September 1, 2014

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Hammer Strength celebrates 25 years of business in Falmouth Print E-mail

From left: Hammer Strength Plant Manager Brian Addington; Life Fitness VP of the Americas Business Unit Tim McCarthy; CEO of Brunswick Corporation Dusty McCoy; Hammer Strength Founder Gary Jones; President of Life Fitness Chris Clawson;  Director of Strength Product Management at Life Fitness Greg Highsmith; Life Fitness VP of Marketing, Product and Business Development Dan Wille; Life Fitness VP of Global Operations Kris Neff. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The inventor/founding father, the head of the parent company, administrators, the local management team and the 100 Hammer Strength plant employees celebrated 25 years of successful business on June 2, 2014 at 188 Hammer Drive in Falmouth, Kentucky.

Grand Jury indicts twelve individuals Print E-mail
Benefit for Cogswell Print E-mail

Stop by the Falmouth Firehouse from 4-8 p.m., Saturday, June 28, 2014 for some food, fun, raffles and music!

Please join this fundraising benefit in order to support Cheyenne Cogswell who is suffering from Scleroderma. Music will be provided by Tom & Karen's Karaoke/DJ, so bring the whole family for a enjoyable Saturday night, all for a good cause!


John Rarreick Dedication huge success Print E-mail

One of the impressive things at this celebration was the folding of the flag. Frank Hussung looks on as the narrator describes the meaning of each fold as it happens before presentation to the family.

The celebration honoring Congressional Medal of Honor Winner John Rarreick on Saturday, June 7 was attended by nearly 100 visitors to Bethel Church Historic Kentucky Landmark.

Relay For Life helps mark a world with more birthdays Print E-mail

Walkers will go around the clock on Friday, June 20 in the battle against cancer when the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Pendleton County gets underway. When teams gather at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds at 7 p.m. participants will be helping the Society raise funds for cancer research and outreach programs.

Falmouth Police help children learn bicycle safety rules Print E-mail

The children above are enjoying all the activities going on at the summer recreation program. For many years Falmouth Police have volunteered their time to help teach the children to learn how to ride their bicycles safely. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

Twenty-three children from the Pendleton County Summer Recreation Program enjoyed the 13th Bicycle Rodeo, held by the Falmouth Police Department, on Thursday, June 12, in Falmouth.

Council appoints flood plain coordinator Print E-mail

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Falmouth City Council approved an ordinance amendment that makes Brian Thompson the new flood plain coordinator replacing Terry England in that position.

Court approves hiring of summer program employee Print E-mail

Single vehicle accident on U.S. 27 Print E-mail

A 23-year-old Pendleton County woman escaped serious injury when her vehicle left the roadway, hit an embankment and overturned on its top five miles south of Falmouth on June 13.

I would do it again in a heartbeat... Print E-mail

Teresa Rick is a 911 dispatch supervisor for Pendleton County.  She is proud of her work, but admits it is hard to leave her job back at the office. "I will be at a school game for one of my children and hear the police or ambulance run past and wonder where they are going. When your job deals with saving people, how can you just turn that off?"

Mudd resigns as city councilman Print E-mail

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