April 16, 2014

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Snow causes Pendleton County School Board to revise 2013-14 school calendar Print E-mail

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The harsh 2013-2014 winter resulted in the cancellation of 18 days of school in Pendleton County. On February 10 at 7 p.m. the board of education met to decide upon a plan of action that would compensate for the lost time.

Local athlete gets the opportunity to practice with Chicago White Sox pitcher Nate Jones Print E-mail

Pictured above, from left: Dizzy Peyton, Chad Atchley, Nate Jones.

Chad Atchley, Peach Grove, appeared in The Falmouth Outlook last summer when he won the Best Sportsmanship Award at a baseball camp held by NKU. He received an autographed baseball and card signed by White Sox pitcher and Pendleton County native Nate Jones. Since then Chad has longed to meet this pitcher in the hopes that some day, he too, would be pitching in the majors.

Snow lady on Maple says it all - 'Jamaica or bust' Print E-mail

This snow lady that has emerged from all the snow that is around has a sign that I know many could relate to.

Is old wives tale true or false? Print E-mail

“Drive Your Tractor To School Day” Print E-mail

As part of National FFA Week Celebration, Pendleton County FFA students will be participating in the annual “Drive Your Tractor to School Day.” Please take caution and drive carefully to protect the students participating throughout the county.


Redden receives key to the city from Butler mayor Print E-mail

The League of Women Voters Northern Elementary essay winners were recognized at the February 3 Butler City Council. Front row, from left, Madeline Miles, Butler Mayor Alice Smith, Brice Redden, Councilman Jerry Mudd. Back row, Councilwoman Bonnie Bonar, Councilwoman Pat Taylor, Councilman Paul Vanlandingham, Councilman Gerald McElfresh and Councilman David Hopkins. Not pictured, Ethan Caldwell.

Mayor Alice Smith and the Butler City Council paid tribute at their February 3 meeting to the League of Women Voters "What You Would Do If You Were Mayor" essay winners.

It’s a winter wonderland with ice and snow Print E-mail

The snowfall that fell overnight on Feb. 2 was then covered with freezing rain early last Wednesday morning, Feb. 4.

2014 Cupid’s Couples Print E-mail
Gateway Community and Technical College looking to add new tech classes this fall Print E-mail

Falmouth Mayor Mark Hart, Pendleton County School Superintendent Anthony Strong, Pendleton County Gateway Representative Jason Moore and Pendleton County Judge Executive Henry Bertram are shown in the new computer lab at the Pendleton County Center of Gateway Community and Technical College.

The Pendleton County Center of Gateway Community and Technical College has been hard at work in Falmouth!

Pendleton County Board of Education honored Print E-mail

Job description revision approved by 4 over 1 vote

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Student representatives from each of the four Pendleton County schools paid tribute to the Pendleton County Board of Education on the evening of January 28, 2014.

Rep. McKee presents grant to KRT Print E-mail

Arts leaders came from across the Commonwealth to celebrate the public value of the arts and to thank legislators for their continued support of the Kentucky Arts Council. Checks were presented to organizations awarded Kentucky Arts Partnership operational support grants by the arts council in July 2013. Pictured, from left: Mary Michael Corbett, Kentucky Arts Council board chair; Wilma Brown, Kentucky Arts Council board member; Lori Meadows, Kentucky Arts Council executive director; and Rep. Thomas McKee.

State arts leaders gathered January 28 for Arts Day in Kentucky, an annual celebration of the Commonwealth's arts community and the vital roles it plays in the state's livelihood.


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