State and local officials recently met to discuss the various flood issues in Pendleton County. It was decided that a local flood committee would be formed to help with finding solutions. From left: Cindy Minter, Campbell County Planning Administrator, Senator Wil Schroder, Pendleton County Judge/Executive David Fields, Falmouth Mayor Elonda Hinson, Representative Mark Hart, Brian Thompson, Pendleton County Planning Administrator, Butler Mayor Greg McElfresh.

The City of Falmouth, the City of Butler, and Pendleton County are faced with a unique challenge when dealing with future growth planning and economic sustainability of properties located within floodplains.  With the South Fork Licking River and the Licking River dividing the county into thirds, not to mention the myriad of s

State and local officials recently met to discuss the various flood issues in Pendleton County. It was decided that a local flood committee would be formed to help with finding solutions. From left: Cindy Minter, Campbell County Planning Administrator, Senator Wil Schroder, Pendleton County Judge/Executive David Fields, Falmouth Mayor Elonda Hinson, Representative Mark Hart, Brian Thompson, Pendleton County Planning Administrator, Butler Mayor Greg McElfresh.
The Falmouth Outlook was awarded the Lighthouse Media Award for their contributions to Relay For Life and first annual printed Relay event supplement. From left: Alex Carson, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair; Neil Belcher, Outlook Publisher; Jackie Vaughn, Outlook Editor; and Bridget Browning, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair.

Each year the American Cancer Society awards top accolades for exceptional work in Relay For Life volunteerism and media outlets through in-kind projects. Pendleton County was well represented in 2016, bringing home two divisional awards.

The Falmouth Outlook was awarded the Lighthouse Media Award for their contributions to Relay For Life and first annual printed Relay event supplement. From left: Alex Carson, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair; Neil Belcher, Outlook Publisher; Jackie Vaughn, Outlook Editor; and Bridget Browning, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair.
CONNER HARPER

With the temperatures being cold, many thoughts have turned to spring break plans and where they can go to get warmer. For Conner Harper and his family, he made that decision simple by making the Kentucky Olympic Soccer Developmental Team and he will be spending spring break playing soccer in Rotterdam, Holland.

CONNER HARPER
“Dead Serious...About Life” is performed by Mishpachah, Inc., an auditioned group of students from the Cincinnati area. They are known for their radical and exceptional style.

Every four seconds, a teenager will attempt suicide. Approximately 11 young people between the ages of 15-24 die every day by suicide. Every 60 seconds a child is born to a teen mother. One out of three 13-15-year-olds has had sex. Each day, 2,989 kids find out that their parents are getting divorced.

“Dead Serious...About Life” is performed by Mishpachah, Inc., an auditioned group of students from the Cincinnati area. They are known for their radical and exceptional style.

Check out the special "The Flood of 1997 - 20th Anniversary" in this week's edition of the Falmouth Outlook or for FREE at https://etypeservices.com/SWF/LocalUser/Falmouth1//Magazine158104/Full/i... - Featuring articles, photos and info rela

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.
State and local officials recently met to discuss the various flood issues in Pendleton County. It was decided that a local flood committee would be formed to help with finding solutions. From left: Cindy Minter, Campbell County Planning Administrator, Senator Wil Schroder, Pendleton County Judge/Executive David Fields, Falmouth Mayor Elonda Hinson, Representative Mark Hart, Brian Thompson, Pendleton County Planning Administrator, Butler Mayor Greg McElfresh.
The Falmouth Outlook was awarded the Lighthouse Media Award for their contributions to Relay For Life and first annual printed Relay event supplement. From left: Alex Carson, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair; Neil Belcher, Outlook Publisher; Jackie Vaughn, Outlook Editor; and Bridget Browning, Relay For Life Event Co-Chair.
CONNER HARPER
“Dead Serious...About Life” is performed by Mishpachah, Inc., an auditioned group of students from the Cincinnati area. They are known for their radical and exceptional style.
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.

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Charlotte Settle

Charlotte Gabbard Settle, 71, of Butler, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Ft. Thomas, Ky.