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City Block construction began Monday for an 81-room boutique hotel in downtown Paducah.

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Barkley Regional Airport's new passenger terminal is set to open around early June, according to officials.

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The Paducah City Commission voted Tuesday to disband the 911 Communication Services Oversight Committee, formed early last year to address ailing emergency equipment. The move follows a similar one by the McCracken County Fiscal Court on Monday.

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The Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization discussed Thursday the 10,000 tons of nickel sitting at the U.S. Department of Energy Paducah site.

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The Paducah City Commission voted Tuesday to remove Commissioner David Guess after a nearly four-hour public hearing regarding the “racially insensitive” texts Guess sent on Election Day.

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The Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization discussed Thursday the 10,000 tons of nickel sitting at the U.S. Department of Energy Paducah site.

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The Paducah City Commission voted Tuesday to remove Commissioner David Guess after a nearly four-hour public hearing regarding the “racially insensitive” texts Guess sent on Election Day.

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The city approved a contract Tuesday night for legal representation at next Tuesday’s public hearing related to the recent misconduct charge against Commissioner David Guess and his potential removal.

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The Paducah-McCracken County NAACP’s 33rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 16, with a “History Has Its Eye On You” theme.

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The United Steelworkers Union (USW) Local 8-550 chapter is offering free radiological control technician (RCT) training, starting Tuesday, March 7.

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The Barkley Regional Airport Authority discussed updating its master plan on Tuesday.

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Temps return to highs in the 50s this week after a weekend cold wave and two inches of snow — the region’s first white Christmas since 2010.

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CALVERT CITY — CC Metals & Alloys (CCMA) has announced donations to three regional charities offering families food support, crisis assistance and disability services during the holidays.

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David Guess’ public hearing is set for Jan. 17, with the city commissioner refusing to resign last week at the Paducah City Commission’s request.

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An ongoing housing project is renovating a fire-damaged building and expanding available downtown real estate.

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The Paducah City Commission on Thursday night approved an amended development agreement for City Block, the multi-phase development project on the property between Broadway and Second, Jefferson and North Water Streets.

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The Paducah City Commission voted to charge Commissioner David Guess with misconduct Thursday night, after he refused the commission’s request that he resign in the wake of texts which recently emerged that were deemed to include “language with racial overtones.”

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The novel “Quilt City Murders” stitched a mystery into Paducah last February. The sequel, “Quilt City: Panic in Paducah,” also features narrator Hadley Carroll, a character resonating with readers.

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While the Paducah City Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday to consider the possible removal of a sitting board member, there appears to be no similar case involving a city commissioner in recent Paducah history.

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The Paducah-McCracken County NAACP released a brief statement Thursday on recent text messages Paducah City Commissioner David Guess sent another city employee that leaders deemed racially insensitive.

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The Paducah City Commission is weighing whether or not to remove member David Guess after racially insensitive text messages sent last month came to light.

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Tuesday, the inaugural flight of Barkley Regional Airport’s new Paducah to Charlotte, North Carolina, air service officially begins.

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Paducah city commissioners approved a motion to release a 911 system request for proposals on Tuesday sans any altered language on the partnership with McCracken County.

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Paducah’s downtown merchants are drawing customers in several ways, including turning the mayor into a 12-inch-tall doll hiding in various stores.

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Local retailers expect pre-pandemic crowd numbers this year on Black Friday, despite persistent reminders of a new normal.

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The newly reelected Robert “Buz” Smith — again Paducah city commissioner after six terms ending in 2008 — has several plans, but one saying.

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The Paducah-based company ViWinTech Windows & Doors will soon demolish a long-decided “eyesore” property purchased in May for facility expansion.

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During closing comments at Tuesday night’s Paducah City Commission meeting, Commissioner Carol Gault referenced Monday’s 911 meeting that discussed payment options to improve the outdated emergency radio system.

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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul visited Paducah Monday with a stop at Midwest Aviation to read his midterms forecast of a “Red tsunami” and the bemoaning of pundits.

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All 20 recent graduates of an area program are working or soon starting at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Paducah site — a rapid hire pipeline marking a local need for skilled workers.

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The Paducah-McCracken County Senior Center is signing a $1 million Community Block Development Grant for expansion and soon fundraising more than usual.

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Though not entirely explicit, some artistic details could reward observant travelers who stroll through Barkley Regional Airport next spring.

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On Monday, the Barkley Regional Airport Authority approved artists Russel Bash and Nikki May of Paducah and Guy Kemper of Versailles — a Murray State University alumnus — for featured work in the new terminal.

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During Tuesday’s board of education meeting, Paducah Public School officials discussed minority teacher retention.

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A Trigg County intersection at US 68-KY 139 has fallen from 32 police-reported crashes over two years to three collisions.

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CEO Matt Chaifetz spoke Thursday at the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Power in Partnership breakfast on how diversifying has helped Contour Aviation thrive in a pandemic market.

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During Tuesday’s Paducah City Commission meeting, Mayor George Bray spoke on work beginning that day to demolish part of the Katterjohn building on Broadway Street.

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The Delta Regional Authority has approved a $1.7 million grant to fund an ongoing Paducah-McCracken County Joint Sewer Line extension project to Barkley Regional Airport.

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Paducah has met its Sept. 30 obligation of funds deadline for a $10.4 million Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant — a big haul for the riverfront.

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Barkley Regional Airport officials who participated in the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s recent D.C. Fly-In provided an update to Airport Authority board members at Monday’s meeting.

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A planned Paducah City Commission update at Tuesday night’s meeting on the progress of renovating the Robert Cherry Civic Center was derailed after a semi truck crashed into the building earlier that morning.