WKCTC Job, Career and Transfer Fair welcomes businesses, universities

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PADUCAH --West Kentucky Community and Technical College will host its annual Job, Career and Transfer Fair for WKCTC students and alumni as well as community members Thursday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Anderson . . . more »


Food ministry aided

At a recent Graves County Farm Bureau Directors meeting, a $200 check was presented to Operation: Not One Missed food ministry. The check was in honor of food checkout week and was donated by Graves County Farm Bureau. From left are Pam Shelby, Joey Gree, Freida Heath, Carol Ann Phillips and Jed Clark.

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At a recent Graves County Farm Bureau Directors meeting, a $200 check was presented to Operation: Not One Missed food ministry. The check was in honor of food checkout week and was donated by Graves County Farm . . . more »


Graves County Directors meeting

Newly appointed Graves County Sheriff Jon Hayden was a guest speaker at the recent Graves County Directors meeting. He spoke to attendees and the director about his background and plans for the Graves County Sheriff's Department.

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Newly appointed Graves County Sheriff Jon Hayden was a guest speaker at the recent Graves County Directors meeting. He spoke to attendees and the director about his background and plans for the Graves County . . . more »


Students of the Month

Symsonia Elementary School February Students of the Month are pictured front row from left: Brody Thompson, Reese Smith, Albany Doggett, Jace York, Braxton Johnson, Chris Canter, Dezeray Leonard, and Jimma Wheeler; (back row) Taylor Coleman, Emmett Metzger, Mya Dowdy, Evan Foley, Brent Dixon, Carter Holt, Lylah Gore, and Abby Alvey. Photo provided


Symsonia Elementary School February Students of the Month are pictured front row from left: Brody Thompson, Reese Smith, Albany Doggett, Jace York, Braxton Johnson, Chris Canter, Dezeray Leonard, and Jimma Wheeler; (back row) . . . more »


Accepting forgiveness and restoration

By WILLIAM F. HOLLAND JR. DD.,C.ED.D.
It has been said, "Our lives are defined by opportunities, including the ones we miss. Let us not weep over chances we have missed, but rather for the ones we did not take." When I look back . . . more »


Rebuilding trust

By JOSH KETCHUM Preacher of Seven Oaks Church of Christ
Joseph's brothers betrayal was legendary. They sold their own brother into slavery, which was actually a reprieve from their original intentions of murdering him. Now, some . . . more »


Church News

St. Joseph Fish Fry
St. Joseph Catholic Church will host its annual Fish Fry fundraiser every Friday through April 12 from 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Takeouts are available. The price for adults is $12 and $5 for children 6-10. Children . . . more »


Graves High state DECA winners

Graves County High School students celebrate their recent successes in Louisville at the state conference of the Distributive Education Clubs of America. Some 31 Graves High students won trophies, medals, or honorable mention. Eight students won the right to advance to national competition.

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Graves County High School members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America placed well in competition in Louisville at the 2019 DECA Conference. Among more than 1,000 students participating, some 31 Graves . . . more »


Engagement

Ray and Vikki Henley of Metropolis, Illinois announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristina Kaye Henley, to Matthew Hall Colley, son of Al and Gina Colley of Farmington.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late James . . . more »