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Women’s Health Fair draws larger crowd, more participants

Photo by Bobbie Poynter Cecilia Simpson, at right, of the Regional Prevention Center/Kids Now, shows off visual aids used in their Healthy Babies Universal Class to visitor Renee Bruce. Healthy Babies classes are held monthly at the Knox County Health Department.

Photo by Bobbie Poynter
Cecilia Simpson, at right, of the Regional Prevention Center/Kids Now, shows off visual aids used in their Healthy Babies
Universal Class to visitor Renee Bruce. Healthy Babies classes are held monthly at the Knox County Health Department.

 

By Bobbie Poynter

A steady stream of visitors came through the lobby doors Wednesday, Oct. 22, as Knox County Hospital hosted its second annual Women’s Health Fair.

The Knox County Health Department created the health fair in 2008 to help inform women in the community of the various help and health organizations available to them.

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Two Knox deputy jailers face criminal charges

By Bobbie Poynter

The Knox County grand jury indicted two jail employees Friday on criminal abuse, official misconduct and assault charges.

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Knox school officials update Chamber on future goals

Frank Shelton Knox County Public Relations Director

Frank Shelton
Knox County Public Relations Director

Kelly Sprinkles Knox County Schools Superintendent

Kelly Sprinkles
Knox County Schools Superintendent

By Bobbie Poynter
Knox County Public Relations Director Frank Shelton and Knox Schools Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles were the guest speakers for Tuesday’s Knox County Chamber meeting. The school officials shared some updates on projects the school district is currently working on.

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Hospice of the Bluegrass names new president & CEO

Elizabeth Fowler

Elizabeth Fowler

LEXINGTON  — Elizabeth (Liz) Durst Fowler, MPH has been named President & CEO of Hospice of the Bluegrass.  Fowler replaces Gretchen Brown who retired after 32 years.

Fowler has more than 30 years’ experience in health care and non-profit administration.  Prior to coming to Hospice of the Bluegrass, Fowler was with Hope Healthcare Services, a provider of post-acute healthcare services, including hospice, palliative care, PACE, home health, private duty nursing, adult day health and long-term care diversion services in Southwest Florida.  She served in several positions at Hope Healthcare including Chief of Hospice Services and Chief of Quality and Compliance. Fowler’s background also includes hospital administration and leadership of a community-based arts organization.

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Family court candidate says criminal record not an issue

Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones

When voters In Knox and Laurel counties go to the polls Nov. 4 to select a new family court judge, they will have candidate Stephen Jones’ criminal history to consider.

The Committee to Elect Marilyn Benge McGhee Family Court Judge has set up a website, www.jonesrealrecord.com, where the documents detailing Jones arrests in 1998 and 2001 on charges of possession of cocaine driving under the influence and violating a domestic violence order may be viewed.

Jones noted that all of this happened prior to attending law school.

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