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Thursday, October 19, 2017  


Today In History

Today is Wednesday, Oct. 18, the 291st day of 2017. There are 74 days left in the year.

Today's Highlight in History:

On Oct. 18, 1767, the Mason-Dixon line, the boundary between colonial Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware, was set as astronomers Ch ... « more »

Area chiropractor pleads guilty to misdemeanor criminal abuse

SHELLEY BYRNE/The Mayfield Messenger
Dr. Stephen Douglas McAdoo (third from left) pleads guilty Monday to one count of third-degree sexual abuse, surrounded by his attorneys. In exchange for his guilty plea, special prosecutor Mark Blankenship (far left) recommended a one-year sentence, of which McAdoo must serve 90 days in jail. McAdoo also agreed not to practice chiropractic care within Kentucky for one year. His sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 22.

A Mayfield chiropractor charged with inappropriately touching female patients and employees pleaded guilty Monday to a single misdemeanor count.
Under the plea agreement, Dr. Stephen Douglas McAdoo pleaded guilty t

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Long Time Coming: Lady Eagles earn first district title in 13 years

JOSEPH "PEE WEE" PETTY/The Mayfield Messenger
Graves County senior Nikki Gregory celebrates with her teammates as she lifts the Third District Volleyball Tournament trophy overhead following the Lady Eaglesí 3-1 win over Ballard Memorial.

Sports Editor

The third time was the charm for Graves County's volleyball team Monday night. It wasn't easy, but it was the charm.

After sweeping Ballard Memorial twice in the regular season by 3-0 margins, the Lady Eagles had to go four sets but. . . more »

'Christmas Movies' is theme of 2017 Lion's parade

Mayfield Messenger file photo
The "Grinch" made a guest appearance at last year's Mayfield Lions Club Lighted Christmas Parade. This year, the parade will march through downtown Mayfield at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 25 with a "Christmas Movies" theme. Organizers are urging those that want to enter a float to do so as soon as possible.

Most cases of sinusitis don't require antibiotics to clear up

DEAR DR. ROACH: Every year and a half to two years, someone in our house gets a sinus infection. We are in our mid-60s, and it is always a fight with our doctor to get antibiotics to cure it. We go through at least two weeks of misery with nasal sprays, Tyleno . . . more »

October 2017