Sofcoast, Inc. names Swanson executive vice president
Sofcoast, Inc., whose corporate headquarters is located at 100 N. Main Street, Suite 201, Corbin, is announced that Scott Swanson, originally from Minnesota, has joined the Sofcoast team as executive vice president effective June 20. Within this role, Swanson will be leading business development, program management and government programs for the corporation.
Baptist Regional Medical Center celebrates 25 years
Baptist Regional Medical Center celebrated its 25th anniversary Monday. The hospital celebrated in the cafeteria with cake, punch and chocolate covered strawberries.
Hospital system merger to be examined by state’s attorney general
After three Kentucky hospital groups agreed in the middle of June to merge, the state’s attorney general Jack Conway announced Wednesday he will review that pending merger. The hospital groups are Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), Louisville’s University Hospital and Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare.
Cumberland Valley National Bank & Trust announced Wednesday it will renovate its Falls Road location in Corbin in part to accommodate the relocation of its main office downtown.
Cracker Barrel announces arrival of new retail manager
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. announced the transfer of Eileen Gibbs to the position of retail manager of its Corbin location.
Cumberland Valley National Bank announces renovation, consolidation plans
By Becky Killian
Cumberland Valley National Bank & Trust announced Wednesday it will renovate its Falls Road location in Corbin in part to accommodate the relocation of its downtown main office.
Nuclear cardiology lab gets re-accreditation
The Heart Clinic of Southeast Kentucky, (affiliated with Premier Heart & Vascular), Corbin Nuclear Cardiology, located in Corbin, was granted re-accreditation by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories (ICANL).
A Corbin company that specializes in collectable games has opened a second retail location and plans to open more nationwide.
Equivalent of 117 let go at Corbin hospital
The equivalent of 59 full-time employees were notified Monday that they were part of Baptist Regional Medical Center’s reduction in workforce. The total workforce reduction at the hospital, which began April 1, turned out to be the equivalent of 117 workers.
Mills Wins 2nd Place in Photo Contest
TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky (TOUR SEKY) held its first ever Experience the Bloom Awards May 24, at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset. Bloom stands for Business, Leadership, Opportunities, Organization and Motivation. These awards were created to honor those who have gone above and beyond to make the visitors experience outstanding.
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