• Eriksen Chiropractic celebrates one year in Bardstown

    Eriksen Chiropractic Center of Bardstown recently celebrated its one year anniversary.   The center’s grand opening was October of 2010. Dr. Nicklaus Scram, DC and Dr. Kelli Eriksen Schram, DC work at the center.

    The center is at 625 N. Third St. in Bardstown. Eriksen Chiropractic Centers was established in 1972 with the goal of healing people and promoting wellness throughout Kentucky.

    Eriksen Chiropractic Centers has seven locations in Kentucky and has been serving patients with chiropractic care for more than 39 years.

  • Hardin retires from Justice Department

    Larry R. Hardin has retired from the Department of Justice/ DEA after serving 31 years. Hardin attended Taylorsville High School before entering the Navy and Marines. He is the son of Elizabeth Johnson Hardin and Ray Hardin Jr. He is the grandson of Ray and Sarah Hardin, Taylorsville, and Joseph Edward Johnson and Mattie Masterson, New Haven. He has several relatives in Nelson, Spencer and surrounding counties. He resides part-time in California and Rota, Spain.

  • Donations needed for food baskets

    The New Haven Enhancement Team is asking for donations of canned goods and non-perishable items for Community Food Baskets that will be distributed to needy families during the Christmas season. Items may be dropped off at New Haven City Hall until Dec. 15.

  • Photo: Funeral home groundbreaking
  • Subway restaurant to open in New Haven Thursday

    A new Subway restaurant will open in New Haven Thursday.

    The Subway, a chain sandwich restaurant, will open inside the Hometown IGA grocery store at 132 S. Main Street.

    According to Joe Joiner of Houchens Industries, holder company for Subway, the new restaurant will be open 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday.

    The restaurant is likely to celebrate its opening with a possible ceremony in the next eight weeks, according to Joiner.

  • Jim Beam may build new warehouses near Boston

    Jim Beam Brands Company plans to build about 17 new warehouses, and some of them may in the Boston area. Nelson Fiscal Court approved a resolution to offer the company a 30-year property tax exemption if it chooses to build any of those warehouses in Nelson County.

  • BBB warns: Don’t fall for recent Facebook lottery scam e-mail

    If you get an e-mail in your inbox that claims to be from Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook  — delete it! BBB is warning the scam e-mail claims the recipient is the winner of $1 million in “our 2011 Sweepstakes (Facebook Inc).” The lottery e-mails are not from Facebook.

  • PINK OUT! Businesses focus on breast cancer awareness

    Businesses in downtown Bardstown have gone pink this week in order to raise awareness about breast cancer during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

    The Downtown Promotions Committee is partnering with Flaget Cancer Center and Flaget Memorial Hospital in PINK OUT! Businesses, retailers and restaurants owned and managed by women decorated their storefronts in pink in support of all women who have fought and continue to stand up to breast cancer.

  • Chamber of Commerce names local banker Business Person of the Year

    The title 2011 Business Person of the Year was bestowed the honor by The Bardstown-Nelson County Chamber of Commerce at the Business Expo 2011 after the recipient was nominated by many of his clients. Members of the chamber selected Howard Keene, vice president of Your Community Bank, to receive the award.

    “I was surprised when the first nomination came in, but many more nominations started coming in,” Keene said. “Ten to 15 nominations came in from my clients, smaller business owners in Nelson County.”

  • Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame inductions

    The Kentucky Distillers Association and the Kentucky Bourbon Festival announced the 2011 inductees into the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame Sept. 16.

    David Hobbs and Al Young were honored at the reception with domestic and international media, and industry leaders in attendance. The induction, a highlight during festival week, is the highest honor within the Bourbon industry a person or organization may receive.