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Prescription drug abuse is alarmingly high across the nation, and the statistics for Kentucky speak for themselves. According to Kentucky’s attorney general, fatal drug overdoses have doubled over five years and are now the second leading cause of...
email@example.comAmong the pills, money and guns police found after Steven Wilson crashed his truck Monday night was a telltale container from a pharmacy in Georgia. “He had one script for 90 Percocets filled on Feb. 26, and it was completely empty,” Boyle...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree candidates for Kentucky governor appeared in Louisville Friday and sparred on issues including tax reform, a statewide smoking ban and a drug-testing requirement for those receiving public assistance. Republicans state Sen. David Williams, R-...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln County Coroner Farris Marcum’s office conducted 76 death investigations in 2010, 52 of which resulted from natural causes. Among the 24 deaths considered unnatural, one category rose to a level of concern for Marcum, who...
The Hope Clinic will celebrate its new location at 105 Daniel Drive with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house from 2-4 p.m. Feb. 27. The ribbon-cutting will be at 2 p.m. Refreshments and guided tours of the facility are planned. The clinic is next...
Newspaper should raise awareness of pill problem To the Sun: I read The Winchester Sun often to keep up on the news. I am a resident of Winchester and have been for over half of my life. As much as I enjoy the newspaper, I am having an issue that I would...
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The numbers are staggering: We’re losing 82 Kentuckians a month to drug overdose, from the cities to rural areas in Appalachia. Nearly 1,000 of our fellow Kentuckians died from drug overdoses in 2009, more than those killed in traffic crashes....
South Bend TribuneRecent Holy Cross graduate Yama Kader is days away from finally laying eyes on the country he’ll be representing on the basketball court. Kader, who was born in California to Afghan immigrants, is a guard on the Afghan National team, which is...
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KNOX -- A permanent pill drop box has been placed at the Starke County Sheriff's Department at 108 N. Pearl St. Bought with funds raised by Starke County Triad, the box in the entry to the police office is for unused or expired prescription drugs,...
South Bend TribuneCASSOPOLIS — A Niles man whose obsession with a Cass County woman led to her unlawful imprisonment, sexual assault and an eventual 14-hour standoff with police will pay a heavy price for his crime. Despite Michael Long’s tearful apology, Cass...
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