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News Outlook March 04, 2021 9 This past year brought un- certainty and change for ev- ery American as families and Communities grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, many experi- enced tragedy and loss. For me and my family, our world forever changed on June 2020, when I tragically lost my beloved wife Carol to sudden cardiac arrest. She was only 39 years old. Carol’s greatest legacy is our two beautiful daughters, Eleanor (age 9) and Mary Clay (age 7). She was the best wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend anyone could ever have. The medical examiner and Carol’s doctors told us that her fatal heart attack was likely brought on by a ventricular arrhythmia. At a young age, Carol had been di- agnosed with an underlying condition called mitral valve prolapse (MVP), or floppy valve syndrome—a typically benign condition that results in sudden cardiac death in only .2% of cases. As we recognize American Heart Month and as people across the nation work to raise awareness for 'heart disease this February, I am honoring my wife’s legacy by fighting back against the disease that took her life. On February 22, Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day, I in- troduced the Cardiovascular Advances in Research and Opportunities Legacy (CAR- OL) Act. The CAROL Act addresses the gaps in understanding about what risk factors make valvular heart disease a po- tentially life-threatening con- dition. Specifically, the bill authorizes a grant program, administered by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Insti- COM M u N ITY ' Honoring carol Barr Irv Tallinn on Heart Valve liisease tute (NHLBI), to support re- search on valvular heart dis- ease, including MVP. Many Americans who suffer from MVP or other valvular heart diseases do not know they are at serious risk. Investments in modern day medicine and research can change that. Our bill will encourage the utilization of technological imaging and precision medicine to gener- ate data on individuals with valvular heart disease. Criti- cally, this research will help identify Americans at high risk of sudden cardiac death from the disease and develop prediction models for high- risk patients, enabling inter- ventions and treatment plans to keep these patients healthy throughout their lives. Additionally, the legislation will convene a working group of subject matter experts to identify research needs and opportunities to develop pre- scriptive guidelines for treat- ment of patients with MVP. It will also instruct the Centers for Disease Control and Pre- vention (CDC) to increase public awareness regarding symptoms of valvular heart disease and effective strate— gies for preventing sudden cardiac death. We must take on valvular heart disease directly to save lives at risk of being taken too soon. Underdiagnosis and undertreatment of heart valve disease contribute to over 25,000 deaths each year in the United States. Predic- tors of sudden cardiac death, however, are poorly under— stood and indicators of high- risk individuals are hard to pinpoint. For example, the specific condition that Carol was di— agnosed with, MVP, is a com- mon heart valve disease that has an estimated 2.4% preva- lence in the general popula- tion. Though most cases are thought to be benign, re- ported complications such as severe mitral regurgitation can result in sudden cardiac death. Medical research has found an association between MVP and sudden cardiac death, which predominantly affects young females with redundant bileaflet prolapse, with cardiac arrest usually occurring as a result of ven- tricular arrhythmias. Despite several studies, there is still not sufficient data to gener- ate prescriptive guidelines for care of patients with val- vular heart disease, including MVP. Carol Barr dedicated her life to the future of our daugh- ters, serving others, and making a positive difference, in her community. So turning this unspeakable tragedy into something that can inform others and save lives is exact- ly what she would have want- ed. The CAROL Act will pro- vide the resources needed and generate the awareness required to reduce the 25,000 deaths related to valvular heart disease every year, sav- ing young women like Carol from leaving us too soon. If you would like to support our legislation, please call or write your Congressman and join our cause. Together, we can help other families avoid the tragedy that has so pro- foundly impacted mine. US. Congressman Andy Barr (KY-06) is in his fifth term in Congress, represent- ing the Sixth Congressional District of Kentucky. Con- gressman Barr serves on the House Financial Services and House Foreign Affairs Com- ‘ mittees. MENIFEECOUNTY COURT NEWS I Menifee District Court Feb. 23, Hon. William M. Roberts Mary' Cortina Noble. Arraignment. 1. Posses- sion controlled substance, 2nd. G/P, months in jail. Controlled sub- stance not in original con- tainer. G/ P, 90 days in jail. All sentences probated and suspended 2 years, con- ditions: NVL, substance abuse assessment, follow all recommendations, file proof in record, waive CC Shena Renee Arnburgey. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. De- fendant FTA. 6 month ext, send P/O Hayden Benson. Show cause deferred/install- ment payment. Defendant FI‘A. 6 month ext, send P/O Hayden Benson. Show cause deferred/install.- ment payment. Defendant FTA. 6 month ext., send P/O Jimmy A. Beverly. Ar- raignment. 1. Operating MV u/influence alcohol .08,, lst offense (aggra- vating circumstances). 2. Wanton 1st degree 3. Possess open alcohol container in MV. N/ G plea, WFR, time peri- Businss and Proessional Guide endangerment, . od waived, PH Mar. 9, Rhonda Birchfield. Show cause deferred/in- stallment payment. Paid in full, strike from docket. Charles Lee Bowman. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Charles Lee Bowman. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Jonathan Scott Bressler. Show cause deferred/in- stallment payment. Paid in full Feb. 22, strike from docket. Shawn Clevenger. Show caused deferred/install- ment payment. Paid in full Feb. 19, 2021. Strike from docket. Sammy D. Cottrell, Jr. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. 6 month ext, send P/O Travis L. Cox. Show cause» deferred/installfi ment payment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Michell Davis. Show cause deferred / install- ment payment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Kristina Rene Haley. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Autumn Jade Harvey. Review. 1. 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Operating MV u/ influence controlled sub- stance, 2nd (aggravating circumstances) 4. Fleeing/ evading police, 1st (MV) 5. Wanton endangerment, lst degree 6. Wanton en- dangerment, 2nd degree, police officer 7. Reckless driving 8. Failure to pro- duce insurance card. De- fendant FTA. Cont. Mar. 2021. Send C/N. Jason Michael Lisle. Show cause deferred/ installment payment. 6 month ext, send P/O Jenny Lyons. Other hearing 1. Failure to pro- duce insurance card 2. Li- cense to be in possession. Defendant FI‘A, Mar. 2021. Send C/ N Jenny Marie Lyons. Other hearing. 1. Reckless driving Disregarding stop sign 3. Failure to pro duce insurance card. De- fendant FTA, Mar. 2,2021 Christi L. McIntosh. Ar- raignment. 1. Speeding 26 mph over/greater. N/G plea entered, WFR, recall Only 4 1. Speeding Garrett’s Furniture “The area’s best value in quality home furnishings West Main Street 859-289-2308 USED TANNING BEDS!!! D/N, PTC Mar 9, Jake Moore. Review. 1. No operator’s/moped license No/ expired reg- istration plates 3. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/ security, lst. Cont. to Mar. 9, 2021, for proof, no more continu- ance. Tyler Peck. Show cause deferred/installment pay— ment. 6 month ext,, send P/O Stacy Prater. Arraign- ment. 1. Driving w/o license/negligence in ac- cident. Defendant FI‘A, cont. to Mar. 2021, send C/N Stacy Prater. Contin- ued first appearance. 1. Operating on suspended/ revoked operator’s license. Defendant FTA, Cont. to Mar. 2021. Send C/N Kayla Marina Rico. Ar- raignment. 1. No/expired Ky. registration receipt. Fail maintain liability/ cargo insurance (for hire carrier). Defendant FTA, cont. to Mar. 9, 2021; Hargis Wayne Roe. Re- view. Defendant FTA, no proof of treatment, cont. to Mar. 2021, send C/ N Debra A. Rose. Contin- ued first appearance. 1. 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De- fendant FTA, dismissed on motion of County Attorney w/o prejudice. Adam Westley. Contin- ued first appearance. 1. Truancy student 18 but yet 21. Defendant FTA, cont. to Mar. 9, 2021, send C/N Billy Joe Watkins. Ar- raignment. 1. Driving w/o license/negligence.__ in ac- cident. Amended to driv- ing on suspend/revoked operator’s license 2. Fail— ure of owner to maintain required insurance/secu- rity, lst. Provided proof of insurance, cont. to Apr. 13, 2021. . Justina McPherson. Other hearing. Cont. to Mar. 16,2021 Justina B. McPherson. FAM BUREAU INSURANCE . William D. Eltrhgtoa AGENCY MANAGER ' -* . Derek Bilatgton, Agent Owiagsville ' Pit: (606) 674-6335 Other hearing. 1. Operat- ing on suspended/ revoked operator’s license 2. Oper— ating MV u/infltrence of substance, 1st (aggravat- ing circumstances). Cont. to Mar. 16, 2021. Morgan Ray McPher- son. Pretrial conference. 1. Alcohol intoxication in public place, 1st and 2nd offenses; G/P, $50 fine. CC waived. Morgan R McPherson. Arraignment. 1. Operating ,MV u/ influence alcohol/ substance, lst. Motion to amend to alcohol intoxica- tion in public place, lst or 2nd, sustained. G/P, $50 fine and CC, 6 months to pay . Stacey G. Mayes. Ar— raignment. 1. Operating MV u/influence of sub- stance, lst 2. Failure to produce insurance card 3. License to be in possession 4.. ,NO/expired registratégn plates 5. Unauthorized use of MV 6. Wanton en- dangerment, lst degree. In custody. Clay McGuffin appt. N/ G plea, WFR, PTC dismissed, time period waived. surety, cont. to Mar. 16, 2021 ‘ nstruction & 6 “oval Inc. Cell: (sonic 0 ing Counties rimming - Fully Insured fie We grind stumps P.O. 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