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State official talks to chamber about Work Ready Communities program

Whitley, Laurel and Knox counties are all three currently considered “Work Ready In-Progress” communities on the cusp of reaching fully certified status, according to a state economic development official who spoke to members of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Tuesday....

Grace Community Health dedicates new women’s healthcare center

Grace Community Health officials joined with local and regional dignitaries Thursday, including Congressman Hal Rogers, to cut the ribbon on the new women’s healthcare center in Corbin. The 19,000 square-foot facility is located in the Forest Hills Shopping Center on Cumberland...

Stivers to chambers of commerce: Kentucky has ‘best economy in 30 years’

Touting the “best economy in 30 years,” Kentucky Senate President Roberts Stivers told two local chambers of commerce Tuesday that the 2019 legislative session will be a time to spur even more growth through effective policymaking. Stivers was the featured speaker for a joint...

KY Senate President Robert Stivers to speak at Chamber of Commerce luncheon

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers will talk about the 2019 legislative session of the General Assembly, and changes to state worker’s compensation rules, next Tuesday at the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon. Stivers (R-Manchester) has been...

Afghanistan war, congressional spending among topics addressed by Rand Paul at chamber luncheon

The war in Afghanistan has gone on too long. Congress spends too much money. Things aren’t as bad as they seem. Those are just three of the familiar themes U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) touched on Tuesday during a tight, breezy speech at the Southern Kentucky Chamber of...

Cyber security experts sound warnings at chamber luncheon

There are two kinds of computer networks in the world. There are those that have been attacked by cyber criminals and those that will be attacked by cyber criminals. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 11 Jul 2018

UC bucking higher education trend with growing enrollment

Growth in online enrollment has been key to growth at the University of the Cumberlands. “As you know, enrollment is the life blood to any institution. It is the revenue we generate to operate. State institutions go on the state budget and enrollment. We all know how that is...
Posted On 11 Apr 2018

Harrison talks past, present, future at chamber luncheon

Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison spoke about the past, present and future during an address to the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon Tuesday. Harrison said that the biggest thing currently going on in Williamsburg is planning for the city’s...
Posted On 14 Mar 2018

Baptist Health COO encourages early cancer screenings

Several forms of cancer are treatable particularly when they are caught early, and regular, early screenings are the best way to do that. This was the crux of the message that Baptist Health COO Anthony Powers delivered to the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce during its...
Posted On 13 Sep 2017

Rogers discusses area’s economic future during address to chambers of commerce

Efforts to reclaim abandoned mine lands, spur economic development, and to bring high-speed, high capacity broadband Internet to the region were among the topics U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers covered as the keynote speaker for the first ever Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the...
Posted On 23 Aug 2017
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