Michael Harrison, right, at BitSource, an internet start-up in Pikeville. To offset lost mining jobs, officials, business leaders and environmentalists in Kentucky are setting aside political feuds to try to create an entrepreneurial economy.
Michael Harrison, right, at BitSource, an internet start-up in Pikeville. To offset lost mining jobs, officials, business leaders and environmentalists in Kentucky are setting aside political feuds to try to create an entrepreneurial economy. George Etheredge New York Times
Michael Harrison, right, at BitSource, an internet start-up in Pikeville. To offset lost mining jobs, officials, business leaders and environmentalists in Kentucky are setting aside political feuds to try to create an entrepreneurial economy. George Etheredge New York Times

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