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Business

  • UNDER CONSTRUCTION

    Location: Next to McAlister's Deli on North Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown across from Kohl's Department Store
    Developer: Mike Pence, Steve Mouser
    What is going in: Building shell for potential tenants
    Size of lot: 2.5 acres
    Cost: $350,000
    Source: City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development
     

  • White Castle returns Sunday

    Those who have craved White Castle since February when it closed the doors to its store at exit 94 of Interstate 65 need not fret any longer.

    The popular hamburger chain returns to Elizabethtown on Sunday in a newly built facility. The company demolished its previous restaurant to modernize its local presence.

    “They don’t have to go to Disney World to come to Tomorrowland,” said Vice President Jamie Richardson of the new building.

  • Williams guest speaker at RSBA meeting

    Innovation Center director Lisa Williams was guest speaker at the July meeting of the Radcliff Small Business Alliance at Camp Knox Lodge.

    Williams explained the types of financial grants and in-kind professional support available to anyone interested in bringing new products, services and intellectual properties to market.

  • Peden tutors businesses at chamber luncheon

    Jeff Peden’s voice rose and his hands moved excitedly through the air as he described some of the problems businesses face in attracting and retaining customers.

  • Down on the corner: New businesses heading to intersection of Ring Road, Dixie

    The intersection of Ring Road and North Dixie Avenue will witness some drastic changes during the next few months.

    CVS Pharmacy aims to anchor its first Hardin County store on a lot obtained from Herb Jones Chevrolet, Buick and GMC while the FiveStar Food Mart across the street has closed and the property has been sold by Newcomb Oil to a Nashville developer.

  • Focus on finance: Get to know Endow Kentucky

    Question: What is Endow Kentucky?

    Answer: The Endow Kentucky tax credit was authorized by the General Assembly in 2010. It offers taxpayers, either individuals or businesses, an opportunity to help their community and receive a tax credit toward their Kentucky Income Tax. A taxpayer may receive a 20 percent income tax credit not to exceed $10,000 per donor per taxable year for a gift to endowed permanent funds at certified community foundations. This tax credit is in addition to any other deductions, federal or state, for the gift.

  • Bluegrass Cellular reveals new look

    Bluegrass Cellular has undergone a brand refresh.

    The new look, which includes an advertising campaign, refreshed brand identity, revised logo, Web design and top-to-bottom Customer Care Center remodeling, debuted June 13, in an after-hours event at the company’s newly renovated Elizabethtown location.

  • Agriculture packs economic wallop in Ky.

    The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture recently released data on the economic impact of agriculture for the entire state. Although the data do not show the contribution of all businesses that directly serve the agriculture industry — finance sector, veterinary and transportation, for example — it does include all production agriculture, farm inputs and food processing/manufacturing.

  • Weed control options for fallow fields

    With the wet weather this spring in many areas of the county, planting has been a challenge. As time passes, some producers will have small low lying areas in many fields which will remain unplanted this season.

    With this unplanted farmland, a successful weed-control program still is needed to keep weed pressure down and reduce the introduction of more weed seed into the soil seed bank which can impact future crops.

  • Focus on finance: Tips on updating beneficiaries

    Question: I just updated my will naming my new wife as sole beneficiary. Do I need to also update my 401(k) and life insurance beneficiary or will updating my will suffice?

    Answer: Neglecting to update beneficiaries, or failing to name them, may leave life insurance and retirement accounts to unintended recipients, create probate expenses and cause tax problems. Having a will does not avoid these issues. The best prevention is having updated beneficiary designations.