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The Clark County Activity Coalition held its monthly meeting Feb. 21 at College Park Gym. Co-Chairperson Gina Lang called the meeting to order and gave an update on the Winchester Weigh Down, a 10-week weight loss competition that began Jan. 19. There...
Poison hemlock, which was introduced to the United States as an ornamental in the 1800s, is widespread throughout most of the state and much of North America. In the past, it was typically found along roadways, abandoned lots, fencerows and other non-...
Stress is a daily part of life for many people in today’s world. In a world with growing responsibilities for everyone it is no surprise that stress is growing also. Stress can be found in many parts of the environment around you, at work, at home,...
Tags: Health, Headaches, Asthma, Behavioral Conditions, Diabetes
Terri Knight describes her decision to lose weight as an “a-ha moment.” Three years ago, Knight saw a picture of herself from a family Christmas gathering and, at that moment, she decided it was time for a change. “I think I’ve...
The Winchester SunThanks to a partnership between the Clark County Health Department and Clark County Public Schools, as well as St. Agatha Academy, fourth- and fifth-grade students this spring have the opportunity to be the first students in the state to participate in...
TODAY — “Making Small Changes to Your Diet,” 6-7 p.m., Clark County Home Health, 273 Shoppers Drive. Taught by Cara O’Neill, Clark County Health Department. To register, call 744-4482. — Internal energy exercise class, 7:30-...
March is awareness month for colorectal cancer — cancer of the colon or rectum. According to www.preventcancer.org, this year, more than 142,500 people will be diagnosed with the disease. Nearly 51,400 will die. “Colonoscopies are not that...
Contributing columnistI found it funny that Gov. Steve Beshear recently referred to the legislature as “fat boys.” I guess he was frustrated with them for not agreeing to his plan for the budget. Of course, he hasn’t provided much leadership himself, because...
TODAY — Clark County Extension District Board meeting, 12:30 p.m., Clark County Extension Office. — Winchester Rotary Club meeting, noon, Winchester Country Club. Former University of Kentucky basketball player Mark Krebs will be the speaker....
Guest columnistEnvironmental fanatics are ducking for cover. They’re undone by catastrophic mishaps; one now all too real, another of great potential. Each will blow the cover off their progressive agenda. Pseudo-science was once poised to bankrupt Kentucky coal....
Tags: Health, Upstream Oil and Gas Activities, Coal, Japan, Skin
TODAY — Life Hurts, God Heals, group for teenagers who have experienced pain related to troubled family dynamics, depression, drinking, drugs, cutting, pornography, eating disorders, anger and other issues, Calvary Christian Church, 7-9 p.m. For...
I found it funny that Gov. Steve Beshear recently referred to the legislature as “fat boys.” I guess he was frustrated with them for not agreeing to his plan for the budget. Of course, he hasn’t provided much leadership himself, because...
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