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Today's Features

  • Recent findings indicate that even infants and toddlers are now at risk for becoming obese. Current national figures for infants and toddlers show that one in 10 is overweight and more than 20 percent of children between the ages 2 and 5 are already overweight or obese.
    Early obesity can lead to adult overweight or obesity and the chronic diseases that stem from weight management issues. Reversing this alarming trend is critical for parents or caregivers to ensure health for children as they grow up. Recommendations include the following:

  • About 400 people filled the auditorium of the Hodgenville Civic Center Sunday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that left 2,977 dead.

    The hour-long tribute honored those lives lost on 9-11-01 and the selfless service of firefighters, emergency medical workers, past and present military members and law enforcement officers.

    “The events of 9-11 have left its mark on each of us” said LaRue County Judge Executive Tommy Turner. “And that mark was also left on America.”

  • Fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headaches and tiredness. You guessed it, flu season is coming. Make plans now to protect yourself and your family from getting sick.

    The LaRue County Health Department will be offering the flu vaccine in the clinic on most Tuesday-Friday afternoons beginning Sept. 13. An appointment is needed by calling 358-3844. The cost for adults is $25 and only Passport, Medicare Part B and Kentucky State Employee Humana insurance can be billed.

  • The ‘Back to Sleep’ campaign began in 1994 as a way to educate parents, caregivers and health care providers about ways to reduce the risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The campaign was named for its primary recommendation to place healthy babies on their backs to sleep.

  • Some days are etched in our memory as though they are historical markers, and recalling them causes us to remember where we were and what we were doing as those events unfolded. Such are the assassination of President Kennedy and the attack upon the World Trade Center. This weekend we have been recalling September 11, 2001.

  • LaRue County Health Center will begin using a new upgraded web-based system to issue benefits for the Women, Infants and Children Program beginning on Oct. 27. The web-based system uses information gathered at WIC participant visits to issue Electronic Benefits Transfer cards to be used for WIC purchases. Offering the "eWIC" cards gives families the needed access to benefits without the delay and stigma of paper food instruments (checks) which most counties in Kentucky still use. 

  • Campbellsville University will be hosting a celebration for the 400th year anniversary of the King James Bible. There will be three evenings of celebration as well as a morning chapel service.

    In 1611, after years of translating and revising previous versions of the English Bible, a version authorized by King James I of England and King James VI of Scotland was published. This version became the standard for people and Protestant Christians in the English-speaking world.

  • Donald and Brenda Hall will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sept. 18, 2011.

    They were married Sept. 18, 1971, at the home of Brenda’s parents.

    A reception will be 3-6 p.m. at their home on Poplar Street in Magnolia. All friends and relatives are invited.

    They have three children, Daphne Hall, Sherri Hall and Dennis Hall.

  • Alex and Megan Dohn of Hodgenville announce the birth of a son, Matthias Numon Dohn.

    Matthias was born at 2:09 a.m. July 16, 2011. He weighed 8 pounds 5 ounces and was 20-inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are Mary and Larry Huff of Hodgenville and Lowell and Cindy Hanson of Buffalo.

    Paternal grandparents are Joe and Glenda Dohn of Hodgenville.