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Seth Duncan is in his third year in the carpentry program at the Mayfield-Graves County Area Technology Center, taking an activity he shared with his grandfather and building it into a career.

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

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Matt Schorr sits at his book signing event in the Graves County Public Library on Saturday. This is the first time Schorr has held such an event in his hometown of Mayfield. The event serves as part of the official launch of "That Time I Saved the Universe," his latest book.

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It's Mayfield Fire Department versus Mayfield Police Department on Tuesday. But there's no bad blood between the two departments; just a friendly competition for blood donations.

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The Kentucky Soybean Association (KSA) recognized a local farmer at the Kentucky Commodity Conference Awards Banquet last week in Bowling Green.

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There are currently more than 2 million people registered as organ donors in Kentucky, and more than 99% of them joined the Kentucky registry at their local circuit court clerks' office.

The Graves County Fiscal Court went about its regular business Monday night following two major issues commissioners addressed at the beginning of the meeting.

Graves County Schools Finance Director Jennifer Dillon presented the draft budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year on Thursday night at the school board meeting, which projected an overall $1.2 million decrease in revenue.

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Along with the current 10 members of the Mayfield City Council, a familiar face and a new face will join the race to help represent the city.

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A Mayfield man convicted of raping and sodomizing a minor has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.

The National Weather Service in Paducah determined an EF-1 tornado did touch down southeast of Wingo and traveled two miles during a severe windstorm Saturday morning.

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The community is invited to a celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday, Jan. 20, which is observed as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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A former school custodian pleaded guilty to sending images of a sexual nature to a minor in circuit court on Monday.

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One of the co-defendant in a 2019 drive-by shooting case that left an unintended victim dead is scheduled to enter a plea early next month, according to the court dockets, or head to trial.

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Graves County's Property Valuation Administration office is again traveling the county's roads and photographically recording all houses, buildings, barns, churches, schools and other structures.

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Keith Lowry was around Elizabethtown heading to Lexington for the Kentucky-Alabama basketball game early Saturday morning when he got a call regarding a house by his farming operation in Pilot Oak.

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Graves County Judge-Executive Jesse Perry is optimistic on the new year for Graves County while also being pleased with several accomplishments the county saw in the previous 365 days.

The guest speakers for the Mayfield Rotary Club luncheon meeting on Monday were representatives with United Works. Pictured (from left) are Beth Smith, Sheriff Paul Thomas, David Webb, Trevor Thompson and Rotarian Denise Thompson.

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

A line of storms knocked out power and flooded roads around Graves County Saturday morning.

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For the first meeting of the new year for the Mayfield-Graves County Chapter of the NAACP Monday, there were the usual items that needed to be crossed off the organization's agenda: prayer, approving minutes, committee reports, and recitation of the group's vision and mission statements.

Downtown businesses on Broadway and Seventh Street have expressed concern over the possible demolition of the damaged structure at 112 W. Broadway, but that will be on hold as city officials discuss responsibility, liability and cost.

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Despite a string of positive growth numbers, the Mayfield/Graves County Chamber of Commerce isn't patting itself on its collective back. Instead, the organization is looking at how to re-tool and focus more on what is important to the local business community.