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More than a month after two men were charged, Mayfield police are still searching for a woman in connection with a Mayfield drive-by shooting that killed a bystander.

Consent agenda items and approvals on a variety of subjects were the main business at the Mayfield Independent Schools Board of Education meeting Monday.

The American Red Cross has issued an emergency appeal for blood donations to prevent medical procedures from being delayed. The American Red Cross has less than a three-day supply of most blood types.

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A contractor for P&L Railroad plans railroad crossing work on Ky. 121/Dick Castleman Bypass here starting Monday, Aug. 26.

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Mayfield Middle School SBDM to meet

A representative from the Paducah office of Kentucky Legal Aid will be at the Mayfield-Graves County Senior Citizens Center, 901 N. 15th St., to provide legal services for senior citizens needing assistance if a prior appointment has been made.

The book signing for "Surrender At Rocky Point" by Lori Scott at The Good News Shoppe will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The time was listed incorrectly in Sunday's edition.

Graves County students Lillie Boyd, Lauren Bradbury, Amanda Hobbs and Gavin Nolin have started college with help from West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation.

The federal government has designated parts of far western Kentucky and all of Illinois as natural disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by extreme weather, including excessive moisture, flooding and flash flooding that occurred starting Sept. 1, 2018, into this summer.

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A Mayfield woman could spend up to five years in prison after pleading guilty Monday in connection with a fatal hit-and-run wreck.

In collaboration with the Regional Prevention Center, the Graves County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy/Prevention (ASAP) and local high school students and their advisers with both the Mayfield Pure Cardinals Drug Free Club and the Graves County STOP Club received $2,000 each to carry out…

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Mayfield Police Chief Nathan Kent reported the following arrests made and warrants served:

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Construction of a long-awaited four-lane southern bypass around Mayfield has begun in earnest, with construction equipment visible and traffic impacted on existing roads.

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Dr. Charles Badger said the name of the Gideon’s Crossing development project came about while he and fellow owner of the Mayfield Veterinary Clinic Dr. Tim Jones looked through the Bible and came across the Old Testament judge who overcame some pretty tough circumstances.

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Senior food distribution today

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Mayfield's Peebles will be getting a makeover and becoming Gordmans. Stage Stores announced it will convert the Peebles store, located in the Wyatt Crossing Shopping Center, to a Gordmans store in 2020. Both Peebles and Gordmans are part of the Stage corporation.

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The Kentucky State Police and local law enforcement agencies are participating in the national campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, which runs through Labor Day weekend with the goal of reducing deaths and injuries caused by motorists driving impaired, either by alcohol or drugs.

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A 100,000-square-foot steel shell building is quickly rising in the Hickory Industrial Park, and Graves County Economic Development President Ryan Drane hopes the county's economic development prospects are doing the same.

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A Graves County grand jury returned a no true bill against Travis Jackson of Walnut Street in Arlington on charges of convicted felon with a firearm and sell/transfer firearm to convicted felon.

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Graves County Economic Development president Ryan Drane addressed the Graves County Fiscal Court during its regular meeting Monday about grants that have been awarded and also recommended the court approve a resolution regarding TVA funding.

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With a crowd of more than 75 people looking on, the Mayfield City Council approved on first reading Monday an ordinance enabling businesses to offer alcohol.

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Mayfield High School SBDM to meet

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A fugitive wanted for manslaughter in Graves County has died after leaving a court-ordered drug rehabilitation center in a stolen truck and wrecking it in June.

Fraudulent use of a credit card, burglary, assault and drug possession are among indictments against Mayfield-Graves County residents by a Graves County Grand Jury. Indictment by a grand jury is an accusation only, not an indication of guilt. Those indicted are to be considered innocent unle…

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Heading north from Mayfield on U.S. 45, the piece of land to the right of the last stop light before getting to Fristoe's and the Kentucky State Police post in Hickory was once the site of a major economic engine for west Kentucky and certainly for Graves County.

Despite completing the Boston Marathon and heading into a 355-mile bicycle race through the mountains, Mayfield's Jason Fitzgerald insists he has no athletic ability.

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The Mayfield City Council plans to consider an ordinance Monday that could once again allow bars in the city, along with other businesses that want to offer alcohol to customers.

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Mayfield police are investigating a Wednesday night accident that knocked out power to some Mayfield residents for hours and in which a driver reportedly fled the scene.

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When the politicians left the grounds of St. Jerome Catholic Church in Fancy Farm last Saturday, some of them left their signs behind.

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Graves County Jail personnel have undergone training on a new body scanner to help detect narcotics on – or in – prisoners before they are placed with the jail’s population.

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Graves County deputy sheriffs arrested a fugitive Tuesday morning whom they had been looking for since March on cocaine trafficking and other charges.

PADUCAH - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will have the Interstate 24 Exit 4 ramps open to traffic by Thursday morning — five days ahead of schedule — just in time for the beginning of McCracken County Public Schools’ semester Friday.

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