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Ky. football program under investigation

Oct. 26, 2013 @ 01:02 AM

Ky. football program under investigation

WESTWOOD, Ky. -- An investigation into Fairview High School's football program is underway.

"We are aware of an investigation at the local level, but we'll have no further comment at the time as it's an ongoing investigation," according to a spokesman for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.

Fairview Superintendent Bill Musick confirmed an investigation was ongoing. He denied rumors that Nate McPeek, Fairview's coach, had been dismissed.

"He's still my football coach," Musick said Friday.

The Eagles were scheduled to play NIcholas County at home Friday night.

Hospice of Huntington to host open house

HUNTINGTON -- Hospice of Huntington is hosting its annual Holiday Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Hospice Gift Shop at 1101 6th Ave. The shop features the latest in seasonal and holiday gift items, including handbags, home decor, baby items, jewelry and food.

The gift shop supports Hospice's mission of providing compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care for those with a life-threatening illness, as well as providing continuing support for their families. '

Domestic violence target of 'Light Up the Night'

SOUTH POINT, Ohio -- The Cause, Inc., will sponsor a "Light Up the Night" domestic violence prevention effort at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28.

It will take place on the grounds of the Greater Lawrence County Area Chamber of Commerce in South Point.

Area law enforcement and emergency responders are being invited to engage their vehicles' lights along with individuals to light candles in honor of the fight against domestic violence.

For more information, contact Stacy Murray-Medcalf at 740-646-3558 or at stacym7@gmail.com.

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