2015-16 Sophomore Leadership Classes, back row, from left: Molly Burgemeir, Grace Beebe, Allison Lenox, Abi Sheets, Sydney Tillett, Avery Booth, Madison Sydner, Bailey Hardy, Seth Longworth, Gracie Lustenberg, Hailey Wiggins, Cole Ramsey. Front row: Whitney Manor, Logan Pennington, Haley Simpson, Kathryn Justus, Amelia Franxman, Evan Thomas, Maria Kordes, Alex Tillett, Cullen Beard, Alyssa Bayless, Hailey Bennett.

You are invited to attend the seventh annual Pendleton County Community Forum to be held on Friday, May 13, 2016 at the Falmouth School Center, 500 Chapel Street, Falmouth, Ky. A reception will start at 6 p.m. with Graeter’s ice cream, chocolate cake and coffee. Discussion will start at 6:30 p.m.

2015-16 Sophomore Leadership Classes, back row, from left: Molly Burgemeir, Grace Beebe, Allison Lenox, Abi Sheets, Sydney Tillett, Avery Booth, Madison Sydner, Bailey Hardy, Seth Longworth, Gracie Lustenberg, Hailey Wiggins, Cole Ramsey. Front row: Whitney Manor, Logan Pennington, Haley Simpson, Kathryn Justus, Amelia Franxman, Evan Thomas, Maria Kordes, Alex Tillett, Cullen Beard, Alyssa Bayless, Hailey Bennett.
Three Wildcat tennis players were honored on Senior Night. From left: Ethan Buck, David Franz, and Garret Marshall.

The Pendleton County High School Boys Tennis team celebrated Senior Night this past week. Ethan Buck is in his fourth season and Garret Marshall and David Franz each have 3 years of tennis.

Three Wildcat tennis players were honored on Senior Night. From left: Ethan Buck, David Franz, and Garret Marshall.
Districts with 100% ENERGY STAR school buildings received additional recognition during KSBA’s recent annual conference. District representatives gathered above are, from left, Tony Spence (Pendleton County), Scott Howard (Butler County), Kim Chevalier (Walton-Verona Independent), Lauren Hughes (Robertson County), Donna Major (Burgin Independent), Kevin Kidwell (Scott County), and Jim Palm (Southgate Independent). Districts achieving that honor but whose representatives were not present for picture are Corb

During the recent Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) Annual Conference, school districts were recognized for having at least one school that had achieved the Energy Star Labeled School rating of 75 or above. Special recognition was given to 10 districts that have achieved Energy Star rating for all their schools.

Districts with 100% ENERGY STAR school buildings received additional recognition during KSBA’s recent annual conference. District representatives gathered above are, from left, Tony Spence (Pendleton County), Scott Howard (Butler County), Kim Chevalier (Walton-Verona Independent), Lauren Hughes (Robertson County), Donna Major (Burgin Independent), Kevin Kidwell (Scott County), and Jim Palm (Southgate Independent). Districts achieving that honor but whose representatives were not present for picture are Corb
Many people gathered in Frankfort to show their support for new heroin laws and to help raise awareness of this deadly epidemic that has swept the nation.

Heroin. This deadly and addictive drug's name is derived from a Latin word meaning hero. It was called this due to the potent and what early users thought were "positive" effects on the mind and body.

Many people gathered in Frankfort to show their support for new heroin laws and to help raise awareness of this deadly epidemic that has swept the nation.
Taelor McMillin and Xanthia Jensen were interviewed by Brittany Peters of Grant’s Lick Veterinary Offices during the mock interviews conducted at Pendleton County High School.

Professionals visited Pendleton County High School from April 13-15 to help seniors practice their interview skills. The event was planned by Adult, Community, and Kentucky Career Center Director JoEllen Mitchell and the PCHS Counseling Department.

Taelor McMillin and Xanthia Jensen were interviewed by Brittany Peters of Grant’s Lick Veterinary Offices during the mock interviews conducted at Pendleton County High School.
BENNY JOHNSON

The Outlook has been informed that Falmouth Mayor Elonda Hinson officially removed Benny Johnson from his position as chief of the Falmouth Police Department. Reportedly, Johnson was notified at 2 p.m. this afternoon as he was finishing an extra shift that needed to be covered. He served in this position for under a year. 

BENNY JOHNSON
2015-16 Sophomore Leadership Classes, back row, from left: Molly Burgemeir, Grace Beebe, Allison Lenox, Abi Sheets, Sydney Tillett, Avery Booth, Madison Sydner, Bailey Hardy, Seth Longworth, Gracie Lustenberg, Hailey Wiggins, Cole Ramsey. Front row: Whitney Manor, Logan Pennington, Haley Simpson, Kathryn Justus, Amelia Franxman, Evan Thomas, Maria Kordes, Alex Tillett, Cullen Beard, Alyssa Bayless, Hailey Bennett.
Three Wildcat tennis players were honored on Senior Night. From left: Ethan Buck, David Franz, and Garret Marshall.
Districts with 100% ENERGY STAR school buildings received additional recognition during KSBA’s recent annual conference. District representatives gathered above are, from left, Tony Spence (Pendleton County), Scott Howard (Butler County), Kim Chevalier (Walton-Verona Independent), Lauren Hughes (Robertson County), Donna Major (Burgin Independent), Kevin Kidwell (Scott County), and Jim Palm (Southgate Independent). Districts achieving that honor but whose representatives were not present for picture are Corb
Many people gathered in Frankfort to show their support for new heroin laws and to help raise awareness of this deadly epidemic that has swept the nation.
Taelor McMillin and Xanthia Jensen were interviewed by Brittany Peters of Grant’s Lick Veterinary Offices during the mock interviews conducted at Pendleton County High School.
BENNY JOHNSON

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