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May 26, 2022

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Second broadband workshop in Morehead attended by community leaders

Community leaders and elected officials from Southern and Eastern Kentucky attended the second “Broadband and Your Community Workshop 102: A Closer Look” on August 31st at the Morehead Conference Center in Morehead, KY. The workshop was sponsored by The Center for Rural Development through an Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) grant. The event featured leaders from […]

Individual tickets for Bellamy Brothers are now on sale!

Individual show tickets are now on sale! First up this season is Bellamy Brothers!

Season subscriptions now on sale for Center Stage 2017-18

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Announcing Center Stage 2017-18 Season

The new Center Stage season line-up has just been announced!

Lawson joins broadband panel at SOAR SUMMIT

The fourth annual Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Summit took place on August 4, 2017 in Pikeville at the East Kentucky Expo Center. The Summit included a panel discussion on “Broadband and the Digital Economy” in support of Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers’ (KY-05) vision to bring high speed, high capacity broadband to Eastern Kentucky. Lonnie […]

Join us for BroadBand Workshop 102

Register now for Broadband Workshop 102 on August 31 in Morehead

Broadband workshop draws large crowd

Nearly 100 community leaders and elected officials in Southern and Eastern Kentucky attended the first Broadband and Your Community Workshop 101: Getting Started on Thursday, June 29, at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

2017 Rogers Scholars announced

62 high school students from Southern and Eastern Kentucky have been selected to attend this year’s 20th annual Rogers Scholars program.

KTIA conference comes to The Center for the first time

The Center for Rural Development brings KTIA conference to Somerset.

Former coal miner earns degree thanks to DCMT program

The Displaced Coal Miner Training program provided funding assistance for Brandon Pierson of Harlan County to attend and graduate from Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College (SKCTC)

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