Jamie Reidner is proud to announce the birth of this granddaughter, Kaylee Alayna Thompson.
Kaylee Alayna was born on Aug. 24, 2012, at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio. She weighed 7.9 pounds and was 20.9 inches long.
Proud parents are Linsey and Nick Thompson.
Grandparents are Karen and Tony Dile of Magnolia and Lisa Bell of Hodgenville. Great-grandparents are Beverly and Richard Bendick of Freeport, Ill.; Joan Gjesdahl of Palm Bay, Fla.; and Melvin and Sandy Bell of Hodgenville.
LaRue County Friends of the Library purchased a refrigerator for the library recently. It replaced one that had been in the building for decades. Above, LCFL member Rita Smith took a look inside the refrigerator.
The staff of the LaRue County Health Department went “pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to encourage women over 40 years old to get regular mammograms and all women to talk to their doctor or health care professional about any risk factors they may have for breast cancer. Front from left, Frances Kilgore and Brenda Sims; back, Diana Leathers, Julie Percefull, R.N. and Tammi Moore, R.N.
The Hardin & LaRue Diabetes Coalition will meet 6 p.m. Nov. 13 at the LaRue County Extension Office, Old E’town Road, Hodgenville. It is open to anyone with interest in early diagnosis, reduction of complications, prevention and elimination of diabetes. For more information or to register for classes, contact Melissa Conder at 769-1601, Ext. 1035.
Have you started the holiday shopping countdown yet? To avoid the end-of-the-year holiday crunch on your wallet, it is important to plan for holiday expenses through the year. Also, it is important to realize that Christmas is not the only expensive holiday within the next three months.
Halloween ranks as the third most expensive holiday, following Christmas and Valentine's Day. This might surprise some people, since typically the holiday does not involve large gift-giving or family events. Nonetheless, the price of costumes, candy and decorations can add up.
Having the flu can be hard for anyone but it is extra risky for people with diabetes. Diabetes can weaken your body’s ability to fight the flu virus.
Being sick can raise your blood glucose and keep you from eating properly. You are also at risk of flu-related problems like pneumonia. So for people with diabetes, the flu can mean longer illness. It can mean being put in the hospital or even death.
Ways to prevent the flu
• Get a flu shot every year as soon as it is offered each fall.