April 20, 2014

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Knoxville Baptist Youth gathered 17 bags of trash Print E-mail
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PCHS Student Council help to beautify our community Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

On Sunday, October 20, 2013 the Pendleton County High School Student Council picked up trash on Highway 22 near Camp Northward towards the Bracken County line. Nine miles were covered in about three hours.

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4-H Young Riders pick up trash Print E-mail
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The Karen Davis Homemakers participate in fall litter clean up Print E-mail
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Knoxville Christian aids in litter pick up Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

Last week, the Knoxville Christian Church and I picked up trash on Center Ridge Road. We were surprised at the amount of trash on the sides of the road. We collected 19 bags of trash. Please be more caution of where you throw your trash. We don't want our earth to get any sicker.

Rylie Madison King

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Scam alert concerning Ky. fire and EMS Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

There have been several calls made in the area regarding raising money for Kentucky Firefighters Emergency Medical Supplies. They state that they are raising money to supply Kentucky fire departments with EMS supplies and that they are concentrating on whatever area you live in. We received such a call yesterday stating they were concentrating on the Alexandria area but the money was for all Kentucky fire departments.

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Ladycat Basketball Team picks up trash on 22 Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Fred Edwards, the 109 Board, and the Ky. Transportation Department for allowing the Pendleton County High School Ladycat Basketball team to adopt Highway 22 for trash pick-up. We conducted our first pick-up on Saturday, September 28. There were 12 Ladycat basketball players, two coaches and eight adults who picked up 30 bags of trash for 10 miles on Highway 22 West.

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Litter clean up by Boy Scouts Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

On September 29, 2013 the Boy Scout troop 806 of Pendleton County participated in a trash pick-up on Highway 17. We picked a total of 49 bags in ten miles.

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Butler Baptist trash pick-up Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

On October 5, 2013 eighteen members including two youth from the Butler Baptist Church Wellness and Youth program picked up trash along West Highway 177. We were amazed about just how much trash there was.

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Bluegrass Pipeline developers agree to open discussion with the community Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

I owe a debt of gratitude to Judge Bertram and the fiscal court for finally persuading the Bluegrass Pipeline developers to participate in a truly open discussion, directly with the people affected. I urge everyone in our county to attend and seek answers to their questions. Williams/Boardwalk has not been exactly brimming with proposed benefits to our county, or to Kentucky as a whole.

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