• Cafe Bonin opens

    Cafe Bonin opened March 3 at 128 E. Main St. Owners Jeff and Marlene Richardson hope to fulfill a niche for a new and different dining experience offering breakfast starting at 6:30 a.m. and an expanded lunch menu of freshly prepared soups, sandwiches and salads along with daily specials, all with a Cajun flare.

    The cafe's namesake is Marlene's mother who was a Louisiana Cajun. Special event booking along with on- and off-site catering is also available. Whole cakes, pies and assorted cookies can be pre-ordered.

  • Transforming Edgez opens

    Transforming Edgez, 138 Campbellsville Bypass, Suite 3, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting. Local officials and Chamber of Commerce members celebrated the occasion on Friday, June 30 with the owner Lori Gregory.

  • D's Evolution opens

    D's Evolution Salon and Spa, 726 1/2 East Broadway, celebrated its grand opening recently. Owner Della Smith is a multicultural stylist who specializes in men's and women's haircuts, braids and weaves, and color. Smith has more than five years' experience and has worked at Planet Salon and Allure Salon and Spa in Lexington. D's Evolution will be open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12-8:30, for appointments.

  • Best Financial moves into new East Main home

    Best Financial moved into its new home in downtown Campbellsville at 325 East Main Street recently with a formal ribbon cutting and plenty of food and refreshments.

    Best Financial Manager Charity Turpin said, "The opening was terrific. The support we have received from the city and the chamber in moving to our new location has been great."

    Best Financial is a full-service finance company offering financial service for

    people needing quick cash. Best Financial is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • TRH cancer program re-certified by commission

    The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons has granted three-year approval with commendation to the cancer program at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • Community Trust Bank supports TRH walking track project

    Community Trust Bank recently presented Taylor Regional Hospital with a $5,000 check in support of the walking track project. Pictured, from left, are John Waldrop, Barry Pennington, Jane Wheatley, Jerry Russell, Ricky Sparkman, Barry Bertram and Dr. Salem George.

  • Farm Credit Services hires Williams as summer intern

    Farm Credit Services of Mid-America has announced the hiring of Tyler Williams as a summer intern.

    Williams will be working out of the Campbellsville FCS office. The FCS summer internship program is geared toward college sophomores and juniors who want to work hard while gaining valuable work experience.

    FCS provides interns with realistic on-the-job exposure in one of our offices located in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, or Tennessee. Interns work with staff to help market, sell and analyze financial products.

  • Ginter is tea consultant

    Mary Ginter of Campbellsville is a founding tea consultant for a national in-home tea party company.

    Tealightful Treasures has launched its 2008 customer guide, All Things Tealightful. For the fourth year in a row, independent tea consultants around the country share inspirations as they teach people the meaning and traditions surrounding the world's most popular beverage next to water.

    The tea industry is projected to reach $12 billion by the year 2012. Entrepreneur Magazine also recommended a home party business as one of the top 25 businesses to start in 2008.

  • CKNJ staffers win KPA advertising awards

    The Central Kentucky News-Journal advertising and composition staffs won two awards in the recent Kentucky Press Association 2008 Advertising Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers contest.

    Classified sales representative Kristie Campbell and graphic artist Wilma Abell won a second-place award for Best Classified Section/Page. Three issues from 2007 were judged on category layout, ad content and ease of readership.

    Judges said, "Nice bold easy-to-read section titles; special sections; nice category index on front page of sections."

  • TRH Home Health receives national recognition

    Taylor Regional Hospital's Home Health Agency has been honored as one of 2007's top providers in the nation, according to a recent annual review.

    The agency received a 2007 HOMECARE ELITE award, which is given to providers in the top 25 percent of all health care agencies across the nation.

    This review recognizes Medicare-certified agencies based on three categories of performance: quality of care, quality improvement and financial performance.