We've Left Our Mark

2015 November/December

If you send or receive Christmas cards from Paducah, there will be one noticeable absence this year: the Paducah postmark.


There is a loss of 24 hours in delivery time due to the closing of the Paducah processing facility. More than that, there is a loss of identity, a loss of independence.


Steel Rail Dreams

2015 November/December

Trains set the American spirit in motion. Forged in iron and steel, these massive workhorses propel the innate desire for freedom and exploration, gliding our aspirations along rails stretching to every point across our nation.


New Life for an Historic Building. New Southern Cuisine for Downtown Paducah

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley Has Come Home To Her Roots.


Memories In Movies

2015 September/October

Wes Houser often takes short strolls during work breaks. He moves along at a steady pace, finding solace among the sights and sounds of downtown Paducah. But one building usually makes him stop in his tracks.


Smoke, Sauce, & Solidarity

2015 September/October

New life for an historic building. New southern cuisine for downtown Paducah.

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley has come home to her roots.


Rollin' On The River

2015 September/October

Discovering Paducah's Dragon Boat Festival


The idea was simple: tell the story of Paducah's annual Dragon Boat Festival from the point of view of its participants. The question was unexpected: Why don't you join the team?


It Came From Outer Space!

2015 July/August

It was another sweltering, summer day in Kelly, Kentucky just a few miles north of Hopkinsville. The mercury pushed to 95 on that late, August day in 1955, and the Sutton family settled back into their farmhouse in the evening to enjoy a visit from Billy Ray Taylor who'd come down from Pennsylvania.


Piping Hot!

2015 July/August

Photos by Glenn Hall


Paducah’s newest tea and coffee shop is blending an English aesthetic with some American ingenuity and the results are simply delicious.


For Peter and Amber Barnett, business and passion are brewed from a cup of Earl Grey tea.


Resurrecting Memories & Recreating The Old Country Store

2015 July/August

Until recently, sitting out front of the old general store, as one sipped on colas and argued politics, was a faint memory of Paducah’s not-so-distant past. Crystal and Martin Troutt are resurrecting those memories after bringing new life to a couple of once desolate lots in the Lower Town Arts District.



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