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Business

  • PHOTO: Kettig Medical hosts ribbon cutting

    Kettig Medical Equipment and Supplies, located at 206A Taylorsville Road, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday celebrating its accreditation. Owners John Kettig and Toi Grenzhaelser cut the ribbon with partners Jeff and Yvonne Ross. Bob and Diane Willard of Taylorsville, the store’s first customers, were also present, along with local government and business leaders. Kettig Medical is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 502-354-9400.

  • PHOTO: Settlers Trace Lakeside opens today

    In anticipation of today’s opening, Settlers Trace Lakeside hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday afternoon. Pictured, front and center, is owner Javan Montgomery. General Manager Debbie Stafford is pictured in the center of the second row, surrounded by employees and local government and business leaders. Settlers Trace Lakeside, 25 Overlook Road, opens today and business hours are 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. The store will close at 8 p.m. during winter months. A grand opening celebration is planned for Saturday, Sept. 10. For more information, call 477-SWIM (7946).

  • PHOTO: Kibble Kart hosts ribbon cutting

    The Kibble Kart hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. Pictured, in the center, are Steve and Melissa Baralt, owners, along with local elected officials and business leaders. The Kibble Kart is primarily a delivery dog and cat food service, but is also open the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the old fire station next to Elk Creek Grocery. For more information, visit www.kibblekart.com or call 502-526-5480.

  • Gettinger named to Berea College dean’s list

    Taylorsville resident Anna Gettinger has been named to the Spring 2011 Berea College dean’s list. A student who earns a grade point average of 3.2 or higher for a minimum course load equivalent to 16 semester hours is named to the list.

  • Snider joins local practice

    The Taylorsville dental office of Strong and Strong is pleased to announced that Dr. John M. Snider Jr. has joined the practice.

  • PHOTO: Best of Kentucky Homes celebrates with ribbon cutting

    Best of Kentucky Homes held its ceremonial ribbon cutting Thursday to celebrate opening a new Spencer County office.

    Based in Louisville, the real estate agency now also has an office at 4897 Taylorsville Road next to Elk Creek Grocery.

    Pictured are Patty Maupin, front row, second from left, who is the principal broker, realtor and auctioneer; Paula Seebold, front row, third from left, who is the office manager; local dignitaries; and members of the Chamber of Commerce and business community.

  • Robert Yates Real Estate adds new agent

    Thomas J. Cannon, of Jeffersontown, recently joined Robert Yates Real Estate.
    Cannon, a practicing attorney, is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Louisville.
    Cannon is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and has served two overseas tours of duty.
    He can be reached by phone at 585-8864.

  • AutoZone open for business

    AutoZone is now open for business.

  • Business expansion draws questions

    A permit error has left one prominent local business owner’s building on Reasor Avenue possibly spilling onto city property near the street.

    For several months, some local government agencies have debated if Mic-Zee’s Ice owner Mike Driscoll legally constructed an addition at his ice house on 313 Reasor Avenue. Driscoll – who also owns O’Driscoll’s Spirits and Mic-Zee’s Car Wash – said the addition is being used for loading and unloading ice machines and it is not a docking station for trucks.

  • Resident recognized for work

    Recently, Spencer County resident Margaret Miles, pictured third from left, was recognized at the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet’s Employee Suggestion System Awards. The ceremony was hosted at the Governor’s Mansion in Frankfort.

    Also pictured are Cabinet Secretary Mike Brown, cabinet employee Brian Kiser and First Lady Jane Beshear.