Sometime after Nov. 1, the Kentucky Community & Technical College System will name a new president to succeed the retiring Michael McCall. But only a group of insiders knows who’s in the running.The application deadline passed nearly two months ago, on July 25.
The longtime head of Kentucky’s agency overseeing state campaign finance law is stepping down later this year.Sarah Jackson announced this week she is retiring as executive director of the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance effective Nov.
Chicken andouille, schnitzel, tiramisu and more are on the subject list for students attending a culinary class starting next week at West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah. Kate Lochte speaks with Chef Patrick Fletcher about the five-week course on Sounds Good.
Despite calls for Paducah Power Board Chairman Ray McLennan’s resignation from some community leaders, he says he’ll only step down if the board asks him to do so.Rising electric rates and an inappropriate Facebook comment from McLennan has Paducah leaders like City Commissioner Carol Gault calling for his resignation. McLennan acknowledges that his comment […]
Updated 9/19/14 at 3:28 p.m.Pressure is mounting for Paducah Power System Board chairman Ray McLennan to step down due to disappointment with high power rates and alleged inappropriate comments made from a Facebook account in his name. Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce President Sandra Wilson says the comments are surprising and disturbing.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested a Decatur County man in connection with the murder of Holly Bobo. TBI Agents say on April 13, 2011, John Dylan Adams disposed of items he knew could be used as evidence in the case. John Dylan Adams is the brother of Zachary Rye Adams, who faces Felony Murder and Aggravated Kidnapping charges in connection t […]
In response to recent Paducah Power price spikes, the Paducah Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors sent a letter asking the general manager to explore alternative electricity sources to keep rates competitive.
On the eve of Scotland's historic vote for independence, we gain a perspective on the referendum from one of our region's outstanding Scottish Americans, Robert Valentine, also a faculty member of the Murray State University Department of Journalism and Mass Communications. On Sounds Good, Todd Hatton speaks with Valentine about his thoughts on the […]
New data released by the U.S. Census Bureau show Kentucky ranks 40th in the nation for child poverty. The Census Bureau’s American Community Survey says 25.3 percent of Kentucky children lived in poverty in 2013, which is a little more than three percent higher than the national average.
Murray State University's Institute for International Studies recruits students to Murray State and addresses their needs, offers an English as a Second Language program, and manages the University's Education Abroad program. As of this Tuesday, Fall Enrollment counts 824 international students on campus: 468 in undergraduate programs, 344 in gradu […]