• Grimes warns businesses of potential filings scam

    In advance of the June 30 annual reports filings deadline, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is warning businesses in Kentucky of unnecessary solicitations which may be mistaken for official government filing forms.

    “Businesses are frequent targets of mailings that give the appearance of being a government form,” Grimes said. “We encourage businesses to be vigilant and to contact us if they receive any document or form and are suspicious about whether it is from our office or another state government agency.”

  • Thomas joins Bluegrass Community Family Practice

    Bluegrass Community Family Practice and Dr. Sosnin welcomes Angela Thomas APRN to its practice.

    Thomas is a board certified Advance Practice Registered Nurse in the state of Kentucky. She is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

    Her education includes earning her bachelors of science in nursing at Murray State University in 2004 with honors and earning her masters of science in nursing at Murray State University in 2010 with honors.

  • Schriner named new financial adviser at FKFCU

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union announced that Jeff Schriner joined the member service team as a financial adviser to provide insurance, pension and brokerage services at no initial cost to members. Schriner has an office at the Ring Road Branch, 1650 Ring Road in Elizabethtown; however, he is available to travel to appointments in other counties, with no obligations to members.

  • Fort Knox Federal, SBDC to Host ‘Vets 2 Entrepreneurs’ seminar

    More and more veterans are embracing their entrepreneurial side as they leave military service. To help Fort Knox area veterans make that transition, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union and the Kentucky Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host an Operation Veteran 2 Entrepreneur workshop/seminar on June 28 at the Credit Union’s Main Branch office at 3939 South Dixie Blvd. in Radcliff.

  • Elder Justice Task Force comes to Kentucky

    United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. announced the creation of an Elder Justice Task Force in Kentucky to bring together key federal, state and local stakeholders to coordinate and enhance efforts to pursue nursing homes and caregivers who provide grossly substandard care to their residents.

  • Prevent abuse and exploitation of the elderly

    Many recently observed World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Even as the day has past, it is important to take action against the abuse and exploitation of vulnerable adults. Learn more about what is being done in Kentucky to fight the abuse of elders HERE.

    According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, the top 10 financial scams targeting seniors include:

  • KFB joins Career Day
  • Edward Jones ranked the No. 1 Best Place to Work in Kentucky

    The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the Best Companies Group of Harrisburg, Pa., to rank the state’s top 100 employers. Companies named Best Places to Work in Kentucky for 2016 were divided into 30 large companies and 34 medium companies and 36 small-sized companies based on the number of people they employ in Kentucky.

  • Sydina Bradshaw joins 2016 Leadership Kentucky class

    Leadership Kentucky, one of the oldest and most prestigious statewide leadership development programs in the United States, is proud to announce the members of the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2016.

    This year’s class includes 55 participants from across the state representing a variety of public and private sectors. Joining this year’s class is Sydina Bradshaw of Bardstown, director of visitor relations with Maker’s Mark Distillery. A full list of class members is available at www.leadershipky.org.

  • Suga Babies celebrates ribbon cutting