Students in the original New Pastime balcony sitting as if watching a movie, front row, from left: Chris Hess, Hailey Wiggins. Back row: Seth Longworth, Gracie Lustenberg. Members of the 2013-14 City Planning group not pictured: Morgan McKinney, Morgan Purcell, Makayla Bennett.

Pendleton County High School freshman students who participated in the 2013-14 GATES City Planning Program made a presentation on June 13 to a panel consisting of Falmouth City Council members and a variety of individuals from the community.

	Owners of the new Primitive Blessings Damian and Mandy Kindle ready to greet each customer with a smile, a warm inviting atmosphere and a unique item for any occasion.

Primitive Blessings, at 105 W. Shelby Street, in downtown Falmouth, held its grand opening on Saturday, September 27. Owners, Damian and Mandy Kindle, were on hand to warmly greet each visitor personally. A custom they intend to continue every day.

The items above show some of the items that Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples picked up off the ground that a suspect dropped while he was running from law enforcement officers.

Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples recovered items for manufacturing methamphetamine from suspects he chased last week.

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How cute is this! The sheep are gathering in Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stinson’s yard on Maple Avenue in Falmouth. They are headed to the Kentucky Wool Festival this weekend, October 3, 4, and 5.

Pictured from left: Seniors McKayla Manor, Amber Blackaby, Hailey Bishop.

Three very special young ladies were recognized on Saturday, September 20 for their dedication and leadership as senior members of the Ladycat soccer team. Coach Myers is proud of this group and insists that they are a huge part of the success of the Ladycats Varsity program over the past few years.  
 

Students in the original New Pastime balcony sitting as if watching a movie, front row, from left: Chris Hess, Hailey Wiggins. Back row: Seth Longworth, Gracie Lustenberg. Members of the 2013-14 City Planning group not pictured: Morgan McKinney, Morgan Purcell, Makayla Bennett.
	Owners of the new Primitive Blessings Damian and Mandy Kindle ready to greet each customer with a smile, a warm inviting atmosphere and a unique item for any occasion.
The items above show some of the items that Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples picked up off the ground that a suspect dropped while he was running from law enforcement officers.
Pictured from left: Seniors McKayla Manor, Amber Blackaby, Hailey Bishop.

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“You all sit a spell and I’ll get Jack,” Mr. Blackford said. When he came back, Mom, Dad, Chloe and I all looked at one another in amazement!

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