There rumor is sweeping Facebook like Road Runner escaping a Wile E. Coyote Acme trap.

But according to local officials, there is no truth to the rumor that a mummified baby was found as they tore down an abandoned building in Falmouth.

The Pendleton County Fiscal Court had moved their regularly scheduled meeting from Tuesday, August 14 to Monday, August 13 because of a scheduling conflict and took up the issue of two School Resource Officers in the Pendleton County Schools for the 2018-19 school year.

Falmouth mayor Ron Stinson made it clear that he and the council have heard the people regarding recent electric, water and sewer rate increases. At a special meeting of the Falmouth Council on Wed. Aug.

With Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples and Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie presenting information on the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on two School Resource Officers for Pendleton County Schools and answering questions from the four members of Pendleton County Fiscal Court and Judge Executive David Fields, the six individuals eventually cam

Summer break is rapidly coming to a close as the opening day of school for Pendleton County is Wednesday, August 15. It’s that day that new Superintendent Joe Buerkley returns to the district in which he was a student and an interested parent.

The Falmouth City Council had their first reading of an utility rate increase on July 19, 2018. As with all first readings, no vote is required.

They had a second reading at a meeting on July 26, 2018.

Donald L. Rice, 76

Donald L. Rice, 76, of Butler, passed away June 25, 2018 at his home. He was born in Independence, KY on March 18, 1942, son of the late James F. and Mary L. DeJournett Rice.