The Champions for a Drug Free Pendleton County sponsored a community block party during the afternoon hours of Sunday, May 3 at the Trinity Baptist Church parking lot in Falmouth. Clubs, churches, and organizations were all on hand to distribute information and help provide a fun, family atmosphere for the community.

Falmouth firefighters were dispatched on Sunday, May 3 to Bishop Ridge Road for the first of two structure fires that occurred within 12 hours of each other. Photo by April DeFalco.

Falmouth firefighters were called out twice in less than 12 hours for a pair of structure fires. The first one happened around 11:30 p.m., Sunday night, May 3 on Bishop Ridge Road in Falmouth.

Falmouth firefighters were dispatched on Sunday, May 3 to Bishop Ridge Road for the first of two structure fires that occurred within 12 hours of each other. Photo by April DeFalco.
Project Grad Coordinator Adam Hall holds the winning duck which had been assigned to Andy Clark. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

To close out the Kentucky Derby weekend in Pendleton County, the PCHS Class of 2015 sponsored a Duck Derby to help support Project Grad, being held after Commencement on Friday, June 5.

Project Grad Coordinator Adam Hall holds the winning duck which had been assigned to Andy Clark. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

Tellers Subs and Such, in the location of the former UKB on the AA Highway, opened its doors for business on May 2. Offering a menu of sub sandwiches, wraps, hand-dipped ice cream, shakes and sundaes, there is also a breakfast menu of breakfast sandwiches and coffee. Hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday; 10 a.m.

From left: Judge Executive David Fields and Chris Gentry - vice director District 4 Kentucky Motorcycle Association. Back row: Magistrates Gary Veirs, Alan Whaley, Bobby Fogle, and Rick Mineer. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Chris Gentry, Vice Director of District 4 of the Kentucky Motorcycle Association presented a proclamation to the Pendleton County Fiscal Court which in turn was signed by Judge Executive David Fields, declaring May 2015 as Motorcycle Awareness Month.

From left: Judge Executive David Fields and Chris Gentry - vice director District 4 Kentucky Motorcycle Association. Back row: Magistrates Gary Veirs, Alan Whaley, Bobby Fogle, and Rick Mineer. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.

In a normal week, most archers would be happy with competing in their first Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) Archery Tournament or winning a state National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) title.  For Pendleton County (PC) archer senior Clint Moore, he combined both into one week.

Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.
Falmouth firefighters were dispatched on Sunday, May 3 to Bishop Ridge Road for the first of two structure fires that occurred within 12 hours of each other. Photo by April DeFalco.
Project Grad Coordinator Adam Hall holds the winning duck which had been assigned to Andy Clark. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
From left: Judge Executive David Fields and Chris Gentry - vice director District 4 Kentucky Motorcycle Association. Back row: Magistrates Gary Veirs, Alan Whaley, Bobby Fogle, and Rick Mineer. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Clint Moore is presented with his NASP State 3D Archery Champion Plaque by KY NASP Director Patrick O’Connell.  He also became the first PC Archer to compete in the KHSAA State Archery Meet.

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The Champions for a Drug Free Pendleton County sponsored a community block party during the afternoon hours of Sunday, May 3 at the Trinity Baptist Church parking lot in Falmouth.

Obituaries

HATTIE DUNN

Hattie Lee Mains Dunn, 78, of Williamstown, formerly of Pendleton County, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood.

Sports

Pendleton County coaching staff and current JV and varsity players will be offering a basketball camp this summer from June 15-18.