On Broadway

2019 November/December

A Dog's Life

2019 September/October

Comfort Food

2019 May/June

When Marsha Millay took the job as Nutritional Services Coordinator at Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center, she was admittedly a little nervous about it. She’d begun her career years earlier in the Army serving as a chef in a headquarters company (a company-sized military unit) and then moved to Kentucky to work at a senior living center.


Lives in Transition

2019 May/June

Paducah Public Schools Tackle the Problem of Homelessness, Putting Students and Families on the Path to Success


A Spectacular Spring For Dogwoods

2019 May/June

The Greatest Show $11 Can Buy

2019 March/April

$11 doesn’t seem go very far nowadays—unless it is applied to a general admission ticket to the CFSB Center to view the Murray State’s men’s basketball team. Then, that $11 almost always includes a myriad of guarantees.


Paducah Schools Introduce Innovation Hub

2019 January/February

An Education for LIFE

A Look at Paducah Public Schools’ Coming Innovation Hub


Wanderings: Hazel Kentucky

2019 January/February

Everyday Rarity - Days of Bread

2019 January/February

Ask Giuseppe Biagini what everyone needs to know about the International Traditional Knowledge Institute, the Italy-based organization with which he’s associated, and he’s quick with his own question, “How much time have you got?”


Get More Out Of LIFE At The Library!

2019 January/February

If one were to pluck problems like weeds from the soil of life, exposing the unseen roots feeding the thorns above, ignorance would be exposed as the footing of most troubles. Knowledge, therefore, is the weeding tool needed to nourish a verdant and varied garden of the mind and soul. And the gardening sheds with the sharpest and most superior tools are our public libraries.



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