Erin Schmitt, Madisonville Messenger http://weku.fm en Returning Soldier Surprises Daughter http://weku.fm/post/returning-soldier-surprises-daughter <p><a href="http://www.the-messenger.com/articles/2011/11/02/local_news/4766162.txt">Railey Bostick ran as fast as her little legs would carry he</a>r when she spotted her father outside her school Tuesday afternoon. &ldquo;Daddy!&rdquo; the 3-year-old cried as she jumped into Pfc. Chase Bostwick&rsquo;s awaiting arms. &ldquo;I was so worried about you, Daddy,&rdquo; the little girl said as she patted the back of his head underneath his Army cap. Chase told her he was worried about her, too, as he hugged her tighter. Aside from a brief emergency leave, Chase has not seen his daughter in about a year. He just returned from military duty in Afghanistan last month. Wed, 02 Nov 2011 14:09:13 +0000 Erin Schmitt, Madisonville Messenger 15482 at http://weku.fm Returning Soldier Surprises Daughter Trover Health System Seeks a Partnership http://weku.fm/post/trover-health-system-seeks-partnership <p><a href="http://www.the-messenger.com/articles/2011/10/26/local_news/4610239.txt">Looming health care reform is driving Trover Health System </a>to seek an alliance with another organization to gain access to more capital and resources. &ldquo;Regardless of what we do, there is a certain level of risk,&rdquo; said Trover President and CEO Bert Whitaker. &ldquo;What we are attempting to do by exploring a partnership, if we can find the right partner, ... is try to maximize our opportunity to be successful.&rdquo; Wed, 26 Oct 2011 14:35:36 +0000 Erin Schmitt, Madisonville Messenger 15057 at http://weku.fm Trover Health System Seeks a Partnership State Sets New Immunization Rules http://weku.fm/post/state-sets-new-immunization-rules <p><a href="http://www.the-messenger.com/articles/2011/07/28/local_news/2659549.txt?sessinfo=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">Kentucky has set new immunization guidelines </a>for the upcoming school year. The updated immunization requirements went into effect July 1, said Denise Baldwin, director of nursing with the Hopkins County Health Department. These guidelines were set by the state and are based on national standards from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, she said. Thu, 28 Jul 2011 14:15:59 +0000 Erin Schmitt, Madisonville Messenger 9481 at http://weku.fm