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Paducah, Kentucky is located in McCracken County. Zip codes in Paducah, KY include 42003, 42001, and 42002. The median home price in Paducah is $121,000. More Paducah information.

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Plans for downtown Hilton hotel gain approval

The Paducah Riverfront Development Authority and Hilton Worldwide approved schematic plans Wednesday for the Hilton Garden Inn that will be constructed in Paducah in 2015, according to Glenn Malone of Senate Hospitality, developer David Puckett and Steve Doolittle, executive director of PRDA.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

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More than $6 million in state services and contracts for McCracken County agencies and vendors has been approved by a legislative oversight committee.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

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Simplest decisions can decide our fate

When we take a step back and reflect on how we got here, the journey through time is never short of fascinating.

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Stuff the Bus helping more students in need

When the United Way of Paducah-McCracken County organized its first Stuff the Bus school supply drive six years ago, volunteers were thrilled to see their one donation location and one bus send a big box full of supplies to each participating Paducah and McCracken County school.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

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Twain's Vegas residency to end in December

Greet the Smoke-Free Kentucky Van as it stops in Paducah "on the Road to a Healthier Kentucky."

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

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Median barrier installation begins

Starting today, an ongoing project to install median cable barriers will continue on the 7.84 mile stretch of U.S. 41-Alternate Interchange between Exit 86 and the Kentucky-Tennessee state line in Christian County.

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Military insurance should be accepted by doctors everywhere

This letter is regarding the health care of a young military couple in Paducah. Recently my granddaughter took her baby to a local pediatrician for a checkup.

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Microbrewery coming to historic plant

With a microbrewing license from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau freshly in hand, Paducah developers Ed and Meagan Musselman are one step closer to bringing business back to the historic Paducah Coca-Cola Bottling Plant.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

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Boutiques draw shoppers to Paducah

Several locally-owned boutique clothing stores in Paducah draw repeat customers from the surrounding region and other states because, according to the owners of three such stores, you can't get what they offer anywhere else.

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Baseball game forged friendships

Greet the Smoke-Free Kentucky Van as it stops in Paducah "on the Road to a Healthier Kentucky."

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

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Kindness campaign leaders heading to Harvard

Three years into their anti-bullying efforts, Susan and Morgan Guess will head to Harvard University next week to strengthen their campaign of kindness and bring what they learn back to Paducah.

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The U of L Foundation board voted to give President James Ramsey a four percent raise to the portion of his salary that comes from ULF funds.

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Show to feature youthful talent

The theme for Saturday's event is Sounds of Paducah. Performers will include drummer Zaren Saddler, violinist Ian Bastida and guitarist Randy Roberston.

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Official praises updated tug

When Paul "Chip" Jaenichen, the U.S. Department of Transportation's maritime administrator, made a local stop Thursday on a tour of area inland waterway operations, his mode of transportation was as much a focus as the water route he took from Massac State Park in Metropolis to Paducah on the Ohio and Tennessee rivers.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

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ASSET Traffic unit's sabbatical should be short-lived

Traffic scofflaws in Paducah aren't exactly off the hook, although they may be at reduced risk of being cited for awhile due to a temporary suspension of the city's Traffic Enforcement Unit.

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PUMP campers find ways to help

Vanessa Sexton, from Sugar Creek United Methodist Church in Sugar Creek, Illinois, helps her team paint a front porch in Paducah on Wednesday morning.

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McConnell knows how to get things done in Washington

For those who think we need change in Kentucky I would like to remind you that Alison Lundergan Grimes has supported President Obama since he first ran.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

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'Book of Life' animates Day of the Dead

Belly dance is a fun and gentle form of exercise that is great for women of all ages, sizes, shapes, and ability levels.

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Engineer honored at highway naming

A section of the highway is dedicated to Buddy Smith. A little more than a year after former McCracken County Engineer Buddy Smith died, the community that reaped the benefits of his expertise unveiled a fitting memorial to him.

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One of the Last Places in the U.S. Where Crumbs Cupcakes Exist

The last batches of delicacies from the famous Crumbs Bake Shop are nestled away in the remote town of Paducah, Kentucky.

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