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Saturday, February 24, 2018  


Today In History

Today is Saturday, Feb. 24, the 55th day of 2018. There are 310 days left in the year.

Today's Highlight in History:

On Feb. 24, 1868, the U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Andrew Johnson by a vote of 126-47 following his attempted ... « more »

Lighthouse homeless shelter needs help with electric bill

SHELLEY BYRNE/The Mayfield Messenger
Chevelle Slaughter, 11 months, plays with a toy in the playroom earlier this week at The Lighthouse, a Mayfield shelter for homeless women and children.

BY SHELLEY BYRNE sbyrne@mayfield-messenger.com
The Lighthouse helped 108 homeless women and children last year, but a high electric bill means the Mayfield shelter need shelp from the community.
The Lighthouse's January electric

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Eagles clip Cardinals, retain Third District title

JOSEPH "PEE WEE" PETTY/The Mayfield Messenger
Graves County players, coaches and cheerleaders celebrate their sixth straight Third District championship Thursday night after defeating Mayfield, 58-56. The Eagles had entered the game with a 3-2 record in the district and an 0-2 record this season against the Cardinals.

By ERIC WALKER ewalker@mayfield-messenger.com
LA CENTER -- Even away from their respective "nests," Graves County and Mayfield's crosstown "Battle of the Birds" was again an edge-of-your-seat affair. This time around, though,. . . more »

Ribbon cutting at Turner Title & Escrow

Photo courtesy of Mayfield/Graves County Chamber of Commerce
The Mayfield Graves County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Wednesday to celebrate the opening of Turner Land Title & Escrow Services at 1104 Paris Road. The business is located on the third floor in Room 300. The owners, Libby Turner (right) and Connie Turner (left) have over 50 years of combined experience in the real estate and title industry and contribute their success to exceptional customer service, honesty and hard work. The duo is licensed through the American Land Title Association and other professional organizations. For more information about Turner Land & Title, call the business at 270-416-1266.

'Fracture disease' diagnosis needs a better explanation

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 63-year-old female who broke her wrist back in June. There were three fractures involving both the radius and the ulna. Surgery was required, with two metal plates installed. After nearly six months of occupational and physical therapy, . . . more »

February 2018