This was the 24th year the Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention & Tourism Commission supported the ROTC Summer Training Program.
A representative from a home improvement company knocks on your door and offers to do work for you at a low price. The company name may even sound familiar or be one you have heard before.
Question: As I get older, I’m beginning to consider some form of assisted living, but I don’t necessarily want to (or need to, at this point) go into a nursing home. What other options are there for senior citizens today?
Jeff Nalley, of Elizabethtown, a Modern Woodmen of America financial representative, recently attended the Modern Woodmen Leadership Career Institute, held at Modern Woodmen’s home office in Rock Island, Illinois.
Tax season might be over but tax scams are a year-round activity for con artists. The Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky reminds you to be cautious of ongoing tax scams.
With a few weeks left before corn harvest begins, producers might have a little “free time” in between getting harvest and storage equipment ready, trucking the last of 2018’s crop, and cleaning out grain bins in preparation for harvest 2019.
According to Northwestern Mutual’s Planning and Progress Study 2019, 22 percent of Americans have less than $5,000 saved for retirement and 15 percent have zero in retirement savings.
Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention & Tourism Commission Board members and staff had a memorable and enjoyable day July 30 at the General George Patton Museum. The guided tour was conducted by the museum’s director, Alice Hart. The museum has the largest collection of Patton artifacts in the w…
It is estimated Chromebooks make up 60 percent of all laptops and tablets in U.S. kindergarten-12th grade classrooms. As an employer, the sheer size of the $43 billion education tech market might not seem to matter much unless you employ educators. The vast majority of employers don’t, howe…
Military consumers face unique challenges in the marketplace that can result in higher median losses to scammers and other marketplace fraud, according to the Better Business Bureau’s new report, Military Consumers & Marketplace Trust: An Analysis of Marketplace Challenges Facing the Mi…
A warm and wet start to the growing season led to a decent beginning to the 2019 corn crop in central Kentucky. However, we all now know disease development can devastate a good crop. One disease on the farmer’s radar this year is Southern Rust, because of the devastating losses it caused on…
Commuters aren’t the only people impacted by the widening project on Joe Prather Highway through Radcliff. As the state expands the road to four lanes from Patriot Parkway to the Meade County line, one entrepreneur is fretting about a loss of business.
Comcast recently announced it has begun offering a service that will deliver speeds up to 1 gigabit-per-second to business customers across its Central Kentucky coverage area, which includes Campbellsville, Cave City, Elizabethtown, Hodgenville, Horse Cave, Leitchfield and Vine Grove.
The road to retirement is long. Along the way you might need or want to move your retirement funds. Maybe you are leaving a job or maybe you are just looking for a new investment strategy. When the time comes to make a move, you will want to be sure everything is done correctly. Rolling over…
- PREP FOOTBALL: Bruins, George have a big night in victory over Daviess County
- PREP FOOTBALL: LaRue defeated by top-10 Glasgow
- PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Eagles, Bulldogs fall in openers
- PREP ROUNDUP: Lady Panthers have won three in a row; Lady Bruins take 3rd
- Streets filled Saturday for homecoming parade
- E’town man charged with attempted murder
- Final push for input on E’town plan
- Kiwanis holds annual pancake fundraiser