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The Keys to the Kingdom

2017 January/February

Harvest - Home - Holidays

2016 November/December

“The greatest thing a human soul can do in this world is to see something and tell what it saw in a plain way,” wrote English art critic John Ruskin. “To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion all in one”

 

Coming Back To Life

2016 November/December

When a demolition crew uncovered a roughly century-old advertisement in downtown Paducah a couple of years ago, it sparked our thoughts about the importance of historical murals painted on our buildings.

 

From The Billboard Charts To The Banks Of The Ohio

2016 November/December

Jazzy, Man & Band's Best Friend

2016 September/October

Going Bananas Again In The Twin Cities

2016 September/October

What do parents give children growing up in small rural twin cities straddling the Kentucky /Tennessee border who have everything? They give them a Banana Festival complete with a one-ton banana pudding as the centerpiece of the Grand Parade.

 

The 1857 Hotel

2016 July/August

You COULD say that Paul Gourieux saw the light!

 

Teen Court Is In Session

2016 July/August

We all make mistakes, but not all of us are given a second chance. A program in McCracken County is offering first time teen offenders that opportunity. This chance to wipe the slate clean is processed through a legitimate court, but under slightly different circumstances—Teen Court.  

 

PA*BREW*CAH !

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Bringing It On Home

2016 May/June

The Revival Of A Paducah Baseball Tradition

 

Coast to coast, the American landscape is dotted with baseball diamonds. From the historic parks of the Major Leagues to community fields tucked away in the smallest of towns, the ball field is the quintessential, backyard playground of our nation.

 

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