• Bourbon City Bargains cuts ribbon
  • Talbott Inn and Gift Shop opens
  • S&J Medical Massage Therapy rejoins Chamber
  • Mullins attends financial advisors forum

    Stanley N. Mullins, of Elizabethtown, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, has completed a five‑day educational program at Modern Woodmen’s home office in Rock Island, Ill.

    The program focused on comprehensive financial services for families and small businesses.

    Using a computer software program, participants studied the impact of social security benefits and inflation on financial plans.

  • Flowers Baking Co. names Obeng 2016 Flowers Spirit Award recipient

    Flowers Baking Co. of Bardstown, a subsidiary of Flowers Foods, has selected employee Benjamin Obeng as the recipient of its 2016 Flowers Spirit Award.

    The award recognizes employees who are a positive force at work and in their community. It was inspired by the kindness and generosity of Langdon S. Flowers, past president and chairman of the board of Flowers Foods. Throughout his life, Flowers encouraged many people within the company and throughout the country and was an active supporter of many charitable and community organizations.

  • Isaiah House welcomes Price

    With its continued growth, Isaiah House welcomes Melissa “Missy” Price to the Isaiah House family in Willisburg.

    Price was born and raised in Bardstown. She and her husband, Eddie, have been married for 31 years. They have two daughters, Kasy and Bekah.

    The Isaiah House has been a big part of her family for the last two years because Missy brought her brother, Jay, into Isaiah House for long-term treatment. Jay now works for the Isaiah House. Missy works in admissions.

  • WORK MATTERS: Give yourself a better career outlook in 2017

    A new year has come, and for many employees and job seekers, it’s the perfect time to step back and consider their career paths and plans. As many will look to make 2017 a great work year — or even make concrete resolutions to get a new job, earn a promotion or start training for an in-demand career — the staff at Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail offers the following strategies to help strengthen your 2017 career outlook.

    Research the job market


    Nelson County Farm Bureau was recognized during the 97th Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) annual meeting in Louisville for its outstanding membership and program achievement in 2016. The award honors county Farm Bureau offices who meet the company’s profitability requirements and whose insurance policy growth meets or exceeds its annual growth goal.

  • Newcomb Oil won’t be allowed to demolish house by FiveStar

    The Bardstown City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to deny Newcomb Oil Inc.’s request to demolish a brick bungalow beside the FiveStar at 122 E. Stephen Foster Ave.

    The company, which wants to tear down the convenience store and build a bigger one, wants to use the lot at 113 for more gas pumps and parking.

  • Making Bourbon Great Again

    In the spirit of the holiday season, Bardstown Bourbon Company has presented the president-elect with a gift to be enjoyed several years from now — his own barrel of wheated bourbon whiskey.

    The new company’s 45th barrel of bourbon produced is reserved for Donald Trump and has a metal plaque signifying it as his.