Pendleton County Judge Executive David Fields has declared February 18-25 as “National FFA Week” in Pendleton County with a proclamation in recognition of the annual agricultural event. From left: Kaytlin Hahn, McKenzie McCoy, Bethany Lemming, Luke Bowen, Krystal Fields, Jenna Gosney, Savannah Gosney and David Fields.

The Pendleton County Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter is celebrating National FFA Week. February 18-25, 2017. This year’s theme is “Transform Purpose to Action” and it embraces more than 89 years of FFA traditions while looking forward to the organization’s future.

Pendleton County Judge Executive David Fields has declared February 18-25 as “National FFA Week” in Pendleton County with a proclamation in recognition of the annual agricultural event. From left: Kaytlin Hahn, McKenzie McCoy, Bethany Lemming, Luke Bowen, Krystal Fields, Jenna Gosney, Savannah Gosney and David Fields.
Front row, from left: Whitney Manor, Adrienne Pugh, Kyla Moreland, Haley Volz, Baileigh Tackett, Kayla Norton. Back row: Kinley Childers, Molly Burgemeir, Delaney Childers, Taylor Jordan, Madi Mays, Grace Beebe, Molly Burgemeir, Kayla Norton, Adrienne Pugh, Baileigh Tackett.

The Pendleton County High School Varsity Cheerleading Competition team, consisting of 12 members, competed in the 2017 National High School Cheerleading Championship sponsored by UCA (Universal Cheerleaders Association) at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. and advanced to the semifinals.

Front row, from left: Whitney Manor, Adrienne Pugh, Kyla Moreland, Haley Volz, Baileigh Tackett, Kayla Norton. Back row: Kinley Childers, Molly Burgemeir, Delaney Childers, Taylor Jordan, Madi Mays, Grace Beebe, Molly Burgemeir, Kayla Norton, Adrienne Pugh, Baileigh Tackett.
From left: Patricia Lucius, winner of the Neal Russell Outstanding Citizen Award, and ADT Site Supervisor Jody Moore. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

NorthKey Community Care’s ADT held the 12th Annual Neal Russell Awards Luncheon on February 10, 2017. The Neal Russell Outstanding Citizenship Award is presented each year to an employee who has exhibited positive characteristics such as being helpful, kind, and considerate to others.

From left: Patricia Lucius, winner of the Neal Russell Outstanding Citizen Award, and ADT Site Supervisor Jody Moore. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
MARY PETTIT

Mary Pettit was recently selected to fill a new job description with the Pendleton County Champions Coalition. This grant-funded position makes her the new Drug Free Communities Project Coordinator.

MARY PETTIT
AMY HITCH

Amy Hitch is one of several newly elected Falmouth City Council members. She moved to Falmouth from Campbell County where she graduated from Campbell County High School in 1990. From there she went to Northern Kentucky University, majoring in Liberal Arts, History/English. She graduated in 1996 with her bachelor’s degree. 

AMY HITCH
The ongoing issue concerning the sale of the Falmouth School Center appears to be at an end. The Pendleton County Board of Education has accepted the highest bid from NFTL, a non-profit from Cincinnati, Ohio. This has left many people wondering about the future plans of Kincaid Regional Theatre.

At a special called meeting of the Pendleton County School Board on February 8, 2017 members of the Board, Superintendent Anthony Strong and Attorney Matt DeMarcus met to discuss the terms of an agreement to sell the Falmouth School Center (FSC).

The ongoing issue concerning the sale of the Falmouth School Center appears to be at an end. The Pendleton County Board of Education has accepted the highest bid from NFTL, a non-profit from Cincinnati, Ohio. This has left many people wondering about the future plans of Kincaid Regional Theatre.
Pendleton County Judge Executive David Fields has declared February 18-25 as “National FFA Week” in Pendleton County with a proclamation in recognition of the annual agricultural event. From left: Kaytlin Hahn, McKenzie McCoy, Bethany Lemming, Luke Bowen, Krystal Fields, Jenna Gosney, Savannah Gosney and David Fields.
Front row, from left: Whitney Manor, Adrienne Pugh, Kyla Moreland, Haley Volz, Baileigh Tackett, Kayla Norton. Back row: Kinley Childers, Molly Burgemeir, Delaney Childers, Taylor Jordan, Madi Mays, Grace Beebe, Molly Burgemeir, Kayla Norton, Adrienne Pugh, Baileigh Tackett.
From left: Patricia Lucius, winner of the Neal Russell Outstanding Citizen Award, and ADT Site Supervisor Jody Moore. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
MARY PETTIT
AMY HITCH
The ongoing issue concerning the sale of the Falmouth School Center appears to be at an end. The Pendleton County Board of Education has accepted the highest bid from NFTL, a non-profit from Cincinnati, Ohio. This has left many people wondering about the future plans of Kincaid Regional Theatre.

Clyde Rouse, 66

Clyde Rouse, 66, of Falmouth passed away Sunday, December 18, 2016 at St. Elizabeth Hospice Unit in Edgwood.

Arrangements are currrently pending at Peoples Funeral Home in Butler.

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CHANIS COX

Chanis L. Cox, 76, of Falmouth, passed away quietly at his home on Wednesday, February 15, 2017, surrounded by his family.