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.
Alex and Brandi Carson, representing the Pendleton County Tourism Council, volunteered theri services at the Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show. they helped operate a booth that showcased the many attractions Pendleton County has to offer.

The Pendleton County Tourism Council (PCTC) recently setup shop at the 60th Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show January 13-22 at the Cincinnati Duke Energy Center. The show, which spanned eight days of volunteer shifts brought hundreds of people looking for adventure tourism and day trip opportunities.

Alex and Brandi Carson, representing the Pendleton County Tourism Council, volunteered theri services at the Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show. they helped operate a booth that showcased the many attractions Pendleton County has to offer.
BRIAN THOMPSON

In what would be an agreement between Pendleton County and the City of Butler that could lower flood insurance costs for its residents, Mayor Greg McElfresh proposed that Brian Thompson, Pendleton County Zoning Administrator, be hired as flood coordinator at the Butler City Council meeting held February 6.

BRIAN THOMPSON
Pendleton County Search & Rescue has secured a replacement vehicle for the Humvee that was stripped from them in December. A fundraiser is being held to help raise money for the cost of the vehicle.

After losing the Humvee used during emergency responses, the members of Pendleton County Search & Rescue found themselves in a bad situation.

Pendleton County Search & Rescue has secured a replacement vehicle for the Humvee that was stripped from them in December. A fundraiser is being held to help raise money for the cost of the vehicle.
Director Heath Culberson and Operations Manager Jason Caldwell of the Northern Kentucky Living Center in Falmouth are genuine in their concern for the well-being of clients with mental health issues. They are working together to educate and raise awareness in Pendleton County. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

In light of recent events concerning the public's fears and questions about local health care facilities and their clients, the Northern Kentucky Living Center has stepped up to help work with the issues.

Director Heath Culberson and Operations Manager Jason Caldwell of the Northern Kentucky Living Center in Falmouth are genuine in their concern for the well-being of clients with mental health issues. They are working together to educate and raise awareness in Pendleton County. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.
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.
Alex and Brandi Carson, representing the Pendleton County Tourism Council, volunteered theri services at the Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show. they helped operate a booth that showcased the many attractions Pendleton County has to offer.
BRIAN THOMPSON
Pendleton County Search & Rescue has secured a replacement vehicle for the Humvee that was stripped from them in December. A fundraiser is being held to help raise money for the cost of the vehicle.
Director Heath Culberson and Operations Manager Jason Caldwell of the Northern Kentucky Living Center in Falmouth are genuine in their concern for the well-being of clients with mental health issues. They are working together to educate and raise awareness in Pendleton County. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

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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.

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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.