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Today's News

  • FROM OUR READERS - Reader offers his health care solution

    The United States of America has the best health care for its citizens when you look at its quality of service, health care technology, and responsiveness, that can’t be matched by any other nation on earth.  It is so important that we maintain this quality of health care services, but can we afford its cost?  

  • TES students should be thrilled

    I was neither a great nor eager student. By mid-September, I was already looking forward to the end of the school year. But like almost every kid, I found the first day of school to be exciting.

    It was pretty much the only time I was organized, with my pencils and papers neatly tucked away in my box or folder, my shoes free from dirty scuffs and a clean slate to impress my new teachers.

    The fresh start had me excited about school and at least for a few days, enthusiastic and motivated to do my best.

  • Family physicians play role in opioid epidemic

    Across Kentucky, community leaders, health care professionals, public policy makers and law enforcement officials are stepping up to address the opioid epidemic. The Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians is one of the many groups working to stop opioid abuse before it starts and to help those who are already struggling with opioid use disorders.

  • KMA files motion supporting medical review bill

    The Kentucky Medical Association has filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit filed in Franklin Circuit Court challenging the constitutionality of Senate Bill 4, which established Medical Review Panels to evaluate medical malpractice claims before they can proceed in court.

    KMA was among several health care stakeholders that supported the legislation and worked with legislators to ensure it would pass constitutional muster.

  • Comforting lies

    Most mornings we get up and at least glance in the mirror, but what do we really see?  As I get older, I realize the guy in the mirror has changed.  I mean, when did that double chin show up?  And where did my hair go?  So I see evidence every day that I am not as young as I used to be, yet in my mind I still think like that 25-year-old I remember.

  • Church Happenings - Week of August 2, 2017

    Car Show and Auction at Grace Chapel

    There will be a fish fry and car show with live and silent auction at Grace Chapel on Saturday, August 19 from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. There will also be gospel music with Victory Road and The Joy Makers. Live auction items include four tickets to Disney World. To register your car (no fee) or if you have questions, call 639-1737. There will be trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the car show.

  • TSCFD honors past while staying up-to-date

     

  • Jones reflects on year’s reign as Miss Kentucky

     

  • Back to School - Readifest and Health Fair

     

    Readifest and Health Fair is sponsored by the Family Resource Youth Services Center and the Spencer County Extention Office, and draws businesses, organizations and support from all areas of the county to help local students prepare for the upcoming school year.
     

  • Salt River Veterinary Clinic & Full-Service Hospital

     

    Owner: Dan Bension, DVM, CVA
    Address: 246 Taylorsville Road
    Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.;  Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.;  Wednesday, Emergencies only.
    Years in business: Over 19 years
    Primary business: Specializing in both small and large animal veterinary services.
    Phone: 502-477-2966
    Website: www.saltriverveterinaryclinic.com