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The Manchester Enterprise: News

Two Postal Employees Plead Guilty to Taking Drugs Intended for Clay Veterans

This week two U.S. Postal Service employees admitted to stealing packaged with prescription pills intended for veterans living in Eastern and Central Kentucky, including medicine that was being shipped to Manchester, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Pamela J. Hawkins, 40, pleaded guilty Tuesday while James Carter, 40, pleaded guilty Monday to the same charge in a separate case. Both are residents of Lexington and were employed at the Postal Service’s Lexington processing center.

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STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO PHI KAPPA PHI

 Brandon Hibbard of Manchester was one of 41 Eastern Kentucky University students inducted into the national Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society during a special ceremony on campus in November.

Approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni are initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year.

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KSP Hosts Cram the Cruiser

The Kentucky State Police, Post 11 London, is accepting donations of canned and non-perishable food items for its second annual “Cram the Cruiser” food drive now through Dec. 12. The local post hopes to collect a state police cruiser full of food at 11 State Police Road in London, KY.
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Kentucky Highlands to Meet with Business Owners

Kentucky Highlands Investment Corporation is a private, non-profit economic development company that serves South Eastern and South Central Kentucky. Our mission is job creation. Over the last 40 years, we have helped create over 10,500 jobs through the financing of several businesses.

We can lend money to any size business from a family-owned startup to the most sophisticated manufacturer or service company.

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Hospice of the Bluegrass to add 10-12 Nursing Positions

 Changing Caseloads to Provide More Nurses for Patients and Families

Hospice of the Bluegrass announced today that it is changing staff caseloads to increase the availability of nurses to patients and families. This move will create 10-12 additional nursing positions by early next year. Unfortunately, the move will mean the elimination of up to 20 social work positions across the state in Hospice’s 32 county service area.

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