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Drivers not paying their bridge tolls to get registration holds on their vehicles

Thousands of drivers in Kentucky and Indiana have paid tolls owed to the two states, via RiverLink, and will avoid having a hold placed on their vehicle registration. A registration hold is placed when a toll is not paid afte...

High on hemp: New crop slowly makes inroads with farmers

What Chad Elkins chose as a double crop for his northern Warren County farm this fall may be causing a few double takes because of its distinctive leaf structure. After his corn silage crop was harvested, Elkins opted to plan...

Kentucky State Police Arrest Two During Traffic Stop

Troopers with the Kentucky State Police Post 1 took two local people into custody for various drug charges on Tuesday, October 17th, following a traffic stop. Trooper J. Luckett stopped a passenger car around 11:00 p.m. in t...

Rick Pitino on trustees: 'They're not the University of Louisville'

Former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino took aim at board members at the University of Louisville in his first interview since the school fired him. Pitino, speaking with ESPN's Jay Bilas in a taped interview that aire...

Suspect arrested in Kevil shooting

A local man was arrested Thursday in the weekend shooting of a Kevil woman that hospitalized her in serious condition, McCracken County sheriff's deputies said. Spencer Forrest, 20, of Kevil was charged with first-degree assa...

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Dancin' Divas Hold Fundraiser for Norton Children's Hospital

Dancin' Divas Hold Fundraiser for Norton Children's Hospital
The rock n' roll themed event was held at Walker Hall Events Center and raised than $10,450 for the charity. The evening included a costume party for all ticket holders, cocktail hour with hors d'oeuvres, silent auction, and live dance performances by Dancin' Diva's, Paducah Dance Academy, Bella Luna Belly Dance, Paducah Quick Step Cloggers and The Future Dancin' Divas from the Anita Howell School of Dance.
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Paducah Cleanup Contractor surpasses 5 million safe hours

Paducah Cleanup Contractor surpasses 5 million safe hours
U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) prime cleanup contractor at the Paducah Site has recorded more than 5 million hours without a lost-time work injury since they began preparing the former gaseous diffusion plant for deactivation and demolition in July 2014.
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FNB BANK DONATES $1,000 TO MHS LINKS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

FNB BANK DONATES $1,000 TO MHS LINKS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Mayfield High School's LINKS Program is funded by the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. The federal grant is awarded to Kentucky schools that agree to design and implement after-school programs for students. There are currently 30 students on average that participate regularly in the program at MHS.

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Life Care welcomes Vance to the Therapy Department

Life Care welcomes Vance to the Therapy Department

Life Care Center of La Center is happy to welcome Mark Vance, Licensed Physical Therapist, to the therapy department. Mr. Vance received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Kentucky and his Doctorate Degree from the University of Des Moines. In addition to his education, Mr. Vance comes to Life Care with over 30 years of experience, in which many of those years were spent in private practice. During this time, Mr. Vance specialized in geriatrics, sports medicine and industrial medicine.

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victorious living

California Dreamin'

California Dreamin'

Almost five hours after the start of Game 5 of the National League Division Series, the Chicago Cubs made good on manager Joe Maddon's summer declaration to "Bring on the Dodgers!" Aided by some eighth-inning help from the Washington Nationals, the Cubbies held on tight for a 9-8 victory. They now advance to their third straight NL Championship Series against the Dodgers which begins this Saturday night in Los Angeles.

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The pain is more than I can bear

The pain is more than I can bear

He was SO mad. No matter what he did, he never felt as loved as his brother. This time it was no different. Maybe worse. The more he thought about it, the angrier he got. The only solution was to go talk to his brother. Tell him right up front how he felt about the matter and let him know how sick he was about being "second" when he was the first-born. Wasn't first-born children supposed to have an edge? Where was his edge?

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Outdoor Truths

Outdoor Truths

It's amazing how deer are transformed from summer to fall and winter. In the hot months my trail camera's pictures are of deer that look like they're about ready to die. Their hide is patchy with hair, ticks cover parts of their body, and you seemingly can count every rib on their frail frame. And while some do die from various issues related to the heat, most make it to the colder, more comfortable months.

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WHEN 'NO' IS NOT ENOUGH

WHEN 'NO' IS NOT ENOUGH

Teen years have always been hard going for both teens and parents alike. Parents try their best to prepare their kids for the many decisions they are faced with each and every day, but they regularly find that their authority and values begin to become undermined by their kids' peers and the media.

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