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Arts
4:47 pm
Tue February 19, 2013

'Science on Screen' Returns to Maiden Alley Cinema

Maiden Alley Cinema is embarking on its second season of the series Science on Screen funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation & Coolidge Corner Theatre through the Art House Convergence Film Theatres Conference, an educational program organized by the Sundance Institute. Kate spoke with Landee about the series on Sounds Good. See more information at Maiden Alley's website.

Sports
11:51 am
Tue February 12, 2013

Paducah to Host NCBA Division II World Series this Summer

Paducah, Kentucky's Brooks Stadium will host a World Series... of sorts this summer. The Division II National Club Baseball Association World Series is a tournament for college age athletes that features the top eight teams from NCBA Division II.

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Severe Weather
12:40 pm
Tue January 29, 2013

Severe Weather Predicted For Overnight Hours

Credit Storm Prediction Center

A strong storm system with damaging wind, heavy rain and a possible tornado is leading a cold front into the Four Rivers region tonight.

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Arts
11:25 am
Mon January 28, 2013

Palu Aho on Judging the 20th Annual Teen Spirit show at Yeiser

Credit theyeiser.org

The Yeiser Art Center in Paducah shows its 20th Annual Teen Spirit Exhibition through February 15. Students from area public high schools, Christian schools and home schools entered a massive array of art for judging by Paul Aho who visits Sounds Good via a telephone interview with Kate Lochte.

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Business
8:18 am
Tue January 15, 2013

Dippin' Dots Resolves Legal Woes

One of the last remaining pieces in the bankruptcy case of Paducah-based novelty ice cream maker Dippin' Dots has been resolved.

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Government
11:58 am
Tue January 8, 2013

Paducah Mayor and City Commission Swearing In

Credit paducahtransit.com

Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham will swear-in Paducah's newly elected City Commissioners and Mayor Gayle Kaler this afternoon at city hall. This is Mayor Kaler's first term along with returning commissioners Richard Abraham, Carol Gualt and new commissioners Allan Rhodes, and Sandra Wilson. The ceremony starts at 5 pm with a commission meeting to follow at 6.

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Science
7:14 am
Mon January 7, 2013

Paducah Gets Weather System Upgrade

Credit Paducah National Weather Service

Paducah’s National Weather Service Forecast office will soon receive new radar technology. The nearly 20-year-old dome will be popped open today for upgrades designed to generate new, high-quality radar data. The Paducah Sun reports the upgraded technology will give meteorologists the ability to scan approaching weather systems more accurately in addition to creating a clearer radar picture for impending emergency situations.

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Environment
11:31 am
Wed December 19, 2012

Possible Severe Storm Heading Toward Region

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A storm heading into the region from the west is bringing with it a chance for damaging winds and winter weather tomorrow.

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Government
10:00 am
Wed December 19, 2012

Paducah Hotel Development Proposal Announced Today

Paducah city officials join a property developer this afternoon to announce a proposal to construct a downtown hotel adjacent to the Julian Carroll Convention Center. Paducah public information officer Pam Spencer says convention center and city officials are still negotiating many of the details of the project.

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Society
7:51 am
Mon December 17, 2012

Judge Overturns Conviction for Paducah Woman

A McCracken Circuit judge has overturned the conviction of a woman accused of improperly euthanizing animals at a Paducah shelter. This past August, a jury deliberated only 30 minutes before returning the guilty verdict against Dalena Hall for actions taken last year at the McCracken County Humane Society. Police say she was not certified to euthanize animals but was doing so anyway. Hall appealed the conviction and Circuit Court Judge Tim Kaltenbach ruled in her favor.

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