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You May Need A Tetanus Shot

Updated: 07/20/2010 - Due to flooding in areas of Eastern Kentucky and subsequent cleanup work that has exposed people to potential health hazards, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) wants flood victims to be aware they may need a tetanus vaccine.

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Gov. Beshear Promotes Tourism Week With Recreational Trails

Posted: 05/13/2009 - FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 13, 2009) – Gov. Steve Beshear, in conjunction with the Recreational Trails Advisory Board, today announced $1.3 million for 31 Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grants to assist communities statewide in developing and maintaining recreational trails.

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School Flooding Causes Severe Damage

Updated: 07/20/2010 - Officials with the largest school in Pike County say flooding caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages.

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Volunteers Make Sure Families Receive Help

Updated: 07/20/2010 - The destruction is still keeping some victims in Pike County from leaving their communities, so volunteers are going door to door doing welfare checks.

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Phone Scam Is Under Investigation

Posted: 05/13/2009 - Sen. Charles Schumer announced today that the Federal Trade Commission is investigating the scam phone calls pitching bogus car warranties that many Americans receive several times a day.

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Flood Victims Say Thank You To Volunteers

Updated: 07/20/2010 - For every family who lost everything, there is a volunteer doing what they can to help. It did not take us long to find just a few examples in hard-hit Breathitt County.

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People Gather For Fresh Water

Updated: 07/20/2010 - Thousands lined up to get help in Pike County. Some of those getting clean water were trapped for days and got out Tuesday for the first time.

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Free Counseling Services Coming to Hazard

Updated: 12/09/2009 - Starting May 18th, a local college will offer free counseling in Perry County, a service to help students and the community alike.

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Beshear and Rogers Tour Flood Damage

Updated: 07/20/2010 - From Owsley to Pike to Perry County, Congressman Hal Rogers and Governor Steve Beshear toured some areas with the worst damage in eastern Kentucky, and made a commitment to work in these communities until people are back on their feet.

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