Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


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Representatives from Barren County and the state pose for a photo on Thursday in Frankfort when the county was certified as a Work Ready Community in Progress by the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board after a lengthy application process involving community, education, government and industry leaders. Ernie Myers, executive director of the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce; Davie Greer, Barren County Judge-Executive; Dan Iacconi, executive director of Glasgow-Barren County Industrial Development and Economic Authority; Bob Cary, chamber of commerce board of directors; Owen Lambert, IDEA board chairman; Johnny Bell, D-Glasgow, state representative; Vicki Wade, Office of Employment and Training; and Debbie McCarty, Barren River Area Development District Workforce Investment Act director were among those who attended the ceremony.

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