The first time I remember the patriotic feel of rooting for an American athlete was at the 1976 Olympics and cheering for the speed of Sugar Ray Leonard and the missing front teeth smile of Leon Spinks. Both would win the gold medal.
For the first time, Cincinnati soccer fans will have the chance to show the world just how great of a soccer town Cincinnati is becoming as the US Men's Soccer Team plays their second friendly vers
To meet statute requirements, Pendleton County Judge Executive David Fields presented the fiscal court with a draft budget at their last meeting on Tuesday, April 23.
LGEA funds are funds from mineral severance from mines and use of the resources of the state and county.
The Pendleton County Ambulance Taxing District Board represented by Dale Beighle and Phillip Hart, presented a letter signed by Beighle, Gina Adams and Terry Logan, that stated, "It is obvious we w
Throughout the many small town communities of Pendleton County, residents are encouraged to plan a yard sale on Saturday, June 1.
Falmouth City Council gathered on Tuesday, May 2, 2019, in a special meeting to interview three of the five candidates who applied to fill the seat left empty by the untimely death of Councilman S
Twenty-five years ago, Mother’s Day was an unusual one in Pendleton County. May 8th, 1994 was a warm, sunny day. The cars and buses began streaming down Highway 159 sometime around 9:00 a.m.
The 38th District Baseball Tournament will hold first round games on May 18 at 12 p.m. at Nicholas County.
Pendleton County went 1-3 over the past week to bring their overall record to 10-16-1.
A new face will be leading the Pendleton County boys basketball program next season following the announcement that Sam Elsbernd has accepted the head coaching position.