Your credit score can have a big impact on your finances. Simply put, a credit file is an aggregate of information about you that’s provided by the financial institutions you’ve borrowed money from over time. There are three main credit bureaus where this information is reported: Equifax, Ex…
In a new spin on the package delivery scheme, scammers are no longer posing as mail carriers. Instead, they’re impersonating U.S. Customs and Border Protection, claiming to have intercepted a package addressed to the victim.
Our nation depends on resilient, capable and adaptable manufacturers in times of need and that fact has been crystallized over the last year and a half. Advanced manufacturing enables our country to meet the growing demand for everyday goods and services through the use of modern and innovat…
Armed Forces Bank has announced a new partnership with A Million Thanks to send thank you letters to military members serving around the world.
Spring breeding season is here and hopefully your herd is prepared. One key management tool we can use to reduce the risk of pregnancy failures is getting a breeding soundness examination on your bulls.
Contract contingencies are part of every real estate purchase agreement, but play a more significant role in a tight real estate market such as the one we have.
Bluegrass Network employees pitched in and collected more than 200 essential hygiene items to donate to Helping Hand of Hope for those in need. Bluegrass Network President Doug Updegraff and his team encourages the community to give back to those less fortunate.
Abound Credit Union, which offers financial education to all fifth graders in Hardin County’s 13 elementary schools, strengthened its support with a $5,000 donation to Hardin County Schools.
It’s a new twist on an old romance scam. A con artist offers to become your “sugar momma” or “sugar daddy” and pay your bills. But according to recent BBB Scam Tracker reports, it’s just a way to trick victims out of their hard-earned money.
According to Tracey Cecil-Simpson, a top agent with Semonin Realtors in Elizabethtown, the trend toward buying sight unseen is becoming more popular for various reasons.
A bunch of friends on Facebook or other social media are sharing their senior portraits, including the high school name and graduation year, to support the graduating class of 2021 – or years past to share their memories.
- Vine Grove City Hall’s future still a concern
- Lincoln Birthplace to celebrate Juneteenth
- STATE BASEBALL: E’town falls to Collins in opener
- CLASS 3A STATE TRACK: North leads locals in number of boys’, girls’ medalists
- Department announces death of firefighter
- At the lake
- Hearing could set tone for solar farms locally