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Pieces of a Nation

Pieces of a Nation

When sisters, Margaret Love and Eliza Anne B. Love, began cutting out fabric and piecing together quilt squares in 1860, they knew they were preparing something special, something for the future. Both young women waited in anticipation of their...

Scouts salute “broad stripes and bright stars”

Scouts salute “broad stripes and bright stars”

You may have seen them recently on Flag Day. Or, maybe you saw them out and about on Memorial Day. Regardless of when or where it might be, it’s hard to miss the teams of Boy Scouts from Troop 1 that place 153 American flags in local yards of...

A new door opens for the Paducah Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club

A new door opens for the Paducah Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club

The Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club of Paducah has been a vital force in the Paducah-McCracken County community for over sixty years. It began with a dream of Oscar M. Cross, a probation officer, who saw a need for young men to set higher goals for...

A Grassfed Grassroots Vision

A Grassfed Grassroots Vision

It’s funny how things work out sometimes. In fact, events in my life have gone so counter to expectation over the years that I have come to embrace the belief that our strengths often become our weakness and our weakness our strength. What...

EPHEMERA PADUCAH is the CENTER for the  everyday artist

EPHEMERA PADUCAH is the CENTER for the everyday artist

Kristin Williams arrived on the streets of Paducah as an economic developer to create more corporate activity for her new hometown. She then crafted a relationship with John Williams, Jr. that led to a marriage of 13+ years. And for many companies...

Art From the Heart

Art From the Heart

Gay Speirbhain has traveled all over, in both location and imagination. A Tennessee native and 50-year resident of New Mexico, Gay has made a delightful addition to Paducah’s creative community. But don’t let her southern charm fool you...

More Than a Building

More Than a Building

The New Paducah Middle School reminds us of what it means to work for the common good