Woman Reunited With Pet Dog

Woman Reunited With Pet Dog A Kentucky woman who lost her two Jack Russell terriers four years ago has been reunited with one of them.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that Janece Parsons got a call Tuesday that said her dog Army had been found safe and was identified through a microchip. Parsons and her family…

Medical Reimbursement Suspended

Medical Reimbursement Suspended A federal agency has decided to stop reimbursing a southeastern Kentucky hospital where an inspection found numerous problems.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services terminated its agreement last week with the Southeast Kentucky Medical Center in Pineville. The action comes after a January report from the Kentucky…

Remembering A Pike County Sheriff’s Deputy

Remembering A Pike County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Taylor is known as a man who always worked hard and loved people.Family and loved ones joined together Thursday to say their final goodbyes to the county worker and Pike County Sheriff’s deputy.Taylor died when a tree fell on the excavator he was operating while working in…

Speciality Clinic Opens In Jackson

Speciality Clinic Opens In Jackson The Jackson ARH Specialty Clinic opened to the public on Thursday.The clinic is located directly in front of the Kentucky River Medical Center in Breathitt County.Officials say the clinic offers a wide range of specialty services like cardiology, oncology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, nephrology, podiatry, and urology. …

Providing For Those In Need

Providing For Those In Need A local group got the chance to give back at the Catholic Action Center in Lexington.Members Heritage Credit Union employees provided breakfast Thursday for those at the center.The center will celebrate its 20th anniversary next month.So far, 5.9 million meals have been served thanks to local groups willing to…

Cleaning Up Floyd County

Cleaning Up Floyd County What happened in minutes is now causing days of cleanup in Floyd County. Wednesday afternoon the weather phenomenon known as a downburst shook downtown Prestonsburg with 70-80 mile per hour winds.“I mean you could see trees and leaves and branches swarming everywhere,” said Kayla Lazar, who works at Billy Ray’s…