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Business

  • HMH ranked 10th in Best Places to Work in Kentucky

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recognized and honored at the Best Places to Work in Kentucky Eighth annual Awards Dinner on April 19 at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky. The final rankings were announced at the event, and HMH ranked number 10 out of 37 in the large business category section.
    “This award is a wonderful honor for HMH,” says Dr. Frank McKemie, Chairman of HMH Board of Directors. “It is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of all our hospital employees.”    

  • Promotion
  • Curves to give away 30-day memberships during National Women’s Health Week

  • Town and Village School of Dance

    Town and Village School of Dance’s honor company and apprentices had another successful competition season.  
    The honor company is comprised of Town and Village students who are chosen each year through an audition process and faculty evaluation.  
    Apprentices are younger dancers, chosen in the same manner, who are beginning to learn about being in honor company.  

  • WURTZ

    Army National Guard Pfc. Kyle J. Wurtz has graduated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.

  • Kiwanis
  • Curves’ food drive brings in 1,307 pounds for local Food Pantry

    Curves of Cynthiana announced that the 2012 14th annual food drive brought in 1,307 pounds of nonperishable food items, which will benefit the Cynthiana-Harrison County Food Bank.
    Worldwide, Curves members have donated more than 66 million pounds of food since 2004.

  • Next Kentucky Life celebrates Earth Day

    The next edition of Kentucky Life celebrates Earth Day across the state. Host Dave Shuffett helps net and band songbirds in Red River Gorge, explores up close the modern trend of urban beekeeping in Louisville, pitches in to help out across the state during Commonwealth Cleanup, and more. The program airs Saturday, April 21 at 8/7 p.m. CT and Sunday, April 22 at 3:30/2:30 p.m. CT on KET.

  • It’s all about Kentucky, now airing 24 hours a day

    The Kentucky Channel - now airing 24 hours a day, seven days a week - features programming by, for, and about Kentuckians. Digital broadcast is available statewide, with growing cable delivery. Here’s just some of what you’ll find:
    •Extensive live coverage of the Kentucky General Assembly; Arts, history, health, music, and documentary programs; Encore presentations of Kentucky programming; Programs from independent producers; Overnight block feeds of instructional and professional development programming for recording by P-12 Kentucky schools.

  • Hearing loss causes vary; facts you should know

    (ARA) - When it comes to our health, many Americans have two realities: what we know and what we think we know. When what we think we know is less than accurate, it can be as harmful to our health as the things we don’t know at all. Perceptions about hearing loss are a good example of this phenomenon.