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Paducah Power System officials are awaiting a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission decision regarding "pancaking" - paying multiple charges as power moves through different transmission systems... [Read More]
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During his 21-year tenure as general manager at Paducah Water, Glen Anderson was often called upon to assist with area economic development efforts. [Read More]
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Candidates for Kentucky Senate District 2 and House District 3 answered questions on a variety of topics Thursday morning in a forum provided by the... [Read More]
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Glen Anderson, a well-known businessman and community leader, has been named interim president/CEO of Paducah Economic Development. [Read More]
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Plans to develop a hemp manufacturing facility in the former AmerisourceBergen building in downtown Paducah have taken a major step forward. [Read More]
The Paducah Economic Development board will discuss selecting an interim leader of the organization today, following its decision to fire Scott Darnell, the former president/CEO,... [Read More]
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Plans to develop a hemp manufacturing facility in the former AmerisourceBergen building in downtown Paducah have taken a major step forward. [Read More]
In a surprise move Monday, the Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization hired Scott Darnell as a consultant to oversee its daily operations, 10 days after... [Read More]
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Being a member of the Tennessee Valley Corridor will provide Paducah and the rest of Kentucky's 1st Congressional District new ways to leverage federal investments... [Read More]
Washington, D.C., may be 800 miles from Paducah, but that hasn't stopped participants in the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce's annual "D.C. Fly-In" from establishing... [Read More]
Four members of the U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Safety Unit-Paducah have been dispatched to North Carolina to assist with reliefs efforts related to Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Four members of the U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Safety Unit-Paducah have been dispatched to North Carolina to assist with reliefs efforts related to Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Paducah Power System scored above the national average among municipal utilities for residential customer satisfaction -- with the notable exception of rates -- in study... [Read More]
Paducah Power System will lower its Power Cost Adjustment slightly beginning Oct. 1, under a new methodology approved by the utility's board earlier this summer. [Read More]
A record number of community leaders from business, industry and local government will travel to Washington this week as part of the Paducah Area Chamber... [Read More]
Workforce development programs in the commonwealth are designed to make sure business and industry representatives are fully engaged in the process, according to a Kentucky... [Read More]
A day 30 years in the making came to pass Thursday as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, its contractors, river industry partners and elected... [Read More]
Not-for-profit organizations are critically important to a community, and corporate leaders should play a key part in their success. [Read More]
The Tennessee Valley Authority is moving forward with its plan to change the way it handles coal combustion residuals - commonly referred to as coal... [Read More]
Requiring Kentucky nonprofits to collect sales tax was an unintended consequence of two unrelated actions earlier this year that the General Assembly will likely correct... [Read More]
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