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Business

  • Jim and Jerry’s Express Car Wash becomes BBB member

    Cathy Williamson, Branch manager for the Better Business Bureau presented an Accreditation plaque to Cheryl Howard of Jim and Jerry’s Express Car Wash. Jim and Jerry’s Express Car Wash recently qualified to be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. In order to be an accredited member of the BBB, the business must meet the 15 Standards for Membership established by the Better Business Bureau. To see if a company qualifies for accreditation contact them at 982-1289.

  • Batteries Plus holds ribbon cutting

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting on April 2, for one of its newest chamber members, Batteries Plus at 948 N. Mulberry St. in Elizabethtown. Pictured at the ribbon cutting are David Paschall, owner; C.J. Furbush, manager; Chamber president and CEO Brad Richardson, employees, family, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • Focus on Finance: Foreclosure and facing a credit predicament

    Question: Is there a difference in doing a foreclosure, a short sale or a deed in lieu?

    Answer: Many people feel like they’ve been hit in the face when credit problems strike them. On a much larger scale, getting hit in the face is similar to some degree as getting your house foreclosed. 

    What would you do if you were faced with similar credit problems? How are you going to handle yourself, how will you help your loved ones, or your credit after the crisis happens?

  • Moore Electronics becomes member of BBB

    Cathy Williamson, Branch Manager for the Better Business Bureau recently presented an accreditation plaque to Chris Moore of Moore Electronics. Moore Electronics recently qualified to be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. In order to be an accredited member of the BBB, the business must meet the 15 Standards for Membership established by the Better Business Bureau. To see if a company qualifies for accreditation contact them at 982-1289.

  • Steve Rice & Associates become BBB members

    Cathy Williamson, branch manager for the Better Business Bureau recently presented an accreditation plaque to Stephen Rice of Steve Rice & Associates. Steve Rice & Associates recently qualified to be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. In order to be an Accredited member of the BBB, the business must meet the 15 Standards for Membership established by the Better Business Bureau. To see if a company qualifies for accreditation contact them at 982-1289.

  • Help your spouse (or relative) settle your estate — while you can

    Question: What is involved in “Estate Planning?”
    Answer: We collect and lose a lot of information about what we have. Do you know where your insurance policy, deeds, will, and all of your bank accounts – just to name a few – are? If you die, all these documents and more must be found and acted upon – or else your spouse and beneficiaries lose their benefit.

  • First Federal annual loss amounts to $9.3 million

    Dealing with a group of failed commercial real estate loans and hit by what the bank’s leadership calls a “punitive” accounting charge, First Federal Savings Bank reported a loss of $9.3 million for 2010.

    “The company had a challenging year during 2010 as we continue to work through the remnants of the worst recession since the Great Depression,” B. Keith Johnson, First Federal’s chief executive officer since 1997, said in the formal 12-page financial report released last week.

  • La Te Da opens on Fat Tuesday

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce celebrated Fat Tuesday with a grand opening, ribbon cutting and open house for La Te Da, a party design, fresh floral, home decor and gift shop at 913 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown. Pictured are owners Lisa French, Cindy Walker, Neise Carey, interim Chamber President Rik Hawkins, board members, family, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • El Acapulco holds ribbon cutting

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce celebrated a grand opening-ribbon cutting for El Acapulco Mexican Restaurant. They are located at 918 N. Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown (across from HMH). Pictured at the Ribbon Cutting are Ramiro Romero Sr., owner; Ramiro Romero Jr., manager; Rik Hawkins chamber president/CEO; family, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • Bunny’s Boutique opens

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated a grand opening-ribbon cutting for Bunny’s Boutique, 2486 South Dixie Highway, Radcliff and can be reached at 352-0020. The building was formerly Affordables Consignment & Gift Shop. Pictured at the Ribbon Cutting are Bunny Vachon, owner; Radcliff Mayor JJ Duvall; former Board Members, John Wright, Ronnie Penwell, Tom Hewlett; and family, friends and chamber ambassadors