Everyone knows we had more than our fair share of weather swings in 2019.
Question: Although I’m at retirement age, I would like to keep working – maybe not full-time, but at least part-time. How is the job market and can older workers easily fit into today’s workplace?
Nearly 20 local-based business and companies, including some with only locations in Hardin County, were recognized this week among the Best Places to Work in Kentucky, according to a Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and ClearPath Mutual Insurance C…
The Kentucky Soybean Board honored its yield and quality contest winners Thursday at the Kentucky Commodity Conference. Mark Thomas of Hardin County took home District 4 honors with an irrigated entry that measured 91.41 bushels per acre.
Fort Knox Federal Credit Union partners with USA Cares, supporting its mission to assist military families in crisis and help them create a foundation for long-term stability. Since 2005, the credit union and its members have donated $247,241 to the organization.
The beginning of a new year also marks the beginning of tax season. Before you hire someone to prepare your taxes, take a look at these tips from the Better Business Bureau chapter serving Louisville, Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky.
At 6:30 p.m. today is the first session of the multi-county, two-part Bull Value Assessment Program at the Hardin County Extension Service. There is a $25 per person registration fee and there will be a meal provided at each session. You can register through your local extension service in H…
Health Savings Accounts are similar to IRA accounts in many ways. They first became available Jan. 1, 2004. Its primary purpose is to provide a way for certain individuals to save and pay for health care costs.
With winter upon us, the days are shorter and the farm activities have slowed somewhat, but the time for winter meetings is here. The extension service offers many ways to increase knowledge and listed below is some information regarding a few meetings and programs coming up this winter. Pla…
While losing weight still may be the most common New Year’s Resolution, getting your finances in better shape is a popular second this year according to Parade. The holidays can be a joyous time. However, the season also can lead to blowing both your budget and your diet.
Dr. Jimmy Henning, UK Extension forage specialist, shared the following research data concerning potassium fertilization on broomsedge populated pastures in an article that appeared in Farmer’s Pride. Thought it was worth sharing and provides good food for thought as we head into spring. T…
LOUISVILLE – Yum! Brands Inc. and The Habit Restaurants Inc. announced Monday they have agreed for Yum! Brands to purchase The Habit Burger Grill for $14 a share or approximately $375 million.
- Sadness felt in community as historic church damaged by fire
- Group addresses fiscal court on 2nd Amendment sanctuary
- School boards to enter merger talks
- BOYS’ BASKETBALL: E’town takes care of North
- Black History Gallery open house set for Saturday
- PREP ROUNDUP: John Hardin sweeps Fort Knox
- St. James school hosts community breakfast
- Buy naming rights for new crayfish