The crest level for Licking River in Falmouth continues to move in a positive direction for the safety of Falmouth, Butler and Pendleton County residents.
National Weather Service lowered the crest level for the Licking River to 41 feet at 12 a.m. on Thursday, May 21.
As folks came home from work, the activity on the northwest side of Falmouth (Wyatt's side of the railroad tracks) is as busy as a beehive as people who have options to move their possessions to dr
Pendleton County Emergency Management has the following information based on past floods.
With the National Weather Service calling for a crest of the Licking River at 43 feet at 12 a.m.