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Pharmacies, first-responders partner on Jessamine bike, water safety, fun days

“Med-Save Pharmacies Wilmore and Nicholasville Partner with Jessamine EMS to Offer June 12 Kids’ Bike Safety Day and June 19 Kids’ Water Safety Day”

Jessamine County plans EMS Week celebration

Week starts May 16, agency consistently rated among best in region, state.

Galls 911 Hero recognizes Jessamine County EMS

This week is National EMS Week.  As part of that, Galls 911 Hero recognizes Jessamine County EMS.

911 Hero has served her hometown for nearly 20-years

Lt. April Jenkins with Jessamine County EMS has been saving and changing lives in her hometown for nearly 20-years.

Doctor receives grant, supplies county with overdose-reversing drug

Recently, Dr. John McDaniel was given nearly $70,000 worth of Narcan nasal spray to help fight the local opioid crisis.

Firefighters Toy Drive Collection Wednesday in Nicholasville

The Nicholasville Firefighter Toy Drive along with Jessamine County EMS will be collecting new, unwrapped gifts at Hanley's BBQ on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

Flags to Half-staff for fallen paramedic

Governor Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff Friday, Nov. 13, in honor of a Jessamine County paramedic fatally injured while on duty. John Everett Mackey, 40, died Nov. 9 after being struck by a moving vehicle while on duty.

Jessamine County Raises Awareness About Childhood Drowning

Ten people die from unintentional drowning every day according to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta. Saturday, Jessamine County Emergency Medical Services and Saint Joseph Jessamine teamed up to raise awareness about drowning.

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UPDATE: Prayer vigil for slain Richmond couple

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Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

Lexington Police Chief Lawrence Weathers says the city may feel unsafe, but reports of shots fired have gone down in the last month.

Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.