By Sebastian Ernst
By Mark Haney
Kentucky Farm Bureau President and Chris Perry Kentucky Electric Cooperatives President and CEO
By Mark Hart, Republican
78th District House of Representative
By Thomas Massie, Republican
4th Congressional District Representative
In the Falmouth Outlook series for candidates for Butler City Council, the question was posed to candidates, “Whether the rest of Pendleton County should be wet or dry is on the ballot and
In the Falmouth Outlook series for candidates for Falmouth City Council, the question was posed to candidates, “ Candidates were limited to a 250-word response.
Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams and State Board of Elections Executive Director Jared Dearing announce a partnership with VotingWorks to allow voters who are blind or visually impaired, o
The things I believe we need to first continue forward with is development of housing with property values on a slight decline, but also furthering our infrastructure.
The city utilities have become a source of concern in the last three to four years for good reason.
I want to start of by saying that infrastructure is at the top of my list of issues that the City of Falmouth has.