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  • Crittenden company has grand re-opening ceremony

    Wolf Steel USA, a manufacturer of stoves and fireplaces in Crittenden, held their grand re-opening ceremonies Friday, Dec. 10, to celebrate the completion of their latest expansion project. The expansion consists of 69,000 square-feet that was added to the company’s existing 39,000 square-foot facility. It encompasses increased warehousing, distribution and manufacturing space.

  • Howe named loan officer

    Boston C. Howe, a Dry Ridge native, has been named a loan officer with Central Kentucky Ag Credit and will work with the Ag Credit lending team at the Lexington Branch.   
    He has a rich background in farming and livestock sales. He worked with S&B Cattle Co. at Bluegrass Stock Yards in Lexington prior to being named an Ag Credit Loan Officer.
    Howe grew up on the family farm in Grant County, which consists of 120 acres. The primary farm enterprise consists of a cow-calf operation and production of alfalfa hay for livestock consumption.  

  • Estate planning mistakes can be costly

    Having an effective estate plan is one of the most important things you can do for your family. The following are the five most important documents for estate planning.
    1. Will. A will simply provides instructions for distributing your assets to your family and other beneficiaries upon your death. Your attorney can customize its provisions to meet your needs. You appoint a personal representative (also known as an “executor”) to distribute your assets

  • Dry Ridge Post Office to open January 2011

    The new Dry Ridge Post Office is nearing completion with a planned January 2011 opening.

    Construction on the $1 million facility on 1.4 acres of land at the corner of Brentwood Drive and U.S. 25 began this summer.

  • Helping Hands open Dec. 24

    Last Thursday’s snowfall caused problems for more than just motorists.

    The inclement weather forced Helping Hands to cancel the mobile Helping Hands/Freestore Food Bank Food day.

    The good news is that Helping Hands, Barnes Road in Williamstown, will be open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 23 and 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, Dec. 24.

  • Shipp joins Fort Mitchell law firm

    Jeff Shipp has joined the law firm of Wallace Boggs PLLC in Fort Mitchell.
    Shipp, a native of Grant County and the city attorney for Williamstown, previously was an equity partner at Kohnen and Patton since 1987.
    “Myself and Scott Best felt it was a better decision to stay on this side of the river where we were close to the people we serve,” Shipp said of his decision not to move with Kohnen and Patton when the firm consolidated into an Ohio-based law firm.

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