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  • COMMUNITE NOTES: Aug. 6, 2017

    NEW
    Bardstown City Council
    The Bardstown City Council will meet in regular session on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 116 N. Fifth St., second floor. Items on the agenda include cable/internet rate amendments and property tax rates.

    Nelson County Fiscal Court
    Nelson Fiscal Court will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8, to discuss 2017 tax rates. The meeting will be in the Nelson County Fiscal Court Room of the Old Courthouse.

  • Sheckles-Rogers team winners again in Buttermilk Days Backyard Grill Off

    Stan Mullins feigned protest of the judges’ decision in Buttermilk Days Backyard Grill Off Saturday.

    “They finished next to last!” he joked.

    It was true, but only because there were just two teams — his and Chris Hodges’ versus that of Joey Sheckles, Wayne Rogers and Julian Rogers.

    “We won again!” Sheckles shouted when the judges, Muncie McNamara and Leslie Calbert, tallied the results and announced the winners.

  • PHOTOS: Show casts perform Sunday concert
  • NELSON SCENE: Aug. 2, 2017

    Do you have a photo of your family or friends that you want to share? We want your face in the news!
    Send your favorite shots and other pictures to news@kystandard.com or drop by the newsroom at 110 W. Stephen Foster Ave. and you might see familiar faces in the paper!

  • Louisville band will have you crying ‘Wulfe’

    The Wulfe Brothers will be featured at this week’s edition of the Edward Jones Summer Band Concert Series at Bardstown Community Park Friday at 7 p.m.

    Founded in 1969, The Wulfe Brothers are based in Louisville, but travel across Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and beyond. They are well known for their musical history lessons that delight audiences of all ages. They often play at schools, libraries, fairs and festivals, corporate events, stage shows and dances.

  • On-the-GO Foods to open second location

    On-the-GO Foods is going beyond its grab-and-go and delivery services to cater to customers who want to sit and eat.

    The Guthrie Opportunity Center’s food service will soon open a second location in the former Subway building on East Stephen Foster Avenue across from My Old Kentucky Home State Park.

    The food will be prepared fresh daily at the GO Center’s kitchen near Ky. 245 and trucked across town to the new location, which will offer a dining room as well as prepared and packaged meals for those on the go.

  • PHOTOS: Kids Night offers cool summer fun

    The Northeast Nelson Fire Protection District hosted a Kids Night in Bloomfield Tuesday at the station on Perry Street.

  • Buttermilk grillers to compete Saturday

    Buttermilk Days is still almost a month away, but people can get a foretaste of the festival this weekend during the summer barbecue competition Saturday.

    The annual Buttermilk grill-off will feature at least eight teams that will compete in four categories: beef, pork, poultry and vegetable. Judges will decide, but for $5, guests can also sample the food and decide which they like best.

    It all comes down to “bragging rights,” City Councilman Bill Sheckles said.

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: July 23, 2017

    NEW
    Unity service
    First Christian Church is having a special service, combining both morning services at 10 a.m. to celebrate unity in praise and worship. The service will include communion, open to all, with a brunch immediately following at the church. All are welcome. For more information, contact the church office at (502) 348-3210.

    Delinquent tax sale

  • Prayers for Tariq

    The stands were empty. The people had joined the players on the field, holding hands in a large circle. And when the horn sounded for a touchdown and it grew quiet again, the sound of sobbing could be heard as family members and friends of Tariq Armour held each other and remembered him.