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ASHLAND, Ky. – Braidy Industries announced today key hires and executive promotions as they progress plans for their flagship 300,000 ton-capacity aluminum rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky. Brigadier General Blaine Holt, USAF (Ret.) assumes the role of COO from his previous role as executive vice president of Operations and will continue to report to Braidy Industries CEO, Craig Bouchard. Holt will manage operations and logistics, including the War Room, and general oversight of the $1.3 billion flagship rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky.

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ASHLAND - Competition heats up the weekend following the Super Bowl as Ashland in Motion hosts The Gravy Bowl, Ashland’s first biscuit and gravy competition, and challenges the community to get their gravy in the game and see how it measures up on the playing field. The Gravy Bowl is scheduled for10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Saturday, Feb. 10, at Park Place, located at 1701 Central Avenue.

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President's Report

January 12, 2018

Bring It On! Each of you is probably waiting for the first significant snowfall of the year to happen or hopefully waking up with a cup of hot coffee in your hand. This is just reminder that winter is still the season and spring is still on the horizon. But, each day is getting longer, and it won’t be long before this too shall pass. This week was also one of transition as the new year has settled in a new normal. Our program, Youth Leadership is rolling along and held their Arts and Culture Day in Ashland. While many of the students from the seven school districts may have spent time in the Paramount Theater and Highlands Museum, they certainly hadn't had the behind-the-scenes view and interaction with the people that make it work. In addition, the class was lucky enough to go backstage of the Daily Independent for a view of what makes a paper run as well. All the sessions of this program build on knowledge and help prepare the next generation of leaders, workers, and business owners right here in Northeast Kentucky.