Archive for September 27th, 2010
It’s Monday, September 27.
The Paducah Aero Modelers Air Show is Saturday and Sunday at the model air park on County Park Road just off Coleman Road near I-24 Exit 4. It starts at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and continues “until” There’s no admission fee to see control line, free flight and radio control model airplanes at rest and in action. Pilots are tail-gating and swap-meeting during demonstrations.
Tomorrow is Saudi Arabia National Day at Murray State University. Explore and discover the Saudi Culture, including sampling Arabian Food and henna from 9 to 3 p.m. in the dance lounge of the Curris Center.
The Yeiser Art Center, Markethouse Square in Paducah, begins Life Drawing Sessions this Wednesday. It’s $15 per session for all eight sessions Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. through November 17. All artists must be 18 years of age or older. Sessions begin with a series of warm-up gesture poses then proceed to longer poses.
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President Obama sets off on a multi-state, 3-day political tour today, designed to appeal to middle-class voters, many of whom are dissatisfied with the state of the economy on his watch.
KENTUCKY~ Bardwell’s J-Mack Cookers wins Paducah’s BBQ on the River grand championship (for a 4th year in a row). The Executive Inn liquidation sale is almost over and demo teams ready to tear down the former hotel. Former Barkley School of Law students won’t have to pay back all their loans. 3 Michigan men are jailed in Christian County for a mobile methlab. An autopsy is scheduled this morning on a decomposed body found near Earlington. Official: I-69 development slow, but coming. The state’s Episcopalians now have a new leader. Jack accuses Rand of accepting donations from white supremacists.
OVC SPORTS~ (football) MSU > UTM, APSU < WU. (women’s soccer) MSU & UTM < EKU & MHSU; SEMO > APSU > EIU.