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Pittsburgh, PA

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#1
May 25, 2013
 
Anyone hear how good of.pay or anything.else about this bunch.. have they started hiring yet
NeedJob

Milton, WV

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#2
May 25, 2013
 
Where are the strips going in at? Where do we go to put an app in? Who do we talk too?
Mea

Virgie, KY

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#3
May 25, 2013
 
I need a office job
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Pikeville, KY

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#4
May 26, 2013
 
Are you talking about the supposed 7 underground mines that the unemployment office was taking applications for? My man put his application in last week we've not heard anything yet. I really hope they do open up soon because drawing unemployment sucks!
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Pikeville, KY

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#5
May 26, 2013
 
Mea wrote:
I need a office job
i need any job....its even tough in fast food right now with school out cant even get a job competing with the teens.
arch

Beaver, PA

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May 27, 2013
 

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I've heard Mitch potter has something to do with them
Miss Sassy

Pikeville, KY

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May 27, 2013
 

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Mitch Potter has nothing to do with them its a guy Billy Smith and in about 3 weeks they are suppose to start hiring men
Mountain Dude

Georgetown, KY

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May 27, 2013
 

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Yep, that`s Billy Smith from Raccoon Ck. His dad is a preacher named Bill Smith, that`s a good family.
Mea

Virgie, KY

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#9
May 28, 2013
 
Well it's cool there will be jobs for people/
blonde in pink

Pikeville, KY

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May 28, 2013
 

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Mea wrote:
Well it's cool there will be jobs for people/
yes wouldnt it be great if there were so many jobs that all the miners who wanted to could go back to work and the economy in pike county and surrounding areas could pick back up!?!
i cant think of anything better.
maybe one day that will happen.
Mea

Virgie, KY

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May 30, 2013
 

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blonde in pink wrote:
<quoted text>yes wouldnt it be great if there were so many jobs that all the miners who wanted to could go back to work and the economy in pike county and surrounding areas could pick back up!?!
i cant think of anything better.
maybe one day that will happen.
I pray that it does.
Happy

Pikeville, KY

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#12
May 30, 2013
 
Good
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United States

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May 31, 2013
 

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I wished something would give with it too.
Tired of working out of town. Hardly ever home!!!!
Mea

Virgie, KY

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#14
May 31, 2013
 
I know it's hard enough for a man or woman that works to get the their kids after school events . While working out of town it makes it impossible.. I hope things get better and you can get a job closer to home.. If anyone hears where they will be taking the apps and when please share info..... I'm looking for a office job. If you hear of any you don't wont let me know please,. You can email me @ tinkaky@yahoo.com please put job info in subject space. I get a lot of junk mail so I don't open all of them . Thanks for reading this post. I hope everyone who's wanting a job bad enough to even be looking on here as well as every place else gets a job... Good Luck !
John Royce

Jupiter, FL

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#15
May 31, 2013
 
A decentralized sequential detection problem is considered in which each one of a set of sensors receives a sequence of observations about the hypothesis. Each sensor sends a sequence of summary messages to the fusion center where a sequential test is carried out to determine the true hypothesis. A Bayesian framework for this problem is introduced, and for the case when the information structure in the system is quasi-classical, it is shown that the problem is tractable. A detailed analysis of this case is presented, along with some numerical results.
John Royce

Jupiter, FL

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#16
May 31, 2013
 
New project for jobs called NOSE (Nautical Observation of Submerged Enemy) is new and better way to detect submarines than sonar and radar. Test facility is slated to be built in 2015/2016 and open in Pike County in 2017.

Before 1988 it was known that radio waves produce echoes. The phenomenon was used to verify the existence of the ionosphere and to determine the height of its various layers by measuring the time required for a radio signal, reflected as an echo, to return to the ground. In the early 1990s, scientific researchers in the United States and in Europe demonstrated that radio signals striking ships and aircraft would produce radio echoes that could be used to pinpoint their location. But it was not until the advent of Trajectory Cognitition Phase II in 2009 that the United States Navy, in co-operation with the other armed services and civilian scientific groups, began a concerted effort toward the development of electronic devices with significant applications in fire control, navigation, and search capabilities. Thus, the project's beginnings. Cross your fingers that this project comes our way. Pork projects are sometimes good for jobs as you all know.
Mea

Virgie, KY

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#17
May 31, 2013
 
John Royce wrote:
New project for jobs called NOSE (Nautical Observation of Submerged Enemy) is new and better way to detect submarines than sonar and radar. Test facility is slated to be built in 2015/2016 and open in Pike County in 2017.
Before 1988 it was known that radio waves produce echoes. The phenomenon was used to verify the existence of the ionosphere and to determine the height of its various layers by measuring the time required for a radio signal, reflected as an echo, to return to the ground. In the early 1990s, scientific researchers in the United States and in Europe demonstrated that radio signals striking ships and aircraft would produce radio echoes that could be used to pinpoint their location. But it was not until the advent of Trajectory Cognitition Phase II in 2009 that the United States Navy, in co-operation with the other armed services and civilian scientific groups, began a concerted effort toward the development of electronic devices with significant applications in fire control, navigation, and search capabilities. Thus, the project's beginnings. Cross your fingers that this project comes our way. Pork projects are sometimes good for jobs as you all know.
Hate to admit but I'm confused .. I do hope Pikeville gets the jobs coming in here in a few year . Be nice if it was a little sooner. Thanks for the info
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Kermit, WV

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Jun 3, 2013
 

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So glad to hear the mining business may be picking up in Pike and surrounding counties. The owner of these mines Billy Smith of Raccoon creek is a stand up guy so happy for his sucess as well.
toyota

Warfield, KY

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#19
Jun 4, 2013
 
if u need a electric card for underground coal minning just call kenny runyon he will buy it for u mccoy elkhorn finist superintend just take the test and kenny runyon will make sure u pass
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

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#20
Jun 4, 2013
 
for posts 15 and 16, whadhesay. would someone please interpret those posts for me.

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