Category - January 2009

State

A recent study released by the University of Kentucky reports that the Kentucky Proud program, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s “buy local” initiative...

Winchester

East Kentucky Power Cooperative has been awarded a permit from the Kentucky Division of Air Quality for two new generating units at the J.K. Smith Station in...

Williamsburg

Computer Services Corporation (CSC) has laid off 80 workers from its U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Records Digitization Facility in Williamsburg...

Versailles

Kentucky Community and Technical College System President Dr. Michael McCall has declined a salary increase and bonus as part of his 2009 compensation package...

Somerset

After nearly a decade of effort, Lake Cumberland Regional Airport – formerly Somerset-Pulaski Airport – is now offering commuter air service.  Air Azul, a...

Shepherdsville

Medline Industries, Inc., the nation’s largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, has opened new 400,260-s.f. distribution...

Owensboro

West Irving Die has closed its automotive parts plants in Owensboro, Ky., and Sandwich, Ill., another casualty of the struggling automotive industry. The...

Murray

Kiplinger magazine has recognized Murray State University for the fourth consecutive year as one of the top 100 best values among public universities across...

Mayfield

Ten salaried employees have been laid off from the Pilgrim’s Pride chicken processing plant in Mayfield as the Texas company works to trim costs as part of its...

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