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Business

  • Floyd promoted with Your Community Bank in E’town

    Trena Floyd has been promoted to vice president and business services officer at Your Community Bank in Elizabethtown. She will cover Jefferson, Hardin, Hart, Meade and Nelson counties and will oversee and manage a commercial business loan portfolio by advising business owners on their management and operations.

  • FKFCU names Karr Ring Road branch manager

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union announced the appointment of Donna B. Karr as the new branch manager at its Ring Road office in Elizabethtown. Karr is succeeding Darlene Chenault, who is retiring from the credit union after 37 years.

    Karr will be responsible for operations, member service and initial loan processing at the branch.

  • FKFCU names Ates executive vice president

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union announced the appointment of Rebecca Ates as executive vice president. Prior to accepting this position, Ates was senior vice president of lending for the credit union.

  • Chamber encourages businesses to show support for Fort Knox

    Hardin County businesses are invited to show their support for Fort Knox after an announcement Thursday that the U.S. Army will not be losing local troops in this year’s budget cuts.

  • Work Matters: Lincoln Trail region to host pitch competition

    As we work to fuel innovation, create jobs and drive our economy forward, it’s important that we take steps to encourage entrepreneurship.

    “All businesses once were start-ups founded by entrepreneurs,” said Rick John­son, program director for Kentuc­ky Innovation Network at the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation.

  • Supporting a culture of entrepreneurship

    As we work to fuel innovation, create jobs and drive our economy forward, it’s important that we take steps to encourage entrepreneurship.

    “All businesses once were start-ups founded by entrepreneurs,” said Rick Johnson, program director for Kentucky Innovation Network at the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation.

  • Chamber members inducted into hall of fame

    Al Rider and Terry Bennett showed up to Hardin County Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon because they were told to, but had no idea why.

    So it came as a surprise to the two friends they were being inducted into the chamber’s hall of fame.

    “I was shocked,” Rider said. “It’s a great honor.”

  • Experiencing water woes in July?

    Rain makes grain, but too much rain can cause issues, even in the middle of summer.

    It’s hard to believe we can be talking about too much rain in July, but with excessive showers through the month of June and areas in the county receiving several inches of rain on July 3, problems for many crops are inevitable.

  • Lincoln Trail Venture Group holds monthly meetings

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    The Lincoln Trail Venture Group met May 28 at Roxie’s Restaurant. Two presentations were given, one by local budding entrepreneurs Anna Nettles and Misty Richardson with their idea for a food truck business. Also presenting in May was Riley Bright with Popplr, an IT company.

  • Bank-holding company changes its name

    Community Bank Shares of Indiana Inc., the holding company for Your Community Bank, officially changed its name Monday to Your Community Bankshares Inc.

    In conjunction with the corporate name change, the company will change the ticker symbol listed on NASDAQ market from CBIN to YCB effective Wednesday.