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The Winchester SunThe hardest part of treating dementia, according to neurologist Dr. Greg Cooper, is knowing the patient will not be cured. “We need to change our values from curing to caring,” Cooper said. Medical ethics, particularly caring for patients...
Tags: Values, Medical Research, Health, Religion and Belief, Trials
firstname.lastname@example.orgFormer city manager Paul Stansbury raised questions at the Danville City Commission meeting Monday, prompting Mayor Bernie Hunstad to ask if the questions violate the city’s ethics policy. During the period reserved for public comment, Stansbury...
Tags: Elections, Values, Religion and Belief, Prosecution, Politics
The Winchester SunAn unethical business is not likely to achieve long-term success. Ultimately, ethical business and financial practices are best for business owners, financial experts and customers, Jason Collins, a Hilliard Lyons investment broker, said during a...
The Winchester SunIf Kentucky voters approve a constitutional amendment allowing expanded casino gambling, the employer of state Sen. R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester, a leading co-sponsor of the bill could benefit financially. Palmer works as a banker at Ross, Sinclaire and...
Tags: Elections, Values, Religion and Belief, Voting, Politics
TODAY — Panel discussion on free and low cost sports and recreation opportunities for youth, 11 a.m., Clark County Public Library, free and open to the public. The discussion counts as a Community Services budgeting class. — Lecture series...
email@example.comWhen ESPN national recruiting director Paul Biancardi talked recently to Shabazz Muhammad, the top-ranked prospect in the 2012 recruiting class, he sensed that Muhammad was not ready to make his college choice any time soon. The same goes for 6-foot-10...
TODAY — Community Education belly dance class, 6:15-7:30 p.m., $6/class, College Park Library. — TLC meeting, 1 p.m., D.J.’s. — Shearer Elementary School-based Decision-making Council meeting, 3:15 p.m., at the school, to...
Clark County Ethics Committee meets Thursday The Clark County Ethics Committee will meet Thursday at 3 p.m. in the conference room of the Clark County courthouse to review financial disclosure forms which were due March 1. Those with questions or who...
The Winchester SunThe Right Rev. Chilton Knudsen, the interim assisting bishop of the Lexington Diocese of the Episcopal Church, spoke at the third installment of Emmanuel Episcopal Church’s Lenten lecture series on ethics. Knudsen emphasized the importance of...
Tags: Lent, Suicide, Values, Religion and Belief, Euthanasia
The economic downturn in America and throughout the world seems to have reduced our public policy decision making to one guiding principle — “Will this decision create jobs and increase employment?” Although a critical issue to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEast Jessamine has a big task ahead of it in replacing Emily Underwood. In her four years at East, Underwood was one of the most decorated players in Lady Jags basketball history, scoring more than 1,000 points, averaging 20 points a game last year...
Tags: Values, Religion and Belief, Basketball
I have long expressed deep concern over the rapid erosion of our Constitution. It is under siege and being destroyed. We should be deeply concerned. Our Founding Fathers said unless our Constitution is based on biblical religion and morality it will not...
Tags: Values, Religion and Belief, John Adams, Christianity
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