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Business

  • Creekmur honored by Nationwide Uniform

    Mayvonna Creekmur has been selected as the April Employee of the Month for Nationwide Uniform.
    She has been employed with Nationwide since September 2002 and is under the supervision of Jo Ann Pearman in the trousers department.
    She will receive a special award for her dedication and service.

  • Lincoln Trail Career Centers accepting applications

     Lincoln Trail Career Centers are taking applications for summer and fall classes for job-seekers interested in advancing their skill sets through training opportunities. Programs vary from short-term up to two years and are available for high-skill, high-demand occupations in fields such as health care, computer and information technology, advanced manufacturing and new automotive. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.

  • Sprowles and Thompson join Century 21 Joe Guy Hagan

    Peggy Sprowles and Amy Thompson are two new agents working with Century 21 Joe Guy Hagan, Elizabethtown

    They will specialize in residential and farm properties in the LaRue County area.

    Sprowles is a native LaRue Countian, having returned home two years ago after moving many times as a military spouse. 

    Thompson has lived in LaRue County for the past five years. She owns a hair salon.

  • Photo: Leadership LaRue and Agriculture Day

     Members of the Leadership LaRue class traveled to Hinton’s Orchard and Farm Market April 3 as part of agriculture day. Above, Jeremy Hinton, co-owner of the orchard and member of the Leadership class, described his agribusiness to class members Clint Williams, Marsha Duncan, Beth Turner, Nedra Jurcak and Deidre Brooks.

  • Fort Knox Federal Credit Union earns 5 Stars

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union has received BauerFinancial, Inc.’s highest 5-Star Superior rating for financial strength and stability.  
    The 5-Star Superior rating is based on the overall financial picture of the credit union and indicates that Fort Knox Federal is one of the strongest credit unions in the nation.  
    Fort Knox Federal has received Superior ratings from BauerFinancial for 26 consecutive years.

  • Serco to offer 125 jobs in Campbellsville

     Serco, a travel and hospitality company, is expanding its reach in the industry by creating 125 jobs at its Campbellsville center. The international service company acquired Intelenet Global Services last year in order to partner global travel with hospitality services for worldwide clientele.

  • Fort Knox receives 5-Star rating

     Fort Knox Federal Credit Union has received BauerFinancial, Inc.’s highest 5-Star Superior rating for financial strength and stability. 

    The 5-Star Superior rating is based on the overall financial picture of the credit union and indicates that Fort Knox Federal is one of the strongest credit unions in the nation. 

    Fort Knox Federal has received Superior ratings from BauerFinancial for 26 consecutive years.

  • Hornback brings Heavenly Harvest Florist and Gifts to Hodgenville

    To Jerry Dale Hornback, the decision to move his florist shop from his home in the county to downtown Hodgenville was simple: it’s more accessible for customers.
    Although business was good at the Salem Lake Road location, it has improved as more people have taken note of the brightly colored wreaths hanging from the awning of Heavenly Harvest Florist and Gift Shop on Lincoln Boulevard.
    “A lot of people didn’t want to travel out that far,” said Jerry. “It’s more convenient here.”

  • LaRue park and eatery named tops by Kentucky Living readers

    Two Hodgenville entities have received top honors in Kentucky Living Magazine’s 2012 Best in Kentucky issue.
    Paula’s Hot Biscuit and Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park were both recognized for receiving the most votes in their categories.
    Paula’s Hot Biscuit took first place in the nonfranchise breakfast restaurant category and tied for second place in nonfranchise restaurant.
    Paula Varney, owner of Paula’s Hot Biscuit, was thrilled by the announcement which appeared last week in the magazine.

  • ECTC to sponsor job fair for those interested in long-term care

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Nurse Aide Program will host a job fair for anyone interested in the program and careers as a nurse aide or in long-term care. The event will be 3-6 p.m. April 16 in Room 257 of the Academic/Technical Building on ECTC’s Elizabethtown Campus. It is free and open to the public.
    For more information, contact Nurse Aide Coordinator Stephanie Bennett at 270-706-8648 or email sbennett0017@kctcs.edu.