Visions + Viewpoints

A Fresh Look At LIFE

2018 March/April

Paducah Pioneers in Culture, Creativity, Innovation

2018 January/February

A Little Story About A Big Issue

2017 November/December

The Things That Matter

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As I sat in my pew on a February Sunday afternoon, I was witness to an insightful anecdote. The minister told a story about a small boy and his grandfather who, as they were strolling along a lonely stretch of ocean shoreline, found hundreds of stranded starfish left on the sandy beach to die. As the little boy encountered each one, he would gently pick it up and put it back into the rippling tide of the clear ocean water.

Visions & Viewpoints

2015 January/February

Scott Darnell

Executive Director

Paducah Economic Development


Through multiple degrees, professional certifications, years of career experience, and most importantly my role as a husband and father, what is the most important thing I’ve learned so far? I’ve learned that you should always LISTEN.

Rare Art Discovered Downtown

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The unexpected revelation of historical, advertisement artwork has created quite a stir in downtown Paducah.


It's All About Understanding

2014 September/October Edition

Travel begins with a question. The curious seeker's mind often remains unsettled as there is always another hill, another sea, another path. 


From the Editor: The Lights are Bright!

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They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway. And that’s a good thing!


The Investment of Travel

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Several years ago the editor of MORE Magazine wrote, “I assess my savings in multiples of plane tickets.” She had emptied her checking account at the age of 30 to witness the wildebeest migration across the Serengeti before she died. That’s how young she was – she thought she had to act fast.


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.



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