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Businesses urged to prepare for eclipse crowds

It's an event that could rival Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus for the "Greatest Show on Earth" title -- the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse that will sweep across 14 states, including 10 Kentucky counties. With ...

Falling gas prices to fuel holiday trips

While the July 4 holiday is approaching, no major fireworks are expected at the gas pump as the average price of fuel continues to drop locally and nationally. Average retail gasoline prices in Kentucky have fallen 0.5 cents ...

Kentucky State Police Remember Trooper Eric Chrisman on Second Anniversary

Today, on the 2nd anniversary of the fatal collision, KSP gathered with the Chrisman family and fellow law enforcement family to place a wreath in remembrance of Trooper Chrisman's life and sacrifice. The wreath has "Everyon...

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Heath High School memorial to be relocated

Heath High School memorial to be relocated

"We want the parents and all the relatives of those students to know," Shelby said, "that they have not been forgotten by the community or by the school board."

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McCracken Sheriff says Paducah is target for recent scam

McCracken Sheriff says Paducah is target for recent scam

"We believe that these scammers are disguising themselves as a law enforcement agency because they believe it will get people's attention," Hayden said, "but a legitimate law enforcement or government agency does not operate in that way."

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What makes Kentucky Kentucky? Here are some ideas. What are yours?

What makes Kentucky Kentucky? Here are some ideas. What are yours?

As we celebrate our 225th year as the 15th state in the union, the Kentucky Historical Society is sending people to communities from Pikeville to Hickman to ask a simple question: What makes Kentucky Kentucky? This "listening tour" is based on a premise that seems especially true in Kentucky: The better you understand the past, the better prepared you are to face the challenges of the present and future.

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victorious living

OUTDOOR TRUTHS

OUTDOOR TRUTHS

I was given the picture of what it really meant to trust God with a child-like faith.

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Singing at the Lakes

Singing at the Lakes

Just before folks began to gather on the lawn, puffy clouds far ahead of Tropical Storm Cindy coalesced overhead, blocking the most direct sunlight and dropping the temps by at least 5 degrees - accompanied by a gentle breeze off the water. A perfect and unexpected surprise on the first day of summer! The outdoor venue was absolutely breathtaking.

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The Gift you'll be glad you gave

The Gift you'll be glad you gave

The Bible says it is God, not us, who chooses the gifts (1 Corinthians 12:28-31 and 1 Corinthians 14:12-13). God knows what gift we need in the sphere we live in and he knows life will lead us to certain places where those gifts will be necessary. Gifts are distributed according to God's choosing because we may want a gift that we never have an opportunity to use. God gives gifts so that every function of the body is useful.

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What If You Could Live Life Over?

What If You Could Live Life Over?

"If there are things I would change if I could relive my past, then what am I doing today that I will want to relive and change 10 years from now?"

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Sports

Seventh inning surge lifts Chiefs over Miners

Seventh inning surge lifts Chiefs over Miners

Both teams went scoreless in the 8th inning but the Miners attempted a rally in the 9th, starting with a walk by an unidentified batter, then base hits by Brooks and Carignan, plus a triple by Richard drove 3 runs across the plate before the final outs were made, giving the Chiefs a 12-6 victory.

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