April 19, 2014

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Gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast on your X-mas list Print E-mail

The Kentucky Afield Outdoor Calendar is a unique gift for the angler, hunter, nature lover or any other outdoor enthusiast in your circle of friends and family. Subscribers to Kentucky Afield, the official magazine of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, deeply appreciate the hunting season dates, practical hunting and fishing tips and interesting notes about nature contained in the nationally award winning calendar that comes with their subscription.

Wildcats fall to Covington Catholic/Notre Dame Academy Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Bowling team traveled to Erlanger’s Super Bowl to face Covington Catholic (boys) and Notre Dame Academy (girls) on Thursday, December 5.

"AlleyCats" fall short against Brossart Print E-mail

The Pendleton County bowling squads traveled to Alexandria’s Southern Lanes to face Bishop Brossart last week. This was a makeup match from the prior week, as Pendleton County had "Meet the Team" duties.

Did you know assaulting an official/coach is a felony? Print E-mail

In Utah, a teen soccer player punches the official after a yellow card and the official slips into a coma and a week later dies. In New Jersey, a youth baseball coach pleaded guilty to third-degree assault after an attack on an umpire that left him with a fractured skull, extensive dental injuries and hearing loss.

The Gallagher kids have productive hunting season Print E-mail
New harvest record set for modern gun season; potential for new record overall deer harvest Print E-mail

Kentucky deer hunters set a harvest record of 101,076 deer during the 16-day modern gun deer season that concluded Nov. 24. Kentucky is on pace to set another overall deer harvest record.

Monroe providing offensive spark for Transy Print E-mail


By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

In the early going of his freshman season at Transylvania, former Wildcat standout Mason Monroe has made quite the transition to collegiate competition while averaging double-figure scoring for the Pioneers.

Bowling team comes up short against Campbell Co. Print E-mail

Mikalla Thomas is a member of the Ladycat Bowling team that scored their first point in a match with a victory over Campbell County in a Baker's Dozen game.

The bowling team competed in its second match of the young season at Southern Lanes against the defending regional champion, the Campbell County Camels. The Cats knew going in that it would take a strong effort to win the match, and bowled well all evening only to come up short.

Wildcats wrap up fourth season under Brown Print E-mail

As the Pendleton County Wildcats football squad wrapped up its 2013 season, head coach Terry Brown reflected back and gave his thoughts on the campaign.

Breeden takes first deer Print E-mail

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