Wilma Mulford, 88

first_imgWilma Mulford, 88, of Dillsboro passed away Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at the Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. She was born in Elrod on July 21st, 1928, the daughter of Harley and Effie Rahe May. She was married to Jim Mulford on December 6, 1964 at Green Chapel Church in Elrod. Survivors include her husband, one son; Gary (Bonnie) Miller of Vernon, Indiana, one daughter; Bonnie Cole of Milan, one grandson; Jim (Sandy) Cole of Dillsboro and four great grandchildren; Chris, Brandi, Jamie and T.J. She was preceded in death by her parents. She was a former employee of the Big Wheel, Colonial Cottage and Deutsch Pride. Wilma also attended Washington Baptist Church. Funeral services for Wilma will be held on Saturday, January 28th at 10:30am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Jack Bible officiating. Burial will be in the Washington Cemetery in Elrod. Visitation will be Friday from 5pm to 7pm. Memorials may be given to the Margaret Mary Hospice in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

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Injured Rafael Nadal withdraws from Brisbane International

first_imgBrisbane: Spain’s Rafael Nadal on Wednesday pulled out of the Brisbane International with a left thigh injury.The 32-year-old was set to play his 2019 opening match in Brisbane against France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, reports Efe.“I did an MRI and it shows a small scaring on my left thigh. I tried to play, I wanted to play, but recommendations from the doctors (were otherwise),” Nadal said during a press conference. The world No. 2 played just nine tournaments last season, a year which was successful but plagued by physical problems.Nadal won his 11th title at the French Open and also emerged victorious at the Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, Rome and Toronto, but had to leave both the Australian and US Open due to injury.“I know it is tough. I cannot thank enough the people who support me in my career – especially the tough moments,” he concluded. (IANS)Also Read: Rafael Nadal declares himself ready for his 2019 opening matchlast_img read more

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Expo line train hits two people, causes closure

first_imgA Metro train on the Expo line struck two non-USC individuals on bicycles Tuesday night at Jefferson Boulevard and Flower Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department Southwest Division and the USC Department of Public Safety.No information was available at the time of publication about the conditions of the victims.Service on the Expo line was interrupted following the crash between the Jefferson/USC station and the 23rd Street station, according to L.A. Metro, but a bus-shuttle service was set up to transport passengers between the stations during the interruption. The Expo line was reopened just after midnight.Traffic on Jefferson Boulevard between Hope Street and Figueroa Street was also halted following the accident.Teresa Juarez, a South Los Angeles resident, said she and her husband came across one of the victims on scene and called 911.“I didn’t know there was a gentleman on the other side,” Juarez said. “So once we called 911, within a few minutes the paramedics were here and they realized there was another gentleman off on the side and I guess he was worse off, I don’t know, I didn’t see him.”last_img read more

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