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Former Murray State University student takes center stage
MURRAY - Anthony Clark Evans wasn't nervous. As he stood on the stage of the Performing Arts Hall at Murray State University with all eyes on him, Evans took a deep breath - a single long exhale - and began to sing. On Oct. 18, Evans performed two musical selections for Murray State students in Dr.
Ramey to seek Imes' vacated House seat
MURRAY -- Within about an hour of each other Wednesday, 5th District state Rep. Kenny Imes, R-Murray, and Calloway County Democratic Party Chairman David Ramey made the loudest splashes so far of the local political season. Imes, who has held the seat since 2012, announced that he would not seek a f
City winds up retreat, questions if priorities are daring enough
While city of Paducah officials ended their two-day team retreat Thursday by establishing 13 priorities for the next 12-24 months, they found they still have some unfinished business. On Wednesday, the mayor and city commission met at the Murray State University Paducah regional campus to identify q
PARIS TN: RESTAURANT SCORES FOR HENRY COUNTY
Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Nov. 8-14 (maximum score: 100): Burger King, 1016 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris - Nov. 8. Score: 100. Spanky's Country Kitchen, 9505 Hwy. 641, Puryear - Nov. 8. Score: 91. Critical violation
Pets and their owners invited to annual Santa Paws event in Benton, KY
BENTON, KY - Pets and their owners are invited to a holiday event this weekend. The Humane Society of Marshall County is hosting its annual Santa Paws event on Saturday, November 18 in the Joe Creason Center at Lovett Park in Benton, Kentucky. A $5 pancake breakfast will be served from 8:00 a.m. - 1
MSU presents art exhibit 'So Much Between'
MURRAY -- The Department of Art and Design at Murray State University presents "So Much Between," a new exhibit featuring the work of Danielle Muina and Ariel Lavery, in the Clara M. Eagle Gallery from Friday through Dec. 6. "So Much Between" is a dialogue between two artists whose works use the lan
That's The Ticket!
Today What: FifthAnnualVeterans Symposium "Returning Home" When: 5p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16 Where: Hopkinsville Campus of Murray Statue University Info:The students of MSU's Social Work Program are presenting the symposium. There will be a light dinner provided before the event begins at 5:30 p.m. Frid
Commission hopes to hire new city manager by spring
The city of Paducah hopes to have a new city manager hired by late spring, and plans to hire a professional firm to conduct a national search for the position. That consensus was reached by the city commission at the end of a four-hour team retreat Wednesday evening at the Murray State University Pa
Lidl's first N.J. store opens in Vineland
VINELAND - Lidl's grand opening Thursday morning attracted a rush of curious shoppers and bargain hunters. "It's a new store, I've never heard of it before so I want to check it out," said Theresa Marroccelli of Vineland, first in line at 4:45 a.m. and the winner of a $100 gift card. "From what I un
Two men charged with DUI, DWI after Vineland crashes
VINELAND - Two men were charged with DUI and DWI Thursday following separate crashes in the city. Police responded to West Weymouth Road and North West Avenue for a two-vehicle crash involving a mail truck, Sgt. Nicholas Dounoulis said in a statement Friday. A postal worker was delivering mail to a
German grocer builds on U.S. presence with new Vineland store
VINELAND - Lidl, a Germany-based international supermarket chain that emphasizes broad discounts, sleek stores, and customer-tailored food selections, opened its first location in New Jersey here at 1107 W. Landis Ave. Thursday. Store officials say their arrival in New Jersey will have an impact on
Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce Honors 'Veterans in Business'
Officials in Cumberland County held a special event to honor local veterans Thursday. On the morning of Thursday, November 16th, the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce held its third annual Honoring Veterans in Business event at the Greenview Inn at the Eastlyn Golf Course in Vineland. The event r
COMMENTARY: Don't privatize control of Vineland's public library
Recently, voters in New Jersey gave their resounding support to Public Question 1, a bond measure that will provide matching funds for public library infrastructure across the state. By doing so, New Jersey residents demonstrated their support for a measure that will enhance the capacity of librari
Vineland bank robber who fled on bike gets 15 years in prison
VINELAND -- A Millville man who held up a bank in Vineland was sentenced to 15 years in prison. According to Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae, 53-year-old Leonard Johnson was sentenced to 15 years in prison by Superior Court judge Cristen P. D'Arrigo. Because of the No Early Release
Millville man gets 15 years for 2013 Vineland bank robbery
BRIDGETON - A Millville man was sentenced last week for the 2013 armed robbery of a Vineland bank. Leonard Johnson, 53, will serve 15 years in state prison by order of Judge Cristen P. D'Arrigo, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said in a statement Monday. Due to the No Early Release
Suit: Vineland school district failed to protect teen from 'predatory' teacher
Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany bombs English town of Coventry during World War II; 'Moby-Dick' published; Nellie Bly begins globe-trotting trek; Leonard Bernstein makes conducting debut; Composer Aaron Copland born. (Nov. 14) AP VINELAND - District officials failed to protect a mid
Veterans Parade and Festival of the Superstitions
A weekend celebration in Apache Junction brought together the community to honor its many veterans with a parade and festival downtown. Hosted by Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. #2349, the 2017 Apache Junction All-American Veterans Parade kicked off at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 11 with fly-overs by F-35A
Photos: Free Thanksgiving dinner offered by Apache Junction Boys and Girls Club
At left, Dr. Krista Anderson, superintendent at Apache Junction Unified School District, volunteers at the Thanksgiving-Day-style meal, serving dressing to Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy. (Photo by Richard H. Dyer. Independent Newspapers) Board members and friends of the Boys and Girls Club of the
October students of the month at Apache Junction Unified School District were honored at the Nov. 14 governing board meeting.
Students honored were:Colton Anderson and Nicole Vidana of Desert Vista Elementary School.Johnny Baca and Joselena Ocampa of Four Peaks Elementary School.Allie Pride and Joseph King of Peralta Trail Elementary School.Gavin Cornwell and Olivia English of Cactus Canyon Junior High School.Timothy Jaram
Scammed teen is all smiles now after viewer gives her a free car
Scammed teen is all smiles now after viewers stepped in to help get her a new car for free. Usually when I talk with people who've been scammed, it doesn't end well. Their money is gone and there's no way to get it back. But after talking to a Valley teen, I saw an opportunity. Her name is unusual.