The Family of Dr. James B. Noble would like to Thank everyone for their calls, texts, messages, cards, money, food, flowers and other gifts during this most difficult time of our lives. We will never forget the kindness that has been shown to us.  We would like to thank Rev. Ricky Isaacs for…

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 COVID-19 Vaccines Save Lives: As a practicing pharmacist in Lee County for over 46 years, I feel compelled to encourage everyone 16 and older in our area to get one of the COVID-19 vaccines.  Currently, Lee County has only 1,961 people fully vaccinated which represents 29.05% of our populat…

 The Kentucky Press Association Board of Directors appreciates Governor Andy Beshear vetoing Senate Bill 48. As originally introduced by Senator Danny Carroll, it was language that KPA and its general counsels had worked on for more than two years. It was acceptable in its original form but …

 The Kentucky Press Association strongly urges the Governor to veto the SB 48, a bill recently passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.

Over the past year, telehealth has proven to be an invaluable tool for health providers across Kentucky working to ensure that our patients can access vital medical care and other critical health services during the pandemic. 

  Based on the facts of numbers, Biden was not “elected”. He was appointed. From the changes in the way the election was completed, anyone could see how this train wreck would happen. Now here we are, back at the swamp of doom.    

Friday dawned crisp and cold with a nice covering of snow.  What a beautiful day. Long before the sun rose, road crews were salting and scraping county and state roads. Before the weekend was over, temperatures were rising, fog and frost covered the area and the snow vanished followed by con…

Things did get dicey for us last Tuesday as the snow started really falling around eight, but state and local road crews were on it and the sun coming out around noon made for clear, dry roads by the time folks headed home from work and school.  Well done to all the road crews.