KY Pharmecutical Company Pays 5.2 Million In Fraud Charges

KY Pharmecutical Company Pays 5.2 Million In Fraud Charges The Kentucky Department of Justice reports Cooley Medical Equipment Inc. headquartered in Prestonsburg has agreed to pay $5,254,912 for submitting false or fraudulent claims that misrepresented the ingredients used in certain compounded medical creams.According to the report, in 2015 a pharmacy in Prestonsburg operated by…

KY Highlands Celebrating 50 Years

KY Highlands Celebrating 50 Years Kentucky Highlands is celebrating its 50th anniversary.KHIC was formed during the War on Poverty in 1968 to stimulate job creation and economic investment.Officials said it has helped create or maintain more than 25,000 jobs in Southeastern Kentucky.It is now one of the largest small business development investors in rural…

KY In-Person Absentee Voting Begins

KY In-Person Absentee Voting Begins In-person absentee voting has begun in Kentucky for the Nov. 6 elections.Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says eligible voters can cast an absentee ballot in person at their local county clerk’s office. To be eligible, a voter must be either out of the county on Election Day,…

Mexican Co. Brings Jobs To KY

Mexican Co. Brings Jobs To KY A Mexican company plans to bring hundreds of jobs to a southern Kentucky county.RSTMEX is re-branding as RSTUSA and is establishing its company in Somset. “I mean, we’re probably within 300 miles of 50 million people in all this area so that was a big important part of…

Regional Poll Points Slightly Downward For Trump

Regional Poll Points Slightly Downward For Trump A WSAZ-Gray Television poll released Monday shows a slight drop in approval ratings among West Virginia’s likely voters for President Donald Trump.The poll shows that 58 percent of respondents approved of the job the President is doing. That’s down four points from his 62 percent approval rating…

KY Education Association Holds Candidate Forum

KY Education Association Holds Candidate Forum Monday evening about 50 people gathered at the Hazard Forum to have an open discussion with candidates the Kentucky Education Association endorsed for in the upcoming elections.”Last year’s events have shown how much teachers and classified employees have a voice in this state,” said Regina Brown, a KEA…