July 25, 2014

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Alex Carson wins EKU award Print E-mail

Alexander Carson, right, of Falmouth, was one of two recipients of the College of Business and Technology Distinguished Senior Award at Eastern Kentucky University’s recent Scholars Assembly.

Falmouth to donate land for animal shelter Print E-mail

Technology report presented to school board Print E-mail

Willy Wonka Jr. coming to KRT Print E-mail

Kincaid Regional Theatre’s annual musical workshop, KRT Kidz, is getting a sticky-sweet confection of “Pure Imagination!”

Webster to hold book signing Print E-mail

Bob Webster, the author of “The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire: The Untold Story behind Kentucky’s Worst Tragedy,” will be talking about and signing his book at 1 p.m., on Saturday, June 7 at the Pendleton County Public Library.

2014 May Primary Results Print E-mail

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Steele earns cheerleading scholarship to Morehead Print E-mail

Pictured above, from left: brother Blake Steele, father John Steele, mother Margie Steele, Madison Steele and Morehead State Cheerleading coach Mark Coleman. Photo by Sam McClanahan.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Last Thursday, May 15, a dream nearly a decade in the making came true for 17-year-old Madison Steele. Surrounded by family and friends, she signed a Letter of Intent to further her education while receiving a cheerleading scholarship to Morehead State University. She becomes the first cheerleader from Pendleton County High School to cheer for the coed squad at MSU.

Grandson and grandfather receive degrees from the University of Kentucky on same day Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook carried the story about Brandon Wilson graduating from the University of Kentucky on May 10, 2014 with a major in history. What made this story so unique was the fact that his grandfather Harrison Wilson II had applied to attend the University of Kentucky in 1946 and was refused entrance.

Licking River RV Campground and Bait Shop now open Print E-mail

A variety of merchandise is available at the Abercrombie Bait and Tackle Shop. Photo by Roger McKinney.

The Licking River RV Campground and Bait Shop will hold its grand opening on Saturday, May 24, 2014 from 11 a.m. until late in the afternoon at 302 KY 22 East Falmouth. The campground officially opened in October of 2013 and the new bait and tackle shop has been operating for the last week or so.

Falmouth awarded $3,850 LEPP Grant Print E-mail
May proclaimed Motorcycle Awareness Month Print E-mail

From left: Magistrate Alan Whaley, Magistrate Gary Veirs, Keith Roberts, Magistrate Bob Fogle, Judge Henry Bertram, Magistrate David Fields. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The fiscal court approved a proclamation that established May as Motorcycle Awareness Month in Pendleton County.


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