All of Kentucky’s constitutional candidates and two district Kentucky Supreme Court justice candidates are all on board to speak at the 139th St. Jerome Fancy Farm Picnic on the first Saturday in August.
A physical and verbal altercation between neighbors leads to one of the neighbors reportedly shooting a truck and his subsequent arrest.
A historic Mayfield building that partially collapsed in a spring storm will be demolished, along with two others owned by the same man.
After competing against 68 participants from the United States, Canada, Mexico and Ireland, Mayfield native and Murray auctioneer Trey Morris recently won the 2019 National Auctioneers Association International Auctioneer Championship.
Convicted felon in possession of a handgun, drug trafficking and possession, identity theft, multiple DUI, auto theft and other crimes are among indictments against Mayfield-Graves County residents by a Graves County Grand Jury in June. Indictment by a grand jury is an accusation only, not a…
The Tennessee Valley Authority, together with Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland, will distribute fresh produce and non-perishable food items to Graves County residents, the organizations announced.
Spontaneous combustion hay fires have caused loss of life and valuable nutrition for livestock, but you can prevent them if you keep a watchful eye and know the signs of a problem.
The Art Summer Camp (ages 7+) will be held at Ice House July 23-26 from 1-4 p.m. at the Mayfield/Graves County Art Guild located in the Ice House, 120 North 8th Street. Tuesday will be 'Pour Paint' with Martha Bacon; Wednesday, 'Hammer and Paint a Birdhouse' with Nanc Gunn; Thursday, 'Waterc…
MCKENZIE, Tenn. -- Bethel University College of Arts & Sciences and College of Health Sciences are proud to announce the names of local students who earned Honor Roll status for its Spring 2019 semester.
With temperatures rising, we all want dishes that require little cooking and leave our kitchens and homes cooler. It's time for cool salads. This column will give you recipes that fit this bill!
PADUCAH -- West Kentucky Community and Technical College is offering flexible registration opportunities for anyone who would like to attend classes for the 2019 fall semester. Classes begin August 19.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am an elderly woman who has never perspired and would like to know why. Heat makes me very sick. I love the outdoors, but can be out only a short while in the warmer weather. No one seems to have an answer for me. -- P.M.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) Read between the lines to get to the bottom of what another person really wants from you. Your sensitivity comes to the rescue and allows what could be a difficult situation to flow into an easier one. Tonight: Wind down from the weekend.
The Paducah Area Community Resource Organization (PACRO) approved approximately $300,000 in grant requests for projects in two of its member communities this week, continuing a program initiated over a year ago.
Saturday's meeting of the Jackson Purchase Historical Society will feature Jackson Purchase historian Berry Craig, who will speak about "'Like Chasing Rabbits Back Home': Andrew Carman Remembers WWI."
LOUISVILLE -- You may need to allow for extra time if you are looking to apply for or renew a passport. According to the U.S. State Department, the average time for passport applications and renewals is currently six to eight weeks.
FRANKFORT -- Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin formally set the agenda for his mid-summer special legislative session, signaling Thursday that it will be limited to pension-relief legislation.
FRANKFORT -- After years of rising death tolls from a surge in drug addiction, Kentucky officials on Thursday reported the first statewide drop in drug overdose deaths since 2013.
The drive-by shooting that killed an unintended victim last month was apparently the result of a dispute between gang members vying for leadership in Mayfield.
LOUISVILLE -- Democrat Mike Broihier, a political newcomer with a broad resume as a Marine officer, farmer and small-town newspaperman, ventured into a high-stakes Senate race as the latest military-tested candidate aiming to unseat Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell next year in Kentucky.
A Hawaii man will face federal charges in connection to fraudulent use of a Regions Bank credit card issued to the Graves County Fiscal Court, the Graves County Sheriff's Office reported.
The Honorable Deborah Hawkins-Crooks recently swore in 3 new CASA Volunteers (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for abused, neglected and dependent children.
Dear Readers: According to AARP, the Social Security Administration estimates that scammers call thousands of people every day in an effort to get financial information or Social Security numbers. Lately, they've intensified their efforts, usually asking you to confirm your Social Security n…
Dear Annie: I am writing because I'm seeking your help about my relationship with my 30-year-old granddaughter, "Nadia." Our relationship is more of a mother-daughter type relationship, because my husband and I were involved in raising her. Our son had custody of his children because the mot…
DEAR DR. ROACH: My 32-year-old son is on Xarelto for a deep vein thrombosis for about two months now. I was with him when he hit his head hard on the door hatch of his SUV two days ago. He has no symptoms, but I am still so concerned. He is in a hotel room for the week by himself for school.…
Recently, I had the opportunity to sit with a nice elderly lady and she was sharing with me about her health issues and other concerns. Suddenly, she stopped and wanted to know if she could ask me a serious question.
From its beginnings in 1868 to the present, St. James AME Church has lived up to its status as a "community church." Members have opened their arms and the church's doors to non-members, and likewise the community has opened its arms to the church.
More than two years after the city of Mayfield took action to address the poor condition of a cemetery mausoleum, it still isn't fixed. But the owner has once again said repairs are coming soon.
Graves County Schools will be participating in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. As part of this program, Graves County Schools will offer healthy meals every school day at no cost to the students due to the implementation of the Community Eligibility Provis…
ARIES (March 21-April 19) You might feel like doting on a close loved one or family member. To see your wish fulfilled, you still need to clear the path. Handle the issue and clear your desk. At that point, you'll be able to dote on the person as much as you wish to. Tonight: Continue as you…
A woman charged with murder in connection with a 2017 DUI wreck will get a hearing next month on whether medical evidence should be suppressed.
When the Purchase Area Development District celebrates its 50th anniversary next week, it will not only recognize the successes of the past 50 years but also serve as a kickoff for the next 50.
Two men charged in the past few days with a May drive-by shooting now face charges in connection with a June shooting that killed an unintended victim at the same duplex. Police are also searching for a woman.