On some anniversaries we celebrate. On others we reflect.
Falmouth City Council approved the mayor to to execute documents that led to the purchase of a fire truck from Piner Fire Department.
The decision by Pendleton County Fiscal Court to not pursue a monument of the 10 Commandments at the courthouse came down to two reasons: the intent of the move, and it directly relates to an e
In a lengthy agenda, the Pendleton County Fiscal Court moved on holding a second reading and passing the nuisance ordinance.
Magistrate Darrin Gregg brought the question in front of the Pendleton County Fiscal Court of whether the 10 Commandments and potentially other historical documents should be displayed at the P
As November 3 and the General Election grows nearer, Falmouth Outlook will devote space and time to better inform readers on candidates and issues that they will be deciding.