Dr. Ben Mudd, KPhA

Kentucky Pharmacists on Frontlines of Improving Community Health

Op-Ed
By Dr. Ben Mudd

Every day, pharmacists across the commonwealth step up to promote a healthy Kentucky. And that involves so much more than filling medications and sending patients on their way. Kentucky pharmacists have always been committed to expanding access to high quality care, encouraging vaccinations and meeting our patients’ needs. Throughout the pandemic, that commitment has only grown stronger.

Op-Ed: Employers Can Help Kentuckians Reach Long-term Recovery While Building Their Workforce

By LaKisha Miller, Van Ingram, Pat Fogarty and Jamie Johnson

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LaKisha Miller is Executive Director of the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center. Van Ingram is Executive Director for the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy. Pat Fogarty is Senior Vice President of Operations at Addiction Recovery Care. Jamie Johnson is Vice President of Operations at Dorman Products in Warsaw, Kentucky.

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the past 18 months have brought many challenges for our health care system, businesses, schools and families. Now, employers of all types and sizes across Kentucky are eager to get back on track and contribute to the state’s economic recovery. But many are struggling to find and retain the workforce they need to bounce back, meet customer demand and take their businesses to the next level.

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

By:
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.

Hoskins Cemetery on Island Creek Hill in Clay County, Kentucky

OP-ED: THE VETERANS IN THE HOSKINS CEMETERY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO REST IN PEACE

Op-Ed by Darrell W. Peters

In my opinion, the Veterans in the Hoskins Cemetery, which is over one hundred twenty-five (125) years old, should be allowed to Rest in Peace in the plots selected by them or their family members as their Final Resting Place. I am a retired Veteran with thirty seven (37) years of military service in the United States Army Medical Corp as a Combat Medic. I am the son of Ernest Christopher Peters, a Veteran of Korea and Vietnam, who retired with twenty-one (21) years of military service. As a member of the United States Army Medical Corp, I have seen death and have had extensive training on the proper handling disposition, transportation, and regulations regarding funeral and burial services.

Andrew J. Vandiver

Op-Ed: Shop for more than just Supplies. Shop for Education

Op-Ed by Andrew J. Vandiver, president of EdChoice Kentucky

School is back in session. New classrooms, new supplies and new teachers bring a feeling of opportunity, and maybe a little anxiety too.

 

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