Grace Health earns National Recognition for Efforts to improve Cardiovascular Health for Patients

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The American Heart Association in collaboration with the American Medical Association annually recognizes organizations that are committed to evidence-base guidelines in the control of blood pressure, cholesterol and type 2-diabetes.

To improve quality of care and help people manage their risk factors around high cholesterol, type 2-diabetes and/or blood pressure management, Grace Health participates in the following programs:

Manchester, Kentucky Woman taken into Custody in Laurel County on Arrest Warrant

LONDON, KY - Laurel County Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff's Deputy Dustin Saylor Arrested Flora Namauu age 39 of Manchester on Tuesday afternoon September 14, 2021 at approximately 4:20 PM.

Completion of Rails-to-Trails Project celebrated in Prestonsburg, Kentucky

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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Completion of The Prestonsburg Passage

PRESTONSBURG, KY – U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers joined local leaders at Archer Park in Floyd County to celebrate the completion of The Prestonsburg Passage, an 8.2-mile rails-to-trails project that converted a former railroad track into a paved trail for hiking and biking in Prestonsburg.

Corbin, Kentucky Man found in possession of Methamphetamine on Highway 770

LONDON, KY (September 16, 2021) - Laurel County Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff's K-9 Deputy Jake Miller along with Deputy Brian France arrested Anthony Wayne Martin age 33 of Livingston Sreet, Corbin on Wednesday morning September 15, 2021 at approximately 11:01 AM.

Elementary education program at Cumberlands ranks among top in Kentucky

WILLIAMSBURG, KY – University of the Cumberlands’ Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree program has been recognized by the Council on Post-Secondary Education (CPE) as being in the top five of all academic programs in Kentucky for exemplary preparation of students for early career success.

Op-Ed: Another Lesson We’ve Learned from the Pandemic? More Workforce Housing is a Necessity

Anthony D. Elmore,
Chief Operating Officer of Wabuck Development Company, Inc.
Michael B. Gross,
Development Director of LDG Multifamily
Mike A. Hynes,
Chairman of the Kentucky Affordable Housing Coalition. Inc.
Tammy J. Stansbury,
Secretary of the Kentucky Affordable Housing Coalition, Inc.

No one will argue that the past year and a half have been a challenge for all of us, but there is no possible way we, as a society, can give enough thanks to those that have been at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic. The selfless drive among frontline workers to work countless hours has been nothing short of remarkable.


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