April 18, 2014

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Mouth watering barbecue chicken pizza shared by the Amish Cook

By Lovina Eicher

My husband Joe and the boys are hauling manure every chance they get. The manure pile was too frozen to start earlier. Church services will be held here in five weeks so it’s time to get started cleaning up everywhere. The yard needs to be raked but it’s still been too cold to work outside. I’d rather wait until a warmer day to do that.

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Presentation for candidates for public office Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Community Development Office will host a special presentation at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 in the upstairs fiscal courtroom of the courthouse to inform candidates for all city and county offices and the community regarding projects it is currently involved in and will become involved in through the end of 2014. These projects directly affect the residents of Falmouth, Butler and the greater Pendleton County community.

Topics expected to be discussed include, but are not limited to, the following: sewer and water improvements; emergency services improvements; the Gateway Community and Technical College Project; future economic development for the community; community wide leadership development; planning for the future.

The community is encouraged to attend, listen and ask questions regarding the specifics of these and other projects or to offer suggestions for future projects in which the community may become involved.

For more information, please call Bill Mitchell at 859-654-4567.

 
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After passing a budget early last week to run state government for the next two years, the General Assembly all but finished a legislative session that, in many ways, will help keep Kentucky moving forward.

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