“Everything that comes across the desk, so to speak, affects the district,” Wil Schroder, Kentucky Senator for the 24th District said about the varied district he represents and seeks to continue serving. The district includes Campbell, Bracken and Pendleton counties, and those counties ask the senator to study rural and urban issues.

With a district that extends from the urban area of Newport, Dayton and Bellevue to the rural areas of Bracken and Pendleton counties, Rachel Roberts believes her life story fits perfect ly with the 24th District Senate seat.

    The former Marine, Sebastian Ernst, is looking to bring his passion for the downtown area of Falmouth to its lead political seat of mayor.
     “I could have gone anywhere, but I came back home,” said Ernst. He married his childhood sweetheart during his tour with the Marines.

    Ron and Carla Stinson are an example of the family that Falmouth needs to move into the community.
    After graduating from college, the geology major headed out west, talking to oil companies.

    After 20 plus years of serving Pendleton County in the sheriff’s office, Deputy Sheriff Todd Dennie is looking to step up to the lead role of sheriff.

    Brian McCann has had a long journey from graduating from Pendleton County High School in 1995 to seeking the Pendleton County Sheriff position, but it is a journey that he feels makes him uniquely qualified for the position.

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.

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