Campbell Strong Defense Alliance

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Director named for Fort Campbell Defense Alliance

The Fort Campbell Strong Regional Defense Alliance Board of Directors has announced the selection of its first executive director. Retired Command Sergeant Major Rory Malloy is a former Sergeant Major policy advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the Army at the Pentagon and currently serves as an Executive Coach for the True Growth Leadership Course Read More

Fort Campbell initiative gets funding

In the aftermath of a funding announcement for an initiative targeting Fort Campbell, Jason Vincent, executive director of the Pennyrile Area Development District, said he predicts positive results from the Fort Campbell Strong economic growth plan. Officials recently received word that the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment has awarded a $1.7 million community adjustment assistance grant Read More

Pennyrile Area Development District Receives Funding from the U.S. Department of Defense

Pennyrile Area Development District – The Pennyrile Area Development District has been awarded a $1,699,067 grant ($2.2 M total project) from the Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), the Department of Defense’s field organization responsible for supporting state and local governments to respond to major defense program changes.  The community adjustment assistance grant has been given in Read More

Ft. Campbell’s Neighbors Coming Together to Bolster Local Development

To improve their economic and workforce development efforts in response to the loss of a brigade combat team at Fort Campbell in 2014, officials from six counties in Kentucky and Tennessee surrounding the post are discussing ways to strengthen collaboration. One of the principal goals of the alliance — tentatively being called Campbell Strong — Read More

AGENDA 2016: Expanding the community

Stewart Houston Times – Stewart County Mayor Rick Joiner thinks a bigger-picture approach will benefit the future of Stewart County when individual counties in the area begin to pool resources. Joiner has been among leaders from Montgomery and Robertson counties in Tennessee, as well as Christian, Trigg and Todd counties in Kentucky and Fort Campbell Read More