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Business

  • Kentucky Hospital Association and March of Dimes recognize HMH

    In 2012, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services launched the Partnership for Patients’ Hospital Engagement Network.  
    Through that program and a partnership between the Anthem Foundation and the Kentucky Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, Inc. (KIPSQ), a nonprofit subsidiary of the Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA), many Kentucky birthing hospitals joined together to reduce non-medically indicated deliveries before 39 weeks.   

  • Hospice of the Bluegrass-Cynthiana receives prestigious national award

    For the third year in a row, Hospice of the Bluegrass - Cynthiana has been named a 2015 Hospice Honors recipient by Deyta, an industry leader in data-driven management. Hospice Honors is a prestigious program that recognizes hospices providing the highest level of satisfaction as measured from the caregiver’s point of view.
    “This is the third year that we are presenting this award to top performers, and it’s very rewarding to recognize their hard work and commitment to improving care,” said Kevin Porter, Senior Vice President of Deyta Analytics.

  • Kentucky Crushed Stone Association elects new officers

    Bryce Walker, The Walker Company, Mt. Sterling, Ky., was elected Chairperson of the Board of the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA) at the group’s recent annual business meeting. Walker succeeds Mike Law.
    Chosen to serve with Walker were: Vice-Chairperson, Jason Gabbard, The Allen Company, Lexington, Ky. and Treasurer, Kevin Holloway, Quality Stone and Ready Mix, Inc., Shepherdsville, Ky.

  • Florence completes constable training

    Darrell Florence, Harrison County Constable, District 8, recently attended the Kentucky Constable Academy and State Conference.

  • Hair House moves to new location on East Pike Street

    Bonnie Kellione Flanery has relocated her Hair House business from Pike County to 114 E. Pike St.
    Her Pike County Hair House was in business since 1980. However, when her sons, Mark and Roger Kellione moved to Harrison County, she soon followed with her daughter, Kassandra Norman and her growing family.
    Norman works as a master stylist in the shop and will be joined by her brother, Jason, after he graduates from Lexington Salon Professional Academy.

  • Hampton’s in at family business

    Cynthiana son Brent Hampton has made a name for himself -- from his glory days on the Hilltop, playing football and baseball, to playing college football at Eastern Kentucky University and on to excellence as a college basketball official.
    Now, Hampton, 38, is coming back to his hometown and the family business with experience and a passion for Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    Hampton will be the newest addition to the Palmer Hampton Agency where he will be an insurance producer/agent.

  • HMH Auxiliary awards
  • Driver improvement course for seniors to feature safety, new technology tips

    The Harrison County Homemakers in conjunction with AAA auto club and the Kentucky State Government is presenting the annual program open to all drivers in Kentucky 55 and over.
    This is a four+ hour driver improvement course targeted for seniors. Kendra Wilson, a State Trooper, will present the class via a DVD involving real life situations. This class will include, but will not be limited to the following:
    • Driving tips.
    • Up to date driving techniques.

  • Kentucky Bancshares earnings report

    Kentucky Bancshares, Inc., announces the continued balance sheet growth for Kentucky Bancshares, Inc. for the period ending March 31, 2015. Total assets were $856.5 million as of March 31, 2015 compared to $782.7 million as of March 31, 2014 reflecting growth of 9.4 percent. Year to date net income was $1.52 million for the period ended March 31, 2015 compared to $1.77 million for the period ending March 31, 2014.

  • Food Pantry Donation