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  • Schrams attend pediatric classes

    Eriksen Chiropractic Centers, Bardstown announces that Dr.  Nicklaus Schram, DC and Dr. Kelli Eriksen Schram, DC are attending post graduate studies in pediatric care. The doctors are working to learn to better treat the pediatric patients in and around Bardstown.

    “This a great opportunity to learn more about treating our pediatric patients. The classes will allow for better understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of current and future patients,” Dr. Scrham said.

  • Local chamber receives statewide award

    The Bardstown-Nelson County Chamber of Commerce has received recognition from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives (KCCE) for Outstanding Website among local chambers of similar size. The Excellence Awards were given out recently during the KCCE Annual Spring Conference in Frankfort. 

  • Barton 1792 Distillery whiskies earn high praise in Ultimate Spirits Challenge

    The winners from the 2012 Ultimate Spirits Challenge have been announced, and both 1792 Ridgemont Reserve and Kentucky Tavern Kentucky Straight Bourbons from the Barton 1792 Distillery received high honors.

    1792 Bourbon was named a Finalist for the Chairman’s Trophy for Bourbon. It was awarded a rating of 95 points and given an “Extraordinary; Ultimate Recommendation.” The judges’ tasting notes for this small batch bourbon noted, “It finishes crisp and full.”

  • Lincoln Trail Career Centers accepting applications

    Lincoln Trail Career Centers are taking applications for summer and fall classes for job-seekers interested in advancing their skill sets through training opportunities. Programs vary from short-term up to two years and are available for high-skill, high-demand occupations in fields such as health care, computer and information technology, advanced manufacturing and new automotive. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.

  • Photo: Bardstown Mills Ribbon Cutting
  • Photos:Inoac Anniversaries
  • Local distillery lends a helping hand

    Due to the nature of the economy, many non-profit organizations have struggled to keep their heads afloat in a sea of financial cutbacks and higher costs.

    One local company is taking steps to ensure non-profit organizations will be able to stay open for many more years to come.

    Barton 1792 Distillery, Bardstown, held a second annual Contribution to the Community Tuesday afternoon, which highlighted eight local non-profits that will receive donations from the Goldring Family Foundation and Sazerac Company.

  • Heaven Hill touts plans for new bourbon experience

    LOUISVILLE, (Ky.) — On April 26, executives from Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. — the largest family-owned and operated distilled spirits company in the country and producers of Evan Williams, the United States’ and world’s second-largest selling Bourbon — were joined by Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and political, tourism and spirits industry dignitaries to announce the September 2013 opening of the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience. 

  • Photo: Raising a sign
  • Public Record: Property Transfers - April 27, 2012

    Phillip Gaffney, Bloomfield, to William J. and Jennifer R. Parrent, Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County, $140,400.

    Jack and Missy Hurst, Bloomfield, to Cody W. Reynolds, Bardstown, Lot 140R Miller Springs Estate, $127,900.

    James Tyler and Catina D. Yates, Loretto, to Sandra Bushey, Springfield, real estate in Nelson County, $75,000.

    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Carrollton, Texas, to John and Nancy Richardson, Bloomfield, real estate in Nelson County, $71,000.