You could be a winner! Also after the parade there will be free food at the firehouse. Meal includes pulled pork sandwiches, barbecue ribs, cold slaw and chips. At dusk the fireworks will start. Bring a lawn chair and set back and watch. The fireworks will be in the skate park in downtown.


Butler hosts Memorial Day Parade Print E-mail

Pictured above is little Logan Hayslette with his father, Shawn, one of the many veterans being honored at the Butler Memorial Day Celebration. Photo by Roger McKinney.

Services held to honor veterans

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The city of Butler conducted a Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 26, 2014. The tandem movement of so many people and so many vehicles in one direction to celebrate Pendleton County veterans was a beautiful sight to behold.


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