Community

A Beacon Of Hope

2017 May/June

More Than Just A Junior League

2017 May/June

When eleven-year-old Ty Elrod goes to school on Monday mornings, he finds conversations to sometimes be a bit dull. “I tell my friends about it, but they seem to be preoccupied with basketball and other stuff.”

 

Drag Strip Dreams

2017 May/June

Fueling Top Speeds & Finding A Family At Beacon Dragway

 

Bloom Where You Are Planted

2017 May/June

Makers Gonna Make!

2017 March/April

I am currently reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s book, Big Magic.

 

And I would most certainly entertain the idea of sharing its every page with you here if space, and copyright laws, would allow. So the best I can do in this arena is to recommend that you get one for yourself.

 

But I do want to share this bit of inspiration.

The Spirit Of Giving

2017 March/April

It's Arts Day In Kentucky

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Of course, it's Arts Day everyday in Paducah!

 

The Smile Station

2017 January/February

Within the life of a community, there are places that provide the punctuation for its narrative. They give us a sense of comfort and neighborhood and provide definition to home. One such defining place in Reidland sat at the intersection of Reidland and Benton Roads.

 

Cops & Community

2017 January/February

It was a simple act of kindness—one moment of outreach that changed Paducah Police Officer Gretchen Morgan's life forever.

 

"When I was four, I was bit by a dog," she says. "I had to go to the hospital and get stitches. There was a police officer there who played peekaboo with me from behind a curtain. From that point on, I had an interest in law enforcement. "

The State Of Policing: Leading With Certainty In Uncertain Times

2017 January/February

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