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For $7,900, 19 senior adults in Clark County can receive a hot meal once a day for six months. The Clark County Generations Center, operating under the umbrella of Kentucky River Foothills, currently feeds 50 seniors each day through its home meal...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA program begun in 2011 by Caretenders Home Health Agency is continuing this year. The program, which recognizes February as Love a Senior Month, collects necessities for senior citizens who frequently are on fixed incomes. Julie Shewmaker, account...
email@example.comU.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie is a relative newcomer to these parts, so the Bowling Green Republican had a fresh audience Thursday at the Danville Country Club for his “Why I ran for Congress” story. He credited wild child actress Lindsay Lohan....
The Winchester-Clark County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a seminar on the new health care reform law and how it affects employers and the affect it will have on their businesses. With the passage of the most significant reform of America’s...
Associated PressFRANKFORT — Declaring “the day of reckoning has come,” Gov. Steve Beshear called Tuesday for 8.4 percent cuts to most government agencies. Only education, public safety and a handful of other programs would be spared to make up a $742...
State SenatorAs most of you are aware, the 2012 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly began at noon, Jan. 3. Being an even numbered year, this is considered a long session because legislators will be developing the two-year budget for the state. Much has been made...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Garrard County Emergency Medical Services Director Chuck O’Neal and his staff emptied every piece of medical equipment from their ambulance fleet last week. Baskets of bandages, gloves, IV bags, oxygen masks and more were piled...
email@example.comMembers of the Jessamine County Chamber of Commerce met with local state legislators Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, and Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, to talk shop over eggs, bacon and biscuits Saturday morning. Damron and Buford spent about an...
Tags: Medicaid, Tom Buford, Jennifer Wyatt, Steve Beshear, Health
firstname.lastname@example.orgAt a school-board hearing to set the tax rate in August, Donna Fizer of Nicholasville held up a newspaper article about nearly 21 percent of Jessamine County children living in poverty in 2009, imploring the body not to raise the tax. Fizer will have...
I would like to respond to Gil Russell, who wrote that I need to “grow up.” Russell, and those who think as he does, needs to accept the facts. According to most polls and economic analysts, 67 percent of Americans, many who are Republicans,...
Tags: Sociology, Politics, Vietnam, Democratic Party, Health
In response to Roger Bowman’s letter to the editor, I would be happy to turn down Social Security and Medicare. I believe Social Security, Medicare and the income tax are three of the biggest mistakes this country has ever made. If Obamacare is...
The Winchester SunOf all the issues facing the elderly today, Kentucky Commissioner of Aging and Indpendent Living Deborah Anderson said apathy is the one that she fears the most. “It’s actually apathy that scares me to death,” Anderson said. The...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Politics, Retirement, Apathy, Health
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