The Kentucky State Police Dry Ridge Post is investigating the death of a Georgetown man that died as a result of an incident that occurred yesterday afternoon in Falmouth, KY.

January 21, 2019 5:06 p.m.

With weathermen predicting the first snowstorm of the winter season and 2019, Pendleton County residents have been cleaning out the local grocery stores while the county is preparing to do what they do best, deal with the fallout.

"Rest assured, that we will be out," Pendleton County Road Supervisor Eddie Rarrieck said.

While so much of the sports coverage hasrightfully been following the story of Dontaie Allen, there were other Pendleton County sports stories that championed their success.
    
    1. Allen becomes Wildcat Basketball all-time leading scorer, passing Talbert Turner, Jr.

One of the greatest lessons that can be learned throughout the journey of life is the ability to adapt with change.

For 18-year-old Pendleton County Wildcats senior basketball star, Dontaie Allen, the changes he would see over the past 365 days proved to be life-altering.

Photo by Beth Moore

With an election year that saw both Butler and Falmouth elect mayors and city councils, the county government positions up for grabs,  and both the state representative and senator running contested races, there were many top stories for Pendleton County.

Photo by Beth Moore
Photo by Beth Moore

Jimmey Pfanstiel, 65

Jimmey Pfanstiel, 65, of DeMossville, passed away Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at his home.

He was born in Covington on April 4, 1949 to the late Benjamin and Obra Brawley Pfanstiel.

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