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In 1937, the Ohio River at Paducah rose above its 50-foot flood stage on January 21, cresting at 60.8 feet on February 2 and receding again to 50-feet on February 15. For nearly three weeks, 27,000 residents were forced to flee to higher ground. Some shelters were provided by the American Red Cross and local churches. Buildings in downtown Paducah still bear plaques that highlight the high water marks.

Population: 26307
Local Newspapers: The Paducah Sun
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Local Colleges: Kentucky Community and Technical College

Zip Codes associated with paducah, kentucky: 42001 42003 42027 42029
Towns/Cities near paducah, kentucky : Massac Lone Oak Hendron Woodlawn Metropolis IL Brookport IL

Paducah News
Darryl Samuels Appellant v. Commonwealth of Kentucky Appellee

COUNSEL FOR APPELLANT: Brandon Neil Jewell, Assistant Public Advocate COUNSEL FOR APPELLEE: Andy Beshear, Attorney General of Kentucky, Leilani K.M. Martin, Assistant Attorney General Darryl Samuels was convicted of second-degree assault for fighting with, and biting off the ear of, a fellow inmate. A public defender from the local Department of Public Advocacy office was appointed to represent him.

Common threads unite people at Amboy quilt show

Watson's quilt, SEW CHEVY, has been picked to go on display with 403 other quilts at the American Quilter's Society's 2017 QuiltWeek spring event in Paducah, Ky., set for April 26 to 29. Judges will award first-, second- and third-place prizes in 16 categories, along with nine overall awards, with $125,000 in prizes to give out. The organization said the show is expected to draw more than 30,000 people, and quilts entered in the show come from 44 states and 15 countries.

'That magnificent voice' - G.W. Perryman, Russell Co, KY - III

'That magnificent voice' - G.W. Perryman, Russell Co, KY - III In this installment, JIM covers Rev. G.W. Perryman's activity on the lecture circuit, offering lectures 'full of fun and good common sense.'

Robertson Dominates on Kentucky Lake

Matthew Robertson of Kuttawa, Kentucky won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Kentucky tournament, held March 18, 2017 at Lake Kentucky Lake. Running out of Moors Resort in Gilbertsville, KY, Robertson caught five bass weighing 33.55 pounds with a 7.95 - pound kicker.

Temporary closure of Paducah Rotary Playground due to construction

Parks Services Department said the Paducah Rotary Playground located at the Health Park is temporarily closed due to construction activity. Construction activity includes pouring the rubber playground surface, improving the grading and drainage of the Health Park, constructing a 1/3 mile walking trail, and expanding the Community Garden.

No vision test needed to renew driver's license

By Laurel Black The Paducah Sun It's unlikely a person's vision will be as accurate at 60 as it is at 16, but the state of Kentucky doesn't consider that when renewing residents' driver's licenses. Kentucky requires a vision exam for drivers in three cases: when a person first applies for a permit, when he or she is transferring from another state with an expired license, or when the driver is transferring from another country, according to Ryan Watts, executive director of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Garbage truck driver charges in Kentucky interstate wrecks

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Woman suspected of shooting at another driver wanted by Paducah police

The Paducah Police Department is searching for a woman suspected of firing shots at another driver late Friday, March 17. The suspect is reported to be a white female with light-colored hair, driving a red vehicle, possibly a Chevrolet Impala LTZ. A Paducah man told officers he was driving on Harris Road, approaching Olivet Church Road, when a red four-door sedan attempted to pull onto Harris Road from Huck's Convenience Store.

McCracken Co. Sheriff's captain risks life to end wild dump truck chase on I-24

Six people were injured and a Calvert City, Kentucky man is behind bars after he allegedly leading police on a pursuit down Interstate 24 in a dump truck. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said they received reports of multiple crashes along I-24 from Exit 7 at Paducah to Exit 25 at Calvert City.

Driver pleads not guilty in former official's cycling death

A driver has pleaded not guilty in the death of a former McCracken County official who was hit while riding his bicycle last fall. The Paducah Sun reports that 68-year-old Willie G. Holsapple appeared in court Thursday on multiple charges, including second-degree manslaughter, in former Judge-Executive Van Newberry's death.

Paducah police search for missing man believed to be in danger

Police say 41-year-old Frankie Farmer of Clark St. in Paducah, Ky may be in danger because he suffers from paranoia. Farmer was last seen at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14. He is described as a black male, 5'8" and weighs approximately 226 pounds.

5 arrested out of Paducah, KY on meth related charges

McCracken County Sheriff's Department Drug Division arrested five people on meth related charges after executing a search warrant on Seneca Lane in Paducah, Ky on Wednesday, March 15. The Sheriff's Department said it received complaints of alleged drug use and trafficking occurring at 2422 Seneca Lane in Paducah, Ky.

Super-morbidly obese 790lb man cannot leave his own bed

'We've been drinking vodka and smoking joints. It's really cool': A haze of weed, booze on the beach, twerking and sex in the open - welcome to Spring Break, Miami-style 'My father needs me, and all I can do is sit there': 790LB man who is unable to leave his bed vows to lose weight and conquer his 'super-morbid obesity' so he can help his ailing dad James, 46, from Paducah, Kentucky, documents his weight loss story on Wednesday night's episode of the TLC series My 600lb Life A preview clip from the episode sees James confined to his bed and feeling utterly helpless when his father has to call an ambulance for himself James' overeating spiraled out of control after the death of of his hard-drinking mother, and he became super-morbidly obese following an ankle injury A 791lb man who sought comfort in food after the death of his mom vows to lose weight after he is unable to get out of bed ... (more)

Suspected burglar steals lawnmower, faces arrest after gas runs out...

Deputies in McCracken County, Kentucky, arrested Timothy Sams, 25, after authorities said he burglarized at least two homes and fled on a stolen lawnmower. MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky.

Emotionally Gripping Stories of My 600-LB Life & Skin Tight on TLC

Tomorrow night on TLC, prepare yourself for emotional stories on new episodes of MY 600-LB LIFE at 8/7c and SKIN TIGHT at 10/9. At 8/7c on MY 600-LB LIFE we'll follow James of Paducah, Kentucky, 46 years-old and 791 pounds, as he lies captive in the confines of his own bed.

DQ Grill & Chill Restaurant to open on Paducah's Southside

Jay Page, whose family has operated the Dairy QueenA restaurant across from Noble Park for more than six decades, is thrilled to announce plans for the city's second DQ Grill & ChillA location. The restaurant will be opening this summer on Paducah's Southside at 3400 Clarks River Road.

McCracken Co., KY officials warn of possible phone scammers

McCracken County law enforcement officers are warning residents about someone scamming residents and pretending to be with a local power company. The business owner called to report that he had received a call from 467-4052, claiming to be Paducah Power.

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