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Until a year ago, it had been years since Winchester Police officers made a controlled buy for heroin. It just wasn’t in demand. Pills — narcotic painkillers of many types — were plentiful. In other parts of the state, meth had a strong...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSarah Shay was a vibrant young girl with a bright future, according to her mother, Dr. Karen Shay, a Morehead dentist. “She was a great girl,” Dr. Shay told students, faculty and local officials during an assembly in the West Jessamine...
Editor’s note: The following letter is being printed again after it ran with errors in Wednesday’s edition of the Sun. Mayfield wrong on House Bill 1 Dear editor, In the past week or so there have been some letters lauding Donna Mayfield for...
email@example.comBy all preliminary accounts, the first stem-cell therapy treatment done on a canine in Nicholasville is a complete success. The 8-year-old golden Labrador and service dog, Booster, had been showing signs of hip dysplasia and became the first to undergo...
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Beach a dedicated leader Dear editor, I am writing in support of Rick Beach’s candidacy for city commissioner. Rick has been very active in his role as Winchester commissioner. He has accomplished great things for the citizens of our community,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Every single death of a person under 50 in Garrard County this year was drug or alcohol related, according to a report presented during Monday’s Fiscal Court meeting. Garrard Coroner Daryl Hodge has responded to an unusually...
email@example.comMORELAND — A small medical clinic that has reportedly been under investigation by federal drug authorities has closed its doors and moved to another location. Advanced Care Center, located in a small commercial development along U.S. 127, ceased...
Kentucky Medical AssociationAddiction to legal prescription drugs has become a major public health issue across the United States. This problem has been especially hard on Kentuckians, particularly those in the poorer parts of the state. This addiction is leading to increased...
The Winchester SunA Winchester doctor can no longer prescribe controlled substances after reaching an agreement with the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure. According to an Agreed Order of Indefinite Restriction, Dr. Richard Ostreich “failed to conform to...
The Winchester SunState Rep. Donna Mayfield (R-Winchester) and state Sen. Minority Leader R.J. Palmer, (D-Winchester) have both introduced legislation to tighten controls on “pill mills” and reduce the illegal purchase of prescription drugs in the state. House...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeveral bills pre-filed by local lawmakers ahead of the Kentucky General Assembly's regular session next month deal with either drug use among recipients of state and federal funds, or limiting access to illegal drugs. A new version of District 36 Rep....
Patients need your blood donations To the editor: Last year our community honored individuals who served our community in a rather unique way. We honored 14 individuals who had donated more than 80 times during blood drives. For every one pint donated,...
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