Movies get can lost if they don't find an audience. They get forgotten as time and the industry moves on. That's what happened to "Scary Movie."
West Kentucky Community and Technical College and the University of Louisville announced a memorandum of understanding Thursday that will bring a U of L School of Dentistry clinic to the WKCTC campus, beginning as early as this summer.
First District U.S. Rep. James Comer will speak at today's WAVE (West Kentucky Alliance for a Vibrant Economy) AG partnership luncheon about agriculture, economic development and other issues affecting the region.
Seth Duncan is in his third year in the carpentry program at the Mayfield-Graves County Area Technology Center, taking an activity he shared with his grandfather and building it into a career.
The Community Foundation of West Kentucky is accepting grant applications from area nonprofit organizations which provide services in the areas of community art, educational attainment, health awareness, children's program, social services and community improvement.
According to my gardening journal records, "The January Thaw" has ended and we now are into winter, albeit, milder than normal so far. That is good news for us, as fuel bills should be less and no deep snow or ice.
There's a lot going on beneath the folky dreaminess of "Allegoria" -- a new album from Murray-based singer-songwriter Melanie A. Davis.
Gov. Andy Beshear announced Wednesday that Paducah and Somerset would be the next cities to offer Real ID licenses, a secure form of identification that would allow holders onto domestic flights and military installations.
A field representative of U.S. Rep. James Comer will host office hours in Benton next week in an effort to help residents with federal casework issues. The representative, Martie Wiles, will be at the Marshall County Courthouse in downtown Benton from 9-10 a.m. Tuesday.
For eight participants in the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read Paducah creative writing contest, it was a pleasure to burn up their keyboards in writing short stories and poems based on the opening and closing lines of this year's Big Read book, "Fahrenheit 451."
Dear Annie: Every December, my ex-mother-in-law organizes a holiday party for all of the women from her side of the family. It's a fancy dinner, and they have a $15 Secret Santa gift exchange.
MURRAY -- More than 21/2 years after they were charged, three National Guardsmen accused of various sexual crimes pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges Tuesday.
PRINCETON -- Princeton native, student and teacher Sheila Smith-Anderson greeted the audience at Central Presbyterian Church on Monday with a hearty "Hello, Princeton!" as the guest speaker at the fifth annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.
FRANKFORT -- On Jan. 3, the longest serving commissioner in KSP history was reappointed to serve once again. The announcement from Gov. Andy Beshear came just days into the New Year and brought Rodney Brewer out of retirement to take the lead of an agency he has a 33-year history with.
WPSD Local 6 News Director Perry Boxx (from left), retired Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham and WPSD reporter Shamarria Morrison sit on a panel of local journalists and other leaders in news and law during a First Amendment panel discussion Tuesday night in the Myre-River Room …
Caitlin Herndon, of Paducah, appreciates a gallery by advanced photography students Tuesday afternoon at the Paducah School of Art and Design's Alcove Gallery. The exhibition, "Dystopia," is one part of the National Endowment of the Arts' Big Read program hosted in Paducah by The Carson Cent…
Linda Hill and Wava Grandon, both of Paducah, work together as volunteers Tuesday afternoon at the Community Kitchen on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Paducah. As the weather gets colder, more people rely on the Community Kitchen as a warming center. The center serves free, warm lunches eve…
Genova Products announced Tuesday it intends to permanently close its Paducah plant while continuing to seek a buyer for the company, which has local officials hopeful the plant's 100-plus jobs can ultimately be saved.
The Paducah-McCracken County NAACP branch hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial Luncheon Monday, where local residents and businesses were honored for their community contributions.
Marshall County emergency management director Curt Curtner was terminated Tuesday afternoon after holding the position for just over four years.
In honor of his 45 years of continuous service to the Kentucky Soybean Association, George Martin, of Nebo, is the recipient of the organization's first Lifetime Achievement Award.
LEXINGTON -- Keeneland has sold thousands of Thoroughbreds at its auctions, but on Jan. 15, Hip 1021 crossed a historic boundary: It was the first one announced in the sales ring by a woman.
A misstatement in a lawsuit against Superior Care Home led to an inaccuracy in Sunday's edition of The Sun. Raymond Duffy, who is alleged to have suffered negligent care while in Superior Care Home, according to the lawsuit, is still alive, attorney Tad Thomas said Sunday.
With the new year just over three weeks old, Carson Center executive director Mary Katz is excited about what the second half of the performing arts center's 2019-20 event slate will bring.
The City of Paducah recently presented The FoxBriar Bar with a New Business Grant check in the amount of $11,250. Peter and Amber Barnett opened The FoxBriar Bar last October at 112 Broadway in downtown Paducah. Pictured (from left) are Paducah Main Street Director Katie Axt, Paducah Busines…
MURRAY -- The Murray State University Department of Art & Design will begin the spring 2020 semester with three new exhibitions. Works by visiting artists Donald Fodness, Calista Lyon and visiting professor Michelle Burdine will be on view in university art galleries in January and February.
Dear Annie: Again, it is time to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. He would have been 91 on Jan. 15. Since his death in 1968, so much has changed ... and yet, so much has remained the same.
Erin Kelly loves baking and decorating cakes -- many of which are quite elaborate -- and the hobby became a business for the Paducah teen. The TV show, "Cake Boss," inspired her to try it out and the rest was history.
The city of Paducah recently provided the National Quilt Museum $13,270 to support its array of programming. In addition to its beautiful galleries, the National Quilt Museum offers numerous educational programs for quilters and youth. Pictured (from left) are Quilt Museum Chief Executive Of…
Four Rivers Harley-Davidson will have a motorcycle raffle to benefit the Paducah Innovation Hub. The local motorcycle dealership and American Legion Post 9 of Owensboro will team up to hold a raffle for a 2018 Sport Glide motorcycle.
The $5 million judgment against a local care facility was its second multi-million dollar court loss within a year -- both of which resolved lawsuits brought in 2017 -- and another lawsuit is progressing.
Despite a flurry of localities across America declaring themselves -- by resolution or ordinance -- "second amendment sanctuaries," McCracken County doesn't aim to follow suit.