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Pieces of the transient dock, which has been a controversial part of the Paducah Riverfront Development Project, were delivered to Paducah Thursday to begin construction.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

 

Brandi Harless is officially the mayor of Paducah. She and the city commissioners were ceremonially sworn in Tuesday at City Hall. She said her plan for her first three months in office is to listen and learn from meetings with city officials and departments.

American Red Cross, Facebook

The American Red Cross annual New Year’s blood drive in Paducah is desperate for donors.

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Paducah’s new ice skating rink has seen more than 3,000 skaters since opening last month. 

Paducah Arts Alliance, Facebook

Rosemary Steele and Jessica Perkins speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about the Affordable Art Show, which provides funds for the Paducah Arts Alliance's Artist In Residence program.

  Paducah’s City Hall could soon be on the National Register of Historic Places, which would help fund its renovation. Downtown Development Specialist Melinda Winchester presents the building to the Kentucky Heritage Council on December 12th.

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The McCracken County Public Library Board of Trustees has named Susan Baier the new library Director. 

U.S. Department of Energy, energy.gov

  State Senator Danny Carroll said a bill to lift the nuclear moratorium in Kentucky has the best chance of passing now that the GOP controls the legislature.  The Paducah Republican has pre-filed a bill aiming to end the statewide ban on the building of new nuclear reactors.

 A western Kentucky man has pleaded guilty to murdering his 18-year-old cousin. 22-year-old Shaquille Edwards struck the plea agreement on murder and attempted murder charges two days before he was scheduled to trial to avoid the possibility of the death penalty if he had been convicted.

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A 19-year-old Paducah man accused of injuring an infant has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree assault.

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