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River Valley Extension District Medicare Part D Enrollment Workshop Coming Soon

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The River Valley Extension District is featuring a do it yourself Medicare Part D enrollment workshop Thursday, October 20 in Clay Center.  Hour long sessions begin at 6:30 and 7:30 pm at the 4-H Fair Conference Center.  Clay Center Extension office has details and registration information.  Any of the River Valley Extension Offices have a Medicare prescription drug worksheet available, ... Read More »

Time is Running Out to Change Medicare Plan

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Time is ticking to review your Medicare Part D Plan for 2011 and make any changes. The end of Medicare prescription drug annual open enrollment is fast approaching. If you want to change your Medicare drug plan or Medicare advantage health plan, do it by December 31, 2010.       Extension agents and counselors have been extremely busy helping individuals with ... Read More »

Adam’s Pharmacy burglarized

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At approximately 1959 hours on December 5th, 2010, Beatrice Communications received a call from an alarm company that advised an alarm was activated at Lake Crest Pharmacy in Adams.  When deputies arrived, they found that a piece of concrete had been thrown through the front window.  Someone had entered the building and left out the back door.  An inventory of ... Read More »

Medicare Press Release

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DECISION TIME FOR MEDICARE PART D Are you enrolled in a Medicare Part D Prescription Plan? Are you happy with it? Have you opened and read the packet of information from your current prescription drug insurance company with changes for 2011?  It explains the changes in the premium, deductible and prescriptions in the formulary for your plan in 2011.  Some ... Read More »

Postal Service Expands Prescription Mail Back

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WASHINGTON — Veterans will be able to safely dispose of expired and unused prescriptions and help the environment at the same time under a program offered by the U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This pilot program is limited to an estimated 780,000 veterans living in Baltimore, Washington, DC, and West Virginia. Veterans mail back outdated, ... Read More »