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 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Pet of the Week...

Bunny is a 4-year-old Lab/basset mix at the McCracken County Humane Society, 4000 Coleman Road....

 2021-02-27 06:15 

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KAED president chamber's March event speaker...

The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce's March Power in Partnership virtual breakfast will feature Matthew Tackett, president/CEO of the Kentucky Association for Economic Development, as the featured speaker....

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Academic team members also work to represent schools in competition...

PRINCETON — When you think about high school teams competing against each other, you think of sports contests: game-winning passes on the gridiron, an attack that ends an important rally in volleyball or an inside pass for a basket against......

 2021-02-27 06:15 

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SOUTHSIDE STORIES...

Charles Dudley Warner, an American essayist and friend of Mark Twain, is famous for saying, "Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it."...

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

SOUTHSIDE STORIES...

Charles Dudley Warner, an American essayist and friend of Mark Twain, is famous for saying, "Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it."...

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK...

During a pitch meeting for story ideas to kick off our expanded weekend edition of The Paducah Sun, the suggestion we take an in-depth look at the city's Southside rose to the top....

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK...

During a pitch meeting for story ideas to kick off our expanded weekend edition of The Paducah Sun, the suggestion we take an in-depth look at the city's Southside rose to the top....

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Academic team members also work to represent schools in competition...

PRINCETON — When you think about high school teams competing against each other, you think of sports contests: game-winning passes on the gridiron, an attack that ends an important rally in volleyball or an inside pass for a basket against......

 2021-02-27 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

FRNP awards grant to further PACRO efforts...

Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, the deactivation and remediation contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy's Paducah site, recently awarded a grant to the Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization to help the organization sustain and further devel...

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Black history: 'Pieces of the country's story that are simply unknown to many'...

Black History Month is a time to remember and celebrate the achievements of African Americans. In the month of February, people are also urged to think about Black history as part of the American story....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Martha's Vineyard nets $5K donation from TVA retirees...

Martha's Vineyard Mission got a nice shot in the arm Thursday in the form of a $5,000 donation from Paducah chapter of the Tennessee Valley Authority Retirees Association....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Vaccinations sites hurry to finish Phase 1A, 1B shots...

Individuals in the Phase 1C vaccination group in Kentucky can start getting COVID-19 vaccines Monday. That includes anyone 60 or older, anyone 16 or older with a high-risk condition, and all essential workers....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Local officials react to criminal justice reform bill...

METROPOLIS, Ill. — Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker signed a criminal justice omnibus bill backed by the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Monday, abolishing cash bail, overhauling police certification and reforming use-of-force standards among numerous ot...

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

AGENDA...

The Agenda is a listing of government meetings for Monday, March 1....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Judge denies motion to keep Mullins in custody...

The Benton man charged in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was still in jail Friday night, despite a judge's denial of a motion to keep him in custody....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Unit 1's five-day week begins March 8 with modifications...

METROPOLIS, Ill. — After a 90-minute discussion this week with input from parents, teachers and principals, the Massac Unit 1 Board of Education amended its January decision concerning the March 8 instructional transition....

 2021-02-27 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Planned planting containers...

Last week's snow quickly disappeared, but that does not mean that winter is over or that we won't receive more snow this season. Hopefully, not as much nor the record breaking temperatures that accompanied it. We do have one more......

 2021-02-26 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Ballard senior makes up for lost (welding) time...

Ballard Memorial High School student Kayla Osborne may have gotten a slightly late start only taking welding her senior year, but she has certainly made up for lost time....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Outdoors, garden column move to Saturday...

The Sun's Outdoors page and Carolyn Roof's garden column will run on Saturdays starting this week. Among the Sun's most popular features, those items were longtime Saturday staples but moved to Friday when the Sun changed to an e-edition-only ...

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Council warned of possible weekend flooding...

METROPOLIS, Ill. — With some 10 inches of local snow melting, the National Weather Service's Paducah office is warning officials of flooding possibilities this weekend as 3 inches of rain is expected between Saturday night and Monday....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Mullins to return to federal court in connection to Capitol riot...

A local man charged in connection to the U.S. Capitol riots appeared in federal court Thursday morning, and he will be back there again Friday afternoon....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Paducah auto body shop reports receiving fraudulent unemployment insurance claims...

A Paducah-based auto body shop has been getting fraudulent unemployment insurance claims....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Paducah schools to offer four-day in-person weeks...

Paducah Public Schools plan to offer four-day in-person school weeks for its students, starting in early March. Families and their students will still have the option to stay with virtual learning, if they choose....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

WKCTC dean publishes first chapbook of poetry...

Britton Shurley appreciates the beauty in the mundane and celebrates it throughout his newly published debut poetry chapbook, "Spinning the Vast Fantastic."...

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Local man faces rape charge...

McCracken County authorities arrested a Paducah man Thursday on rape charges....

 2021-02-26 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Kentucky Kids Consignment Sale returns to Paducah Expo Center...

The area's only seasonal children's consignment sale is preparing to set up their one-week-only pop-up consignment store next week....

 2021-02-26 01:44 

The Paducah Sun

University sees light at end of COVID tunnel...

MURRAY — As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, university leaders are looking ahead to what the summer and fall semesters will look like....

 2021-02-25 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

City to hold public meetings about Southside...

The Paducah City Commission plans to host two public meetings to gather input from Southside Paducah residents and business owners....

 2021-02-25 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Paducah Fire Department seeks $835K in SAFER grant funding...

The Paducah Fire Department is hoping to receive over $830,000 in federal grant funding, in an effort to hire three additional firefighters to join the ranks and use the funds to cover their salaries for three years....

 2021-02-25 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

2 arrested following drug probe in Paducah...

The McCracken County Sheriff's Office arrested two people on drug offenses Tuesday night in Paducah following a search warrant....

 2021-02-25 06:00 

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THURSDAY LINEUP...

FRIDAY...

 2021-02-25 06:00 

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THURSDAY AGENDA...

The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today....

 2021-02-25 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

IN OUR SCHOOLS...

Marshall County High School SBDM — special called meeting, 3 p.m., MCHS main office....

 2021-02-25 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Court documents show Benton man participating in Jan. 6 Capitol riots...

BENTON — A local man is in a heap of legal trouble after finding himself one of the more than 250 people charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol....

 2021-02-25 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Charity reports break-in, truck damage...

A burglary interrupted a non-profit's daily schedule this week, as St. Vincent De Paul in Paducah had a part in its van stolen....

 2021-02-24 06:15 

The Paducah Sun

Paducah officials go over city priorities...

The Paducah City Commission discussed the strategic plan again Tuesday, as staff presented a draft version of the proposal, which featured the top 12 priorities developed by officials at a planning retreat held earlier this month....

 2021-02-24 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Koster encouraged by COVID case dip, vaccination progress...

Even though it's been a slightly hectic week for Kent Koster and the Purchase District Health Department, the health official is pleased with how COVID-19 numbers are trending and the progress of the area's vaccination efforts Tuesday....

 2021-02-24 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Man accused of damaging community building, local nonprofit and attempting to steal two cars...

BENTON — A local man faces multiple charges after police say he damaged a community building, then later broke into a local nonprofit and tried to steal cars at two separate businesses....

 2021-02-24 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

With next phase of eligibility looming, providers still working through COVID-19 vaccines...

As Paducah-McCracken County has reached 100 deaths related to COVID-19, there looks to be some hope on the horizon....

 2021-02-24 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

WEDNESDAY AGENDA...

The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today....

 2021-02-24 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

WKRECC: Customers won't experience high electric bills like Texas...

MAYFIELD -- Texas was caught off guard last week after a historic winter storm slammed the state and knocked out its power grid. Texans could not catch a break, however, as the storm and subsequent power grid collapse would set......

 2021-02-23 23:30 

The Paducah Sun

Pilot in deadly crash in Graves County was a Paducah doctor...

Authorities said a Paducah doctor was the pilot who died following a crash Monday near the Mayfield Graves County Airport....

 2021-02-23 20:58 

The Paducah Sun

Southern Baptists oust 2 churches over LGBTQ inclusion...

The Southern Baptist Convention's executive committee voted Tuesday to oust four of its churches, two over policies deemed to be too inclusive of LGBTQ people and two more for employing pastors convicted of sex offenses....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

CMC named a regional vaccination site...

Caldwell Medical Center has been designated as a regional vaccination site and will begin administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday and each Thursday thereafter at the same time....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

IN OUR SCHOOLS...

Calloway County Schools Board — rescheduled meeting, 6 p.m. tonight, online, https://youtube/i6vAVl9R6yw....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Polar Plunge offers 'chill of a lifetime'...

If folks haven't had enough of snow, ice and cold, there's another opportunity to get a frigid fix with the annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

TUESDAY AGENDA...

The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

McCracken names Estes new EM director...

Rob Estes was announced as the new McCracken County director of Emergency Management during Monday evening's fiscal court meeting....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

Blame it on the winter storms: When energy usage goes up, bills follow suit...

People across the country and here at home will be paying more on their next utility bill....

 2021-02-23 06:00 

The Paducah Sun

From Paducah to New York: This jazz musician is taking it one note at a time...

While Jon Cowherd has a background in horns and keys, the Paducah expat's life doesn't have anything to do with cars. He's a jazz musician....

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