Graves County High School and The Murray Bank recently took part in the inaugural "Bus 2 Business Day," a program focused on making connections between high school students and businesses in their communities. The event allowed students to take a bus to visit with a local employer and learn …

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Mayfield's Peebles will be getting a makeover and becoming Gordmans. Stage Stores announced it will convert the Peebles store, located in the Wyatt Crossing Shopping Center, to a Gordmans store in 2020. Both Peebles and Gordmans are part of the Stage corporation.

FNB Bank has announced the recent promotion of officers at the annual meeting of the board at the main office in Mayfield. During the meeting, the Board of Directors promoted both Jacob Wyatt and Jennifer Franklin to assistant vice president.

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Graves County Economic Development recently promoted Jodie Hansen to the position of vice president of community and business development. In her new role, her primary areas of focus will be on working with existing business and industry to help them achieve growth in their companies and to …

WASHINGTON -- Institute for Organizational Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, announced that Denise Thompson, president/CEO of the Mayfield/Graves County Chamber of Commerce, recently completed her first year at the Institute for Orga…

The West Kentucky Workforce announced that GenCanna will begin recruiting seasonal harvest associates at a hiring event on Tuesday, Aug. 13, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the West Kentucky RECC Community Room, located at 1218 Broadway in Mayfield.

FNB Bank has announced the addition of a second branch in Murray and Calloway County. FNB's new banking facility will be located at 611 S. 12th St., and will offer additional convenience for customers on the opposite side of town from the bank's existing Murray branch, located at 1445 Lowes Dr.

FRANKFORT -- Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Greg Thomas has approved the issuance of nearly $1.3 million in grants to improve multimodal freight transportation through the Kentucky Rail Crossing Improvement (KRCI) program.

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