Boyd group seeks Trail Town status

CANNONSBURG, Ky. — The new Boyd County Tourism and Economic Development group has placed efforts to turn Cannonsburg into a “Trail Town” at the forefront of its vision to rejuvenate the local economy. Kentucky Trail Town status is a tool for...
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Ky. Power launches new online info map

ASHLAND, Ky. – Kentucky Power customers now have access to a new, interactive map that provides more detailed information about power outages. Kentucky Power’s new outage mapping tool makes it easier for customers to search for or report a power...
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Performance Feeds to relocate facility

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Matt Bevin has announced Performance Feeds LLC, a manufacturer of nutritional feed products for cattle, will relocate its primary production facility from Tennessee to Bowling Green with a nearly $2.3 million investment...
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Tyson Chicken to expand operations

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Matt Bevin has announced Tyson Chicken Inc., a subsidiary of Tyson Foods Inc., will expand its Henderson County operation with a $13.5 million project expected to create 66 jobs. “Tyson is once again proving its strong...
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Alliance President’s Report – Dec. 16, 2016

One week from Christmas…  I hope everyone is ready to spend the holidays with their families.  This season there has been a renewed awareness of our local shops and stores and their unique offerings of gifts.  Our partnership with Ashland in...
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Gill new economic development secretary

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin has announced the appointment of Terry R. Gill, Jr. as Secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development. The Cabinet is the primary state agency responsible for encouraging new jobs and investment in...
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Angel Investment 2017 tax credit apps start

FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Angel Investment Act Program saw resounding success once again in 2016, boasting more than $7.2 million in investments leveraged for startups and small business in the Commonwealth. The program has started accepting...
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Greenup water plant plans move forward

GREENUP, Ky. — Best-case preliminary estimates are that a new water plant in Greenup can be operational in about three years, according to Mayor Lundie Meadows. Preliminary engineering work should be complete six to nine months from now, and at...
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Alliance President’s Report – Dec. 9, 2016

Sitting here watching the first snowflakes of the season, it is hard not to feel the holidays.  Last night Bellefonte Centre and Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital hosted one of our largest Business After Hours of the year.  Our Young Professional...
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Kentucky chamber talks right-to-work

ASHLAND, Ky. — Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Dave Adkisson on Wednesday said “two earthquakes” shook the state on Election night. The political tremors were the election of Donald Trump and the resounding flip of the state House of...
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