Wrestler died of accidental overdose
Luna Vachon, the 48-year-old former professional wrestler whose body was found Aug. 27 in her Port Richey home, died from a drug overdose, the Medical Examiner's Office concluded. Vachon, whose real name was Gertrude Herd-Nash, had oxycodone and antianxiety medication in her system, said Bill Pellan, director of investigations for the District 6 Medical Examiner's Office. Pellan said the death was accidental. Friends of Vachon's said she dealt with chronic neck and back pain from injuries suffered during her wrestling career. After she retired in 2007, Vachon worked as a tow truck driver in Port Richey.
Eat cheese, learn to buy a house
Southern Crafted Homes will host a Wine & Cheese Homebuyers 101 Class from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Devonwood community model center, 20625 Amanda Oak Court (off State Road 54, less than a mile west of U.S. 41). Representatives from Southern Crafted Homes, Wells Fargo and Platinum Title Services will be present to discuss and answer questions about purchasing new homes, financing, insurance and closing requirements. For information, call (813) 949-9273.
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Yard sale to help Little Cats Rescue
The Little Cats Rescue will hold a yard sale Oct. 23 to raise money for the nonprofit cat shelter. The sale will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Southern Self Storage, 7139 Mitchell Blvd., east of Seven Springs Boulevard. To donate items, or for information, contact the Little Cats Rescue at (727) 359-9629 or e-mail LittleCatsRescue@aol.com.