Kentucky Broadband Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Kentucky Power Kentucky Power awards $75,000 economic development grant to City of PikevilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2016 | Electric Energy Online

    The City of Pikeville on Wednesday received a $75,000 economic development grant from Kentucky Power to expand broadband citywide. "We at Kentucky Power take great pride in collaborating with local, regional and state organizations to support and promote economic growth in the communities we serve in eastern Kentucky," said Greg Pauley, Kentucky Power president and chief operating office.

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  2. Bathrooms to broadband: Uncle Sam out of controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2016 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Are Washington's policies these days regarding everything from bathrooms to broadband intentionally designed to systematically trash the constitutionally protected power of states, local governments and even the people themselves? Where, for example, does the U.S. Constitution even remotely allow a president enthroned in Washington to dictate the ... (more)

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  3. EchoSat Acquires Heartland's SmartLink DivisionRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2016 | CSP

    EchoSat Inc., a leading provider of payments security, managed firewall and network solutions, has acquired the SmartLink division of Heartland Payment Systems Inc. With the addition of Heartland SmartLink's secure payment gateway and managed network services, EchoSat will serve more than 21,000 merchant locations in the petroleum, convenience-store, quick-service restaurant and supermarket industries. EchoSat also has entered into a channel partner agreement whereby Heartland's national network of sales professionals will continue to promote the EchoSat SPG, PaySafe SPG, SmartLink Platinum and managed network services solutions to merchants in new and existing channels.

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  4. Bathrooms to broadband: Government control is out of controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Grayson News Gazette

    Are Washington's policies these days regarding everything from bathrooms to broadband intentionally designed to systematically trash the constitutionally protected power of states, local governments and even the people themselves? Where, for example, does the U.S. Constitution even remotely allow a president enthroned in Washington to dictate the bathroom policies for transgender students in a school district 800 miles away in McCracken County, Kentucky? That issue is at the crux of Gov. Matt Bevin's decision that Kentucky should become the 12th state to join a federal lawsuit against Obama's bathroom guidelines, which include threats to withhold federal funding from school districts that prohibit transgender students from using the bathrooms, locker rooms and other facilities of the biologically opposite sex, and which fail to address transgender students by their preferred names and ... (more)

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  5. The Salvation Army's work eyed as - best-kept secret'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Outside of the sounds of bells and sights of red kettles during the Christmas season, The Salvation Army's presence in Cleveland may be one of its best-kept secrets. SALVATION ARMY administrator Ruth Forgey and Youth Services Director Joel Rogers stand at the counter of the Inman Street Coffeeehouse, one of the many ministries of the organization.

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  6. Entrepreneurialism on display at TVC SummitRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2016 | Herald-Citizen

    Technology is key when it comes to entrepreneurialism, but connecting the two and fighting other obstacles are among the subjects discussed at the Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit, which began a COOKEVILLE - Technology is key when it comes to entrepreneurialism, but connecting the two and fighting other obstacles are among the subjects discussed at the Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit, which began yesterday at Tennessee Tech University. The summit, being hosted by TTU for the first time, features a number of elected officials, university and college leaders and TVC members, including NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, General Graphene, Oak Ridge National Laboratories and others.

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  7. Honoring Mitre Corp., National Development for their green effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Lowell Sun

    Two Middlesex 3 Coalition companies are stepping up to the plate when it comes to reducing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions. The MITRE Corporation and National Development were recently honored by the state for their commuter programs, receiving the MassDOT's Excellence in Commuter Options Award.

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  8. Broadband Fiber Planning Coming To Our NeighborhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Freshnews

    The Southeastern Kentucky Final Mile broadband fiber planning project will kick-off with a meeting June 8 at 2:00 p.m. on the campus of Hazard Community and Technical College. This project has been awarded a state grant to create an action plan as the first step in expanding high-speed broadband across Clay, Leslie, Perry, Letcher and Knott Counties.

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  9. Russell Cellular Selects Cellebrite Content Transfer to Offer Faster...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Market Wire

    Cellebrite , the leading provider of customer experience management solutions to ensure mobile lifecycle continuity, today announced a multi-year agreement with Russell Cellular to provide the Verizon Premium Retailer with the Cellebrite DeskTop platform, to quickly and securely transfer content directly between cellular devices without storing data externally or using store broadband and Wi-Fi resources. The in-store platforms offer a single easy to use system that works with every combination of phone operating systems to eliminate potential errors and speed up transactions.

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  10. Sprint Appoints Nelly Pitocco VP of Enterprise SalesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2016 | Light Reading

    Former AT&T executive, Nelly Pitocco, recently joined Sprint as vice president of enterprise sales, reporting directly to Kevin Crull, president of Central Area. Pitocco is responsible for B2B sales and business development, supporting enterprise customers with wireless communications solutions and services.

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  11. PAC 'slush' gives Ky. congressmen a lavish lifestyleRead the original story

    May 1, 2016 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Over the last year, U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, R-Lexington, spent nearly $32,000 on tickets to the Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup, plus $300 to hire handicapper Ellis Starr to provide betting tips for his racetrack guests.

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  12. Lifepointe Church robbed, vandalized againRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2016 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    For the second time in a little over a week, a Lifepointe Church in Newburg was robbed and vandalized. LOUISVILLE, KY For the second time in a little over a week, Lifepointe Church in Newburg was broken into.

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  13. A Homestead Act for AppalachiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Middlesboro Daily News

    Appalachia, especially its coal mining region, is experiencing a revived bit of attention as shuttered mines, a rise in income inequality and longstanding poverty received flashes of concern from both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. As a native son of the region with many kin and friends unemployed by the decline in coal production, it might be logical to expect I should be optimistic that things are really going to change for the better in the mountains as a result of this latest regional revival.

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  14. First Reliance Bank offers 7 tips to avoid online fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Goose Creek Gazette

    Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to cybercrime. According to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center, in 2014, consumers lost more than $800 million from scams initiated through the web.

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  15. GOP Pushing Bill That Guts FCC Authority, Kills Net Neutrality -Read the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Broadbandreports

    House GOP members have pretty much been trying to punish the FCC for standing up to large ISPs since the regulator passed net neutrality rules last year. The latest effort involves a new bill that professes to address FCC "transparency" -- but actually looks to gut both FCC funding and authority over broadband providers.

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  16. RaceTrac Fast Tracks FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2013 | CSP

    RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. recently opened two new stations in Pasco, Fla., in the Tampa area with 24 gasoline dispensers and 6,000-square-foot convenience stores and has two more planned for this year, reported The Tampa Tribune . The Atlanta-based chain joins Wawa, Pa.-based Wawa Inc. and Louisville, Ky.-based Thorntons Inc. , as well as Dallas-based 7-Eleven Inc. , in the industry's Florida expansion.

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  17. Official Rules for 'My Cincinnati' 2016 Photo ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    MAKING A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

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  18. GOP budget bill would kill net neutrality and FCC's set-top box planRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Ars Technica

    House Republicans yesterday released a plan to slash the Federal Communications Commission's budget by $69 million and prevent the FCC from enforcing net neutrality rules, "rate regulation," and its plan to boost competition in the set-top box market. The proposal is the latest of many attempts to gut the FCC's authority, though it's unusual in that it takes aim at two of FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's signature projects while also cutting the agency's budget.

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  19. A Homestead Act for AppalachiaRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | Williamson Daily News Online

    Appalachia, especially its coal mining region, is experiencing a revived bit of attention as shuttered mines, a rise in income inequality and longstanding poverty received flashes of concern from both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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  20. U.S. Department of Agriculture On 80th Anniversary of Rural...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Electric Energy Online

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Rural Electrification Act and announced funding to build and upgrade rural electric infrastructure in five states. "Eighty years ago today, President Roosevelt signed the law which charged USDA to provide electric power to rural America," Vilsack said.

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