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Reina T. Hohener has received the Citizen Award 2011 from the Knights of Columbus.

Patient could have refused physician’s kisses

My (married) sister went to a doctor (and) got into a serious flirtation with him. She said it just happened. He asked a lot of questions about her, then the kissing (began). After a few of these visits, he had his assistant come in and tell my sister (the coward) he no longer would be her doctor. In other words, this is probably his M.O.

Residents should be wary of rattlesnakes on trails near rural areas

Henderson resident Bill Samuels was running with his dog on the River Mountains Loop Trail when it was struck by a rattlesnake. The dog survived, but Samuels says he won’t be taking her on the trail again this summer.

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Man injured in backyard grill fire

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Dramatic move: Rainbow Company Youth Theatre packs up more than 30 years of history

It’s the final curtain call at the Reed Whipple Cultural Center. After a 30-year run, the Rainbow Company Youth Theatre is moving permanently to the Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St. The move is dramatic for members of the company, who are feverishly packing boxes full of props to make the move by June 30.

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