July 23, 2014

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Local students do their part in keeping PC clean
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A reminder for citizens to think twice before littering
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Sen. Katie Stine reviews Kentucky congressional week

It has been a good week for Northern Kentucky, as we celebrated a highly successful attraction in the Newport Aquarium’s 15th anniversary, and the news of future events that will bring in thousands of visitors to our region.

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“Disability”

Disability may be defined as the inability to pursue an occupation because of a physical or mental impairment.

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Losing one’s mate in marriage to death

Warning: this rabbi is not for persons under fifty years of age!

When a couple marry in their early twenties, the thought that one day, when they are old, that one of the two will become ill and pass on before the other seldom enters their minds. We blithely assume we will age together and ride off into the sunset, holding hands. Unfortunately, it seldom works like this!

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Citizen considers first Lincoln/Reagan dinner a success
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St. Francis Xavier Parish expresses gratitude toward PC
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Falmouth man recognized as being outstanding
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County to spray grass at memorial Print E-mail

In regards to questions concerning the grass at the Veterans Memorial in the courtyard square, Pendleton County Judge Executive Henry Bertram issued the following statement:

"The county has contracted to spray the grass/weeds at the Veterans Memorial on Shelby Street so that sod can be put down. Last fall, the weeds overtook most of the grass. The new sod will be placed in the park before Memorial Day."

 
Brunch Worthy Bacon Jam Spread
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