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Business spotlight: Premier Underground
Business spotlight: Premier Underground

"All it takes is somebody who wants to learn," said Dunn. "If I can find people who just want to learn and want to work, I can teach them as long as they aren't afraid to get dirty. Running a directional drill looks complicated but it's not. Once you learn how to do it, it's a skill that you can use to earn good money because, no matter where you are, it's a good job."

KREG DENTON CELEBRATES 15 YEARS WITH FIRST COMMUNITY BANK
KREG DENTON CELEBRATES 15 YEARS WITH FIRST COMMUNITY BANK

"I enjoy working with our community and our area farmers," Denton commented. "Whether it be helping a young person finance their first vehicle or working with a large farming operation to improve their cash flow, helping a customer is my day-in/day-out purpose and I truly enjoy what I do."

MVP moves jobs to Mayfield
MVP moves jobs to Mayfield
Stefan Schutte, CEO for the U.S. operation, said that because of new contracts with several automotive companies, Kayser was running out of space in Fulton for manufacturing and warehousing a variety of mechanical and passenger-cabin automotive parts. To make room, it worked with MVP Group International to lease its 60,000-square-foot Fulton facility, leading MVP to announce it would be transferring nearly six-dozen employees to its Mayfield operation.
State well below 5.7 percent rate in December 2015
State well below 5.7 percent rate in December 2015

Employment in the other services sector, which includes repairs and maintenance, personal care services, and religious organizations, decreased by 100 positions in December 2016 compared to the month before, but gained 200 positions since December 2015.