Listening to Pendleton County Schools Superintendent Joe Buerkley, his goal has always been what teachers and students will be doing on Monday, March 1.     “From the beginning of the pandemic, our goal has been to safely return to five-day, in-person learning,” he said while pointing out that…
    Eli and Jaimie Mann will participate in Kentucky Farm Bureau’s young farmer program, 2021 Young Farmer Committee that focuses on leadership development for young adults between ages of 18-35. “We are both very excited to serve on this committee and advocate for the agriculture industry. It’s…
By Nila Harris     Are you concerned about our community?  Do you worry about Pendleton County’s school children? First responders?  If so, come join the community-wide prayer drive!  Organizer Kenna Knight had recently participated in a Bible study called The Circle Maker by Pastor Mark Batterson…
25 Years Ago - December 26, 1995     Three Falmouth fireman announced their retirement from the department after many years of service. Falmouth Fire Chief Keevil Hart presented the three men with plaques. The retirees were Henry Bertram, assistant fire chief 15 years, Larry McClanahan 10 years,…
    A cancellation of the Harrison County meet sent Pendleton County Archery Head Coach David Myers scrambling to find a place for his archers to shoot on Saturday.     He was able to find openings with the high school team heading to Williamstown while the middle school team shot at Calvary…
    It’s been a tough season for the Pendleton County High School cheerleading team, coached by Abby Belcher. They haven’t been able to go to competitions like in years past and cheering at boy’s and girl’s basketball games have been different.     The pandemic has changed the way they have done…
    It did not take long for Ana McFarland to put her claim on the UPIKE women’s archey record book.     Teaming up with AJ Clements, she won the gold medal in the Mixed Recurve event, defeating Cumberlands in the championship round.     The MSC Championships served as the collegiate debut for…
    Before I talk about the Daytona 500, which is a great story in itself, I would be remiss if I didn’t start off the week by remembering one of the greatest drivers ever in the sport Dale Earnhardt. In my lifetime there are four dates that I can never forget. Watching the first space shuttle take…
    The Kentucky Wildcats appear to be coming around just in the nick of time as they notched two more wins last week including a big win at 19th ranked Tennessee on Feb. 20.     The Wildcats first defeated Auburn 82-80 on Feb. 17 behind a double-double effort turned in by freshman Isaiah Jackson (…
     A big week ahead for the Pendleton County Wildcats as the regular season moves into its final three weeks. A big showdown with rival Robertson County on February 26 will determine the seeding for the upcoming district tournament.     The Wildcats, now 7-5 overall and winners of five of their…
    The Ladycats travelled to Brooksville last week to take on the Lady Bears of Bracken County. In a game in which neither team found a steady rhythm the Ladycats were able to hold on for a win 44- 36.     Saniah Thomas erupted for 20 points along with 7 blocks. Sydney Manor gave the team 10…
Multiple nights of winter weather gave Pendleton County its largest snowfall in several years. It…
By Nila Harris     What is the “pink church,” some of you may ask? The formerly “pink church” is…
    Listening to Pendleton County Schools Superintendent Joe Buerkley, his goal has always been…
    Listening to Pendleton County Schools Superintendent Joe Buerkley, his goal has always been what teachers and students will be doing on Monday, March 1.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (February 18, 2021) – Attorney General Daniel Cameron today joined a coalition of 18 state attorneys general in urging President Biden,…
By TOM LATEK, Kentucky Today FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - While many businesses, schools and government agencies in the state closed one or more days this week due…
    Three Rivers District Health Department announced they are currently administering vaccines under Phase 1B which covers first responders, anyone 70 or…
    Eli and Jaimie Mann will participate in Kentucky Farm Bureau’s young farmer program, 2021 Young Farmer Committee that focuses on leadership development for…
By Nila Harris     Are you concerned about our community?  Do you worry about Pendleton County’s school children? First responders?  If so, come join the…
    The announcement by Supt. Joe Buerkley that schools would reopen on March 1 has spread excitement across the county for the ones we maybe most expected it…
    A cancellation of the Harrison County meet sent Pendleton County Archery Head Coach David Myers scrambling to find a place for his archers to shoot on…
    It’s been a tough season for the Pendleton County High School cheerleading team, coached by Abby Belcher. They haven’t been able to go to competitions like…
    It did not take long for Ana McFarland to put her claim on the UPIKE women’s archey record book.     Teaming up with AJ Clements, she won the gold medal in…
    Patricia Gibbs, 65, of Cold Spring (formerly of Pendleton Co.) passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at her home.       Surviving are her husband, Albert…
    Johnny Campbell, 74, of Falmouth, passed away on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at the St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Edgewood.          Surviving are his sons…
    Kenneth E. Neuspickel , 57, of DeMossville, KY, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2021 at his home. Kenneth was born on May 16, 1963 in Covington, KY son of…