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After the General Assembly rushed the pension reform bill through both legislative bodies on Thursday, teachers in droves called in sick on Friday with what some dubbed “sewage flu.” Fayette County cancelled school after over 1,000 educators indicated they would not be in attendance.

Estimated crowds of protesting teachers, state workers, supporters, families and many more that numbered as high in one estimate as 18,000, were loudly heard through the halls and rotunda of the Capitol Building in Frankfort as the Senate and the House of Representatives were conducting business.

Tuesday, April 3, on the anniversary of the F4 tornado that hit Pendleton County in 1974 and was part of a series of tornadoes that ravaged the Midwest, high winds and heavy rains again caused damage throughout hte county but to this point no injuries or deaths have been reported.

Over the past few years, the Pendleton County High School tennis program has grown in both participation and accomplishments. Right in the midst of that success has been Senior Dillon Feltner.

Teachers have legendary patience as daily they deal with situations that are beyond their control but  falls as their responsibility to handle.

James McClane, 55

James McClane, 55, of Butler, passed away April 12, 2018.
He was born in Covington, on December 16, 1962 son of Jeanette Streine McClane Cooper and the late Charles McClane.

Harvey Lovitt, 76

Harvey Lovitt, 76, of Butler, passed away Thursday, April 5, 2018 at his home.
He was born in Jellico, TN on March 16, 1942 to the late Leonard and Nannie Shelton Lovitt.