Archive / Month: July 2016

Ohio Valley Lures Manufacturers With Rock-Bottom Natural Gas Prices

The Wall Street Journal

A group of business leaders in a small corner of Ohio and West Virginia are laying down a big claim: They have the cheapest natural gas in the industrialized world.

This part of Appalachia has become the country’s driver of gas production as improved drilling techniques have cracked gas-rich…

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Kraft is ‘good fit for the community’

The Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON – When the inaugural Appalachian Bacon Nation festival came to town in 2014, it attracted locals and out-of-town visitors to check out the unique event and indulge a favorite food. Organizers used the opportunity as a way to showcase what it means to the community to have Kraft in…

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10th shell building ready at The Point industrial park

The Herald Dispatch

SOUTH POINT, Ohio – The adage “build it and they will come” certainly applies to what has been going on in the past dozen years at The Point, a South Point industrial park.

The tenth shell building at the industrial park is ready for occupancy and more than 600 people are…

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Playing the Long Game

Every once in a while you will hear a country, a politician or a company described as “playing the long game.”  Urban Dictionary defines the phrase as “active participation in achieving goals which may take some time.”  Other sources add that those playing the long-game may pass over short- or…

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