Hunter Lea looks for a pitch he could drive and found one off the Newport pitcher. He hit a 3-run shot to left center field that put the Wildcats on the board first.

The Wildcats have kept their winning momentum going with easy wins over Augusta 25-0 and Newport 15-1, but lost out to the weather as they had three games canceled last week.

Hunter Lea looks for a pitch he could drive and found one off the Newport pitcher. He hit a 3-run shot to left center field that put the Wildcats on the board first.

In honor of Child Abuse Awareness Month, the children at Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission - Falmouth Head Start wore blue on Friday, April 10.

Dr. Phillip A. Sharp was the main speaker at the Falmouth Rotary’s 90th anniversary celebration. This concluded a full day of events for the 1993 Nobel Prize winner. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

The Falmouth Rotary Club, founded in 1924, celebrated their 90th anniversary on Friday, April 10 with a banquet and program at Sharp Middle School. A large crowd was in attendance to recognize the club's achievement of 90 years of service to the community. The featured guest speaker for the event was Dr. Phillip A. Sharp.

Dr. Phillip A. Sharp was the main speaker at the Falmouth Rotary’s 90th anniversary celebration. This concluded a full day of events for the 1993 Nobel Prize winner. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Mason Dennie was the winner of the The Falmouth Outlook and Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs March Madness Contest.

The Falmouth Outlook and Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs March Madness Contest is officially over and the 2015 winner is Mason Dennie with 89 points. For his efforts, he received a $25 gas card and coupons for a free one topping pizza every week for a year!

Mason Dennie was the winner of the The Falmouth Outlook and Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs March Madness Contest.
From left: Jeff Daunt and Reverend Darrell Breeden of FIREhouse Ministries. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Mayor Greg McElfresh called the April 6 meeting of the Butler City Council to order followed by the pledge to the flag and prayer by Brother Daryl Mullins. Reverend Darrell Breeden and Jeff Daunt of FIREhouse Ministries presented several requests to council for help with the ever deepening heroin problem in Butler.

From left: Jeff Daunt and Reverend Darrell Breeden of FIREhouse Ministries. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Will Redden drove in two runs in the Wildcats 7-5 win over Harrison County.

Five games into Coach Joe Dean’s tenure as the Wildcat Baseball Varsity coach, he has his first of what is hoped to be many signature wins.  A 7-5 victory over Harrison County.  The first Pendleton win over Harrison County since 2002, a team that featured Nate Jones.

Will Redden drove in two runs in the Wildcats 7-5 win over Harrison County.
Hunter Lea looks for a pitch he could drive and found one off the Newport pitcher. He hit a 3-run shot to left center field that put the Wildcats on the board first.
Dr. Phillip A. Sharp was the main speaker at the Falmouth Rotary’s 90th anniversary celebration. This concluded a full day of events for the 1993 Nobel Prize winner. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
Mason Dennie was the winner of the The Falmouth Outlook and Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs March Madness Contest.
From left: Jeff Daunt and Reverend Darrell Breeden of FIREhouse Ministries. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Will Redden drove in two runs in the Wildcats 7-5 win over Harrison County.

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The Falmouth Outlook News Editor Jackie Vaughn was named the first place winner of the National Newspaper Public Auxiliary Second Quarter Photo Contest in the news category.

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DOROTHY BERTRAM

Dorothy May Bertram, 92, passed away Friday, April 10, 2015 at Robertson County Health Care Facility, Mt. Olivet.

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The Falmouth Lions Club annual Golf Scramble will take place on May 6 at the Northern Kentucky Golf Club (formerly the Pendleton Country Club). Tee off will take place at 1 p.m.