Little Bella O’Hara holds on to her Mickey Mouse doll that she got at Disney World.

Bella O'Hara, daughter of Mason and Jenna O'Hara,  along with her parents and big brother Kamden recently took a wonderful trip to Walt Disney World Resort.  All thanks to the Make A Wish Foundation and to Heather Brumley and Tina Jones, teachers at Taylor Elementary and Make A Wish volunteers.

The Griggs family as Grease characters

Campers at Kincaid Lake State Park in October of each year go all out decorating their campsites for the Halloween season. The Outlook cameraman caught several of the campers that were dressed up competing in the costume contest and trick or treating.

Front row, from left: Pendleton County Superintendent Anthony Strong, Carolyn Hesler, Linda West, president Phyllis Kelsch, Pendleton County Judge/Executive Henry Bertram, Jo Craig, Carol Caldwell, Betty McKinney, Shirley Merrill, Linda Thornton. Back row: Magistrates Gary Veirs, Alan Whaley, Bob Fogle, David Fields.

The Pendleton County Fiscal Court proclaimed October 19-25 as Retired Teachers Week in Pendleton County. Pendleton County Judge/Executive Henry Bertram said that teachers are a force for good and exert a positive influence on their students.

State Representative Tom McKee visited the Pendleton County Fiscal Court on Monday, October 6 and brought a generous present from Governor Steve Beshear for both the county and city of Falmouth.

The Falmouth Outlook recently traveled to Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts with the Kool Family. Ryan (left) and Raychel (right) Kool of California, Ky. are shown reading The Outlook with their cousin Amanda Kool of Boston, Mass.

Lorax cast and production crew, front row, from left: Daniel Dietrich, Tony Dietrich, Danny Miracle. Middle row: Morgan England, Rebecca Ammerman, Emilie Bertram, Taylor Hacker, Sarah Tackett, Mikinley Grace Lustenberg, Michael English, Anna Dietrich, Bradley Hall, Trinity Beck, Nathan Taylor, Timothy Herald, Seth Longworth. Back row: Madison Knox, Maya Lustenberg, Gennasis Herald, Felicity Showalter, Cody Dawson, Tori Sullivan, Hannah Conrad, Madison Sydnor, Cole Ramsey.

Three performances of “Let it Grow: The Story of the Lorax” were recently staged at the Falmouth School Center in late September. The productions were directed and managed by a crew of ten high school student members of the Pendleton County GATES Program.

Little Bella O’Hara holds on to her Mickey Mouse doll that she got at Disney World.
The Griggs family as Grease characters
Front row, from left: Pendleton County Superintendent Anthony Strong, Carolyn Hesler, Linda West, president Phyllis Kelsch, Pendleton County Judge/Executive Henry Bertram, Jo Craig, Carol Caldwell, Betty McKinney, Shirley Merrill, Linda Thornton. Back row: Magistrates Gary Veirs, Alan Whaley, Bob Fogle, David Fields.
Lorax cast and production crew, front row, from left: Daniel Dietrich, Tony Dietrich, Danny Miracle. Middle row: Morgan England, Rebecca Ammerman, Emilie Bertram, Taylor Hacker, Sarah Tackett, Mikinley Grace Lustenberg, Michael English, Anna Dietrich, Bradley Hall, Trinity Beck, Nathan Taylor, Timothy Herald, Seth Longworth. Back row: Madison Knox, Maya Lustenberg, Gennasis Herald, Felicity Showalter, Cody Dawson, Tori Sullivan, Hannah Conrad, Madison Sydnor, Cole Ramsey.

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Little Bella O’Hara holds on to her Mickey Mouse doll that she got at Disney World.

Bella O'Hara, daughter of Mason and Jenna O'Hara,  along with her parents and big brother Kamden recently took a wonderful trip to Walt Disney World Resort.  All thanks

Obituaries

Carolyn Moreland

Carolyn Doris Moreland, 77, of Phenix City, Ala., passed away Sunday, October 11, 2014 at her home.

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Ladycat Golf coach Timmy Cooper (center) with Holley Hart (left) and Mackenzie Moore (right) at Bowling Green Country Club for the KHSAA Girls Golf State Tournament. They spent part of their fall break making their second appearance in the state tournament and continuing the Ladycat string of eight straight seasons of appearances at the state tournament.

With tee shots in rainy, damp conditions, Ladycat golfers Mackenzie Moore and Holley Hart had an early morning start in the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (K