25 years ago for April 12-13, 2017

Published 11:07 am Thursday, April 13, 2017

April 12, 1992

—The Winchester Civitan Club will join Civitan clubs around the world in celebrating the 75th anniversary of the organization next week.

Civitan was established in 1917 in Birmingham, Ala. by a small group of men meeting weekly to discuss how they could improve the community.

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—James B. Fox has returned to his home on West Hickman Street following several months’ stay in Tuscon, Ariz. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rowaday.

April 13, 1992

—The jobless rate in Clark County fell three-tenths of a percentage point from January to February to a rate of 8.6 percent, the Cabinet for Human Resources reported today.

The February 1991 unemployment rate here was 8.1 percent.

—Police reported no additional leads over the weekend in the disappearance of a Winchester woman last week in Fayette County. However, police report they still are actively investigating the case.

Lexington-Fayette County Metro Police located Sharon Marks’ 1990 black Ford Escort at 1:42 a.m. Wednesday after passersby reported the abandoned car on the Winchester Road (U.S. 60), 150 yards east of Cleveland Pike. Droplets of blood were found inside the car and police noted that a struggle appeared to have taken place.

—The Sun congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Mann, Winchester, on the birth of a daughter Friday at the Central Baptist Hospital, Lexington. She has been named Kimberly Nicole.