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  • Carolyn England honored by Nationwide

    Carolyn England has been selected as the January Employee of the Month for Nationwide Uniform.

    She has been employed with Nationwide since August 2014 and is under the supervision of Charie Glenn in the trouser department.

    She will receive a special award for her dedication and service.

  • Carol Rae Smith named Employee of the Year

    Carol Rae Smith was selected as Employee of the Year for 2014 by Nationwide Uniform.

    She has been employed with Nationwide since Sept. 23, 1969. She works in the trouser department.

    She received an award for her dedication and service at the company’s annual Christmas program on Dec. 23, 2014.

  • Lincoln National is a 5-Star bank

    Lincoln National Bank has been recognized as one of the strongest banks in the nation.

    The bank has earned BauerFinancial’s highest 5-Star rating for strength and stability.


    A 5-Star Superior rating indicates that The Lincoln National Bank is one of the strongest in the nation, excelling in areas of capital, loan quality, profitability and more.

  • Magnolia Bank earns 5-Star rating

    Magnolia Bank has been recognized as a 5-Star Superior bank by BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s leading bank rating and research firm since 1983.

    A 5-Star rating indicates that Magnolia Bank is one of the strongest banks in the nation. To earn the designation, the bank must excel in capital quality, asset quality and profitability.

    Magnolia Bank has earned the 5-Star rating for the last seven consecutive quarters and a recommended rating of 5-Stars or 4-Stars for the latest 101 consecutive quarters.

  • Long returns as CUB’s market president

    Jim Long is returning to Citizens Union Bank in Elizabethtown as market president for CUB’s central Kentucky market. He will lead commercial, business banking and consumer lending efforts, according to a news release from CUB’s board of directors in Shelbyville.

    Long will continue to serve as senior Vice President of Special Assets for the Bank as well.

  • 'Where Opportunity Knox' assists veterans

    Where Opportunity Knox is bringing its breakfast program, “Veterans: A Workforce and Talent Solution,” to Hardin County, providing tools and insights to help companies of all sizes hire veterans.

  • Official says pipeline proposal can be fought

     According to a Kentucky Resources Council official, local government and Boyle County residents may have some recourse against Kinder Morgan’s plans to convert a pipeline to carry volatile natural gas liquids through the county and beneath Herrington Lake.

  • Boyle County dealing with possibility of NGL pipeline

    By Pam Wright
    The Advocate-Messenger

    A panel of pipeline industry experts fielded questions Thursday about the safety and environmental impact of a plan to repurpose a pipeline in Boyle County to carry natural gas liquids (NGLs) and had the answer to some questions, didn't know the answer to others and provided fodder for some newly emerging concerns.

  • WORK MATTERS: Career centers focus on advanced manufacturing training

    The Lincoln Trail Workforce Investment Board and the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail are pleased to announce a new training program to help both job seekers and employers in one of our region’s most promising job sectors – advanced manufacturing.

    Through a grant-funded initiative, called Kentucky Career Center Get Opportunity (KCCGO), we’ve developed intensive, no-cost training to help up to 90 job seekers start or re-enter their career in manufacturing.

  • Shopko closing in April

     Hodgenville’s Shopko Hometown store is closing.

    Employees were notified last week of the corporate decision. Michelle Hansen, public relations director for Shopko, said the final day is April 4.

    Hansen said “the store just was not performing adequately.” Stores in Liberty and Munfordville also are closing.

    Shopko is on track to open 15-to-20 more stores this year, but “these (three) locations weren’t working out for us,” she said.

    The pharmacy located inside the store also will close.