Renovate means to renew and improve – we’re going to be discussing how to manage a pasture or hay field that has become less productive and renovating or “renewing” it so it will become more productive.
No doubt we are in difficult and unnerving times. As an investor in financial stock markets this actually is a time to be aggressive and move forward. Below are financial tips to follow.
The COVID-19 global health crisis is affecting our daily lives and nothing seems certain right now. In times like these, taking care of each other and safeguarding the health and well-being of our community is paramount.
Scammers are contacting consumers around the country about government grants. It’s a classic con where victims are offered “free” grant money, only after paying for fees or taxes upfront.
Are you certain your planter is ready to go this spring? Planter issues account for the majority of uneven emergence in corn. Studies have shown you can have a 5 to 6 percent yield loss because corn plants don’t uniformly emerge. And that’s yield loss that is gone from the get-go, before the…
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Last year’s winter brought on a lot of winterkill and decimated the potential for forage production. Spring and summer did not provide many opportunities to establish new forage production fields. As a result, forage inventories are low and many forage fields are in poor shape, expected to y…
QUESTION: Over the years I’ve heard some confusing stories about Social Security. As I near retirement I have questions, such as must I start drawing Social Security at age 62?
The Kirkland Company, which recently handled the sale to two Elizabethtown apartment buildings, credited community development in a news release announcing the transfers.
If you receive a phone call claiming to be from a local utility company threatening to cut off your utilities because of a past-due balance or a bad payment method, check with your service provider first.
On Dec. 20, 2019, The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act was signed into law. One of the major changes involves rules for those inheriting Traditional and Roth IRA accounts.
Here is a look at some of the upcoming conferences, meetings and trainings at the Hardin County Extension Service throughout February and March. The extension service is at 111 Opportunity Way in E’town.
It’s common to avoid discussing money and bills in front of children. For many families, talking about money can become very stressful, very quickly. While financial stress is not something to pass down to the next generation, there are some simple ways to teach children and teenagers about …
- Court buildings being closed statewide because of COVID-19
- County announces policy change on trash collection
- Scenic drives are way to get out of house
- Exercise is good for physical, mental health
- Attorney plans to appeal Capstraw’s murder conviction
- Elizabethtown secures $115,329 COVID-19 grant
- Social Security payments will not be delayed by pandemic
- TENNIS: Central coach Jody Bingham wins regional USTA award