At 9 a.m. this morning, per directions by Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes based on request by Governor Matt Bevin, a recanvas of votes in the gubernatorial race between Bevin and apparent winner Andy Beshear commenced.

Around September, the sounds of basketballs hitting the floors are common in the school gyms across the area. The sounds mean that soon, basketball season will begin, and everyone spends time getting ready to try out and to play for the school team. For the past four years, that sound has meant something more to Katie Wright.

Hanging in the UPIKE gymnasium is a plaque that details the baseball career of Falmouth native Jeff Jones.

On January 1, 2000, a mandate was passed that stated that any eligible veteran could have the honors of a military funeral if that was requested of the family.

Samuel Peoples has spent the past five cross country seasons running up and down slopes of cross country courses, battling injuries off the course and opponents on the course and competing in three KHSAA state cross country meets.

    The Pendleton County Ambulance Board saw its leadership structure receive a jolt in the spring when the Pendleton County Fiscal Court voted to increase the board positions from three to five.

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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