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Business

  • Bush named manager at First Federal

    First Federal Savings Bank has named Tina Bush as retail/small business manager in charge of First Federal’s Retail and Small Business Lending Operations.

    Bush previously served as Banking Center Manager for First Federal’s Munfordville location and has several years experience in small business lending at the bank.

  • Waddell’s Auto & Scrap sponsor comedian

    Waddell’s Auto & Scrap Metal Recycling of Bardstown will be sponsoring comedian Etta May at the Historic State Theater on Nov. 12. Pictured are Kaelin Waddell, Brandon Waddell and Colby Gibson of Waddell’s Auto Recycling, along with Emily West, director at the State Theater.

  • N Touch Massage holds ribbon cutting

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony Sept. 23 for one of its members. N Touch Massage and Wellness Center, which also underwent a name change, is at Suite 104, 1201 N. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, which is in Magnet Business Park. The business can be contacted at 982-1221. Pictured are Brad Richardson, Chamber president/CEO, staff, family, friends and Chamber ambassadors.

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  • Burke's Outlet Store coming to Towne Mall in November

    Just in time for the holiday shopping season, consumers will find a new anchor store at Towne Mall.

    Brandenton, Fla.-based Burke’s Outlet is expected to open by Thanksgiving at the site of the former Dawahares at the front of the mall.

    “We are happy to have all our anchor stores occupied,’’ said Theresa Steinemann, business development and marketing manager at Towne Mall. “This is great for our guests, the mall as well as our community, through additional jobs that will become available with their store opening.’’

  • Focus on Finance: Specific Social Security income guidelines defined

    By JASON HYDE

  • Fort Knox Federal organizes KOSS drive

    Students at the Larue County Middle School collected more than 700 pairs of flip-flop sandals to donate to U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The flip-flop drive is part of the Keep Our Soldiers Safe (KOSS) program organized by Fort Knox Federal Credit Union. The KOSS program supports the troops with useful items from home. 

  • FullCircle Registry eyes Movie Palace acquisition

    Elizabethtown’s Movie Palace soon could be under a new ownership umbrella.

    Shelbyville-based FullCircle Registry Inc., through its subsidiary FullCircle Entertainment Inc., has signed a nonbinding letter of intent to acquire the 12-screen movie theater, which is off Dixie Avenue and has frontage on Woodland Drive.

  • High bids buy pieces of Coke collection

    Hundreds of bidders and more participating by Internet or phone quietly and calmly parted with hundreds of thousands of dollars over the weekend in exchange for iconic memorabilia from one of the world’s most recognizable brands.

    The first auction at the Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola saw totals for which organizers scarcely dared to hope, bringing in two bids of more than $100,000 each on Saturday.

    One of those bids came for a 1915 soda fountain valued at $18,000 to $20,000,.

  • Hudson wins national competition

    David Hudson of Radcliff, a local hair stylist at J’s Ebony Beauty Salon in Radcliff, attended the Bronner Brothers International Hair and Beauty Show at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta from Aug. 20-23. He won first place in the Most Creative Total Look category and second place in the Grab-bag competition.