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Business

  • Appliance rebate program under way

    Local merchants say anyone interested in a government rebate on the purchase of an appliance must act now, because the money is quickly running out. “It’s not even noon, and already 15 percent of the money has been spent,” Kenn

  • After 53 years, Moores have sold their last tractor

    You may have noticed the for-sale sign in front of one of Shelby County’s venerable farm equipment businesses.

    Moore’s Tractor, which has been operating on U.S. 60 west of Shelbyville for the past 53 years, has closed, and the property is in the process of being sold.

    Bill Moore, the man who founded the business and operated it with his family, said he decided last year to close down and put the property up for sale.

  • Business Briefcase June 4, 2010

     Realtor Kiser earns certification

  • New business: Living Green Curbside Recycling

    Phone number: 502-321-3834

    Hours: daily

    E-mail: info@LG-REC.com

    Web address: www.LG-REC.com

  • Finding money for college

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  • New Kroger is on the way

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  • Business Briefcase: May 28, 2010

     Masonic Home honored in national survey

    Masonic Home of Shelbyville received My InnerView’s Excellence in Action award, a national honor recognizing Masonic Home’s commitment to superior customer and workforce satisfaction.  

  • Business briefcase: May 21, 2010

     Veterinarian Way joins practice

    Jennifer Reese Way, D.V.M., joined Jon W. Kresin, D.V.M. at Kresin Veterinary Clinic. Her practice will include farm animals as well as companion animals.

    Dr. Way is a Shelby County native, graduating from Shelby County High School in 2002. After graduating from the University of Kentucky in 2006 with a degree in animal science she attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University and graduated Magna Cum Laude.

  • Business Q&A: Harriet Massey

    In 1985, Harriet Massey left her job as a home economics teacher at Jefferson County middle schools and opened the Needle Nest in Shelbyville. The store, at 702 Washington Street, on Saturday had a day of celebration, with more than 100 people visiting the store. Massey is a 35-year resident of Shelbyville, and she and her husband have two sons and three grandchildren in California. She talked recently with The Sentinel-News about her shop.

     

  • EARLIER: Buckhorn to shut down in December

    In just more than two months, 88 more jobs will be lost in Shelby County.

    Buckhorn, Inc., an Akron-Ohio based plastics company that is part of Myers Industries, has announced it will be closing its doors by mid-December.

    In a letter to Mayor Tom Hardesty's office on Monday, Buckhorn Plant Manager John Patton said the permanent closing is "due to asset and product line consolidations within its businesses based on strategic goals and purposes."