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As Covid infections hit all time highs, what happened to the...

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With infection rates skyrocketing to all time highest levels ever seen, what has happened to shutting schools down to in person learning? Shuttering businesses, restaurants and bars?...

Retired Richmond police officer succumbs to Covid-19

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Susan Denise Casteel, age 54, of Berea, passed away last week after a long hard battle with Covid, on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, Ms. Casteel...

Baptist Health Richmond suspending elective procedures due to COVID-19 surge

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Effective Wednesday, Jan. 26, Baptist Health Richmond is suspending all elective procedures due to an increase in patient volumes attributed to the current COVID-19 surge. Imaging...

Baptist Health reopens walk-in clinic in Richmond

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Baptist Health Medical Group Family Medicine has reopened the walk-in clinic at Baptist Health Richmond, open Monday – Friday from 1 p.m. – 9...

Prayer vigil set for Ravenna Fire Chief and Estill Firefighter battling...

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A prayer vigil has been set for tonight, December 17th at 7pm at Body of Christ church at 58 River drive for a prayer...

New I.D. Requirement for Unemployment Insurance Claimants Coming Nov. 4

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In an effort to mitigate fraud and allow state unemployment officials to focus on assisting Kentuckians with legitimate claims, the Office of Unemployment Insurance...

Richmond City Hall to Reopen to Public Friday

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Beginning Friday, October 1st, the lobby of City Hall will be reopened to the public; citizens doing business at City Hall are encouraged to...

McConnell receives booster shot, urges others to do the same

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Today on the Senate Floor, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that he was pleased to have received the booster shot to fight COVID-19. He...

Baptist Health Richmond to temporarily suspend elective procedures

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Baptist Health Richmond is temporarily suspending elective procedures beginning Thursday, August 26 for the next 14 days. Urgent and emergency procedures will still be...

As first vaccine FDA approved, 468 new COVID cases in past...

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In a press release from the Madison County Health Department issued Monday, it seems that although the Pfizer vaccine is now officially approved with...