PADUCAH, KY – A new Nolja Korean Restaurant will soon be under construction in the Kentucky Oaks Mall at 3655 James Sanders Blvd. in Paducah KY.
Nolja Korean Restaurant (coming soon)
3655 James Sanders Blvd
Paducah, KY 42001
Fireworks in the City of Paducah contracted Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics for the fireworks show for this years 4th of July Celebration.
The fireworks began at around 9:15 p.m. discharged from a barge provided by Pine Bluff Materials. The tugboat that guided the barge was provided by the Ingram Barge Company.
The fireworks display was choreographed to music with speakers placed along the riverfront next to Wilson Stage.
The Paducah Fire and Police Departments and the U.S. Coast Guard were there for safety precautions as well.
“Be A Simple Man” was a song written by Lynard Skynard and was performed recently without music by Kenny Cook, and one of the best country singers out there that is sure to be discovered. Bad notes and of off key-moments are not existent with Kenny.
Back in the day I saw Lynyrd Skynyrd and I will always cherish those memories.
I really hope you’re appreciate Kenny’s God given talent and hope you feel the same by leaving a kind comment below and by subscribing to his channel. He’s always adding new works.
Hear more of Keny Cook at his Youtube channel at gusube.com/channel/UC1Me9r18ZPy_PCFxm8vm5MA
PADUCAH, KY – The Paducah-McCracken County Riverport Authority has a Linden Comansa 30LC1450 Flat-Top Crane that offers a lifting capacity of 53 U.S. tons away from the tower. This newer crane doubles the Riverports previous lifting capacity along with increasing its reach by forty percent.
The new crane can pick up anything from shipping containers to break bulk freight. This not only improves the ports load capacity but makes way for more growth in Paducah, KY.
Film and beautiful photography by Bob Dwyer (edited by craig currie)
PADUCAH, KY – Andrew Darnel took flight with his super-fast stunt helicopter during the Paducah Aero Modelers Annual Charity Fly-In and boy was it a crowed pleaser.
It was doing stunts that were impossible. As my friend, Bob said, “It defies all the law of physics.” It went backwards while spinning. It flew upside down so close to the ground it may have cut a few blades of grass. Impressive.
Andrew asked me after his flight if I had kept up with it and I had to say, “No” with a laugh.
It was free to watch. They had a food stand and all kinds of other RC model planes that took flight as well.
The last time I went to an RC Show was back in the 60s when my father took us kids. This reminded me of that so it was very special to me.
The event took place at the McCracken County Model Air Park located on County Park Road in Paducah, KY.
Visit Paducah Aero Modelers at http://paducahaeromodelers.com