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Last week I attended the cancer survivor recognition events. On Thursday evening, I went to the dinner that was given in honor of those who have or had cancer in Clark County. On Friday evening, I attended the Relay for Life and walked in the survivors...
email@example.comThere are a lot of fashion statements made by runners with their socks at a track and field meet. But most probably don’t have as much meaning as the ones worn by Dean Tyler. The Mercer County sophomore wears sock with pink ribbons given to him by...
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REBELS WITH A CAUSE: Boyle County football team sells T-shirts to raise money to fight breast firstname.lastname@example.orgJust in time for Mother’s Day, the tough guys at Boyle County High School made their mothers proud by posing in the T-shirts the team will be selling all season to raise money to help local people who are fighting cancer. “It was their idea,&...
email@example.comEditor's note: A previous version of this story listed incorrect dates and location for the 2012 Lincoln County Relay for Life event. The event is June 8-9 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds. Mary Ann May and Judy Atwood Jones are both breast cancer...
Tags: Relay for Life, Mammogram, Radiology, Cancer, Chemotherapy
firstname.lastname@example.orgDozens of female cancer survivors gather each year for dinner in Jessamine County for two reasons — to celebrate and to spread a message of hope. This year’s dinner, which is annually hosted by the Jessamine County Health Department Cancer...
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email@example.comIt was only 18 months ago that Bill Noelker hung out his shingle to practice law and already he has the case of a lifetime. “This case is why I went to law school. This gets me excited,” Noelker said last week in his second-floor office...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Cancer, Politics, Measles, Birth Defects
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen the ball goes up Friday at the East Jessamine vs. West Jessamine girls’ basketball game, the crowd will likely be “Thinking Pink.” A pink game ball will be used at the tip-off of “Think Pink” weekend — two days of...
For Food on the TableGrapes have a history that date back thousands of years and are one of the earliest cultivated fruits. First harvested by Greeks for wine-making, the Romans later developed different grape varieties. Today, there are more than 8,000 varieties of grapes...
email@example.comThousands of people in Jessamine County live without insurance and often don’t receive the medical care they need. This includes mothers, fathers, children and the elderly. But a couple organizations in Jessamine County are pooling their resources...
Contributing columnistThe American Cancer Society reports that ovarian cancer is the most deadly of all gynecological cancers. It has been nicknamed the silent killer because it typically does not come to attention until it is in a late stage. It is the sixth most common...
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