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In the shadow of a reclaimed mine, this Kentucky center is retraining coal workers for high-tech manufacturing

Justin Cornett, an eKAMI instructor, with a state-of-the-art robot.

The eKentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute is a success story for federal efforts to revitalize coal communities, but it also highlights the challenges of seeding a 21st-century local economy.

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