They Make You Feel Like Dancin’

2013 September/October Edition

A Look Back Into the Future

2013 September/October Edition


2013 September/October Edition

The Art of Making the Dead Come to Life

2013 September/October Edition

"Dude, you look awful!" says David Paris as he examines the face of Corey Thomas. "Really, you look like crap… just bad. And I mean that in the best of ways!"


Corey grabs a mirror and peers at his reflection. "Oh yeah, that's awesome!"


"Man, you disgust me!" laughs David.


They're Coming to Get You, Paducah!

2013 September/October Edition

Remembering the Tornado

2013 July/August Edition

Ralph Cooper will sit on the sidelines but remember the gridiron of days gone by at the 100th playing of the Tilghman/Mayfield football game this fall.      


Ralph Cooper expected to help the Tilghman football team make it three wins in a row over Mayfield on Turkey Day, 1944.     


More Men Join Nursing Field as Stigma Starts to Fade

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Lexy Gross, a contributor to PADUCAH LIFE Magazine, has been selected as one of 17 national collegiate correspondents by USA TODAY. Here is one of her articles which recently appeared on the USA TODAY website.


Lexy Gross, The Tennessean

Scouts salute “broad stripes and bright stars”

2013 July/August Edition

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 those who participate in the U.S. Flag Holiday Fundraiser.

Art From the Heart

2013 July/August Edition

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. She offers something more than a pleasant chat on the front porch and a tall glass of lemonade. She is as colorful in her folk art as she is at enchanting audiences with the stories she tells about her life growing up in the south and tales of her adventures as an artist living out west. 

H.O.R.S.E.S. Saddle up for an inspiring ride!

2013 July/August Edition

Brandon Holder’s team of volunteers helps him out of the wheelchair and positions him on Cappy, the horse he will ride today. It takes a wide Velcro strap and a back brace to hold Holder in place. The 19-year-old, who deals with arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder characterized by stiff joints and abnormally developed muscles, has a smile the size of Texas on his face. Holder, who loves all things horse-related, comes to Carson Park every week from Benton to ride with H.O.R.S.E.S. The non-profit group “Helps Others Reach Success using Equine Services.” Joy and Bill Winebarger launched this therapeutic riding program in 2005.


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