In the current economy, it’s safe to say that many small businesses might have chalked up a net operating loss — NOL — during the last year or two. If that’s the case, the Kentucky Society of CPAs advises that there is one potential tax deduction that you should not miss. But it may be necessary to call in an expert to determine if you are eligible.
The News-Enterprise HARDIN COUNTY — Hardin County is one of several counties in the state that will receive a dividend payment from the Kentucky Association of Counties. The county will receive $51,457.52 through the KACo All Lines Fund, an insurance program that offers property and casualty coverage to 112 of Kentucky’s 120 counties. KACo s
By JEFF D’ALESSIO firstname.lastname@example.org An Elizabethtown man is in custody at the Hardin County Detention Center after being arrested late Tuesday afternoon on charges of various sex crimes. George Harse Aubrey, 32, was arrested after an adult female relative told police that she suspected Aubrey had given her sleeping pills or put “something in her drink” Tues
By MARY ALICE HOLT I received a call from Mabel Osborne of Elizabethtown several weeks ago. She asked if I ever came across a recipe for whole wheat or whole grain biscuits. She knew that whole grain breads were supposed to be so much better for you than breads made with regular flour, but she had never seen a recipe for whole wheat biscuits.
The making of the wedding cake was a wonderful experience, because I learned a lot. Even though I thought I was organized and prepared, I spent an entire day making the cake layers. By noon on Wednesday, I was panicking. Going by the number of cups of batter that a pan would hold according to the Wilton charts, I overfilled the cake pans by putting what should have been in two pans in one.
By MARTY FINLEY email@example.com If city and tourism officials have their way, dirt will be moving on the Elizabethtown Sports Park by summer. The first bid package was scheduled to be awarded this month, but analysis of the site revealed a need for grading changes because of rock found on the park site, said Elizabethtown Planning Director Ed Poppe. Despite