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West Kentucky Community and Technical College opened its University of Louisville dental clinic last week, and it has already seen a number of patients.

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In high school, there are several paths for graduates to take. Many go to college, others join the military or find a job locally or elsewhere.

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Kentucky State Police have arrested two men in connection with a deadly shooting in Graves County in August.Enrique “Dane” Dec-oursey, 32, of Smyrna, Tennessee, was arrested and charged with murder on Tuesday, authorities said. Decoursey, who is a truck driver, is currently in Maryland await…

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The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today.

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The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today.

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Recently approved legislation in Illinois regarding carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants could have an impact on Paducah Power System — but not until 2035 at the earliest.

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City officials talked Tuesday about the Touchdowns and Tunes festival that took place Labor Day weekend, with Mayor George Bray calling it a “very positive event,” while acknowledging complaints about the volume level.

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At least most of the school districts in and around the Jackson Purchase area will continue to have students, staff and visitors wear masks after the Kentucky Board of Education’s mask mandate expires on Thursday.

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PRINCETON — The Black Patch Festival returned over the weekend. The Princeton Optimist Club has organized the festival for the past 51 years, and on Friday and Saturday the festival entertained and enriched the Princeton community.

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The Agenda is a listing of government meetings today.

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Kennedy Garatt is fascinated by biology and how species interact with their environment, such as how whales communicate, or how sea turtles can return to the same beach they were born at to lay their eggs. So, naturally, she’s eyeing a future career in conservation.

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Paducah Power System approved a service agreement Monday to supply power to its first customer under the utility’s newly-established interruptible rate program, a blockchain company which manufactures cryptocurrency mining rigs.

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Paducah Tilghman High School will host the West Kentucky College Expo from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21 in the PTHS gymnasium.

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Officials at the Woodlands Nature Station within Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area said Artemis, the resident bald eagle at the facility, died due to natural causes on Sept.7 after 45 years of life and 34 years educating the general public.

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SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said Monday that it successfully tested newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, the first known testing activity in months, underscoring how the country continues to expand its military capabilities amid a stalemate in nuclear negotiation…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — First, some blamed the deadly Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol on left-wing antifa antagonists, a theory quickly debunked. Then came comparisons of the rioters to peaceful protesters or even tourists.

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When the Twin Towers were attacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001, President George W. Bush was sitting in a classroom at Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida, reading “The Pet Goat” to second-graders when White House Chief of Staff Andy Card came in to inform the president…

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The Paducah Sun reporters sought to localize coverage of the terrorist attacks that devastated the nation on Sept. 11, 2001. The Sun collected some of these reports to give readers an idea of how Paducah and the surrounding area were impacted by the attacks.

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The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce has unveiled a new brand which will encompass all of its leadership programs and lead to the development of new initiatives.

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The annual Paducah Bank Teen of the Week series returns Tuesday with even more stories to share about the many talented high school seniors in the area.

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Meatloaf is a 4-year-old terrier mix at the McCracken County Humane Society, 4000 Coleman Road. He is neutered, current on shots and microchipped. He tested negative for heartworm. Meatloaf would be a great addition to a home and he's sweet and full of energy. He just needs time and attentio…

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The number of COVID-19 cases among children of school age — 4 to 18 — in McCracken County has lessened compared with the month of August, but not by much.

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Most people, who are old enough to really remember, know exactly where they were 20 years ago, on Sept. 11, 2001, when hijacked airliners crashed into the World Trade Center, and what would become a national tragedy in New York City, at The Pentagon and in a field in southern Pennsylvania.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — When news came that a 20-year-old Wyoming soldier was one of the last casualties of the two-decade-long U.S. war in Afghanistan, it arrived as a tragic bookend: A 20-year-old soldier from Wyoming was among the first to die in the same war.

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NEW YORK (AP) — He will again make the ritual journey to sacred American landmarks of loss. He will once more bow his head in silent prayer. He will repeat words of comfort for those whose lives changed forever on that brilliant September day two decades ago.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Two decades after the collapse of the World Trade Center, people are still coming forward to report illnesses that might be related to dust that billowed over the city after the terror attack.

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MONROE, La. (AP) — Kathy Spurlock, an award-winning journalist who served as editor of several newspapers in Louisiana and Mississippi, died Friday after a long illness.

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The wound still runs deep for American citizens. The country experienced horrific losses on Sept. 11, 2001, when thousands perished in the attack on the World Trade Center towers.

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The Agenda is a listing of government meetings on Monday.

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• Central Elementary School SBDM — meeting, 4 p.m., Monday, CES conference room, Draffenville.

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Kuttawa-based author Lawrence Weill was selected to join the 2021 Kentucky Book Festival in Lexington on Nov. 6 to share his most recent publication, “Silas LaMontaie.”

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky lawmakers grabbed the quarterback role to direct the response to COVID-19, but when it came time to lead, the GOP-led legislature “punted” the decision on mask-wearing in schools to local boards, Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear said Friday.

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Millions of eyes stared unblinking at the news the morning of 9/11 as footage from Ground Zero flooded onto their TV screens, and who knows how many fingers flew over the newsprint later that day, the next morning, and in the days to come.