TARA NICOLE TURNER

The hunt for a missing Pendleton County woman continues as the community pulls together in search of answers and the woman’s possible whereabouts.

TARA NICOLE TURNER
Amy Hitch and Stan Love are the two possible candidates to fill the vacated seat left by former Councilwoman Jodi Chaplin-Ramey. Photo by Ed Salerno.

At a special called meeting on Wednesday evening February 3, 2016, Falmouth City Council met to interview candidates for a empty position vacated by Jodi Chaplin-Ramey. Mayor Elonda Hinson stated that four applications for the position were submitted but two dropped out. Two candidates remained to be interviewed.

Amy Hitch and Stan Love are the two possible candidates to fill the vacated seat left by former Councilwoman Jodi Chaplin-Ramey. Photo by Ed Salerno.
From left: Corey Hatfield, Doug Beard, and Sharon Valentine. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Once a week, a group of Pendleton County High School seniors gather in the classroom of a thirty year teaching veteran, Sharon Valentine. They hear about what the future holds for them in the real world job market after graduation.

From left: Corey Hatfield, Doug Beard, and Sharon Valentine. Photo by Ed Salerno.
ABBY VOELKER

Abigail Voelker, who has had a general law practice in Butler, since 2009, has been hired as the new city attorney in Butler. She replaces Robert Bathalter. Voelker is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and Chase Law School at Northern Kentucky University.

ABBY VOELKER

Wildcat Freshman Basketball Team finished runner-up in the 38th District Tournament. They beat Nicholas County before falling to Harrison County in the championship game.

Senior Council members, back row, from left: Jared Wolfe, Jacob Johnson, Tori Wanstrath, Mackenzie Moore, Cheyenne Hurston, Trey Roseberry. Front row: Erin Fitzpatrick, Katie Boggs, Morgan Sydnor, Madison Wirth, Carlee Peters, Kaylin Wells.

Pendleton County High School Senior Council will be hosting a quarter auction in the high school cafeteria on February 13, 2016.

Senior Council members, back row, from left: Jared Wolfe, Jacob Johnson, Tori Wanstrath, Mackenzie Moore, Cheyenne Hurston, Trey Roseberry. Front row: Erin Fitzpatrick, Katie Boggs, Morgan Sydnor, Madison Wirth, Carlee Peters, Kaylin Wells.
TARA NICOLE TURNER
Amy Hitch and Stan Love are the two possible candidates to fill the vacated seat left by former Councilwoman Jodi Chaplin-Ramey. Photo by Ed Salerno.
From left: Corey Hatfield, Doug Beard, and Sharon Valentine. Photo by Ed Salerno.
ABBY VOELKER
Senior Council members, back row, from left: Jared Wolfe, Jacob Johnson, Tori Wanstrath, Mackenzie Moore, Cheyenne Hurston, Trey Roseberry. Front row: Erin Fitzpatrick, Katie Boggs, Morgan Sydnor, Madison Wirth, Carlee Peters, Kaylin Wells.

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Obituaries

CAROL AULICK-LYNN

“The Road Not Taken”, by Robert Frost, poignantly represents the life choices which charted the path for Rena Carol Aulick-Lynn, 66, of Paris, KY, formerly of Pendleton County, KY, who passed away

Sports

Wildcat Freshman Basketball Team finished runner-up in the 38th District Tournament. They beat Nicholas County before falling to Harrison County in the championship game.