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Chase Denson has been hired as manager of U.S. Bank's Reidland branch. He has been in the financial services industry for four years. Denson earned a bachelor's degree in business administration/management from the University of Alabama.

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Seth Allgood has been hired as manager of U.S. Bank's Kentucky Oaks Mall branch. He has been working in the financial services industry for 11 years. Allgood has a bachelor's degree from Murray State University.

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Ashley Johnson has been promoted to district manager for 10 retail branches of U.S. Bank throughout McCracken, Marshall, Graves and Calloway counties. She has been with U.S. Bank since 2004, most recently as a treasury management specialist for western Kentucky and southern Illinois.

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Carolyn Ramage has been promoted to branch manager of U.S. Bank's downtown Paducah branch. She has been with U.S. Bank since 1982, most recently as Reidland branch manager. Ramage will be responsible for leading the branch staff and managing all sales and customer service activities at the branch.

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Trish Jordan has been named executive director of regulatory services at Baptist Health Paducah. She has been in nursing and health care 18 years, including the last two at Baptist Health. She previously worked for Mercy Health System in critical care, quality, regulatory and patient safety areas. She has an associate degree in nursing from West Kentucky Community and Technical College and is pursuing a master's degree from Western Governors University.

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Jamey Locke has been named regional director of operations-West Region, for Baptist Health Paducah with responsibilities including school clinics, Walmart Express Care, urgent care and occupational medicine, in addition to the EMS network. He joined Baptist in October 2014, after 15 years as director of Mercy Regional EMS. He has a bachelor's degree from Mid-Continent University and an MBA from Bethel University.

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Adam Ogle, who joined Baptist Health Paducah as director of emergency services in January 2015, has been named executive director of critical care and emergency. He had worked as an emergency department charge nurse and house supervisor at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown and as a house supervisor at Mobile Infirmary Medical Center in Alabama. He received a bachelor's degree in nursing from McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois, and a master's degree in nursing from Western Kentucky University.

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Michael Tutor has been named the new executive director of heart and cancer services at Baptist Health Paducah, where he has served since 1988. He began as a radiation therapist and became radiology coordinator in 1993. Director of diagnostic imaging and oncology since May 2014, he has assisted in implementing many new services and programs, including the current construction of the Regional Cancer Care Center, opening and expansion of Baptist Imaging Center and outpatient imaging centers. He holds an associate degree in radiologic technology from Mississippi Delta Community College, a radiation therapy certificate from Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis and a bachelor's degree in healthcare management from Southern Illinois University. He recently received his MBA from Murray State University.

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Tammy Thompson, public relations coordinator at West Kentucky Community and Technical College, has been elected board secretary to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents. She will serve as secretary to the board of regents through June 30, 2017. Thompson has worked at WKCTC since 1993. She earned an associate in applied science degree from Paducah Community College and a bachelor's degree in radio and television from Murray State University in 1991. She has also worked as a television producer/director for WKCTC's television department for 16 years.

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The Murray-Calloway County Hospital pediatrics laboratory has been given a positive report following a one-day inspection by the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation. The lab was graded in a number of areas including quality control, performance improvement, human resources, proficiency testing and instrument maintenance.

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