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    Local Man Arrested on Meth, Active Warrant

    By Sue Caldwell, Reporter
    In an uniform citation from Jackson County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Daniel Isaacs, he stated on Thursday, September 12, at approximately 12 noon, he made an arrest on Williams Hollow Road in McKee when he and KSP Post 7 Trooper Scott Townsley were attempting to serve active arrest warrants. Isaacs said as he was approaching the Williams Hollow residence, he observed through an open door, a female sitting on the couch. Townsley said he recognized her as having an active warrant for her arrest. According to Isaacs, he continued to the rear of the dwelling due to him hearing what sounded like someone going to the rear door.

    Goforth, Chandler Talk About Improving Kentuckians’ Health

    By Sue Caldwell, Reporter
    MCKEE- On his regular WWAG local radio program last week, State Rep. Robert Goforth was joined by former U.S. Congressman Ben Chandler, now the President/CEO of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky. The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization funded by an endowment that works to make Kentuckians healthier. Since it opened its doors in 2001, the Foundation has invested $27 million in health policy advocacy, research, and demonstration projects across the Commonwealth. Goforth and Chandler discussed the unmet health needs of Kentuckians by discussing Healthy Kentucky’s mission of developing and influencing policy, improving access to care, reducing health risks and disparities, and promoting health equity—a Kentucky where every individual and community reach their highest levels of health.