The Bloomfield City Council is looking to ban the sale of produce in Bloomfield anywhere except the farmers market.
The first reading of an ordinance prohibiting the sale of locally grown produce outside of the Bloomfield farmers market was read during a special-called meeting of the Bloomfield City Council Monday night.
Mayor Rhonda Hagan said the ordinance is aimed to protect the farmers market, which opened in May.
A group of international graduate students are biking across America as part of their charity campaign Danxingdao, or “OneWay” in English, which raises awareness and support for hungry children in rural China.
The campaign includes a 3,800-mile biking expedition from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., traveling part of the TransAmerica Trail.
The Department of Kentucky American Legion granted a charter for the American Legion of Nelson County Post 42 for operations in Legion programs and activities.
“It is always good to see a motivated group of veterans wanting to come together to do good work with our Legion programs such as veteran service officer work, oratorical, Kentucky Boys and Girls State, and many other programs. Good luck and thank you for your service,” Department Commander Marty Goley said.
Eddie Lynn Snodderly will be featured Friday at this week’s Edward Jones Summer Band Concert Series, co-sponsored by the Stephen Foster Music Club and the Bardstown/Nelson County Parks & Recreation Department.
The series, now in its 13th season of free, family-oriented concerts, is held at Bardstown Community Park each Friday at 7 p.m. from Memorial Day through Labor Day.