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Business

  • Coppock NCAA pool winner

    Jeff Durham, left, was the winner of the Holland Heritage Grill in the Coppock Electronics NCAA bracket promotion. Betty Holt, right, was runner-up and winner of a Coppock Appliance $50 gift certificate. Employees J.D. Antle and Judy Willems are also pictured

  • National Healthcare Decisions Day at TRH

    Jon Hieneman, local attorney, presented a program on advance directives on April 16 at Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • Lee joins Veanna's Salon

    Donna Lee recently joined the staff of Veanna's Salon, 210 Nancy Cox Drive, as a nail technician.

    Lee is a graduate of Trendsetter's located in Elizabethtown. She specializes in manicures, pedicures, acrylics, gels and silk wraps.

  • Cusumano receives national recognition as AAPA Distinguished Fellow

    Charles Cusumano of Campbellsville has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

    He practices at Crossroads Family Medicine and has been a physician assistant for 33 years.

    He is employed by Dr. Jerome Dixon and has worked with Dixon for the past 15 1/2 years.

    Cusumano earned the recognition due to his outstanding contributions to patient care and the profession during his years as a physician assistant. He also demonstrated significant dedication and involvement in the community.

  • Throat therapy allows patients to swallow

    Suffering from a swallowing disorder is not a fun way to live. Right now, though, an estimated 15 million Americans who suffer from common health problems like a stroke, cancer or Parkinson's disease will also suffer a common side effect of dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing.

  • Crain is certified as 2nd degree in REIKI

    Chief instructor and owner-operator of Crain's Taekwondo Academy Michael A. Crain received his second degree in REIKI, being attuned to the Usui system of natural healing in accordance with the Usui Shiki Ryoho Tradition.

    Crain was certified on Saturday, March 22 in Lexington, from Reiki Master Samara Anjelae.

    Crain's Taekwondo Academy is located at 117 S. Central Ave.

  • Forcht Bank names new board member

    Forcht Bank announced recently the selection of Fran Fuson to the group's board of directors.

    Fuson has been employed with Forcht Bank for more than 15 years and currently serves as the bank's chief credit officer, overseeing all lending functions for the bank. Before coming to Forcht Bank, Fuson worked as a national bank examiner with the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Birmingham.

    Fuson, a native of Williamsburg now living in Lexington, is a graduate of the University of the Cumberlands and the Graduate School of Commercial Lending at the University of Oklahoma.

  • Auxiliary volunteers recognized

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted an appreciation luncheon for Auxiliary volunteers on April 1. Jane Wheatley, CEO, spoke to the group and recognized their commitment and contributions to Taylor Regional Hospital.

    With 56 workers, the Auxiliary gave 6,607.75 volunteer hours in 2007 to assist Taylor Regional Hospital by working at the information desk, surgery department, emergency department, radiology department, cancer center, greeting station and gift shop.

  • Nice and Pretty celebrates grand opening

    Nice "N" Pretty, 110 W. Main St., celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Monday, March 24.

    Nice "N" Pretty is owned and operated by Susan Herron. Product lines include replica Coach purses and wallets, name brand jewelry, famous name-brand body and face products, name-brand perfume such as Estee Lauder and Paris Hilton, and much more.

    Store hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 11:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.

  • Local company adds to Jersey skyline

    A 225-foot copper clock tower for the historic Hoboken Ferry Terminal in Hoboken, N.J., is finally being restored to its original place in the Hoboken skyline. The tower was fabricated in Kentucky by Campbellsville Industries, also called "The Steeple People."