Kentucky State Treasury Newsroom - Archived Headlines
Below you will find a list of press releases that are more than 180 days old. To view a press release, click on the title.
- Treasure Hollenbach headed to Pike County with Treasure Finder’s
Thursday, September 05, 2013
Starting at 10 a.m. ET Thursday, September 26, 2013 Kentucky Treasurer Todd Hollenbach and Pike County Judge Executive Wayne T. Rutherford will direct a group of local volunteers at the Pike County Courthouse, 146 Main Street in Pikeville to search for the rightful owners of thousands of dollars’ worth of unclaimed property.
- Treasurer Hollenbach Returns Legacy to Family of Lt. Col. Roy H. Owsley
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Treasurer Todd Hollenbach today returned medals and other honors to the family of World War II veteran and Kentucky hero Lt. Col. Roy H. Owsley in a ceremony held at the State Capitol Rotunda posthumously honoring Owsley’s long career in service.
- Treasurer Hollenbach Helps Hundreds Find Treasure at Kentucky State Fair!
Monday, August 26, 2013
From unclaimed treasure of as much as $14-thousand in stock found by a surprised mother of three to a woman who jumped for joy at claiming $14 dollars for an unredeemed gift certificate, those are the kinds of success stories that came out of the Treasure Finders booth at the Kentucky State Fair this past week.
- Treasure Finders Ready for the Kentucky State Fair
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Booth in Main Street Kentucky to Feature Digital Search! Kentucky Treasurer Todd Hollenbach will have his Treasure Finders program in place for fairgoers and this year it’s “going green” to help you find some unclaimed green!
- Be a Treasure Finder and Beat the Heat With Some Cold Cash!
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
– If your last name is “Summer”, there are 978 properties you can search through in our database. We’ve also got 162 “Hot” properties, 256 that “Sweat” and 451 that are “Cool”!
- Treasurer Hollenbach Warns of Unclaimed Property Email Scam
Thursday, August 08, 2013
State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach is warning Kentuckians to be on guard against fraudulent emails alleging that they have unclaimed property