Disturbing news arose from the special called Fiscal Court caucus meeting on Tuesday, May 29, as representatives of the Ambulance District Board, Dale Beighle and Gina Adams, and Ambulance Director Phillip Hart were present to report that the ambulance district did not have the necessary funds to make their June bond payment of $50,000 for the n

    In June of 2018, the Ambulance District Board appeared in front of the Pendleton County Fiscal Court to ask for help in making their $50,000 bond payment for the new headquarters. A lengthy discussion led to several billing issues that were beyond the control of the district board.

    Over the past several years, I have been attending Crossroads Church in Oakley.
    Some have asked me why I attend so far away. It all traces back to a straw that broke the proverbial camel’s back.

From August to May, Pendleton County youth know they will have two meals a day to sustain them thanks to Pendleton County Schools’ move of offering free meals to all students at all grade levels a few years ago through a program called Community Eligibility Provision.

There were no Bill Dance or Hank Parker’s along the banks, but what there were wide eyes, open mouths and shrieks of joy. I spent a couple of hours on Saturday morning along Kincaid Lake enjoying the scenes at the Joey Wells Kid Tournament.

    It’s that time of year where many start to get out and enjoy nature and what it has to offer from hiking to fishing. I like to spend time in my patch growing a few vegetables and tending them throughout the summer in hopes of a tasty return. Spring into summer also means my favorite business in Pendleton County is open.