J.T. Crawford

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

The Keys to the Kingdom

2017 January/February

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.

 

Paducah Goes Hollywood!

2016 November/December

From The Billboard Charts To The Banks Of The Ohio

2016 November/December

Podcast Paducah

2016 November/December

The internet gives rise to voice. Anyone, anywhere, is a potential mass communicator. And with ease, one's voice can be heard around the world through a podcast.

 

Several in Paducah are taking to the virtual airwaves, reaching out to audiences both near and far.

 

Pantsuit Politics

 

LIFE, In A Nutshell

2016 November/December

Shannon Vetter Releases First Solo Album: A Review

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The name Shannon Vetter is so synonymous with music that it is nearly shocking to hear that his upcoming release, Rapid Cycle, is his first solo album. He's been associated with bands such as Solid Rock'it Boosters, Big Atomic, and Gideon's Rifle, but Rapid Cycle is such a personal album that these songs must bear his name alone.

 

Cold Case: Irby Hurt

2016 September/October

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