Community News Briefs

Published 10:42 am Friday, May 13, 2022

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• Tonight is the first “Rock the Block” event of the summer. The free event takes place on the steps of the Clark County Courthouse and lasts from 7-9 p.m and features the musical stylings of Kimberly Carter.

• Lady Veterans Connect will host a Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show on Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at 1400 Irvine Rd. The entry fee is $20. Food will be available, and there will be a live DJ. There will be a special class for children’s big wheels and battery-operated vehicles. The non-profit is also hosting a musical on June 25 to raise awareness for post-traumatic stress disorder. Any musicians who are interested in performing should contact Phyllis Abbott at

BCTC-Winchester will also host a production of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” on May 13th in its amphitheater. The shows starts at 7 p.m. and the doors open at 6. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by calling 859-425-2550. Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair for seating.

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Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on May 17 for the primary election. The following is a complete list of all polling stations in Clark County:

• Clark County Courthouse, 34 S. Main St.

• Campbell Junior High School, 620 Boone Ave.

• Strode Station Elementary, 1750 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

• Extension Office Annex, 1400 Fortune Dr.

• Rogers Parrish Clark County Station 3, 125 New Log Lick Rd. (for Goodes precinct only. Goodes precinct voters may also vote at any of the vote centers)

• The Winchester-Clark County Chamber of Commerce will host Beer Cheese Food Week from May 23-29.  A variety of local restaurants will offer their spin on the local delicacy. For more information, visit the chamber’s website,

• GRC Class of 1972 will be having their 50th Reunion Saturday, June 11, 2022, 6:00-11:00 PM, at Abettor Brewing, 301 West Lexington Avenue. All class members are invited to join the fun and spread the word.

• Clark Regional Medical Center has adopted the Airo ® TruCT ® , a point-of-care computed tomography (CT) imaging system. The highly mobile scanner equips clinicians with innovative technology when and where they need it, helping them better serve their patients.

The Airo TruCT scanner features a 32-slice detector and fan beam diagnostic quality imaging, both of which are designed to provide physicians with a better understanding of a patient’s disease state. The

system’s innovative technology allows staff to adjust radiation dose based on the patient’s weight and scan region. Additionally, it allows surgeons to scan a full meter of the body in only 43 seconds.

“The AiroTru CT is another example of Clark Regional investing in advanced technology to meet the needs of Clark County and the surrounding communities,” said Dr. James Rice of Kentucky Orthopaedics and Spine. “This technology will create efficiencies for staff, reduce the time of complex procedures and allow us to be extremely accurate during surgical procedures.”

The Airo TruCT scanner is compact enough to fit into a standard hospital transport elevator. Its ability to self-propel during transportation makes it highly mobile, unlike traditional stationary CT imaging systems. Once it reaches the desired location, it can be powered by a standard wall outlet.

• The GRC wrestling team held its awards banquet and here are the results:

• Biggest Gains – Brock Heidle

• Most Pins, Sean Rogers

• Coaches Award, Jones Howard, Anthony Spencer

• Most Improved, Connor Collins

• Rookie of the Year, Cody Gibson

• Captains Award, Tre Harvey

• Captains Award, McCaden Skeens

• MOW – McCaden Skeens