Thursday, September 6, 2018

Oh, Kentucky

Good jobs news from Glasgow.

IGA and Kroger (along with a bunch of other workplaces) will be going head to head for employees at a hiring fair in West Liberty next week.

Opening in Fort Mitchell. Closing in Owensboro. Coming back in Madisonville. Came back in Beattyville.

I am tempted to enroll as a nontraditional, commuter student at Hazard Community and Technical College just to give this cool-looking CDL simulator a spin.

The nation's highest-paid state CIO is the one in Frankfort, per Lexington's Council on State Governments, reports Louisville's Courier-Journal.

Essential Hendersonian Douglas White weighs in with a typically outstanding update on the back and forth on the former Player's Club golf course.

The horse-racing track that Churchill Downs and Keeneland are planning to open in Oak Grove has moved a step closer toward a projected 2020 opening.

Heavenly Treasures shared in Washington County and beyond.

The alleged Nancy apple bandits have been apprehended.

1 comment:

  1. The CIO salary story is odd. That's an amazingly huge pay increase.