May 1, 2008
Alena Frances Dennis, 45, Perryville, registered nurse, to Tony Roscoe Bryant, 48, Stanford, self-employed.
December 27, 2005
Liz Orndorff is first runner-up in the Heritage Festival Playwriting Contest. Her one-act play is titled "Taking the Cure. " Orndorff says, "It is essentially a conversation between a white woman and the young black nurse who is tending to her at the hospital. " "The older woman is cranky and crabby and prides herself on speaking her mind. When she and the nurse start talking about different races, the older woman is proud of the fact that she 'was in the forefront of integration' back in the 1950s in Lexington, Kentucky.
November 24, 2008
It was cold and rainy outside Commonwealth Cancer Center in Danville. But through the door about 9 a.m. came a warm ray of sunshine - and a lot of goodies. Carrying a tray loaded with brownies and a bag full of snacks, Kim Turner of Lincoln County was greeted by office personnel and nurses at the desk as if she were a very regular and very welcome visitor. And that she is. "Look what Santa's brought," said a nurse. "Those brownies look delicious," said a medical assistant.
September 26, 2006
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. (Linda) Ballard of Winchester and Donald Ray Branham of Whitesburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Lee Branham, to Timothy Ray Ehringer, both of Somerset.Miss Branham is the granddaughter of Inis Nelson of Winchester. Ehringer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Ehringer of Louisville and the late Mintia Ehringer. The bride-elect is a graduate of George Rogers Clark High School and graduated as a registered nurse from the Eastern Kentucky University Nursing Program in Richmond.
April 17, 2013
Barbara "Bob" Burgin Leigh, 92, of Stanford, died Monday, April 15, at Golden Living Center in Stanford. Born June 29, 1920, in Crab Orchard, Barbara was a daughter of the late Dr. Welby Wilson Burgin and Bettie Edminston Burgin. She was a retired nurse having worked at Stanford Hospital for 35 years and also as a private duty nurse. Barbara was a member of Stanford Baptist Church, a past member of the Democrat Women and the widow of C. James "Bug" Leigh, Jr. Survivors include a son, James Burgin Leigh of Paris; a daughter, Jamie Brandt Leigh of Stanford; and two grandchildren, Natalie Brandt Leigh and Devon Redmon Leigh.
December 7, 2009
Young named Surgical Services director Joyce Young, registered nurse, is the new director of Surgical Services at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, a service of Ephraim McDowell Health. She has been serving as interim director since August. Young is a certified registered central service tech and a certified laser nurse specialist. She completed licensed practical nurse school and earned an associate's degree in nursing from Midway College and a bachelor's degree in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University.