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Working Together

Publishing companies coordinate efforts to help fellow neighbors in Eastern Kentucky

By Mary Beth Sallee
Jobe Publishing

“The media has a responsibility. Working together, we can use our outreach abilities to get people the information they need and, more importantly, the help they need.”

Those words, spoken by Owner and Publisher Jeff Jobe of Jobe Publishing, Inc., are proving to be true.

Jobe has partnered with his friend Jay Nolan, CEO and Owner of J. Frank Publishing, Inc., to coordinate the distribution of much needed items to those in Eastern Kentucky who have been affected by the flood.

Bottled water and cleaning supplies can be dropped off at any of the eight Jobe Publishing newspaper offices. Jobe and his employees will ensure that those items are transported to Eastern Kentucky.

Nolan and a local basketball team will see that the supplies are then distributed to those in need.

“Wherever one may live in Kentucky, we’re all neighbors,” Jobe said.

For more information, and schedule drop off for water or cleaning supplies contact any of the following Jobe Publishing newspaper offices.

Russell Springs
The Times Journal
120 Wilson St.
Russell Springs, KY 42749

The Barren County Progress
101 N. Public Square
Glasgow, KY 42141

The Citizen-Times
166 E. Main St.
Scottsville, KY 42164

The Butler County Banner/Green River Republican
109 E. Ohio St.
Morgantown, KY 42261

Horse Cave
The Hart County News-Herald
570 S. Dixie St.
Horse Cave, KY 42749

The Herald News
116 S. Main St.
Edmonton, KY 42129

Edmonson News
107 E. Main Cross Street
Brownsville, KY 42210

Cumberland County News
412 Courthouse Square
Burkesville, KY 42717

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