History

The Longest Run

2013 July/August Edition

Paducah Tilghman and Mayfield High School celebrate 100 years of hard hits, big plays, tough tackles, one-sided wins, tremendous touchdowns, fabulous field goals, gridiron greats, and trash talk as part of one of Kentucky’s most long-standing football rivalries

The Right Space

2013 July/August Edition

Derek Landy once said, “Every solution to every problem is simple. It's the distance between the two where the mystery lies.” For the Paducah Chamber of Commerce and Paducah Economic Development, the distance was .2 miles.

 

The Duke of Paducah - An Update from Verne Woods, Navigator

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Duke of Paducah navigator Verne Woods contacted us after Memorial Day with an amazing update to our Duke of Paducah B-17 story!

Oh, the BEAUTY of it All!

2013 May/June Edition

On fourth street near the edge of downtown stands a long, narrow, two-story brick building marked by a well-preserved sign reading PADUCAH BEAUTY SCHOOL. Not much can be seen through its first floor window, but five days a week the building is a-buzz with students learning to bend, twist, cut, and curl hair.

The Duke of Paducah - Flying High in History

2013 May/June Edition

The title Duke of Paducah means diferent things to different people. For one group of young men in WWII, it meant a bond of friendship and the ravages of war that would change them forever.

Tilghman Legacy Lives on in Stone and in Stature

2013 May/June Edition

Paducah’s Civil War general perished nearly 150 years ago “with the Lord’s Prayer upon his lips.”      

 

So said Fred G. Neuman in his 1922 book, Paducahans in History.      

 

History in the Making: A Tribute to McCracken Co. Schools

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Now is your chance to be a part of history. The Tribute to McCracken County Schools is coming. Find out how you can participate!

Our Amazing Architecture

2013 March/April Edition

Close Cobb Encounters: Shirley Temple's First Oscar

2013 March/April Edition

This photo, taken February 27, 1935, shows Paducah native Irvin S. Cobb handing an honorary Oscar to a six-year-old Shirley Temple, the youngest Oscar recipient ever. Cobb, a famous writer, humorist and columnist in the1920s, 30s and 40s, served as Host for the 6th Academy Awards at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. 

Albritton’s Drug Store

2013 March/April Edition

Waller Albritton wrote a prescription for retail success at the turn of the century and left a colorful Paducah legacy at the corner of 32nd and Broadway

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