Franklin Country Health Department Urging All Residents to Get Their Flu Shots ASAP

The The Franklin Country Health Department is urging all residents to get their flu shots to prepare for the Flu season. The Centers for Disease Control recommends that people get vaccinated against influenza as soon as flu season vaccines become available in their community. It takes about two weeks after being vaccinated for antibodies to develop and provide protection against the flu. Influenza season are unpredictable and can begin as early as October. The public is welcome to come to the health department to obtain a flu vaccine anytime Monday through Friday 9:00am-12:00pm, and after lunch from 1:00pm-4:00pm. No appointment is necessary. Services will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. The cost for regular vaccine is $25. High dose vaccine for 65 years old and older is $40. Cash and checks are accepted. . The Centers for Disease Control recommends that people get vaccinated against influenza as soon as flu season vaccines become available in their community. It takes about two weeks after being vaccinated for antibodies to develop and provide protection against the flu. Influenza season are unpredictable and can begin as early as October. The public is welcome to come to the health department to obtain a flu vaccine anytime Monday through Friday 9:00am-12:00pm, and after lunch from 1:00pm-4:00pm. No appointment is necessary. Services will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. The cost for regular vaccine is $25. High dose vaccine for 65 years old and older is $40. Cash and checks are accepted.

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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Washington Sophomore Guard Kyra Hardesty. Kyra scored 59 points in a game against Pacific leading the Lady Jays to an 85-80 overtime win over the Lady Indians. She shot 61% from the floor, hit 20-of-33 field goal attempts, seven of 11 beyond the arc and 12-of-15 free throws. For the season, Kyra is averaging 21.4 points, three rebounds, 3.72 assists and 2.24 steals per game.

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SPORTS CORNER

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Class 5 District 8 at Washington
Boys Semifinals...
Lafayette 66 Washington 36. Cameron Scales pumped in 18 to lead the Lancers. Zach Steinberg added 11 and Will McIntyre 10. Lafayette advances to the championship game with a 24-3 record. Mike Morgan paced Washington with 11 points. The Jays end the year with a 12-15 mark under coach Grant Young.
Marquette vs. Parkway Central at 7:30