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Sebastian Torres to give lecture, ‘Free Speech in the Age of Donald Trump,’ at Campbellsville University

By Scarlett Birge Campbellsville University Sebastian Torres, president of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, will speak at the first Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) event of the fall semester at Campbellsville University on Sept. 17. Torres will elaborate on “Free Speech in the Age of Donald Trump” at 5:30 p.m. in the Badgett Academic Support Center...

LaGrange resident William ‘B.J.’ Senior elected as president of Campbellsville Board of Alumni

William “B.J.” Senior, a resident of LaGrange, has been elected as the 2019 president of the Campbellsville University Board of Alumni. The Board of Alumni is a group of Campbellsville graduates appointed to create an environment that keeps alumni connected with Campbellsville and to raise money for student scholarships. As president of the Board of Alumni, Senior will preside over the...

Flaget Memorial Hospital’s Jennifer Nolan named president of Saint Joseph Mount Sterling

CHI Saint Joseph Health CEO Bruce Tassin announced Tuesday that Jennifer Nolan has been named president of Saint Joseph Mount Sterling. Nolan is also the president of Flaget Memorial Hospital, which she has led since September 2017. Nolan will work with the leadership team led by Cinda Fluke, M.Ed., BSN, RN, NEA-bc, vice president of Hospital Operations at Saint Joseph Mount Sterling. Jennifer Nolan“Jennifer...

Mayor Jim Gray gives key to the city to new president, CEO of Hospice of the Bluegrass

Liz Fowler, Hospice of the Bluegrass President and CEO and Jim Gray, Lexington Mayor (Photo provided)   Liz Fowler recently moved to Kentucky to become president and CEO of Hospice of the Bluegrass.   Lexington Mayor Jim Gray presented her with a key to the city.   To see more on KyForward, read Hospice of the Bluegrass names public health administrator from Florida its new president.       From...

The Henderson Community Foundation names new officers, praises new president

  The Henderson Community Foundation announced its new officers and members for the 2014-15 year.   The new executive leadership consists of Chase Fulcher as president, Dawn Kelsey as vice president, Curt Hamilton as secretary and Wes Sights as treasurer.   Hamilton and Sights both retained their elected officer seats with Fulcher replacing Chris Smith as president and Kelsey replacing...

Date set for public forum for the search for new president and CEO of LexArts

  LexArts wants to hear what the public has to say as they look for a new president and CEO.   An integral part of the search process is determining what role the new leader will play.   As such, the search committee and LexArts’ contracted search firm, Management Consultants for the Arts, have determined that a public discussion is in order.   The panel will be moderated...