J.T. Crawford

With Waylon, Willie, And The Boys

2015 November/December

"Hey pretty boy in your cowboy hat, you couldn't hit country with a baseball bat. Country ain't just about where you're at. It's about bein' true to what's inside." -Shooter Jennings

 

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.

 

Model Citizen

2015 November/December

John Dunaway surveys the land of his creation. There's the countryside, lush and green. To his right, a quaint town blooms on the edge of a vast prairie. At the opposite end, rocky hills rise up above a water-fall generated lake.

 

Huge Happiness On A Small Scale

2015 November/December

Trains elicit a spirit of magic, enchanting within us our innate love of exploration and freedom. Bill Harris witnesses the love of trains every day. As owner of Classic Trains in Paducah, he deals in locomotive nostalgia of the minor scale.

 

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.

 

From Performance To Performer

2015 September/October

Some of us know Craig Carter as a consummate, education professional dedicated to improving the performance of academics in the state. As the KEA Director for Kentucky's first district, he spends his weekdays in the halls and offices of our school systems, assessing and fixing problems, moving the education of our children forward.

 

Smoke, Sauce, & Solidarity

2015 September/October

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?

 

Sing A Song Of Paducah - The Songwriters

2015 September/October

In our May/June issue, we asked you to put your feelings for Paducah in song and submit them for our Sing A Song Of Paducah contest. You did not disappoint! We posted six of them on Facebook and asked our followers to vote. After a month of listening and deliberation, you chose our winner: J.D. Wilkes with his song Paducah, Jewel on the Ohio.

 

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.

 

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