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When men and women leave the military, they enter civilian life with skills learned during time spent serving their country, but not necessarily the certifications needed to meet job requirements in specific fields.
The process to get the proper training can be frustrating, costly and time-consuming.
The State College Spikes face an uncertain future, but they will be “open for business” in 2020.
U.S. Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson brought together over 50 federal, state and local officials with carbon industry leaders and Pennsylvania State University scientists to discuss recent innovations that could reignite the coal and carbon industries. Included in the summit on Friday were Mary Neumayr, chair of White House Council on Environmental Quality; Dr.
Government and business leaders gathered in Elk County Friday morning to talk about the future of the coal and carbon industry.
Today was the Carbon and Coal Innovation Summit in St. Marys.
U.S. Representative Glenn “GT” Thompson and White House Environmental Quality chair Mary Neumayr spoke at the summit.
Pennsylvania Republican members of the House of Representatives aren’t having it when it comes to House Chairman Adam Schiff and Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats’ “secret behind closed doors” impeachment inquiry.
The Venango County Economic Development Authority has received a $1.5 million POWER grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Congressman Glenn Thompson says the recent good news on job creation isn't an accident.
"In September, 136,000 jobs were created (nationwide)," Thompson said Friday at the annual meeting of Jefferson County Development Council. "We continue to be on that amazing trajectory in terms of the nationwide economy."
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Howard, thinks impeachment has taken the oxygen out of the room “on a lot of issues” in Washington, but he still has hope for USMCA, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement meant to update the North American Free Trade Agreement.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has announced that the department’s Economic Development Administration is awarding a $2 million grant to the Clearfield County Economic Development Corporation to help construct a new River’s Landing facility to accommodate small business tenants, according to a press release.