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Deeds, July 28, 2018


Butler Township — Clarence A. Sr. and Angela J. Traugh to Travis G. Erdman and Tori A. Wariki; 17 Cedar Creek Drive, Fountain Springs; $199,000.

Joseph G. Groody, sheriff of Schuylkill County, to George and Carol Eyster; 366 Main St., Lavelle; $41,000.

Clair C. Jr. and Shirley A. Wolfgang to Dionne Wolfgang; 121 Spruce St.; $1.

Pearl B. Hocking to Brian Hocking and Harold W. Hocking; 868 Fountain St., Fountain Springs; $1.

Delano Township — Joseph G. Groody, sheriff of Schuylkill County, to Goliath Properties Inc.; 155 Maple St., Delano; $15,100.

Frackville — Joseph G. Groody, sheriff of Schuylkill County, to M&T Bank; 59 N. Nice St. ; $1,369.18.

Girardville — Timothy J. and Mary Alice Smith to Mary Alice Smith; 220-222 W. Main St.; $1.

Middleport — Joseph G. Groody, sheriff of Schuylkill County, to Wells Fargo NA; 19 Coal St.; $955.77.

North Manheim Township — Invest Realty LLC to Anthracite Investments LLC; 0.55-acre property on Route 61; $35,000.

Alabama Gov. Ivey's doctor says she's in 'excellent health'

Responding to her primary challengers and questions about her physical condition, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey released a letter from her doctor on Wednesday saying the 73-year-old is in "excellent health."

In the brief letter, Dr. Brian Elrod wrote that he sees "no medical issues that would prevent (Ivey) from fulfilling her obligations as governor." Elrod said Ivey has received regular checkups. "Governor Ivey has had physicals for the past 15 years, and she is in excellent health," Elrod wrote.

Ivey's campaign released the letter after State Sen. Bill Hightower and other challengers in the June 5 Republican primary released their own medical information, including test results, and challenged other candidates to do the same.

Ivey, who turns 74 in the fall, would be among the oldest governors to take office in Alabama if elected in November. Her campaign said the letter should settle any questions.