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Bob Lambert returns to the Hills

{jcomments on}Bob Lambert

 

I feel compelled to thank all of you who welcomed my arrival back to Manchester. And I thought this e-paper (ClayCoNews) was the correct conduit to do so.

My stroke debilitated the portion of my brain that controls my muscular functions, such as walking (my balance is quite attrocious).

My mind portion, that controls emotion was severely damaged, but thankfully that has improved considerably. At first my short term memory was damaged. I almost had to write my name backwards on the mirror so I would remember myself!

Letter to ClayCoNews Editor

{jcomments on}Robert L. Mason - Author - Not Without Blood

 

From:  Robert L. Mason

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I read with great interest the Bob Lambert article concerning U. S. Senator Rand Paul's appearance in Manchester.  I confess that I too am favorably impressed by the style of Sen. Paul while I remain uncertain as to his substance.

Gov. Beshear to Lead Kentucky Export Related Trade Mission to Canada

Governor Steve Beshear

 

More than 20 Kentucky companies seek export opportunities with Canada. The trade mission, which runs from June 3 through June 7, will feature a reception to celebrate and help build business relationships between Kentucky and Canadian companies.

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Joined by nearly two dozen Kentucky companies and several trade partners, Governor Steve Beshear is set to lead an international business trade mission to Canada.

First Lady Announces Walmart Foundation Donation to Recovery Kentucky Substance Abuse Centers

First Lady Jane Beshear

Walmart Foundation donates $20,500 to Trilogy Inc., Cumberland Hope Recovery Kentucky Centers

FRANKFORT, Ky.– First Lady Jane Beshear has joined substance abuse treatment advocates from across the state to announce a donation from the Walmart Foundation to benefit two Recovery Kentucky Centers. The Cumberland Hope Community Center for Women in Evarts will receive $10,500 from the Foundation and the Trilogy Center for Women in Hopkinsville will receive $10,000.

Attorneys General Call for Urban Outfitters to Stop Selling Products that Promote Prescription Drug Abuse

Attorney General Jack Conway, backed by 23 of his colleagues, is again calling on Urban Outfitters to stop selling pint glasses, shot glasses and flasks made to look like prescription pill bottles.

 

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