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Manufacturing plant in Elizabethtown adding 300 jobs

Metalsa says it needs more workers at its Elizabethtown plant

UI claims, manufacturing, tourism and other state updates

Updates on other issues also provided.

Student’s own experience helped launch KCTCS training program

The system also has more than 200 business partners who offer work and learn experiences

From yaks to timber, farm and manufacturing share their links

Stories illustrate the diversity of Eastern Kentucky's farm, industry landscape

Farm outlets say coronavirus has helped in some ways

Conference discusses links between agriculture,

State lost almost 300,000 jobs in April, 82,000 in hospitality: Report

Not surprisingly given the height of the coronavirus-related shutdown, Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary April 2020 unemployment rate was 15.4 percent.

Governor outlines timeline for churches, salons, horse racing, and more to reopen

Governor Andy Beshear unveiled Wednesday the most specific timeline yet for reopening a variety of businesses. 

Hyster-Yale breaks ground on $25.7 million expansion

The plant shipped over 100,000 forklifts worldwide in 2018.  

Manufacturing jobs are in demand; Man changes career to join the industry

Employers say manufacturing jobs are on the rise in Kentucky and they don't expect the growth to slow down.

Ivanka Trump coming to Kentucky on Thursday

Ivanka Trump is coming back to Kentucky.

Man shot multiple times by Kentucky wildlife officer

MORGANTOWN, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky State Police say a wildlife officer has shot and critically wounded a man while responding to the scene of...

$80 million Toyota Engineering Center opens in Georgetown

After years of construction, Toyota unveiled their brand new engineering headquarters in Georgetown Monday morning.

Mayor: Somerset in Running for New Manufacturing Plant

A big economic boon could be on the way for a town in Pulaski County.

Bevin traveling to Germany, France, Belgium this week

Gov. Matt Bevin is traveling to Germany, France and Belgium this week as part of his first overseas trip as governor.

Workforce training initiative adds chapter in NE Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin says a workforce training initiative has expanded into northeastern Kentucky.

Forklift manufacturer to expand in Lexington

The state says forklift manufacturer CLARK Material Handling is relocating two of its production lines to Fayette County. It says the $4.8 million investment means 30 new, full-time jobs for Lexington.

Tobacco manufacturer expanding in Kentucky

Kentucky officials say a company that manufactures tobacco products is investing more than $3 million in its Owensboro facility.

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