en 25th Trimble Apple Festival is next week <img src="" alt="The Trimble County Apple Festival has been a September tradition on the courthouse square since the early 1990s. This year&#039;s event marks the festival&#039;s 25th anniversary." title="The Trimble County Apple Festival has been a September tradition on the courthouse square since the early 1990s. This year&#039;s event marks the festival&#039;s 25th anniversary." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> By SUE FISHER<br /> Special to The Trimble Banner<br /> New CCMH diabetes program offers local followup <p> By JEFF MOORE<br /> The News-Democrat<br /> A new program is targeting the needs of local residents with diabetes by providing more than just basic education about the disease.<br /> Carroll County Memorial Hospital&rsquo;s new program will involve a pharmacist to help with drug therapy management and a registered dietitian to guide patients on what they should be eating. It will include monthly visits to the clinic, which will be offered at the hospital&rsquo;s family practice offices in Bedford, Carrollton and Warsaw, and more frequent follow ups by telephone.<br /> Michael Slider hired as new principal at TCHS <img src="" alt="Michael Slider" title="Michael Slider" align="left" hspace="6" /><p> Staff Report<br /> The Trimble Banner learned at press time Tuesday that the TCHS Site Based Decision Making Council has selected Michael Slider as the new Principal of Trimble County High School. The an announcement was made this week on the high school&rsquo;s website.<br /> Kentucky State Police plan traffic checkpoints <p> The Kentucky State Police will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints in the counties of Oldham, Trimble, Henry, Owen, Carroll and Gallatin during the period of September 1st through the 30th. This will be in addition to the &ldquo;Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over&rdquo; campaign that began in August and will continue through Labor Day, September 7th.<br /> Stryker Orthopaedics offers free arthritis joint pain seminar <p> La Grange, KY &ndash; Do you suffer from joint pain? Join Orthopaedic Surgeon Eugene Jacob, M.D., for a free seminar at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24 to learn the latest treatment options for sufferers of joint pain. The seminar will be held at Baptist Health La Grange and includes light refreshments.<br /> Topics of discussion include arthritis of the hip and knee, surgical and non-surgical joint pain treatment options, new technologies in hip and knee replacement and reverse shoulder replacement.<br /> Changes to Whole Farm Revenue insurance could increase access <p> By Traci Bruckner<br /> Center for Rural Affairs<br /> USDA&rsquo;s Risk Management Agency (RMA) recently announced expansion of Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) crop insurance to all states and counties. WFRP was first made available for the 2015 crop year, and provides revenue insurance coverage on all of a farmer&rsquo;s crops and animals under one policy. The policy was previously limited to certain states and counties.<br /> Trimble County Sheriff’s Department Call Log <p> Monday, August 24<br /> 7:56 a.m. accident with property damage at Trimble County Middle School.<br /> 8:03 a.m. accident with injuries at Fairview Circle Dr.<br /> Tuesday, August 25<br /> 8:04 a.m. suspicious person at Hometown Pizza.<br /> 2:04 p.m. suspicious person at Farm Bureau.<br /> 4:45 p.m. process service at the block of 6500 Hwy 421 West.<br /> 5:05 p.m. process service at the block of 1100 Starks Lane.<br /> 6:55 p.m. process service at the block of 20 High Ridge Ct.<br /> Wednesday, August 26<br /> 2:43 p.m. reckless driver on Highway 42 West.<br /> TRIMBLE COUNTY NEWS OF PUBLIC RECORD <p> Items published in court news are public record.<br /> The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.<br /> Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt.<br /> The following cases were heard the week of August 24:<br /> FELONY<br />