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Fed Up, a barbecue restaurant in Radclff, has reopened at 59 S. Wilson Road after a five month hiatus. Owner Tiffany Williams closed the restaraunt over concerns for the safety of her customers and staff during the pandemic .

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Armed Forces Bank, a full-service military bank committed to serving those who serve, has been named “Distinguished Bank of the Year” by the Department of the Army and Navy.

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It’s not everyday Eliza­beth­town Community and Technical College can showcase its career-­building opportunities for a member of the President’s Cabinet.

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The Better Business Bureau Scam Tracker is receiving more and more reports on a trick scammers are using to steal from online shoppers. The scammers are exploiting a PayPal policy and deceiving online shoppers into paying for goods they never receive.

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Here are some guidelines that can help you formulate a weed control plan, provided by Dr. Jimmy Henning, UK Ex­ten­sion Forage Specialist. He will be the first to admit this is a highly subjective set of guidelines or suggestions.

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Many of us rely on auto loans to finance the cars we depend on to drive to work, take children to school and pick-up groceries or other essentials, but the cost of those loans can vary substantially.

In the wake of Hurricane Laura, the Better Business Bureau offers the following tips to help Americans decide where to direct donations to assist storm victims and their families.

Question: The coronavirus and resulting economic turmoil has me anxious about my overall finances, particularly as I approach retirement. What could I do to get through this crisis?

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In recent months, COVID-19 has changed the way nearly everyone lives their daily lives. Unfortunately for many, those changes may have included job loss, furloughs or unreliable hours with changing protocols.

Most people are familiar with the age old question, which came first, the chicken or the egg? Dr. Jordan Shockley, UK Extension Ag Economist, asked the question during a nationwide pandemic, which left the grocery shelf first, the chicken or the egg? While consumers across the country began …

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You wake up in the middle of the night and realize, “I changed jobs last year but I left my 401k behind.” Now what?

Some of the most common scams in the U.S. and Canada today involve callers pretending to be government officials. Some claim to be tax officials or representatives from the Social Security Administration while others claim to be law-enforcement officers and threaten legal consequences.

1. create a budget and get a plan. Unfortunately, most Am­er­­i­cans operate on a cash-in, cash-­out basis. They have no clue where they stand financially and live paycheck to paycheck. As you approach retirement you must know your expenses to ensure you have enough income to live comfortabl…

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Scammers are hard at work using old scams with a new COVID-19 twist to steal from their victims. Here are a few of the more popular COVID-19 scams going on – right now.

The University of Kentucky Beef Integrated Resource Management team has put together and excellent documentary series entitled: “I bought a farm, now what?” which is a question we get a lot at the Extension Office.

After years of hard-work and a lot of preparation, 10th graders attending public high schools throughout Kentucky will begin the new financial literacy course required to graduate on Aug. 25. This course will teach students about money, personal financial management and other aspects of fina…