Elliott woman killed in wreck
MOREHEAD - An Elliott County woman was killed Tuesday in a one-car accident on Ky. 32 near Morehead.
Charli Wright, 26, of Sandy Hook, was pronounced dead at St. Claire Regional Medical Center following the accident just before 2 p.m., Kentucky State Police at Ashland said.
Wright was westbound in a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe when she lost control, the KSP said. The vehicle went off the right-hand side of the road, hit a rock embankment and overturned. Wright, who wasn’t wearing a seat belt, was ejected.
AARF seeks supply donations
RUSSELL - The Ashland Animal Rescue Fund will have a supply drive from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply.
The organization is seeking donations of Purina dog, cat, puppy and kitten chow, paper towels, cloth wipes, dog treats, leashes, hand sanitizer laundry detergent and gently used linens.
Elliott woman killed in wreck
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'Best Christmas Pageant Ever' coming to PAC
The Paramount Players’ production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 through 14 with a 3 p.m. show on Dec. 14.
The roots of Christmas traditions in the city run long and deep, with each event bringing to life a different element of the holiday.
Greenup bank teller pleads guilty
The head teller at a Greenup County financial institution on Tuesday pleaded guilty to stealing more than $800,000 from her employer during an eight-year period.
Testimony begins in Carter trial
Testimony began Wednesday in the trial of Clifford “Boomer” Cathey, a Grayson man accused of manslaughter in the New Year’s Day 2012 beating death of another man.
19 pounds of pot seized in Ironton
An Ironton man is scheduled to arraigned today on charges stemming from him allegedly taking delivery of a package containing more than 10 pounds of marijuana on Monday.
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Retirees and friends of King’s Daughters Medical Center will have a Christmas reunion at 1 p.m. Friday in the fellowship hall at First United Methodist Church at 1811 Carter Ave.
Giving cash for coins and more, tim preston, 12/12/13
An old coffee can or jewelry box is the same as a treasure chest for the crew on duty at the Cannonsburg Days Inn on behalf of the National Coin Collectors Association.
Pathways report singles out flexibility
Pathways Chef Executive Officer Kim K. McClanahan used a quote from Charles Darwin to best describe the status of mental health care under the Affordable Care Act.
Christmas concert set for Monday at OU Southern
The Ohio University Southern Community Band will perform its annual free Christmas concert at 7 p.m. Monday in the Collins Center Bowman Auditorium on the Ohio University Southern Campus. The Ironton High School Varsity Singers, under the direction of Kathy Price, also will perform.
Charles Romans: What we are made of: 12/12/13
It’s interesting how so many people and things come into our lives and change them forever.
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