Performing Arts Schedule Announced

November 2nd, 2011 · 7:32 pm  →  Posts

The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center has revealed the schedule for its inaugural season.
Cats, Mamma Mia, and The Riverdance are just a few of the big names coming to the area starting in March. SKyPAC and patrons alike say they hope these big names will bring more tourism to the area.
“We can do things for [...]

Candidate is “Rising Star”

October 27th, 2011 · 6:58 pm  →  Posts

Louisville’s Courier Journal printed acknowledged Republican Todd P’Pool has generated enthusiasm among party loyalists who view him as a rising star for the GOP.
Todd has been Hopkins County Attorney since 2006, and is currently running for Kentucky’s Attorney General.
To read the full article by Deborah Yetter, visit the Courier Journal.
To learn more abut Todd P’Pool, [...]

Local Attraction Receives Grant

October 26th, 2011 · 4:01 pm  →  Posts

Lost River Cave and Valley was one of 11 entities this week to benefit from a $2.9 million federal grant. The grants will be used in the development of watershed management plans and implementation of nonpoint source pollution controls.
Lost River Cave and Valley is home to the only underground boat tour in the state of [...]

Hometown Hero Helps Needy Children

October 24th, 2011 · 4:46 pm  →  Posts

When Toni Langevin, the Administrative Assistant to the Assistant Superintendent of Warren County Schools, heard about kids at Warren Elementary School in need of closed-toe shoes, she decided to start a shoe drive at the Central Office.
Her goal was to collect 250 pairs of shoes, so she put out the word to friends and family [...]

Ft. Campbell Home to Wounded Troop Barracks

October 12th, 2011 · 4:54 pm  →  Posts

A new apartment-style barracks are opening at Fort Campbell to serve ill, injured or wounded troops who are in combat. This new complex is funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and can house up to 206 soldiers who use wheelchairs or prosthetics or need specialized medical care.
Read the full article by [...]

Some Birth Injuries Could Be Prevented

September 29th, 2011 · 6:58 pm  →  Posts

Many birth injuries can be prevented if necessary precautions are taken. When hospital employees make careless mistakes, it is often the infant who suffers. At Hughes & Coleman, we believe those responsible for causing preventable birth injuries need to be held accountable for their carelessness.
Brachial plexus injuries (such as Erb’s palsy) are conditions that affect [...]

Missing Soldier Laid to Rest

September 28th, 2011 · 1:04 pm  →  Posts

Spc. Marvin Foster Phillips was declared missing in action in Vietnam after his helicopter was shot down over the South China Sea. Since his disappearance, many friends and relatives over the years had traced out his name on the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D.C.
The soldiers who volunteered to participate in the funeral saw it as [...]

Transvaginal Mesh Failure

September 26th, 2011 · 4:10 pm  →  Posts

Transvaginal meshes are implantable devices used in women for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the muscles and ligaments supporting a woman’s pelvic organs weaken, causing the pelvic organs to slip out of place. Pelvic organ prolapse can worsen over time and may require surgery to repair the damage. Some [...]

KJA Names New President

September 22nd, 2011 · 7:16 pm  →  Posts

Congratulations to Hughes & Coleman attorney and Super Lawyer Sheila Hiestand on her most recent accomplishment of being elected the Kentucky Justice Association President.
Over the years, the Kentucky Justice Association has grown into an important, statewide voice for consumers. The Association’s more than 1400 members are committed to improving the quality of legal representation for [...]

Dakota Meyer Receives Medal of Honor

September 19th, 2011 · 2:06 pm  →  Posts

On September 8, 2009, near the village of Ganjgal, Meyer learned that three U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman were missing after being ambushed by a group of insurgents. He charged into an area known to be inhabited by insurgents and under enemy fire. Meyer eventually found all four dead and stripped of their [...]