Taylor Inman

Student Reporter

Taylor is a journalism major/history minor and a senior at Murray State University. When she's not reporting for WKMS, she enjoys creative writing and traveling. She loves writing stories that involve diversity, local culture and history, nature and recreation, art and music, and national or local politics. If  you have a news tip or idea, shoot her an email at tinman1@murraystate.edu! 

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Matt Markgraf, WKMS

  Five western Kentucky communities are at the center of Kentucky Main Street’s Fall Conference this week.

via Carter Hendricks' Facebook page

 Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks is running for reelection in November 2018.


Kentucky’s lone Democratic Congressman says President Trump’s decision to decertify Iran’s compliance with the Obama-era nuclear agreement jeopardizes international security and weakens the United State’s position as a global leader.


 The United States’ planned pullout of UNESCO isn’t likely to have any negative ramifications to Paducah and its designation as a Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art.

Paducah Police Department's Facebook page

  Funeral arrangements have been set for Paducah’s First African American police chief. Robert Patterson died on Sunday at the age of 81.

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  U.S. Congressman James Comer will host a town hall meeting in Ballard County on October 17 in the Ballard Center at 4:00 P.M.


  Baptist Health Paducah is warning against false solicitation calls.

This season will also spotlight Schumann Antiques in Louisville; Midway Antiques; and Bryson Estate Appraisers & Art Historians, based in Cincinnati.


KET’s antiques appraisal show Kentucky Collectibles is kicking-off its 6th season at the end of this month with the show’s first trip to Paducah.

Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

  The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is showcasing 19 local authors in a meet and greet this month.

Delta Regional Authority, Facebook

The Delta Regional Authority is investing approximately $1.7 million dollars into workforce development and infrastructure projects in west Kentucky.