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Three Extricated and Sent to Hospital After Accident
By Sue Caldwell, Reporter
In a report from McKee City of Police Chief Jonathon Sizemore, he has released a three vehicle accident report that occurred on Hwy 89 North earlier this month, in which he is the investigating officer. Sizemore reported on Tuesday, May 10th at approximately 6:40pm Julie L. Blevins 37, Foxtown Rd. McKee, was traveling on 89 North when she lost control of her Maroon/Bur 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser, causing her to travel into the opposite lane of traffic. William Gross 36, Cedar Point Rd. Tyner, Ky, was traveling east on 89 North and veered his White 2006 Ford Explorer to miss Blevins vehicle, which caused his vehicle to catch the ditch and turn on its side, flipping the trailer on his vehicle.
PRTC Holds Annual Customer Appreciation Day
Postponed due to weather, PRTC held its annual Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, May 23rd at its McKee office with more than 600 subscribers in attendance. To show PRTC’s gratitude to its subscribers, those attending were treated to giveaways, great food including Darrell Combs famous BBQ, live music from Boone Station, technology demos and chances to win prizes provided by PRTC. WWAG broadcast live from the event. Making an even bigger impact on the community and its subscribers, PRTC also had Kentucky One Health Cardiology clinic providing heart, cholesterol and glucose screenings and Tami Johnson from Rite Aid immunizing people for tetanus, whooping cough and other vaccines. Carol Isaacs was the winner of the grand prize drawing and received a new SMART TV.