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Braidy Industries to create 550 jobs with $1.3B aluminum rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky
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Braidy Industries to create 550 jobs with $1.3B aluminum rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky

The announcement marks a turning point in bringing economic vitality to Eastern Kentucky

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April 2017
One-On-One: Billions in Construction at UK Leading to Improved Education Outcomes

One-On-One: Billions in Construction at UK Leading to Improved Education Outcomes

President Eli Capilouto touts school’s rising graduation rates; says degrees remain a good investment for students
Exploring Kentucky | Hindman Settlement School preserves, celebrates mountain culture

Exploring Kentucky | Hindman Settlement School preserves, celebrates mountain culture

Settlement schools are social reform institutions begun in rural Appalachia in the early 20th century to educate mountain children and to improve their isolated rural communities. Hindman Settlement School was the first.
Amazon Fulfills Kentucky’s Goal to Be World’s Logistics Leader

Amazon Fulfills Kentucky’s Goal to Be World’s Logistics Leader

Fulfillment kingpin’s decision to put $1.5 billion Prime Air hub at CVG could shift retail industry’s center of gravity
Women Wear Hard Hats Too

Women Wear Hard Hats Too

Construction remains mostly male, but female worker and manager ranks are a rising trend
Convention Facilities | Construction Will Keep Visitor Cash Flow Strong

Convention Facilities | Construction Will Keep Visitor Cash Flow Strong

Louisville and Lexington CVBs in midst of major facilities expansions; Northern Kentucky laying its plans
Lake Cumberland Tourism at Full Pool

Lake Cumberland Tourism at Full Pool

Region expects another high water mark for visitor numbers and spending in 2017
Real Estate | Home Sales Are Breaking New Ground

Real Estate | Home Sales Are Breaking New Ground

With residential real estate finally back above pre-recession levels, demand for new construction builds
Kentucky Crafted: The Market is Artful Business

Kentucky Crafted: The Market is Artful Business

Lydia Bailey Brown, Kentucky Arts Council executive director, sat down with The Market’s producer and one of the agency’s senior leaders, Chris Cathers, for a discussion about The Market’s distinct position in Kentucky business.