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    Can Business School Save a Company?

    Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Blog, Rural Economic Development, Small Businesses | 0 comments

    Can Business School Save a Company?

    A family printing business in eastern Kentucky was struggling after coal’s decline. Then the CFO got sent to Babson.

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    Near Zero Energy Home Development unveiled in Whitley County

    Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Blog, Community Development Block Grant, Housing, Rural Economic Development | 0 comments

    Near Zero Energy Home Development unveiled in Whitley County

    As part of a demonstration project, Kentucky Highlands financed five innovative near zero energy homes in Whitley County, Kentucky

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    Rural Kentucky College Uses NMTCs to Address Region’s Shortage of Health Professionals

    Posted by on Jan 17, 2013 in New Markets Tax Credit, Rural Economic Development | 0 comments

    Rural Kentucky College Uses NMTCs to Address Region’s Shortage of Health Professionals

    Jobs Created: 50 construction, 102 permanent, student and work study employment The University of the Cumberlands is located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, a rural community nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The University spans approximately 70 acres and includes 34 buildings, including 2 sports field complexes. It has an enrollment of 2,169 students and provides many programs and services to the local community. In 2007, the University sought to improve its facilities, not only for its students, but also to improve...

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