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Gov. Closes All Dine in Eating and Bars in Kentucky

Plus new information about what the state’s plan is to help those financially impacted as well as new information about daycare centers in KY. Thanks for watching, please take the time to support these updates by sharing and subscribing to our youtube channel while you watch this content.

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This week on SCKY: Local Officials on the Corona Virus

Local healthcare officials, including TJ Samson Regional Health, Dr. Chuck Thornbury Jr M.D. as well as an area school board official Chad Mullencamp from Glasgow Independent Schools, provide the latest information on what step have been taken and weigh in on the Corona Virus outbreak underway in our region. We have all the school closing…

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AtCorr to Create 31 Jobs with Glasgow Expansion

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 27, 2020)  AtCorr Packaging Products, LLC, a manufacturer of corrugated shipping products, intends to create 31 full-time jobs in Barren County with an investment of more than $780,000. The announcement adds to a wave of recent job creation in Central Kentucky and across the commonwealth. “Today has been an incredible day of…

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Skeletal Remains Found in Hardyville

By Mary Beth Sallee News-Herald Reporter marybeth@jpinews.com An investigation is underway after skeletal remains were discovered in Hart County on Sunday, February 23. According to reports, the Kentucky State Police Post 3 was contacted in regards to human remains discovered in a field near the 1100 block of North Nelson Road in the Hardyville area.…

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MISSING JUVENILE

February 5, 2020 – Metcalfe County Social Services is needing your help locating a missing Juvenile. They are looking to locate Abram Clover Name: Abram Clover Age: 15 Height: 5’9” Weight: 136 lbs. Race: White Eyes: Blue Hair Color: Blonde or Strawberry Blonde Hair Length: Above Ear Build: Slim Last Seen:Jan 18, 2020 Mr. Clover…

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Northern Ky Town Awarded Grant For Amphitheater

According to a report from the Associated Press, Gov. Andy Beshear and Department for Local Government Commissioner Dennis Keene announced the funding on Monday for the cities of Wilder, Dayton, Covington and Bromley.   The town of Wilder, KY was awarded $250,000 to build a community amphitheater because city residents have expressed interest in a…

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A Closer Look as LSC’s Closing Announcement Continues to Stun Glasgow

LSC/RR Donnelly and Sons The Big Green Machine lives on in us A Jobe Exclusive “Since the announcement of the termination of LSC’s merger agreement with Quad/Graphics in July 2019, LSC will have closed a total of eight facilities…reduced its workforce by approximately 2,500 employees.” This was part of the statement from Thomas Quinlan, CEO…

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