Central Kentucky was awarded a $5 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and Employment and Training Administration (ETA). The grant, called WIRED (Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development) will build programs and encourage investment to meet the needs of the changing workforce in Kentucky. Read more about growth in Central Kentucky in these stories featured in The News Enterprise.
Growth, leadership and new programs top the education news in the Heartland. Read more about it in stories featured in The News Enterprise.
Knox boss new chief of War College
Pawing toward progress
School growth steady, but BRAC surge is ahead
McKendree University to add Human Resources programs
New elementary school to be home of the Heartland
There are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities in Kentucky's Heartland. Read more about these featured activities and learn about the interesting people in your town who are making a difference in the community. These stories are featured in The News Enterprise and The Kentucky Standard.