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Analyst: Aetna-CVS deal could prompt Humana to be acquired by Walmart
Analyst: Aetna-CVS deal could prompt Humana to be acquired by Walmart

A health care industry analyst said that Aetna's pending merger with CVS might prompt retail giant Walmart to acquire Humana for somewhere near $300 per share. Ana Gupte, of Leerink Partners, told Squawk Box Friday that Aetna wanted to acquire CVS in part to start opening community health centers in CVS locations to boost the number of its insurance customers.

FNB DONATES $5,000 TO GRAVES COUNTY CASA AND THE FEEDING AMERICA BACKPACK PROGRAM IN HONOR OF #GivingTuesday
FNB DONATES $5,000 TO GRAVES COUNTY CASA AND THE FEEDING AMERICA BACKPACK PROGRAM IN HONOR OF #GivingTuesday

Graves County's CASA Program ensures that every child in Graves County has the opportunity to grow up in a safe environment by providing child abuse prevention programs and advocates for abused and neglected children in the court system. Graves County CASA operates with 13 volunteer advocates and advocated for a total of 64 children involved in 34 cases during their 2017 fiscal year.

Graves County could face second lawsuit in hog farm dispute
Graves County could face second lawsuit in hog farm dispute

The Graves County Fiscal Court could face a second lawsuit over new hog farm regulations that a Boaz area family wanting to construct a facility on Hopewell Road claims are too restrictive. John Walters, of Walters, Meadows, Richardson PLLC of Lexington and legal counsel for Jeff and Jarryd Holshouser of Graves County, said the family is asking county commissioners Richie Galloway, Tyler Goodman and Todd Hayden to reverse a decision made in October. It prevents the Holshousers from getting started until their application can be approved by state environmental officials.

Jury selected, trial begins in case where property owner allegedly fired on ATV riders
Jury selected, trial begins in case where property owner allegedly fired on ATV riders

Circuit Judge Jamie Jameson said the trial, Commonwealth vs. Bonita Walker, is expected to take all of Wednesday and may even spill into Thursday morning as jurors will be tasked with deciding if Walker, 56, was justified when she allegedly opened fire on several ATV (all-terrain vehicle) and UTV (utility task vehicle) riders who crossed onto her property off Salem Chapel Road on Feb. 19. Some of the riders were children.

McCracken Co. and Paducah Tilghman High Schools team up to collect sports gear
McCracken Co. and Paducah Tilghman High Schools team up to collect sports gear

The program is designed to support all sports so items like; tennis rackets, golf clubs, soccer shin guards and cleats, new (or gently used) basketball shoes, etc. All items are accepted and if the schools cannot use them, they will be donated.