March 2 is the birthday of one of the most beloved writers in America, Dr. Seuss. The author of 46 children's books, he has entertained and educated generations of little ones with imaginative characters, rhyme, and frequent use of anapestic meter.

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State Rep. Tom McKee, center, recently welcomed several Pendleton County residents to his Capitol Annex office.

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In recognition of “National Read Across America Day” on Monday, March 2, Pendleton County Superintendent Anthony Strong and the Pendleton County Student Advisory Council read to students at Southern and Northern Elementary schools.

PCEF Director Betty McKinney presents a check to PCHS Principal Chad Simms.

Pendleton County Education Foundation Director Betty McKinney presented the Character Education Grant check to Pendleton County High School Principal Chad Simms.

The Pendleton County Wildcats defeated Harrison County 73-71 to capture the 2015 38th District Championship. Photo by Sam McClanahan.
PCEF Director Betty McKinney presents a check to PCHS Principal Chad Simms.

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There is good news for Pendleton County residents!  Thanks to a grant from the Petco Foundation, residents of Pendleton County can have their barn cats spayed or neuter

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BILL OCKERMAN

William “Bill” R. Ockerman, 75, of Butler, passed away Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood.

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