The streets of Falmouth were packed with people for the Second Annual Ewenique Art Walk on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The event saw a large rise in attendance from the first year. The Art Walk is presented by the Pendleton County Tourism Council. Photo by Jeff Carson.

It has been decades since the streets of Downtown Falmouth were alive with crowds of residents and visitors alike.

The streets of Falmouth were packed with people for the Second Annual Ewenique Art Walk on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The event saw a large rise in attendance from the first year. The Art Walk is presented by the Pendleton County Tourism Council. Photo by Jeff Carson.
Rachael King-Burriss’ sheep was decorated with a patriotic theme and was decked out in red, white and blue.

The Pendleton County Tourism Council (PCTC) was met with enthusiastic cheers as they herded sheep into Downtown Falmouth this past Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at the Second Annual Ewenique Art Walk. Yes, you heard that right - sheep!

Rachael King-Burriss’ sheep was decorated with a patriotic theme and was decked out in red, white and blue.
Front row, from left: Ed Thornton, Dr. Owen Collins, Logan Pennington, Donna Pennington, Haley Bennett. Second row: Julie Wood, Janet Scanlon, JoEllen Mitchell, Mary Hillenmeyer, Dan Woodhead, Janelle Gardner-Cox Back row: Dr. Anthony Strong, Matt Shafer, Glenn Pennington, and Cohen Copley.

The Falmouth Rotary awarded three Linda’s Legacy scholarships to current high school students that are enrolled in dual credit classes. These students are taking classes that will count for both high school and college credits.

Front row, from left: Ed Thornton, Dr. Owen Collins, Logan Pennington, Donna Pennington, Haley Bennett. Second row: Julie Wood, Janet Scanlon, JoEllen Mitchell, Mary Hillenmeyer, Dan Woodhead, Janelle Gardner-Cox Back row: Dr. Anthony Strong, Matt Shafer, Glenn Pennington, and Cohen Copley.
Falmouth City Councilman Alex Carson was the first witness called to the stand in the impeachment trial against Mayor Elonda Hinson. Photo by Ed Salerno.

Falmouth City Councilman Alex Carson was the first witness called in the impeachment hearing of Falmouth Mayor Elonda Hinson. The hearing scheduled for Monday, August 28 and 29, 2017 was held at the Old Court House in Falmouth with Retired Judge Robert McGinnis presiding.

Falmouth City Councilman Alex Carson was the first witness called to the stand in the impeachment trial against Mayor Elonda Hinson. Photo by Ed Salerno.
From left: Lindie Huffman, County Agriculture Agent, Jeff Pettit, PC President Farmers’ Market, owner Faith Acres Farm, Sara Pettit, Pendleton County Farmers Market President, owner Faith Acres Farm, Lydia, London, Martha and Brent Gosney, owners Double L Farms.

A feast it truly was. Yes, this year's Farmer’s Feast fundraiser for the Pendleton County Farmers’ Market held at Double L Farms, 3769 Highway 330 West, in Falmouth, Kentucky on Saturday, August 26, 2017, was a “Feast” in several respects.

From left: Lindie Huffman, County Agriculture Agent, Jeff Pettit, PC President Farmers’ Market, owner Faith Acres Farm, Sara Pettit, Pendleton County Farmers Market President, owner Faith Acres Farm, Lydia, London, Martha and Brent Gosney, owners Double L Farms.
Mackenzie Arrasmith, an employee of Honey Hill Petting Zoo, leads “Amos the Donkey” out on the field to meet Cincinnati Reds All-Star shortstop Zack Cozart at Great American Ball Park.

Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart earned a starting nod in the 2017 MLB All-Star game from the fans and got a donkey from teammate and fellow All-Star Joey Votto. A donkey being trained and raised right here in Pendleton County at Honey Hill Petting Zoo.

Mackenzie Arrasmith, an employee of Honey Hill Petting Zoo, leads “Amos the Donkey” out on the field to meet Cincinnati Reds All-Star shortstop Zack Cozart at Great American Ball Park.
The streets of Falmouth were packed with people for the Second Annual Ewenique Art Walk on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The event saw a large rise in attendance from the first year. The Art Walk is presented by the Pendleton County Tourism Council. Photo by Jeff Carson.
Rachael King-Burriss’ sheep was decorated with a patriotic theme and was decked out in red, white and blue.
Front row, from left: Ed Thornton, Dr. Owen Collins, Logan Pennington, Donna Pennington, Haley Bennett. Second row: Julie Wood, Janet Scanlon, JoEllen Mitchell, Mary Hillenmeyer, Dan Woodhead, Janelle Gardner-Cox Back row: Dr. Anthony Strong, Matt Shafer, Glenn Pennington, and Cohen Copley.
Falmouth City Councilman Alex Carson was the first witness called to the stand in the impeachment trial against Mayor Elonda Hinson. Photo by Ed Salerno.
From left: Lindie Huffman, County Agriculture Agent, Jeff Pettit, PC President Farmers’ Market, owner Faith Acres Farm, Sara Pettit, Pendleton County Farmers Market President, owner Faith Acres Farm, Lydia, London, Martha and Brent Gosney, owners Double L Farms.
Mackenzie Arrasmith, an employee of Honey Hill Petting Zoo, leads “Amos the Donkey” out on the field to meet Cincinnati Reds All-Star shortstop Zack Cozart at Great American Ball Park.

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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Johnny Oscar Flynn, 83, of Falmouth, passed away on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at the Harrison Memorial Hospital in Cynthiana.