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Employees laid off at GenCanna; Company responds

It's been a bad fall for industrial hemp company GenCanna in Winchester.

Richmond-based aid agency prepares to layoff half its staff

Kentucky River Foothills Development Council is prepared to cut staff in the event it does not get a grant it needs to fund the Head Start program.

KSU to eliminate positions in cost-cutting move

Kentucky State University on Monday announced layoffs and position eliminations to potentially save $2.3 million in salary and benefit costs.

Alpha Natural Resources to close last Kentucky mine

An Alpha Natural Resources spokesman says the company plans to lay off 117 people when it shuts down a Kentucky coal mine in November.

Murray Energy seeks to layoff thousands in 6 states

Giant coal producer Murray Energy has issued notices that it could lay off up to 4,400 coal mine workers in six states come September.

Coal layoffs loom for Murray Energy

Coal giant, Murray Energy, issued notices to 4,400 employees giving them a heads up that their jobs could be on the line this September.

At least 30 to be laid off from UK’s College of Arts & Sciences

At least 30 staff members at the University of Kentucky's College of Arts and Sciences will be laid off, according to a UK spokesperson.

Jefferson Co. Schools eliminates 25 jobs from central office

More than two dozen Jefferson County Public Schools employees who work in the district's central offices have been informed that their positions have been eliminated to save money.

Lockheed Martin Laying Off 110 Workers In Lexington

About 110 jobs are disappearing from the Lockheed Martin operation at Bluegrass Station in Fayette County.

Kentucky’s Largest Health System May Lay Off Employees

KentuckyOneHealth, which employs around 15,000 people and includes Lexington's St. Joseph's Hospital and St. Joseph East, may need to cut its workforce due to a $218 million debt.

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