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Baptist Health joins CareSource Health Plan Network

CareSource and Baptist Health have reached an agreement to provide quality access to health care for consumers in Kentucky and southern Indiana through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Beginning in January 2018, Baptist Health providers in both states will accept CareSource...
Posted On 30 Nov 2017
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Williamsburg Health and Rehab wins ‘Best of Kentucky’ award

Williamsburg Health & Rehabilitation Center was recognized as the overall “Best of Kentucky” at the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities’ Annual Quality Awards Banquet on Nov.16 at the Galt House in Louisville. Barbourville Health & Rehabilitation Center was...
Posted On 22 Nov 2017
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Details behind horse track land deal revealed

A bold and risky business move in 2015 proved to be a good bet for one local company. According to public records obtained by The Mountain Advocate, on Tuesday, October 31, Willow Creek Farms, LLC executed their option to purchase 149 acres. The land was purchased from the...
Posted On 20 Nov 2017
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My friend on the Wall that Heals

The Vietnam War was long, horrible, and divided our nation. Those who served in the military then were not treated kindly when they returned. Some of us served during that period and returned to civilian life without much notice. Others returned scared or disabled with physical...
Posted On 07 Nov 2017
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Romines joins First State Bank’s board of directors

First State Bank is pleased to announce that Attorney Shane Romines has joined our board of directors. A native of Corbin, Shane is a founding member of Copeland & Romines Law Office, PLLC, where he focuses on personal injury, workers’ compensation, real estate and banking...
Posted On 02 Nov 2017
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Horse track plans key to Kentucky’s growth

When opportunity knocks, we should open the door. Over the years, Kentucky has made great progress in becoming a better place for business. So, when Churchill Downs and Keeneland announced they are joining forces to further invest in our state, the Kentucky Chamber was thrilled...
Posted On 02 Nov 2017
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Dispelling some misconceptions about KY Wired

In the interest of openness and transparency, the Kentucky Communications Network Authority (KCNA) would like to address some statements about KentuckyWired that have appeared in the public forum lately. KCNA would like Kentucky’s citizens to be properly informed. Misconception...
Posted On 30 Oct 2017
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Remains found in Gray in 1985 may be North Carolina woman

After 32 years of unanswered questions, Kentucky State Police Post 10 is hopeful some answers might finally come to light concerning a redheaded Jane Doe found in Gray, KY. According to a press release from KSP, detectives have been in contact with individuals in North Carolina...
Posted On 25 Oct 2017
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Trial date set for Corbin man accused of sexual abuse, sodomy and incest

Four years after indictment, a trial date has been set for a sexual abuse case. John E. Sutherland, 74, of Corbin, faces total of 24 counts of sexual abuse, sodomy and incest. At a previous hearing, Sutherland’s court-appointed attorney, Kara Ottis, claimed that since the case...
Posted On 18 Oct 2017
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Knox County man charged with rape of minor he met at NIBROC

A mother’s call led Kentucky State Police to arrest a Knox County man for and inappropriate relationship with her underage daughter. Detective Aaron Frederick, of Post 10 in Harlan, responded to the complaint received Wednesday, Sept. 27. Detective Frederick contacted James...
Posted On 11 Oct 2017
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