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We are proud to announce that on Tue. 4/5 from 6:00 to 9:00pm we are teaming up with the City of Butler and hosting our very first SPRING CRUIZE IN. Bikers, Car and Truck enthusiast are encouraged to show up, parking is available @ our Diner and in front of the city park right across the street. Please show up support this event, it is the first of many events we have planned here this year. For more info call 859-472-0050
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The family of Isabel Wilson invites you to attend a celebration in honor of her 100th birthday. There will be an Open House at the Flour Creek Church Multipurpose Building (1109 Highway 177E, Butler, Ky.) from 2-4 p.m., Saturday, April 2, 2016. Refreshments will be served. No gifts please, your presence is the best gift of all! Her actual birthday is March 31. If you are unable to attend and would like to send a card, please address them to: 301 Licking Street, Apt. 104A, Falmouth, KY 41040.
By: Sam McClanahan, Reporter The Pendleton County Ladycats snapped a twogame losing streak on March 22 using a big offensive outburst in the seventh inning to roll past Holmes, 10-5. Freshman Misty Clower, eighth grader Sam Verst and seventh grader Olivia Verst stringed together three consecutive hits with the bases loaded to break open a tie contest in the top of the seventh inning, allowing the Cats to pull ahead and never look back. The trio combined to go four for nine at the plate with four RBI’s a double and two runs to lead the offensive attack. Sam Verst, who took the mound for Pendleton County, hurled a complete-game without yielding an earned run to pick up her second win of the season. “The girls came up big when we needed it most,” said head coach Mary Pettit. “Also noteworthy in this game was the defensive play we got from sophomore Maddie Wyatt in the bottom of the seventh inning, as she completed a huge double play at third base with the bases loaded to halt a late rally that Holmes was putting together.” The March 25 scheduled contest between the Ladycats and Bracken County was postponed due to bad field conditions created by rain that swept through the area on the previous day. The Ladycats are set to host Fleming County on March 29, followed by a March 30 home game versus district foe Harrison County, and the club will conclude the week with a March 31 road game at Scott. All three games are scheduled to get underway at 5:30 p.m.