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July 31, 2021

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The Center is Championing a Telehealth Program

The Center for Rural Development is championing a program to promote the use and enable the expansion of telehealth in Southern and Eastern Kentucky.

Locals Attend Fiber Broadband Meeting in Slade, KY

The Slade fiber project is the first non-state last-mile project that will be initiated because of KentuckyWired. The cable that has been run to the state park provides ETT with plant facilities lash the additional fiber cable for this project. Small projects such as this will serve as the testbed for further fiber broadband expansions not only in this area, but also projects such as this all across Southern and Eastern Kentucky.

The Center’s Connectivity Chronicles: Ridgenet

Some local ISPs have already begun focusing on the needs of rural communities. One example is Ridgenet, a wireless communication and technology company based out of Science Hill.

Spirit of Giving Tree Lighting and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

Join us for a FREE community event at The Center. Celebrate the magic of the holidays with a visit from Santa, music by the Pulaski Elementary Chorus and Northern Middle School 8th Grade Choir & more. We also invite you to join us for the evening performance of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas on December 2nd at 7 PM. $5 for children (plus fees) and $8 for adults (plus fees).

The Center Insider Issue 2.3 – 2019 Education Edition

The latest issue of The Center Insider is ready for review! This issue includes: Marketing One-Stop-Shop Summer Summary Youth Programs Application Information Rogers Scholars Rogers Explorers Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI) Rogers Scholars Graduates Marry Community Service Projects School Time Theatre Center Stage Season Upcoming Events CenterLinks Access Nodes RDPC COAL Thank You to Youth Meal Sponsors College […]

Center Staff Attend the 2018-2019 Governor’s Awards in the Arts Ceremony to Honor Cornelia Dozier Cooper

Cooper was awarded with the Milner Award for outstanding philanthropic, artistic and other contributions to the arts. The Milner Award is the most prestigious of the Governor’s Awards in the Arts.

The Center for Rural Development uses technology to promote economic development

In order to promote the success of local businesses, the Chamber provides an outstanding website that fosters networking and offers valuable online resources. The Center’s Marketing One-Stop-Shop team designed and manages the website tailored to the Chamber’s specific needs.

High-Speed, High-Capacity Fiber Broadband is Providing Opportunity for Towns like London Kentucky

Reliable, affordable, high-speed, high-capacity internet access has now become an essential service for individuals and businesses alike. High-speed internet is now as important as electricity, water and sewer.

Still accepting KidsFest vendors

The cost to be a KidsFest vendor is $50 per space and comes with one six-foot table and two chairs.

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