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Gibson EMC's Change for the Community program donated $10,000 to local charities. Senior centers, food banks, youth programs and the Hickman County Historical and Genealogical Society picked up their awards on Wednesday, August 3rd.
All participants agreed that their needs are great and resources small.
Hickman County programs received
This year's Picnic is shaping up to be a quiet one on the Dem side and a victory dance for the GOP.
(Paducah, Ky.) July 20, 2016 -- Baptist Health Paducah has achieved Pathway to Excellence® designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), recognizing its positive work environment where nurses can excel.
MURRAY, Ky. -- Murray State University has been distinguished as a "2016 Great College to Work For" by The Chronicle of Higher Education after receiving top ratings from employees on collaborative governance and confidence in senior leadership. This marks the seventh year since 2009 that the school has been recognized.
A local church told members that they must vote a certain way or leave.
(Clinton KY) - Members of the Mayfield/Graves County Historical Society took a field trip to Hickman County today, visiting the Hickman County Historical Society and the Hickman County Museum. The historians, several of whom had Hickman roots, perused marriage and school records.
Hickman County history and the battle of Columbus-Belmont are the focus of the Jackson Purchase Historical Society meeting Saturday, July 16, in Clinton, Kentucky.
.....Dr. Gregory Barnes of the University of Louisville testified about his research into the effectiveness of cannabidiol, known as CBD, in epilepsy.
"It might not only represent a compound that is anti-seizure in character but also a compound that improves behaviors and cognition," said Barnes. "I think that is a very important point for the committee to understand."
MURRAY, Ky. -- Murray State University has announced a new partnership with the Peace Corps that will offer students a unique combination of undergraduate coursework and community service that prepares them for an international career. Murray State is the first academic institution in the state of Kentucky to offer the Peace Corps Prep program.
(Frankfort, KY)- Governor Matt Bevin is no fan of government regulation. The former hedge fund manager and heir to a Connecticut bell factory, Bevin has dealt with government oversight his whole career in the private sector. As Kentucky's governor, he has the opportunity to strike back against what he calls "red tape of excessive and complex regulatory burdens" that hamper business growth in the Commonwealth.
On Thursday, the Historical Properties Advisory Commission will discuss both Jefferson Davis and Nettie Depp. Is there a possibility that Depp, a Kentucky woman and accomplished educator could take Davis' place in the Rotunda?
Paducah will celebrate the 4th of July "Live on the River" from 4 - 10 p.m. Monday
Music, kids events and magic.
And fireworks, of course.
For the schedule, follow the jump.
Murray will again celebrate Freedom Fest this weekend - events include a parade at 9:30 on the morning of the 4th followed that evening by a fireworks display sponsored by Briggs & Stratton.
For the schedule, follow the jump.
UNION CITY, TN- Discovery Park of America has learned that Popes Rides and Concessions will not be setting up on the Great Lawn for the 4th of July weekend as planned. "This is an unfortunate change of plans," said CEO Jim Rippy. "However, we have contracted with a couple of different inflatable vendors to set up their bounce houses, obstacle courses and basketball goals on the Great Lawn throughout the weekend." Rippy went on to add that there will be no additional charge for children to enjoy the inflatables and train rides on the Great Lawn, they will be free with park admission.
Follow the jump for the schedule.
Governor Bevin today appointed ten new members to new U of L Board of Trustees. The new Board will have 13 members. In addition to the ten appointed today will be one faculty representative, one staff representative and one student representative.
For a list of the new members, follow the link.
SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (June 14, 2016) - Yesterday, a 23-year-old Washington State man pled guilty to charges stemming from a five vehicle crash, leaving one dead, in Shelby County in May of 2015...
...According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 10 percent of fatal crashes, 18 percent of injury crashes and 16 percent of all police-reported motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2014 were reported as distraction-affected crashes.
...research has shown that taxpayers receive a high average return on investments in high-quality early childhood education, with savings in areas like improved educational outcomes, increased labor productivity, and a reduction in crime.
Yet, preschool teachers are paid less than mail order clerks, tree trimmers and pest control workers. Child care workers make less than hairdressers and janitors. In fact, most early childhood educators earn so little that they qualify for public benefits, including for the very programs they teach targeting low-income families.
MADD Camp is a weeklong camp for middle schoolers. A joint project of Hickman County Schools, Hickman County Extension and the Hickman County Arts Council, the program is free.
Breakfast, lunch and bus transport available to eligible students.
Graves County School District received more than $97,000 in utility rebates, the majority through TVA, as a result of its partnership with Harshaw Trane.
Last Thursday was a banner day for mail carrier Marie Edwards. It was her last day as a Clinton mail carrier. With her retirement, Marie joins 9,999 other baby boomers who retired that day, according to AARP.
SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (June 2, 2016) -- The Kentucky Hunger Task Force began its search for innovative solutions to reduce food insecurity in the Commonwealth during its first meeting Thursday at Gallrein Farms in Shelby County. The Hunger Task Force is a product of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's first-ever Hunger Initiative.
Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture Dean Tony Brannon is among those on the Task Force. For a full list, follow the jump.
PADUCAH, KY (June 1, 2016) - Cake Decorating Course 1 Building Buttercream Skills, a community education favorite at West Kentucky Community and Technical College is back with a special one-day course June 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the college's Emerging Technology Center Cyber Café.
Governor Bevin announced the launch of a dual credit program in all 173 Kentucky school districts. The program will be solely funded from the Kentucky Lottery fund.
Beginning the 2017-2018 school year, any senior can be approved for dual credit.
Is it possible that even die-hard Hillary Clinton Democrats might end up grudgingly grateful for Bernie Sanders?
She's still the all-but-certain presidential nominee. But he could be the party's Plan B if it turns out there's really something to the Clinton email "scandal."
Naturally, the Clinton campaign is downplaying that state department inspector general's report which castigated her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. Predictably, Trump has stepped up calling her "Crooked Hillary."
A lot of Democratic rank-and-filers, including this union card-packing Sanders supporter, are of the we're 'Voting Blue No Matter Who'" persuasion. Though some of us Feel the Bern and others sport "Hillary for America" buttons, we're all getting behind whoever wins the nomination.
Right now, we're worried...
(Mayfield, KY) - Mayfield's popular Summer Music Fest is back!
The summer concert series will kick-off this Saturday, June 4th with the popular Donovan Woods One-Man-Show!
Woods will perform from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m on the courthouse lawn. The concert is free, so bring a chair, bring a friend, bring the family.
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