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The Winchester SunA student athlete at George Rogers Clark High School has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. Clark County Superintendent Elaine Farris said school officials were notified Wednesday that the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — There are more teenage mothers in Mercer County than in most other regions of central Kentucky, which has prompted the health department to renew its efforts to bring abstinence-based education into the public schools. On Thursday,...
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Infant botulism is an illness that can occur when an infant ingests bacteria that produce a toxin inside the body. The condition can be frightening because it can cause muscle weakness and breathing problems. But it is very rare: Fewer than 100 cases...
First Amendment CenterWhen Jake Balthazor was sent to the office by his teacher last week, imagine his surprise. After all, Jake hadn’t disrupted class, failed to do his homework or committed any other offense that might lead to disciplinary action at Coon Rapids High...
County coronerWhile my previous column was on preventing accidental drowning from all sources of water, this month I am specifically addressing swimming-pool safety. With the approach of Memorial Day, which is the traditional start of the summer swimming season,...
Contributing columnistAs the ways of engaging in the online community continues to expand, younger children are beginning to participate in social networking sites and chat rooms. Even from within the safety of your home, the Internet can be incredibly dangerous, and it’...
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Children’s activity levels have dropped in recent decades through a number of factors, among them, cultural shifts in the way parents and supervisors address issues of child safety and supervision, differences in built and outdoor environments, to...
email@example.comOngoing national scandals of sex abuse at public institutions have caused the Jessamine County school district to revisit its policy and suggest strong, clear language about boundaries in coach-athlete relationships. The most prominent scandal has been...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStudents across all grade levels in Jessamine County say their teachers expect the best from them, according to a survey in public schools last year. Meanwhile, teachers perceived lower morale for themselves and their administrators compared to data...
Tags: Stress, Human Interest
email@example.comPERRYVILLE — Billy Matherly waited 54 years to make the phone call. Still, the long search for the name of the person on the other end of the line seemed easy compared to figuring out what to say if she answered. So, when he heard Nell Dixon...
October is SIDS Awareness Month SIDS stands for sudden infant death syndrome, the sudden and unexplained death of a baby under the age of 1 year. Because many SIDS babies are found in their cribs, some people called it “crib death,” but...
Tags: Breastfeeding, Human Body, Facebook
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