Tuesday, January 7, 2003

Around the Commonwealth



Body of N.C. man found on hillside

MAYSVILLE - The body of a North Carolina man was found on a Kentucky hillside Saturday morning by two hunters, police said Monday.

Arthur Lincoln McDougald Jr., 38, of Sanford, N.C., disappeared Thursday morning after he was released from the Mason County Detention Center, Kentucky State Police said. Mr. McDougald was arrested the previous night and charged with alcohol intoxication, police said.

He was released about 8 a.m. Thursday; the body was found about 9:30 a.m. Saturday, police said. Mr. McDougald's body had no obvious signs of foul play, they said.

Mr. McDougald had been living with a group of contract workers with the Maysville tobacco market. The hillside where McDougald was found is about three miles west of Maysville and is on property owned by East Kentucky Power.

Registration now for Urban Center classes

COVINGTON - Registration continues through Friday for the Urban Learning Center's spring semester classes.

The 21 classes, taught in Covington and Newport public schools, begin Monday. Subjects include computer skills, math and early childhood education.

Students pay $10 per course. To participate, they must have a high school diploma or a GED, financial need and be a Northern Kentucky resident.

For information, call (859) 491-2220, ext. 15 or 23.

Seminar to offer women heart help

CRESTVIEW HILLS - Women can learn how to lower their risk of heart disease at St. Elizabeth Wellness Center's "Women Take Heart'' conference on Feb. 1.

The conference will be 9 a.m. to noon at Five Seasons Country Club at 345 Thomas More Parkway. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The cost is $10 per person.

For information and reservations, call (859) 344-3939.




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ENQUIRER COLUMNS
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CINCINNATI-HAMILTON COUNTY
Mt. Healthy stops school bus service
Mom, daughter killed in crash
School board elects Warner president
New police oversight agency meets
Another local boy joins Vienna choir
Donation to pay for flags on firetrucks
Firefighters, police aid McDonald House

AROUND THE TRISTATE
3 suing to stay can - for now
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Obituary: Ruth Shaffer, 92, was organist
Obituary: Alfred Wilhelm, Diamond executive
Good News: Travel show partnering in coat drive
Congrats

BUTLER COUNTY
Perjury an issue in Butler courts
Deadly road gets rumble strips
Boil-water warning wasn't heard
Policeman hurt while questioning motorist
Fairfield laboratories focus on heart disease

WARREN COUNTY
Attempted murder added to charges
Rapist found slain in cell

OHIO
Ohio Moments: Midwest got a taste of Antarctica's weather
Blackwell: GOP should boost black staffing
Village ponders ads on cruisers

KENTUCKY
Democratic strategy session moved
Another local auto business burgled
Patton outlines tax-hike targets
Voters get voice at town meeting
$10M grant to help Kentucky's jobless
Jackson to run for Ky. governor
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