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.
Businesses play an integral role in local economies. Not only do they provide jobs, they also fuel the overall infrastructure of a community.
Changes in the national economy, retail patterns and local homebuilding market created obstacles for the family business operated by the Basham brothers, Troy, Brian and Chad.
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement ACT passed the House of Representatives on May 23, 2019, by a rare 417-3 vote. In December 2019 the Senate passed the ACT which was signed Dec. 20 by the President.
The University of Kentucky’s Department of Agricultural Economics is forecasting Kentucky ag cash receipts will total $5.9 billion in 2019, flat from last year’s level, but still well below the record $6.5 billion in 2014.
Santa isn’t the only one keeping track of who is naughty and nice. The Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky also is making a list and checking it twice. BBB encourages consumers to stay informed of common holiday scams.
- Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner visits E’town
- Narcotics task force make 3 arrests, seize 119 pounds of weed
- Wallet found after home-invasion robbery leads to arrest of teen
- Gift Wood joins small business alliance
- Fort Knox, Hardin County reach waste agreement
- Sparrow Boxing hosts RSBA ribbon-cutting ceremony
- Hardin County jail log: May 7, 2019
- Man faces manslaughter charge in DUI fatality