The two little boys pictured above weren’t so sure about sitting down and having their picture taken with the famous Mr. Scarecrow at this year’s Kentucky Wool Festival. Joey Daines and Grant Brockman kept a close eye on their ne-found friend, knowing something just wasn’t right about the mysterious character. Photo by Debbie Dennie.

The 2017 Kentucky Wool Festival marked the 35th year of existence for the annual October event and each one just seems to get bigger and better. Festival-goers enjoyed warm, sunny weather on Friday, Oct. 6 and Saturday, Oct. 7 with both days seeing near-record crowds.

The two little boys pictured above weren’t so sure about sitting down and having their picture taken with the famous Mr. Scarecrow at this year’s Kentucky Wool Festival. Joey Daines and Grant Brockman kept a close eye on their ne-found friend, knowing something just wasn’t right about the mysterious character. Photo by Debbie Dennie.
GREG SYDNOR

One fish avoided the net that was cast by law enforcement when Todd Ramsey's home on Maple Avenue was raided Thursday, August 3, 2017. Greg Sydnor has been on the lamb since with police searching for him.

GREG SYDNOR
From left: Raeqwon Currie, Briegh Soto, Kennedy Pugh, Fisher Hurst, Taylor Harmon, Amelia Franxman, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson, Anna Askren, Alex Tillett, and Shelby Johnson.

Students from Pendleton County High School Senior Council and Student Council joined efforts with Falmouth City Council and other community members on Sunday, October 1, to help beautify the city.

From left: Raeqwon Currie, Briegh Soto, Kennedy Pugh, Fisher Hurst, Taylor Harmon, Amelia Franxman, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson, Anna Askren, Alex Tillett, and Shelby Johnson.
The 2017 Kentucky Wool Festival will be held this weekend, Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8, on the grounds near the entrance to Kincaid Lake State Park. This marks the 35th year for the popular fall event.

It is so hard to imagine that The Kentucky Wool Festival is 35 years old. Seems like yesterday that an interested contingent of locals came together to create something positive for our City and County. As I marvel at the progress today in promotion of Falmouth and Pendleton County, I can’t help but think of the early 1980s wh

The 2017 Kentucky Wool Festival will be held this weekend, Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8, on the grounds near the entrance to Kincaid Lake State Park. This marks the 35th year for the popular fall event.
Pendleton County School Board and new employees, front row, from left: Stacey Erne, Tonya Cummins, Stephanie Prince, Moriah Conrad, Anita Brown, Shelby Woods, Haley Slover. Back row: Allan Kline, Brett Wilburn, Board Members Karen Delaney, Cheri Griffin, Amelia Franxman, Jodi Bertram and Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Angela Albaugh, Brian Duncan. Photo by Ed Salerno.

In the action agenda of the Sept. 21, 2017, School Board Meeting, Jan Johnson, Executive Director Finance and Personnel, presented the working budget. She did a thorough job of clarifying the countless details and providing a neat summary of the various funds and their use.

Pendleton County School Board and new employees, front row, from left: Stacey Erne, Tonya Cummins, Stephanie Prince, Moriah Conrad, Anita Brown, Shelby Woods, Haley Slover. Back row: Allan Kline, Brett Wilburn, Board Members Karen Delaney, Cheri Griffin, Amelia Franxman, Jodi Bertram and Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Angela Albaugh, Brian Duncan. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Local artist Dustin Yelton has painted a scenic mural on the brickwork near the office of the Falmouth Housing Authority.

The Housing Authority of Falmouth has received some fresh new scenery in the form of colorful artwork near the main office on Beech Street.

Local artist Dustin Yelton used his considerable talents to paint a mural on brick canvas which shows a family walking hand in hand down a path toward their new home.

Local artist Dustin Yelton has painted a scenic mural on the brickwork near the office of the Falmouth Housing Authority.
The two little boys pictured above weren’t so sure about sitting down and having their picture taken with the famous Mr. Scarecrow at this year’s Kentucky Wool Festival. Joey Daines and Grant Brockman kept a close eye on their ne-found friend, knowing something just wasn’t right about the mysterious character. Photo by Debbie Dennie.
GREG SYDNOR
From left: Raeqwon Currie, Briegh Soto, Kennedy Pugh, Fisher Hurst, Taylor Harmon, Amelia Franxman, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson, Anna Askren, Alex Tillett, and Shelby Johnson.
The 2017 Kentucky Wool Festival will be held this weekend, Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8, on the grounds near the entrance to Kincaid Lake State Park. This marks the 35th year for the popular fall event.
Pendleton County School Board and new employees, front row, from left: Stacey Erne, Tonya Cummins, Stephanie Prince, Moriah Conrad, Anita Brown, Shelby Woods, Haley Slover. Back row: Allan Kline, Brett Wilburn, Board Members Karen Delaney, Cheri Griffin, Amelia Franxman, Jodi Bertram and Dr. Shawn Nordheim, Angela Albaugh, Brian Duncan. Photo by Ed Salerno.
Local artist Dustin Yelton has painted a scenic mural on the brickwork near the office of the Falmouth Housing Authority.

Curtis Sandy, 68

Curtis Sandy, 68, of Falmouth, passed away on Saturday, February 11, 2017.     

Funeral arrangements are pending with Woodhead Funeral Home, Falmouth.              

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