• Baumgardner will chair national board

    The Appraisal Foundation has appointed Rick Baumgardner of Elizabethtown as chairman of the Appraisal Practices Board, a national panel operated by the professional trade association which serves the United States and Canada. The Appraisal Foundation sets the Congressionally authorized standards and qualifications for real estate appraisers.

  • Whitlock named a PaceSetter

    Eli Whitlock of Bluegrass Insur­ance Services in Eliza­bethtown recently was named a PaceSetter agent by State Auto.

    The PaceSetter program is a yearlong sales and marketing partnership designed to improve customer service. The agents are selected from top agencies, according to Mike LaRocco, president of State Auto.

  • Fisher employee celebrates half-century career

    Calvin Miles has never worked a day in his life.

    Although Miles has held the same position at the same company for 50 years, he said it’s not really work he does.

    “I can say I enjoy it as much today as I did when I started,” he said.

  • TRACK partners employers, educators to prepare students for careers

    It’s no secret that many businesses in Kentucky and across the country face challenges in finding the skilled employees they need. Employers, educators and others agree that part of the solution is the development of career pathways for secondary students.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • New manufacturer lands in LaRue County

    County officials have announced a manufacturing business is moving to LaRue County.

    Karbec, which specializes in automated machinery for manufacturers, will begin operations in early July.

    Lead Engineer Troy Fackler said Karbec is a machine integration company that specializes in the automotive and railroad industries and several other manufacturing sectors.

  • RSBA begins accepting members from Vine Grove

    After amassing 125 members over more than two years, the Radcliff Small Business Alliance will grow past its home city.

    It now is accepting businesses and residents of Vine Grove among its ranks.

  • ETCB’s Clark elected to national board

    Elizabethtown Tourism and Commission Bureau sports and sales director Janna Clark has been elected to the National Association of Sports Commissions’ board of directors.

    Clark will serve a three-year term on the NASC board. Clark has been an association member since 2009.

  • Hendrickson announces expansion

    Only 13 months after breaking ground on a 100,000-square-foot facility on North Black Branch Road, Hendrickson executives returned to cut the ribbon on its Elizabethtown plant and break ground on its first expansion.