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    Three Rivers Health Department released two documents that announced a second COVID-19 case in Pendleton County and a second that laid out the response timeline of the two Pendleton County cases as well as two cases in other parts of their district.

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    While it has been widely thought that the coronavirus was in Pendleton County but just not a confirmed, diagnosed case, we now know it is officially here.
    Three Rivers Health Department released a statement on Monday afternoon verifying that a case had been confirmed.

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    With all the talk of the 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) surrounding us, we can look back to the 1918 Spanish Influenza and see similarities and maybe some differences. That is, in how we, as a county, have handled them both.  But first, a little background information.

With both Kentucky and Pendleton County declared a state of emergency, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson released a directive on Thursday, March 26 concerning Falmouth.

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A mid-30s, dark-haired, white male entered Wells Market wishing to pay for his $10 in gas with a $100 bill. Tina Rodgers who was working behind the counter noticed the bill just did not feel or look right and refused to accept it. She did not return the bill and he fled.

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There was bad news Thursday from the jobs market, as roughly 3 million Americans – including almost 50,000 Kentuckians – filed for unemployment last week, labor department data shows.

The grim tally shatters the previous weekly record of 695,000 in October 1982, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

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We're All Ears!

“You all sit a spell and I’ll get Jack,” Mr. Blackford said. When he came back, Mom, Dad, Chloe and I all looked at one another in amazement!

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