Pendleton Baseball honored their eight seniors before their 11-1 victory over St. Patrick on Tuesday, May 12.  From left: Jonah Smith, Will Redden, Kenton Hornbeck, Hunter Lea, James Wolfe, Robbie Gaskins, Josh Brown and Mack Ramsey.

In baseball parlance, a team “walks off” when in their last at bat, they score the winning run to end the game.

Pendleton Baseball honored their eight seniors before their 11-1 victory over St. Patrick on Tuesday, May 12.  From left: Jonah Smith, Will Redden, Kenton Hornbeck, Hunter Lea, James Wolfe, Robbie Gaskins, Josh Brown and Mack Ramsey.

The Pendleton County Extension Office will be hosting a “Shop Like a Local” challenge beginning June 1, and running through August 31. Monthly awards will be given and participants are encouraged to participate all three months.

The contest is very simple. Each month (June, July, August):

Cancer survivors prepare to “celebrate life” with a victory lap at the Relay For Life event held on Saturday, May 16 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Pendleton County put the “fun” in "fundraising" during its first-event day event on Saturday, May 16, at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Though weather brought some unexpected shifts, the event continued with the ultimate result in mind.

Cancer survivors prepare to “celebrate life” with a victory lap at the Relay For Life event held on Saturday, May 16 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Robbie Gaskins (standing) addresses his teammates, family and friends who had gathered to watch him sign a Letter of Intent to continue his baseball career at Alice Lloyd College. With him, from left: Katie Gaskins, Alice Lloyd Assistant Coach David Hatfield, Dorothy Dennie (mother), Pendleton County Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie (stepfather).

A spring ritual as consistent as the crack of the bat, cheer of the crowd and wet baseball fields, Pendleton County athletes make their choice of where they are going to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Robbie Gaskins (standing) addresses his teammates, family and friends who had gathered to watch him sign a Letter of Intent to continue his baseball career at Alice Lloyd College. With him, from left: Katie Gaskins, Alice Lloyd Assistant Coach David Hatfield, Dorothy Dennie (mother), Pendleton County Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie (stepfather).
Front row, from left: Trinity Head Coach Brandon Nicol, Patrick McCain, (signing his letter of intent), Trinity Assistant Coach Trey Clarkson. Back row: Patrick’s family, Kris (mom), Kelsey (sister), Dan (dad).

Patrick McCain, along with his family, traveled on Friday, May 8, 2015, to Palos Heights, Illinois to sign an Athletic Scholarship Award Acceptance Form to play basketball for Trinity Christian College. Patrick and his family are very excited that he will be continuing his basketball career at the collegiate level.

Front row, from left: Trinity Head Coach Brandon Nicol, Patrick McCain, (signing his letter of intent), Trinity Assistant Coach Trey Clarkson. Back row: Patrick’s family, Kris (mom), Kelsey (sister), Dan (dad).

Melinda's Wholesale Primitives, located at 89 Tate Lane (across from Ducker's Wood) in Butler, specializes in crafts that have a rustic or old-time look to them.

Pendleton Baseball honored their eight seniors before their 11-1 victory over St. Patrick on Tuesday, May 12.  From left: Jonah Smith, Will Redden, Kenton Hornbeck, Hunter Lea, James Wolfe, Robbie Gaskins, Josh Brown and Mack Ramsey.
Cancer survivors prepare to “celebrate life” with a victory lap at the Relay For Life event held on Saturday, May 16 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Robbie Gaskins (standing) addresses his teammates, family and friends who had gathered to watch him sign a Letter of Intent to continue his baseball career at Alice Lloyd College. With him, from left: Katie Gaskins, Alice Lloyd Assistant Coach David Hatfield, Dorothy Dennie (mother), Pendleton County Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie (stepfather).
Front row, from left: Trinity Head Coach Brandon Nicol, Patrick McCain, (signing his letter of intent), Trinity Assistant Coach Trey Clarkson. Back row: Patrick’s family, Kris (mom), Kelsey (sister), Dan (dad).

Garden Party

The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission is excited to announce that there will be a garden project again this year on Friday, May 29, 2015.

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The American Legion, Post 109, Falmouth, Ky. shall hold a Memorial Day Service at their post located at Montjoy and Second streets commencing at 1 p.m.

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