A Ride To Remember Our Heroes will benefit the Warren County Backpack Food Program. This program is currently managed by SOKY PATRIOTS INC. Sponsor a mile for $136* in memory of your hero. Your hero can be a Veteran, Police Officer, Fire Fighter, EMS, Doctor, Nurse, or Front Lines Worker.
Kentuckians who disagree with decisions made by their health insurance carrier about the necessity of services, treatments or medication can seek to have an outside expert review that decision, and possibly have it overturned.
I thought with us being a place where our property likes to engage with our community, whether that’s virtually or before hands-on holding events, that this would be a great event to do for 2020 ultimately having some type of positive impact on the community.”
The Dental Clinic provides care to over 2,200 people of all ages each year with its one full-time dentist and one-full time hygienist. These patients do not have health insurance, cannot afford proper care, and some are homeless.
Gov. Andy Beshear announced 22 Western Kentucky governments were approved for $14,905,621 in reimbursements from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act for local governments with expenses related to COVID-19.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office today defended the Constitutional rights of Kentuckians and Kentucky business owners before the Commonwealth’s highest court. The Supreme Court of Kentucky heard oral arguments in the case of Beshear v. Acree, which challenges the constitutionality of many of the Governor’s COVID-19 executive orders.
Sarah currently has AT&T, but she says since the beginning of the pandemic, it’s been harder and harder to get a reliable connection online. And unfortunately, her address is currently not serviced under the Warren RECC Fiber internet pilot program.