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Tiffany Hatton is home from hospital


Tiffany Hatton of Knott County had to spend a few days in Whitesburg Appalachian Regional Hospital recently with a bad infection. She is home now and doing better. She is the daughter of Jessica Bolling and my late cousin, Eric Back of Elk Creek.

Belated happy birthday to Michelle Wilder of Crases Branch. It was on Oct. 16. Michelle and her sons Clay and Dillon just got back from visiting her parents in North Carolina.

I have a lot of birthdays this week: Autumn Campbell of Jeremiah on Oct. 17, James Smith of Carcassonne on Oct. 18, Candice Mollet on Oct. 18, Sean Hall of Knott County on Oct. 31, Robbie Fugate of Carcassonne on Oct. 26, Hollie Hilton Hatton on Oct. 23, and finally Amber Combs of Carcassonne on Oct. 24. So happy birthday to them all.

Dylan Blair of Dry Fork has been sick with strep throat. He is the son of Bill and Brittany Blair.

Brandi Amburgey’s son Blayne spent three days in the WARH. He had a virus and was not eating or drinking much. He has an older brother, Brayden. Blayne is now home and doing better.

Mark Kincaid will be getting to come home Friday from Cardinal Hill if everything keeps going well for him. He has more recovery from his aneurysm, but has come a long way. I wish him the best.

Happy birthday to Macey Vice of Blackey, who will be six on Oct. 21. She is the daughter of Kyle and Heather Vice, and has a younger sister, Shelby. Their grandparents are Willie and Gina Bates of Blackey, Teresa and Will Collins of Whitesburg, and Shirley Vice of Carlisle. She had a Cardinal and inflatables party at her home on Saturday.

Mae Fugate of Carcassonne had company in recently from out of state. Her sister Mona Voiginier and her husband Sonny, came in from Florida, and her daughter Wanda Howie came in from Tennessee.

My sympathy to Charlie Whitaker’s family. He died recently.

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