Nominations are being accepted for the annual Hardin County Entrepreneurial Awards.
With increases in wheat prices over the last couple of months, many farmers in Hardin County have decided to increase their wheat acreage. Others may be growing wheat for the first time in several years. However, weather conditions so far during traditional wheat planting dates has been less…
Real estate, like other assets, has ups and downs based on a wide variety of factors. Buy low, sell high is an investor’s rule, but in practice it’s not so straightforward.
Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Opportunities is the title of this year’s Kentucky Beef Conference scheduled for Oct. 21 at the Fayette County Extension Service, 1140 Harry Skyes Way, Lexington. There is a ten dollar per person registration fee payable at the door to cover the meal and refre…
According to a 2018 study by GoBankingRates.com, half of Americans are “cheating” on their banks. Fifty percent of respondents had active accounts at more than one financial institution. The reasons range from different products or services to convenience, fewer fees and wanting finances separated.
Charles Hinckley, real estate broker at Network Realty and member of Radcliff Small Business Alliance, was elected to the office of President Elect for the Kentucky Realtors at the association’s annual meeting in Lexington.
It’s October, which means it’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month. From data breaches, computer viruses and everything in between, consumers need to be safe and secure online.
With varying moisture levels at harvest this year, producers should be concentrating a significant portion of their time to monitoring stored grain. Whether the grain was put in dry or at higher moisture levels, monitoring this grain after storage equally is important. Even though some grain…
Swords & Boards joined the Radcliff Small Business Alliance on Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the tabletop game store at 1635 N. Dixie Blvd in Radcliff.
While the National Corvette Museum’s name often is synonymous with the term “sinkhole,” it also will be associated with earthquakes from October through December. A new exhibit, When the Earth Shakes, allows children and adults to delve into the science of earthquakes, tectonic plates and ts…
More than 2 million jobs have been added in the United States within the last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. At the same time, more than 10,000 baby boomers are retiring every day.
The County Agricultural Investment Program paid for by the Kentucky Ag Development Fund is getting ready to start accepting applications beginning Oct. 14 and running through Oct. 28. Project completion deadline is Jan. 31, 2020.
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