June 27, 2011
Three students from Winchester have received doctorate of physical therapy degrees from the¿UK¿College of Health Sciences. They were awarded at the university’s commencement ceremonies May 9. Candace Alexander, daughter of Bobby and Brenda Christopher of Winchester, and spouse of James Squire Alexander II, plans on working as a physical therapist in Lexington. Stefanie Lynn Christopher, daughter of Thomas Christopher and Linda Pittman of Winchester, plans to practice physical therapy in central Kentucky.
May 3, 2013
Honor society Eastern Kentucky University: Local students inducted into the EKU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society include: Dorinda Rigsby, Danville, biology; Anita Poling, Paint Lick, public relations; Jordan Young, Salvisa, pre-communication disorders; and Melissa Roberts, Stanford, psychology. Eastern Kentucky University: Local students inducted into the EKU chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta include: Kayla Christina Lasure, Stanford; and Kara Danielle Wade, Crab Orchard.
October 2, 2009
Oct. 2, 1984 Officers and executive board members were introduced at the recent open house at Shearer School, sponsored by the Parent Teacher Association. New officers are Janet Howard, president; Sandy Hisle, vice president; Wanda McCord, secretary, and Gale Perry, treasurer. Miss Elizabeth Walden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Walden, Winchester, has pledged the Epsilon Omega chapter of Kappa Delta sorority at the University of Kentucky. Miss Walden, a 1983 graduate of George Rogers Clark High School, is a sophomore majoring in physical therapy.
May 9, 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Belcher and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMillan Baldwin, all of Winchester, announce the engagement of their children, Laura LeAnn Belcher and Robert Wilmott Baldwin. The bride-elect is a 2002 graduate of Lexington Catholic High School, a graduate of Morehead State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science and is currently working on a Ph.D. in physical therapy at Elon University in Elon, N.C. The prospective groom is a 2000 graduate of George Rogers Clark High School, a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science degree in sports management, a master's degree in sports management and is a Class A PGA professional.
March 4, 2007
Carol Geralds, owner of Exclusively Yours in Danville, walks around the counter to assist a customer. There's a noticeable limp to her step, yet she knows that she'll be walking normally in the near future and for that she credits the Rehabilitation Services Department at McDowell Wellness Center. "The therapists at the Wellness Center are wonderful," Geralds said. "They are in tune to my needs and they go above and beyond in meeting those needs. " Geralds has been receiving physical therapy services at the Wellness Center since having knee surgery last fall.
August 24, 2007
The Homeland Equipment Area MVPs of the Week are: Sharon Hoorman, athletics trainer, Boyle County. Sharon is a junior, and in her fifth year of athletic training. Currently training for the boys soccer team. Sharon not only completed the athletic training class, but took it upon herself to add a second training class as an independent study. Her goals are to major in Physical Therapy with concentration in the areas of sports medicine and infusion therapy. Rachel Ricker, soccer, Danville.
June 27, 2006
A Lincoln County High School senior who nearly drowned June 12 is now in fair condition. Sixteen-year-old Shane Noakes had been in critical condition at Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga, Tenn. Noakes was swimming in a large pond on Willow Creek Farms in Blue Ridge, Ga., with a youth group from Pleasant View Baptist Church in Waynesburg when he most likely suffered cramps, according to his mother, Alma Jean Noakes. She said Noakes was in a coma for six days, unable to breathe on his own. He is now walking and talking, but is still a little confused.
June 7, 2007
Ephraim McDowell Health awarded scholarships to seven area students who are pursuing careers in health care. Matt Elmore was among those receiving the Ephraim McDowell Health Health Care Scholarship. He is a 2007 graduate of Lincoln County School who plans to attend Transylvania University with a major in biology to become a pharmacist. Elmore is the son of Jeff and Debbi Elmore of Hustonville and Kim Elmore of Campbellsville. The healthcare system awards a $1,000 renewable scholarship to high school seniors or college students from Boyle and the surrounding counties.
January 28, 2007
Dean's list Bellarmine University: From Boyle County: Elizabeth Ann Congleton, freshman, foreign language; Daniel B. Elliot, senior, political science; Holly Jo Hellyer, senior, business administration; Rachel Lynn Staub, freshman, music; Nicole Sade Young, senior, liberal studies; Billie Elise Rehberg, freshman, physical therapy; and Rita H. Dixon, junior, communication. Lexington Community College: C.G. King, daughter of David King of Louisville and Becky King of Hazard.
May 3, 2011
Roach joins salon Tracy King, owner of Tangles hair salon at 535 S. Third St. , welcomes Dottie Roach. Roach’s hours will be 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday and Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Walk-ins are welcome. Casey rehabilitation announces new physical therapist Ephraim McDowell Casey County Rehabilitation is pleased to announce that RuthAnn Quick has joined the staff as a physical therapist (P.T.). At Ephraim McDowell Casey County Rehabilitation, Quick will provide outpatient physical therapy services.