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Schools across America and the world are struggling to provide in person learning in the face of the Delta variant of the coronavirus. Children under 12 are not cleared to take the vaccine and resistance remains high in Kentucky.
Paducah Public Schools just published its plan to adjust to local, state, and national COVID rates throughout the 2021-22 school year. To see the plan to reopen, follow the jump.
Each Kentucky project will receive $50,000 to continue efforts to preserve these historical sites that represent African American history and culture in the commonwealth. The funding will enhance each project's ability to serve as a tourism attraction in its community. The historic sites that will receive funding in Kentucky are: Cherokee State Park (Kenlake State Park), Hotel Metropolitan (Paducah) and Palmer Pharmacy (Lexington)
Masks recommended indoors for all children under 12, unvaccinated Kentuckians 12 and older
...Governor recommended the following:
- School districts should require all unvaccinated students and unvaccinated adults to wear a mask when in classrooms and other indoor school settings;
- School districts should require all students under 12 years of age to wear a mask when in classrooms and other indoor school settings; and
- School districts wishing to optimize safety and minimize risk of educational and athletic disruption should require all students and all adults to wear a mask while in classrooms and other indoor school settings.
Graves County Dems are changing from their early morning eggs, biscuits, gravy and politics event to something new. Not so early in the morning this year with local musicians and poets entertaining.
KY Dem Chair Colmon Elridge will be moderating.
Governor Beshear Announces Funding for Riverport Improvements
Five riverports awarded $500,000 in grants for critical repairs, equipment
The 15th Annual Alben Barkley Democratic Dinner will be Thursday, August 5, 2021 in Walker Hall in Paducah. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $40 each.
For more information, read the story..
Atomic Veterans served our Nation with distinction, but their service came at a great cost. Many developed health conditions due to radiation exposure, yet because they were not able to discuss the nature of their service...
Editor's Note: Honoring Atomic Veterans is a great remembrance for those soldiers who suffered and died unsung for their contribution to America's defense.
There is another group that also suffered in silence. The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant was one of several facilities in the United States that injured workers
In case you are wondering, a Quisling is one who betrays a trust or an allegiance. A hypocrite is a person who acts in contradiction to stated beliefs.
Let's see if we can figure out what Rand Paul really believes.
Four Rivers Indivisible showed up at 100 Fountain Avenue in Paducah on Tuesday, July 6th at the building housing Senator Mitch McConnell's Purchase office. The group was participating in a nationwide Indivisible action to move the US Senate to pass the For the People Voting Rights Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
PADUCAH, Ky. (July 9, 2021) - On Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced a $200,000 award to help the CenterPoint Recovery Center for Men address the continuing need for substance use disorder residential treatment in McCracken County.
MURRAY, Ky. (July 9, 2021) - On Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear congratulated the Murray State University (MSU) Hutson School of Agriculture, which has partnered with Sunway Energy Solutions, based in Murray, and GREE Electric Appliances, based in Zhuhai, China, to build a solar HVAC system on the University West Farm.
Just past the turn off from Highway 22 coming into Union City, Tenn. now lies the remains of a giant. Its death took place on Highway 123 between Union City Tennessee and Cayce, Kentucky ( population 128).
Former Kentucky state representative Charles Booker announced on July 1st he'll be running to unseat Senator Rand Paul in 2022.
The negative attacks have already begun.
2034: A Novel of the Next World War
by Admiral James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman
Authors Ackerman and Stravridis, in their techno naval thriller, "2034: A Novel of the Next World War" manage to come full circle to Alfred Thayer Mahan's global perspective of using great power to confront great power.
In a farming world, the name John Deere means life or death. With its product line of heavy and light equipment, farmers can plow, treat and harvest vast acreages with far fewer laborer...
After 27 years of marriage, Bill and Melinda French Gates are ending their marriage. Reports of their dividing up assets revealed that John Deere stock is part of their portfolio.
On a recent morning, in the small town of Clinton, Ky. the sunshine was just breaking through the trees and leaves of a promising May morning. Having just enjoyed the thrill of my first cup of morning coffee upon the front porch, I took in the beauty unfolding before me.
At first, my mind did not register the fact that there was no water flowing. From the faucet, just a sound forming a cloud of nothingness. It took a whole 3 seconds for the enjoyment and good feeling from that first cup of coffee, to be blown away with the realization that there was no water. The well was not working.
Apologies to those who read this site faithfully over twelve years we've been publishing only to wonder if we had located to another planet when year 13 rolled around...
...my heart wasn't in writing. What used to keep me in the office until the light faded outside and Ivan was calling to see if I had been mugged dissipated like a Kentucky April snowfall. There were few news reports I felt like adding one more word to write about.
The Year of the Plague made it worse. When we did go out, we went masked and fearful. Scrubbing our hands with sanitizer and avoiding human touch. Why in the hell would I want to write about that?
Historian Berry Craig will be at the Historical & Genealogical Society on S. Washington Street in Clinton at 10:00 a.m on June 12th to discuss his new book, Kentuckians and Pearl Harbor.
The event is free and open to the public.
Governor Beshear signed SB 128 into law this past week.
Is its purpose academic or athletic? Or both?
To implement or not is now left up to public and nonpublic schools across the Commonwealth. And the deadline to decide is fast approaching.
The Hickman County Historical & Genealogical Society is once again drawing attention to the accomplishments of ladies in our local area.
The Red Cross women volunteers provided many services in our county across the years. Many served as "Gray Ladies" at our local Clinton/Hickman County Hospital.
The Gray Lady service was a Red Cross volunteer women's organization which was begun in 1918.
The "Big Lie" that the election was "stolen" from Donald J. Trump is only the most recent lie spread on cable shows, the internet, and radio that have given so many a crazy sense of reality...
One would think that a Capitol Hill seditious insurrection and 500,000+ COVID deaths would force corporate advertisers to react to their advertising/underwriting of such dangerous lies.
We have a long way to go in curing the disease of spreading lies in traditional media, big social media sites, and the darkest corners of the web...
FRANKFORT - Legislation addressing sexual offenses committed by police officers while on duty passed the Kentucky Senate today by a 35-0 vote.
The measure, known as Senate Bill 52, would amend third-degree rape, third-degree sodomy and second-degree sexual abuse statutes so law enforcement officers could be charged with those crimes if they engage in sexual acts with a person under investigation, in custody or under arrest. A loophole in the current statutes excludes law enforcement officials, according to testimony from a committee hearing on the bill earlier this month.
PADUCAH, KY (Feb. 18, 2021)- - Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 1 Snow-Fighters are taking on round 3 of an extended snow and ice event. Many of the region's counties received 2 to 3 inches of snow overnight.
This past year has been turbulent, filled with lies and a devastating pandemic. Underlying this has been political division, made worse by a total breakdown in civil, civic conversations.
The Trump impeachment trial was Democrat's pursuing legal, constitutional truth and Republicans supporting lies and bogus technicalities with yet again an acquittal to impeachment.
Where do we go from here?..
If a conviction of a seditious president does not happen, House and Senate Democrats may push for a censure resolution to bar former President Donald Trump from holding future office(s) over his role in the U.S. Capitol riot.
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