PADUCAH, KY – Here is a small collection of the incredible drone photography by Bob Dwyer. The drone shots you see below were created from 2014 to present. The film location was mostly in the beautiful Main Street section of historic downtown Paducah, KY.
PADUCAH, KY – Just Hamburgers serves the biggest-bang-for-your-buck burgers in Kentucky located on Jackson Street in the City of Paducah.
There were cars lined up all the way to the street for the drive thru at the time, so we decided to park and go inside. I have read so many good things about this place online I had to see it for myself and document this trip for others to see.
This week's special is The Black Hole Sun!It's a double burger topped with provolone cheese, an onion ring, bacon,…
I ordered the Weekly Hamburger Special which was called The Black Hole Sun! It was a huge double burger with provolone cheese topped with an onion ring, smothered in sweet & spicy bbq sauce with some jalapenos and bacon added as well. The burger was the best I have ever had and It came with fries and a large pop for only $5.99.
The service provided by the staff had a personal touch to boot, something you don’t see very often – if at all. Customers were actually greeted by their first names as they walked inside.
Owner Robert and Jennifer Waller are at the helm of this old-style eatery that carries an impeccable rating of 4.8 on Google and an even more impressive 4.9 on its Facebook page.
What makes Just Hamburgers far exceed other hamburger joints? They greet their customers by name making them feel like they belong. They serve high end burgers at a price that’s literally unbeatable. Also worth mentioning is the owner and staff are the coolest guys ever.
I will definitely be back to get another weekly special at this little Gem very soon. Please try this locally-owned eatery and take part in keeping small businesses alive and well in the Paducah area.
Photos Gallery of Lighted Dogwood Trail 2018….Winners and Participants
Music Video Lighted Dogwood Trail 2018
PADUCAH, KY – Paducah’s 54th Annual Lighted Dogwood Trail has a new theme this year called ‘Light up, company is coming!’
This was our first time going through the Lighted Dogwood Trail and it was really beautiful. There were signs attached to stop signs, telephone poles and street poles that helped guide us through the wonderful streets of Paducah.
The Dogwood Trail started back in 1964 that consisted of just two blocks on Sycamore Street. Today the trail spans 11 miles from downtown Paducah to the suburbs in the west.
On Trail Awards
Todd and Bethany Jones, 351 Wallace Lane
Chuck and Janel Tate, 3940 Court Avenue
Jan and Neal Scott, 2216 Jefferson Street
Carl and Polly LeBuhn, 644 Woodland Drive
Stan and Missy Eckenberg, 4240 Pines Road
Jim Landry and Hillary Chambers, 2974 Jefferson Street
Mary and Jarvis Maclin, 4710 Buckner Lane
Brian and Mary Katz, 4615 Quail Hollow Drive
Charles and Gail Ransler, 2830 Broadway
Off Trail Awards
Randall and Sherry Channell, 298 Alben Barkley Drive
Hal and Debe Sullivan, 3905 Alben Barkley Drive
Terra Bryan, 205 Minerva Place
Susan and Max Sacharnoski, 3260 Jefferson Street
The Dogwood Tree is associated with Easter due to its cross-like flowers as well. Read more on the history at paducahky.gov/dogwood-trail