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.
New carnival rides will be featured at this year’s Pendleton County Youth Fair.

The Pendleton County Youth Fair got underway on Monday, July 17 and will run through Saturday, July 22. The fair features fun activities, games, carnival rides and much more! According to Youth Fair Chairman Michael Mann there will also be several new additions to the carnival, making for a total of 12-14 rides.

New carnival rides will be featured at this year’s Pendleton County Youth Fair.
NATE JONES

Chicago White Sox relief pitcher Nate Jones had season ending surgery to reposition a nerve in his elbow. See the Jones Report on Sports, page 7 for more information.

NATE JONES
The Pendleton County Farmers Market has a fine selection of homegrown produce available for purchase.

The Pendleton County Farmers Market is well under way with a successful Opening Day earlier in the season, and a Craftsman’s Showcase on June 17.

The Pendleton County Farmers Market has a fine selection of homegrown produce available for purchase.
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.
New carnival rides will be featured at this year’s Pendleton County Youth Fair.
NATE JONES
The Pendleton County Farmers Market has a fine selection of homegrown produce available for purchase.

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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.

Obituaries

ADAM BONAR

Adam Lee Bonar, 24, of Alexandria formerly of Pendleton County, passed away Thursday, March 9, 2017, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.