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  • 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.

  • Center employing developmentally disabled hosts fundraiser

    More than 340 people attended the first fundraiser of its kind Saturday evening for the Guthrie Opportunity Center, which employs dozens of developmentally disabled men and women.

    The center welcomed some of its most generous donors, along with a new donor who has taken a special interest in the cause — Bill Walters, native Kentuckian-turned-Las Vegas investor, recently featured on an episode of “60 Minutes.”

  • Photo: The Sutton Studio opens
  • Limestone Branch Distillery grand opening set for April 14

    The grand opening for the Limestone Branch Distillery near the Bourbon Trail in Lebanon, Ky., will be 11 a.m., Saturday, April 14, at 1280 Veterans Memorial Highway, Lebanon, Ky.

    In addition to the first bourbon barrel filling at 2 p.m., there will be many events and door prizes presented throughout the day ending with a Bourbon Bonfire in the evening. Live entertainment featuring “Kreekwater Koolaid” will be 3-7 p.m.

  • Pic: Salon of Beauty
  • Public Record: Property Transfers - March 30, 2012

    Louis Patrick and Diane Gant, New Haven, et al, to Elizabeth A. Bryant, New Haven, real estate in Nelson County, $10,000.

    Bettye Puckett and Ricky N. Davenport, Bardstown, to Bettye Puckett and Ricky N. Davenport, real estate in Nelson County, $118.

    BRH Properties LLC, Bardstown, to Jack Hurst, Bardstown, Lot 140R Miller Springs Estates, $25,000.

    Sharalyn H. and Jeffrey T. Sams, Bardstown, to Christopher Michael and Betty Suzanne Bridwell, Cox’s Creek, Lot 27 Nazareth Farms, Phase I, $254,900.

  • Mr. Bees Ribbon Cutting
  • Despite revenue loss, United Way still gets aid to local agencies

    The Nelson County United Way finished its allocations process  Monday. After the Allocations Committee determined how last year’s funding was spent including how 2012’s grants would be used, food, medicine and shelter were the board’s top priorities.

    The Nelson County United Way granted $200,000 to 20 agencies despite a 13 percent drop in revenue. According to Acting Executive Director Kenny Fogle, most agencies will see a reduction from last year.