• TRH now offering the latest in bone health assessment

    Taylor Regional Hospital has expanded its health and wellness services available to men and women with the addition of the Discovery QDR bone densitometry system from Hologic.
    Osteoporosis is a growing health care crisis affecting millions of women and men worldwide.
    The health care costs associated with osteoporosis are staggering, and the effect on a patient’s quality of life can be devastating.

  • Trendsetters relocates to Nancy Cox Drive

    Trendsetters Consignment, owned by Krystal Burton, has relocated to 109 Nancy Cox Drive, behind A Cut Above Salon.
    “I am very excited about the relocation and expansion and invite all of the community to visit the new store,” Burton said.
    Trendsetters Consignment has been serving the community for more than six years. The store offers a wide variety of consignment items from newborn to young adult and maternity clothes. Non-clothing items include various baby care products such as walkers, highchairs, car seats, cribs, baby bedding and more.

  • Goody’s supporting troops with fashion

    Goody’s is offering shoppers a fashionable way to show their patriotic spirit this Fourth of July.
    When customers purchase one of Goody’s American flag-themed reusable shopping totes, all proceeds go directly to Operation Homefront, a national organization providing emergency assistance and other vital support to the families of U.S. soldiers.
    Making it an even bigger win-win, Goody’s is giving every shopper who purchases the tote a $5 Bounce Back Reward good on any $25 purchase.

  • The Adanta Group awarded three-year CARF accreditation

    CARF International recently announced that The Adanta Group has been accredited for a period of three years for several of its treatment services.
    Services that have received accreditation are outpatient treatment services for mental health for adults, children and adolescents, outpatient treatment for alcohol and other drugs/addictions for adults, children and adolescents, crisis stabilization services for mental health for children and adolescents, out-of-home treatment for mental health for children and adolescents and community housing for integrated DD/MH for adults.

  • Crop report deadline is July 15

    The Taylor County Farm Service Agency reminds farmers that Friday, July 15 is the final day to file an acreage report for crops, including CRP, except for small grain and value-loss crops.
    Crop reports are required for eligibility for certain USDA farm programs.
    For more information, call 465-4651 Ext. 2.

  • Goodwill job placements near 2010 figure in first seven months of fiscal year 2011

    Goodwill Industries of Kentucky placed 1,654 people in jobs in the first seven months of fiscal year 2011, just three shy of the total number of placements the organization achieved in the year 2010.
    The job creation, training and placement agency for Kentuckians with disabilities or other barriers to employment also paid out $9,222,566 in mission-related wages from September 2010 through April 2011, slightly up from 2010.

  • Taylor Regional Hospital hosts health fair

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted its annual community health fair on Saturday, June 11 at Taylor County Middle School. About 1,000 people attended, with 600 receiving discounted lab testing. There were also more than 50 vendors providing health-related information.

  • CKNJ has a new frugal living blogger

    The Central Kentucky News-Journal has a new blogger.
    CKNJ Assistant Production Supervisor Becky McCorvey will write about frugal living tips and share her couponing/money saving adventures with readers. McCorvey has been dubbed the “Coupon Queen” of the CKNJ by some of her fellow employees.

  • AT&T invests in Kentucky mobile broadband network

    AT&T and Gov. Steve Beshear recently announced that the company has invested more than $525 million in its Kentucky wireline and wireless networks over the past three years.
    The company will continue to invest in network enhancements as part of AT&T’s planned $19 billion nationwide investment in 2011. This will support plans to enable 4G speeds over a growing portion of the country starting this year along with the launch of LTE beginning mid-year.

  • BBB warns: Watch for calls, invoices from Universal Adcom

    The Better Business Bureau suggests consumers be wary of the company Universal Adcom. Sometimes operating under the business names Hometown Productions and Premier Maps, the company has nearly 400 complaints against it.
    Many of these complaints have been categorized as “serious” by BBB. It should also be mentioned that the majority of complaints to the BBB report multiple complaint issues.