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KSP warns of counterfeit money

The Kentucky State Police are warning individuals and businesses to be on the lookout for counterfeit cash currently in circulation. According to a KSP news release, several 100- and 20-dollar bills have been passed in Webste...

New NICU dedicated at Paducah's Baptist Health

A lot of work went on Monday to transform the new $3.2 million John and Loree Eckstein Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Paducah's Baptist Health from a community showcase to a fully functioning medical facility. Hundred...

Volunteers needed in 37 Kentucky counties to review cases of children in foster care

Citizen Foster Care Review Boards in 37 Kentucky counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care and other out-of-home care. The boards are in need of volunteers to review ca...

Deputies arrest hit-and-run suspect

A 53-year-old man was arrested Monday for allegedly hitting a cyclist with his truck last month and fleeing the scene. Don K. Graves, a McCracken County resident, was arrested about 6:30 p.m. Monday at home. He is charged wit...

local business

Bourbon pours more than 15,000 jobs, $8.5 billion into Kentucky economy

Bourbon pours more than 15,000 jobs, $8.5 billion into Kentucky economy
Kentucky's bourbon industry is responsible for $8.5 billion in total economic output and between 15,000 and 17,500 jobs, according to a biennial study released Tuesday. The dollar figure is up $3 billion since 2008 and a $1 billion increase in two years, according to the study conducted by the University of Louisville's Urban Studies Institute and the Kentucky Distillers' Association.
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House GOP leaders paying $703,000 less for staff than Democrats did last year

House GOP leaders paying $703,000 less for staff than Democrats did last year
Kentucky House Speaker Jeff Hoover is spending about $703,000 less on pay for full-time office personnel than did his predecessor, Greg Stumbo. Hoover, a Jamestown lawyer who last month became Kentucky's first Republican speaker since 1921,
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Seven bills to watch in the Kentucky Senate this week

Seven bills to watch in the Kentucky Senate this week
The Kentucky General Assembly resumes its 2017 session Tuesday afternoon with an ambitious conservative agenda set by the state's newly unified Republican leadership. When lawmakers adjourned Jan. 7 for a monthlong break, they had just passed a flurry of bills establishing new restrictions on abortion
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Sisters & Friends now selling local honey

Sisters & Friends now selling local honey
He currently has 14 hives, which he says is just enough for his family and to sell some at his wife business. Ken is also a member of the Lake Barkley Beekeepers Association.
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victorious living

Up and Down

Up and Down

Sometimes our spiritual lives are up and down. We can experience something like a spiritual roller coaster ride - especially when we're driven by our feelings. As we grow up in Christ, we learn with more tenacity to trust the facts of our salvation - what Jesus has already done for us (John 10:27-28; Philippians 1:6) - but sometimes that's not so easy in the moment (either up, down, or moving at warp speed in either direction).

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Outdoor Truths

Outdoor Truths

Turkey hunting on the other hand amounts to knowing where the turkeys are and being able to call them close enough to shoot. That's it! And thank God for it! Easier said than done; but simple. It's like taking something that is otherwise hard, and even pressure filled, and making it easy. I like that, and I guess that's why I look forward to this season.

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