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Body believed to be Ethington found in woods

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By Lisa King

After more than five months of searching, tacking up missing person's posters and many sleepless nights, the Ethington family finally knows what happened to Maxine.

The body of 87-old Maxine Ethington, who disappeared without a trace May 25, was discovered Sunday evening in a heavily wooded ravine on a farm in eastern Jefferson County.

Although the medical examiner's office has not yet officially declared the skeletal remains to be those of Ethington, the family believes she is indeed found.


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