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Education

Hickman Co. Chamber Leadership Students get day of economic development
Students are dwarfed by stacks of stoves at local factory.
Hickman Co. Chamber Leadership Students get day of economic development
Hickman County High School Leadership students got a full day of economic development on Monday squeezed into three hours. The program, sponsored by the Hickman County Chamber of Commerce, Hickman County Schools and the Hickman County Extension Office, offers fifteen juniors a chance to see the world outside the classroom. Students not only take the traditional tour days offered by other leadership programs, they are expected to produce a presentation and a paper on a topic of interest to community leaders.
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Judges tour River Counties and talk to students
Judge Tim Langford, Justice Bill Cunningham, Judge Donna Dixon and Judge Shea Nickell on River Tour.
Judges tour River Counties and talk to students

Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham led a tour of the courthouses in the four river counties, Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton on Monday. Judge Cunningham was accompanied by Court of Appeals Judges Shea Nickell and Donna Dixon, both of Paducah and by Circuit Court Judge Tim Langford. The judges were greeted along the way by elected officials, lawyers and students.

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Graves Cheerleaders’ achievements draw attention of Japanese TV
Graves County High School Co-Ed Competition Cheerleading coach Jon Summerville and co-captain Jacqui Lopez talk to Japanese TV reporter Maiko Matsumato as videographer Tetsuya Yokogaki tapes the interview.
Graves Cheerleaders’ achievements draw attention of Japanese TV
A producer for a TV show “Chichin Puipui” (roughly translated as “Abracadabra”) on the Mainchi Broadcasting System of Osaka, Japan, searched the Internet to find an outstanding American high school cheerleading squad.

She was impressed that the Graves County team has won four of the past five national titles of the Universal Cheerleading Association and five of the last six championships of the Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors. So, the producer, based in southern California, and four other members of the show’s crew from Japan visited GCHS Monday, Jan. 31, to profile the life of a cheerleader and of the high school.

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Health & Wellness

Music for a Cause

A symphony concert March 19 at First Baptist Church will raise money for Western Baptist Hospital ’s new Neonatal Intensive Care unit to allow families to stay close to home when their newborns need specialized care.

The Western Baptist Hospital Foundation and the Paducah Symphony Orchestra are partnering in this unique “Music for a Cause” benefit.  The symphony will donate $5 from each ticket sold to the March 19 event, when patrons order tickets and mention the phrase “WBH Foundation.” 

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