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Section
B
Calipari perplexed after UK
loses big lead at Tennessee
Associated Press
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kentucky coach John Calipari
feared the possibility of a letdown Tuesday night but he
started feeling more confident
when the Wildcats built a
21-point lead over Tennessee.
His first instinct proved correct.
Kevin Punter Jr. scored 27
points and Armani Moore add-
ed 18 points and 13 rebounds
as Tennessee erased a 21-point
deficit in an 84-77 upset.
The Wildcats’ collapse came
three nights after a 90-84
overtime setback at No. 7 Kansas, which was ranked fourth
at the time.
“We’ve got to do some soulsearching,” Calipari said. “Individuals and as a staff, we’ve
got to look at ways we can
help this team get better and
demand more, more winning
plays. We are what we are
right now.”
Tennessee’s rally represented a stunning turn of events
for a team that had lost its last
two games despite leading by
Associated Press
at least 14 points in the second
Tennessee forward Armani Moore (center) grabs a rebound
half of each. The Volunteers ahead of Kentucky forward Derek Willis (left) and guard Jamal
Murray during the first half of Tuesday’s game in Knoxville,
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Fehrenbacher lifts Marshall girls Tornado
secure
20th win
Senior scores 18
to lead win over
Lady Mustangs
BY EDWARD MARLOWE
BY MIKE STUNSON
[email protected]
[email protected]
DRAFFENVILLE — Marshall
County picked up its 20th
win of the season on Tuesday
night, as the Lady Marshals
held on against McCracken
County 59-49 in Reed Conder
Gymnasium.
Originally slated as a strong
regional matchup for the Gunner’s Magic Train Classic, the
postponed contest didn’t have
the same feel as usual, especially as inclement weather
swept the area.
But the contest saw plenty
of playmakers, and a second
half full of runs made the difference.
The Lady Marshals overcame McCracken senior guard
Maddye Rice and her 26
points with a balanced attack,
led by the aggressive efforts of
Marshall County’s lone senior
— point guard Nikki Fehrenbacher.
Tied 17-all at the break, Fehrenbacher helped orchestrate
a 15-2 run in the middle of the
third quarter for a commanding 32-19 lead.
She had three steals, 5 points
and helped find guard Miyah Davis for two left-corner
threes in the spurt, and she
would finish with 18 points,
five rebounds, three assists
and four steals in the win.
“From the opening tip, I felt
like she was one of our most
aggressive kids,” said Lady
Marshals skipper Joseph Simmons. “We tried to give her a
breather in the first half and
put a backup in, and we didn’t
feel like we had the same energy was there.
“I told her at the half, ‘You
might not come out again.’”
And until the very end, she
didn’t.
MAYFIELD — Chris Vogt,
as expected, had another big
game for the Graves County Eagles on Tuesday, but
Paducah Tilghman showed
it isn’t afraid of the 6-foot-11
center.
Going to the hole with constant aggressiveness, the Blue
Tornado used a third-quarter
run built on drives to outlast
Graves on Tuesday at the Eagles Nest, 64-57. It’s the second narrow win Tilghman has
had this year over Graves, who
has played it tougher than any
other team in the region.
Sayveon McEwen scored 21
points and Devon Hart added
16 for Tilghman, as it grabbed
its 20th win of the year and
stayed unbeaten in First Region play.
Trailing by one entering the
third quarter, Tilghman took
its advantage thanks to a JJ
Reed second-chance bucket
and then a McEwen drive plus
the free throw.
The Blue Tornado lead
dropped back to one a couple
of minutes later, until Reed
spun around Vogt for another
layup — followed by McEwen
scoring another bucket in the
paint. The run was punctuated
by one of Hart’s patented midrange jumpers, putting Tilghman up by its largest lead at
45-38.
“We attacked and made
some shots. JJ was finishing,
Sayveon got into the lane and
they finished plays,” Tilghman
coach Brad Stieg said. “We
had some opportunities in the
first half and didn’t finish, and
we just did a better job on both
ends in the second half.”
Graves cut that lead down
to five a couple of times, only
EDWARD MARLOWE | The Sun
Marshall County’s Nikki Fehrenbacher took matters in her own hands Tuesday night,
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Alabama seeking to strengthen already strong roster
BY STEVE MEGARGEE
AP Sports Writer
Less than a month after
winning its fourth national
championship in seven seasons, Alabama has a chance to
extend its string of unofficial
recruiting titles.
Alabama has landed the nation’s top signing class each
of the last five years according to composite rankings of
recruiting websites compiled
by 247Sports. Whether that
streak continues depends on
how much of a signing day
surge the Crimson Tide can
stage today.
Although Alabama was
ranked fifth in the 247Sports
Composite team standings
Tuesday morning, it remains
in play for so many uncommitted four- and five-star recruits that it has a legitimate
chance to move to the top of
the rankings.
“I think Alabama is probably going to make the biggest signing day close among
those top 10 teams,” said Barton Simmons, the director of
scouting for 247Sports. “They
have a very real shot at landing the nation’s No. 1 class.
They don’t even have to have
everything fall into place.
LSU led the composite team
rankings early Tuesday and
was followed by Ohio State,
Florida State, Mississippi and
Alabama. Michigan, Florida,
Georgia, Clemson and Notre
Dame rounded out the top 10.
“You can never bet against
(Alabama),” said Mike Farrell, the national recruiting
director for Rivals. “I think
their finish will be good for
any team, but it might not be
as spectacular as Alabama is
used to. We’ll see.”
Ole Miss faces the challenge
of making sure it doesn’t lose
any key recruits from that
class after being notified Friday by the NCAAA of rules
violations.
“The timing is interesting
because I’m really not sure
why they needed to be served
right before signing day,” Farrell said. “But the timing also
is not as bad as people think
because it’s so late for anybody to come up with a second
plan if they were planning on
going to Ole Miss.”
Here’s a look at other recruiting stories to watch today:
WHO’S LEFT — Seven of
the top 15 prospects according
to the 247Sports Composite
remain uncommitted. That
includes No. 1 overall recruit
Rashan Gary, a defensive
tackle from Paramus, New
Jersey. Other uncommitted
top-15 recruits include defensive tackle Derrick Brown,
linebacker Ben Davis, outside
linebacker Mique Juarez,
athlete Mecole Hardman Jr.,
wide receiver Demetris Robertson and outside linebacker
Lyndell Wilson.
ALL EYES ON MICHIGAN —
Plenty of current stars will be
on hand as Michigan hopes to
collect letters of intent from
future stars. The list of expected guests for Michigan’s
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Sports Briefs
Browns hint at Manziel’s release
CLEVELAND — The Browns are about to throw
Johnny Football away.
The team issued a strong statement Tuesday,
condemning quarterback Johnny Manziel’s actions and pointing to his release in March, a
move that has seemed inevitable for months.
The conduct by the 23-year-old player — rampant partying, two domestic incidents and a general lack of commitment — have been a major
problem almost from the day Cleveland drafted
the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner in the first
round two years ago.
Last weekend, Manziel was involved in a disturbance with his ex-girlfriend in Dallas that is
being investigated by police and the NFL.
The Browns, who drafted Manziel with the No.
22 overall pick in the 2014 draft, can release
him as early as Monday, the day after the Super
Bowl. But salary-cap implications point to the
move happening March 9, when the league’s
new year begins.
— Associated Press
Stewart hospitalized with back injury
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Three-time NASCAR
champion Tony Stewart was hospitalized Tuesday with a back injury and Stewart-Haas Racing
said the team was unsure of the extent of his
injuries just a week before he is expected in
Daytona to prepare for his final season in Sprint
Cup.
The 44-year-old Stewart was injured Sunday
during an accident while he was riding an allterrain vehicle somewhere on the West Coast,
SHR spokesman Mike Arning told The Associated Press. He was being evaluated at an undisclosed hospital and able to move all extremities.
Arning indicated Stewart’s condition will not
be updated again until Thursday.
— Associated Press
MARSHALL
CONTINUED FROM 1B
McCracken led 13-9
after the first quarter,
thanks to Rice’s 7 points
in the frame. But the
Lady Mustangs were
held to just 4 points
in the second quarter
and looked to be on the
ropes before coming
alive late in the third.
Following Marshall’s
15-2 run, McCracken
riposted with a 12-3
surge to end the quarter — as 4 points from
Mackenzie Blackford, 5
points from Rice and a
3-pointer from senior
guard Alex Smith cut
the deficit to 35-31.
Madelyn Kauffman
opened the final stanza
with a triple from the
right corner to get McCracken within one
point, but the Lady
Marshals stayed the
course, going 16-for-20
from the free throw line
in the final eight minutes.
The Lady Mustangs
had their own chances
at the line to keep the
contest in reach, but
went 2-for-12 at the
charity stripe in the
game’s waning mo-
ments.
Fehrenbacher
was
especially sharp at the
line, going 8-for-9,
while backcourt pal Briley English went a perfect 6-for-6 and finished
with 12 points.
Simmons and the
Lady Marshals also
found some help in the
post, as freshman Kat
Howard and junior
Hannah Langhi split
time and combined for
16 points, 11 rebounds,
one block and one steal.
But according to Simmons, Rice’s 26 points
are the most a single
player has had against
the Lady Marshals all
season.
“You’ve got to give her
credit,” Simmons said.
“She’s a gamer. She’s
hard to stop. She’s an
athlete. We’ve got to do
a better job executing a
gameplan.”
McCracken 13 4 14 18 – 49
Marshall
9 8 18 24 – 59
MCCRACKEN – Rice 26, Adams
6, Blackford 5, Smith 5, Kauffman
5, Rudy 2
FG 19-46, 3PT 4-14 (Rice 2, Smith
1, Kauffman 1), FT 7-19, Rebs 24,
Fouls 21, TOs 18, Record 15-8.
MARSHALL – Fehrenbacher 18,
English 12, Davis 9, Howard 8, Langhi 8, Miller 4
FG 18-41, 3PT 4-12 (Davis 2, English 2), FT 19-25, Rebs 37, Fouls 12,
TOs 21, Record 20-4.
UK
CONTINUED FROM 1B
(11-11, 4-5 Southeastern
Conference) trailed 3413 with less than 6 minutes left in the first half.
“We kind of joked
around about it, we
actually said we liked
it better being down
instead of being up at
the half,” Moore said.
“It kind of makes us a
whole lot hungrier.”
Tennessee’s
media
guide doesn’t include a
list of its biggest comebacks ever, but athletic
department
spokesman Tom Satkowiak
said he believes the
21-point deficit was the
largest margin the Vols
have erased in a victory
since at least December
2006. This matched the
seventh-biggest comeback by any Division I
team this season, according to STATS LLC.
“We had them down
by 21 — and they came
back and beat our
brains in,” Calipari said.
“They ended up beating us by 30 in about 25
minutes — and it could
have been 50. We’ve got
a ways to go.”
Kentucky (16-6, 6-3)
got 21 points from Jamal Murray and 20
from Tyler Ulis.
Vols 84, Wildcats 77
KENTUCKY (16-6) — Ulis 3-10
12-14 20, Briscoe 5-10 0-1 10,
Poythress 6-9 2-4 14, Murray 7-20
4-4 21, Willis 3-8 0-0 8, Lee 1-1 0-0
2, Labissiere 1-2 0-0 2, Matthews
0-0 0-0 0, Hawkins 0-2 0-0 0. Totals
26-62 18-23 77.
TENNESSEE (11-11) — Punter
7-19 10-11 27, Moore 5-11 7-8 18,
Schofield 2-6 6-6 11, Alexander 0-1
0-0 0, Baulkman 1-3 0-0 2, Hubbs
III 2-6 4-6 8, Mostella 4-7 3-3 13,
Reese 0-1 0-0 0, Phillips 2-2 0-0 5.
Totals 23-56 30-34 84.
Halftime—Kentucky 42-36. 3-Point
Goals—Kentucky 7-22 (Murray 3-12,
Ulis 2-4, Willis 2-6), Tennessee 8-19
(Punter 3-8, Mostella 2-3, Phillips
1-1, Moore 1-2, Schofield 1-4, Baulkman 0-1). Fouled Out—Poythress,
Ulis. Rebounds—Kentucky 36 (Briscoe, Willis 8), Tennessee 37 (Moore
13). Assists—Kentucky 15 (Murray,
Ulis 5), Tennessee 12 (Moore 4). Total Fouls—Kentucky 26, Tennessee
19. A—19,295.
paducahsun.com
Mustangs pull away in 2nd half
Staff report
McCracken County’s
full-court pressure created turnovers and led
to easy transition baskets in a dominant 7050 thrashing of Hickman County in boys
basketball action Tuesday night.
The Mustangs led only
32-24 at halftime, but
built a double-digit lead
in the third quarter and
was ahead by as much as
28 points in the fourth
quarter before coasting
to the win.
McCracken’s
Jacob
Zakutney led all scorers
with 20 points followed
by Will Sivills with 17
and Nathan Stonecipher
with 10. Zeke Prince
led the Falcons with 11
points.
–––
Hickman
8 16 10 16 — 50
McCracken 13 19 22 16 — 70
HICKMAN — Carter 6, Prince 11,
A.Stillman 8, Jewell 4, Crittendon 4,
Pittman 2, H.Stillman 2, Hopson 2,
Aldridge 2, Davis 9.
Field goals 16/43. 3-pointers 5 (Davis 3, Carter 2). Free throws 13/16.
Rebounds 14. Fouls 19. Record 8-13.
MCCRACKEN — Hayden 2, Zakutney 20, Purdom 2, Sivills 17, Daniels
4, Hagen 2, Cartwright 2, Stonecipher
10, McIntosh 2, Ellington 9.
Field goals 26/41. 3-pointers 2
(Ellington 2). Free throws 16/19. Rebounds 26. Fouls 20. Record 18-5.
Mayfield 54, Calloway 39 — At Mayfield,
the Cardinals broke
open a close game with
a 20-6 third quarter run
and beat Calloway. Carson Guthrie led Mayfield
with 15 points; nine of
those in a fourth quarter
that put the game away.
Anton Lumson pitched
in 11 points for Mayfield.
The Lakers’ Kamden
Price led all scorers with
17 points.
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Thursday’s
games
Doubleheader: Fort
Campbell at Lyon
County. Boys: Trigg
County at Christian
County, Hardin, Ill. at
Crittenden County.
Calloway
10 9 6 14 — 39
Mayfield
8 7 20 19 — 54
CALLOWAY — Price 17, Darnell 2,
Dawson 2, Johnson 8, Scott 1, Butler
2, Eastwood 4, Washer 3.
Field goals 15/34. 3-pointers 3/13
(Johnson, Price, Washer). Free throws
6/11. Rebounds 17. Fouls 13. Record
6-14.
MAYFIELD — Lumson 11, Kennemore 4, Roman 6, Tyler 4, Walker
4, Ca. Guthrie 15, Co. Guthrie 3, Matthews 7.
Field goals 22/45. 3-pointers 3/10
(Ca. Guthrie 2, Co. Guthrie). Free
throws 7/15. Rebounds 27. Fouls 14.
Record 7-13.
Joppa 76, CFS 58
— At Briensburg, Caleb Cox was in control
under the basket for
Joppa-Maple Grove, Illinois, as his 21 points and
11 rebounds led the way
against Christian Fellowship. Hunter Johnson scored 17 points for
the Rangers, while Blake
Helton and Chase Hutchason each had 10. Jordan Choate (18 points)
and Bryce Ehtridge (17)
had the top games for
the Eagles.
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Joppa-Maple Gr. 25 15 15 21 — 76
Christian Fel. 10 15 13 20 — 58
J-MG — Cox 21, Johnson 17, Helton
10, Hutchason 10, T. Lewis 8, Greer 5,
Dry 3, B. Lewis 2.
Field goals 31/62. 3-pointers 0/12.
Free throws 14/27. Rebounds 34 Cox
11. Fouls 27.
CFS — Choate 18, Ethridge 17,
Starkey 9, Vaughn 6, Covey 4, Fleming 4.
Field goals 19/58. 3-pointers 1/7
(Vaughn). Free throws 19/36. Rebounds 28. Fouls 21. Record 5-17.
Webster 65, Crittenden 36 — At Dixon,
Cayden
Edmonson
scored 15 points and Jon
Stubblefield added 10 as
Webster County dominated all game against
Crittenden
County.
Dylan Hollis sank three
3-pointers on his way
to a team-high 13 points
for the Rockets
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Crittenden
5 8 13 10 — 36
Webster
12 12 18 23 — 65
CRITTENDEN — Hicks 7, Hollis 13,
Watson 4, Belt 10, Boone 2.
Field goals 11. 3-pointers 4 (Hollis
3, Belt 1). Free throws 10/15. Fouls
18. Record 2-20.
WEBSTER — Carter 2, Hazelwood
7, Pruitt 5, Bell 7, Lewis 5, Smith 2,
House 8, Ellis 4, Brown, Stubblefield
10, Edmonson 15.
Field goals 25. 3-pointers 1 (Bell).
Free throws 14/25. Fouls 18. Record
20-4.
GIRLS
Webster 62, Crittenden 33 — At Dixon,
Webster County led
Crittenden County by
15 after the first quarter and 27 at the half to
put this one away early.
Karlie Keeney led the
Lady Trojan charge with
17 points, while Cassidy
Moss was the top Lady
Rocket with 13 points.
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Crittenden
5 6 10 12 — 33
Webster
20 18 18 6 — 62
CRITTENDEN — Moss 13, Lynch 6,
Champion 6, Nesbitt 4, Evans 2, Perryman 2.
Field goals 11. 3-pointers 2 (Champion 2). Free throws 9/13. Fouls 8.
Record 10-14.
WEBSTER — Wurth 4, M. Austin 3,
Keeney 17, Braden 3, McDyer 3, Winstead 6, Duncan 8, Harris 3, Winders
6, Gibson 9.
Field goals 26. 3-pointers 4 (Keeney
2, Gibson, McDyer). Free throws 6/8.
Fouls 15. Record 16-7.
Joppa 52, CFS 30 —
At Briensburg, Hailey
Kendall dominated for
Joppa-Maple Grove, Illinois, with 25 points
and 12 rebounds in a
win over Christian Fel-
lowship. Gabby Wrye
had 21 points for the
Lady Rangers. Amber
Shelley was the top Lady
Eagle with 22 points,
while teammate Rachel
Howard grabbed 14 rebounds.
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Joppa-Maple Gr. 10 19 12 11 — 52
Christian Fel. 14 5 9 2 — 30
J-MG — Wrye 21, B. Meyer 2, Lange
2, Kendall 25, Arrison 2.
Field goals 19/58. 3-pointers 3/12
(Wrye 3). Free throws 11/13. Rebounds 34. Fouls 13.
CFS — Shelley 22, Sanders 6, Howard 2, Kim, Ortt.
Field goals 12/71. 3-pointers 3/13
(Shelley 3). Free throws 3/11. Rebounds 32. Fouls 11. Record 3-7.
Cairo 47, Ballard
41 — At Cairo, Illinois,
Cairo closed the first
half with a 12-2 second
quarter to take control
against Ballard Memorial. Leah Shelley led the
Lady Bombers with 14
points.
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Ballard
9 2 14 16 — 41
Cairo
12 12 10 13 — 47
BALLARD — Shelley 14, Newton 7,
Buchanon 7, Calvin 7, Walker 3, Robinson 3.
Field goals 15/49. 3-pointers 5/14
(Newton 2, Buchanon, Shelley, Walker). Free throws 6.9. Rebounds 23.
Fouls 12. Record 10-8.
CAIRO — Whitaker 14, Smith 13,
Nelson 10, Jang 8, Posey 2.
Field goals 19. 3-pointers 3 (Jang
2, Smith). Free throws 6/8. Fouls 14.
Mayfield 40, Calloway
36 — At Mayfield, Madison Womack scored 13
points and teammate
Lyndsey Looper added
11 as Mayfield edged
Calloway Couny. Megan
Greer was the lead Lady
Laker with 14 points.
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Calloway
4 10 12 10 — 36
Mayfield
7 10 12 11 — 40
CALLOWAY — Puckett 2, Hornbuckle
8, Settle 4, Greer 14, Spann 2, Fritts
6.
MAYFIELD — Womack 13, Fazzari
2, Holmes 8, Looper 11, McClure 5,
Harris 1.
TORNADO
CONTINUED FROM 1B
to succumb to another
mini run from the Blue
Tornado. In the closing
seconds, Ryan Mathis
made it a 60-57 game,
but a Hail Mary pass
and ensuing layup from
the quarterback Jesse
Dunigan to wingback
McEwen sealed the win.
“I felt like in the first
half we were the aggressors and had them
on their heels,” Graves
coach Josh Frick said.
“Second half (Reed)
comes in, he comes to
the rim which opened
up driving lanes, and
that opened up shots.
We got into this rat race
in the third quarter, and
we aren’t going to beat
them that way.”
Two of the three single-digit wins over First
Region teams for Tilghman have came against
Graves, and Stieg said
it’s because of Vogt —
who on Tuesday had 19
points, 17 rebounds and
six blocks.
“That’s just something
you can’t simulate,”
Stieg said. “We had
coach (Roderick) Thomas in practice yesterday,
trying to get the kids to
understand when you
penetrate and draw him
you can’t shoot over him
most the time.”
MAYFIELD — Solid
play from the Graves
County sophomores has
made the Lady Eagles
one of the top teams in
the First Region this
year, and the improved
play of one of its seniors could lead to bigger things for the Lady
Eagles come March.
Senior Cassidy Sheppard, Graves’ lone starter returning from last
year’s regional championship team, came away
with a triple-double on
Tuesday in Graves’ big
win over Paducah Tilghman. Sheppard had 13
points, 13 rebounds and
11 blocks as the Lady Eagles coasted by the Lady
Tornado 61-29.
“Our team has really come together right
now, especially those
six (rotation players),”
Graves coach Aaron
Beth said.
Graves built a 24-3
lead midway into the
second quarter until
Tilghman made its first
field goal. While Sheppard stepped up her
offensive game with 9
points in that opening
spurt, her defense was
just as important.
In the Lady Eagles’
current four-game win
streak, Sheppard is averaging 11 points and nearly 10 rebounds after a
quiet start to the season.
“She hadn’t been in
the shape she needed
to be in throughout the
season, she had some
nagging injuries and
stuff going on in the preseason that she couldn’t
get in to the trip she was
in,” Beth said. “But the
last month she has really
worked hard and I have
seen her come around.
She is getting into the
playing shape she was
last year and it’s showing.”
The lead stayed around
20 points for most of the
next two quarters until a
9-0 run brought that gap
up to 28 points in the
fourth quarter.
Lyndi Qualls had a
double-double of her
own with 16 points and
12 rebounds for Graves,
while Raychel Mathis
continued her playmaking with 11 points off the
bench.
is just constant fodder
for news.”
STRENGTHS
AND
WEAKNESSES — This is
a good year to be seeking
an elite defensive tackle. Four of the top nine
players in the 247Sports
Composite are defensive tackles. Gary and
Brown are still waiting
to announce their college picks. Dexter Lawrence, the No. 2 overall
prospect, has already
enrolled at Clemson.
Ed Oliver, ranked sixth,
is committed to Houston. Simmons called it
a “phenomenal year” for
defensive tackles. Simmons also said this is an
“outstanding year” for
tight ends and a weak
year for running backs.
QB INFUSION IN SEC
— Even as it remained
the nation’s top conference this past season,
the SEC dealt with a lack
of production at quarterback. This recruiting
cycle may help the SEC
improve its quarterback
performance, at least
in the long run. The top
two pro-style QBs in
this class appear to be
Shea Patterson and Jacob Eason. Patterson
has already enrolled
at Ole Miss and Eason
has enrolled at Georgia.
Feleipe Franks, the No.
5 pro-style quarterback,
has enrolled at Florida.
SEC schools also have
commitments from the
top three dual-threat
QBs in Jarrett Guarantano (Tennessee), Brandon McIlwain (South
Carolina) and Jalen
Hurts (Alabama).
CHANGING TIMES IN
BIG 12 — In a sign that
Baylor’s success on the
field is carrying over to
the recruiting trail, the
Bears head into signing day with the top
class of any Big 12 program. Texas is a prime
contender for plenty of
quality
uncommitted
recruits and could still
pass Baylor. “That’s going to be something to
watch,” Simmons said.
“Can Baylor hold off
Texas to pull that No. 1
class in the Big 12?”
Tilghman
17 15 15 17 — 64
Graves
21 12 7 17 — 57
Tilghman — McEwen 21, Hart 16,
Dunigan 12, Reed 8, Thomas 4, Warfield 3.
Field goals 25-55. 3-point 3-11
(McEwen 2, Dunigan). Free throws 1119. Record 20-4
Graves — Vogt 19, Mathis 14, Naranjo 13, Jones 5, Grant 4, Wetherington
2.
Field goals 19-49. 3-point 2-12
(Mathis, Naranjo). Free throws 17-22.
Record 14-8.
Graves 61,
Tilghman 29
Tilghman
1 11 11 6 — 29
Graves
13 17 15 16 — 61
Tilghman — S. Patterson 8, Donelson 8, Shaw 7, Milliken 3, O. Patterson
2, Guerin 1. Field goals 9-58. 3-point
3-24 (Donelson 2, Shaw). Free throws
8-14. Record 7-13.
Graves — Qualls 16, Sheppard 13,
Mathis 11, Waggoner 7, Cartwright 7,
Cathey 2, Johnson 2, Grover 2, Byrd 1. Field goals 22-51. 3-point 4-14
(Qualls, Waggoner, Cartwright, Mathis).
Free throws 13-18. Record 16-7.
ROSTER
CONTINUED FROM 1B
signing day event includes New England Patriots quarterback Tom
Brady and former New
York Yankees shortstop
Derek Jeter. It’s a fitting conclusion to a recruiting cycle in which
Michigan coach Jim
Harbaugh has emerged
as the dominant personality. “He’s made news
in every way, positive
or negative, whether it’s
his outrageous recruiting tactics, pushing kids
out of the nest late or
landing kids that Michigan fans never expected,
(prospects) from Florida
and California,” Farrell
said. “I think Harbaugh
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6 p.m. — Ohio St. at Wisconsin (ESPN)
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Reader says wife developed
disdain for him, seeks help
Associated Press
Bill Cosby on Tuesday enters the Montgomery County Courthouse for a
court appearance in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Cosby was arrested and
charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in
January 2004.
Judge orders Bill Cosby
to attend 2nd deposition
Associated Press
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — A judge on Tuesday ordered Bill Cosby
to attend a second deposition and respond to
questions in a lawsuit
filed in California by a
woman accusing the
comedian of sexually
abusing in the 1970s
when she was underage.
Los Angeles County
Superior Court Judge
Craig D. Karlan ordered Cosby to attend
the half-day deposition
and pay the costs of
conducting the second
round of sworn testimony.
Cosby must provide
a valid legal objection
to any questions he refuses to answer, including invoking his consti-
tutional right to avoid
self-incrimination, Karlan said.
The ruling came as
Cosby fights bicoastal
legal battles. He appeared Tuesday in a
Pennsylvania
courtroom where his lawyers sought a dismissal
of criminal charges
against him. In Santa
Monica, California, his
lawyers argued that he
shouldn’t have to sit for
another deposition in
the civil case.
Another legal case
was dropped Tuesday when model Chloe
Goins stopped her federal lawsuit accusing
Cosby of drugging and
sexually assaulting her
at the Playboy Mansion
in 2008. No explanation for the dismissal
was given and her attorney did not return an
email message seeking
comment.
The upcoming deposition involves a lawsuit
by Riverside County
resident Judy Huth,
who claims the comedian forced her to perform a sex act on him
at the Playboy Mansion
in the early 1970s when
she was 15.
The Associated Press
does not usually name
people who say they are
victims of sex crimes
but Huth has given permission through her
attorney to be publicly
identified.
Cosby’s lawyers have
denied her accusation
and accused her former
attorney of attempting
to extort the comedian.
Dear Annie: I know I have my
faults, but I can’t figure out why my
wife suddenly hates me. She has said
so.
We have been married for 25 years
and it’s like a light switch flicked. At
first, I didn’t quite get it and didn’t
respond well (arguing and shouting
at her). But when the cold shoulder
turned icier and she began distancing
herself, I figured the appropriate response was to load up on the patience
and understanding. But the crazy
thing is, the nicer I am, the angrier
she gets. She has even said that she
never loved me.
That can’t be true. I remember that
we would hug and kiss daily and hold
hands all the time. We have shared
many laughs and many travels, and
sex was regularly fulfilling for us both.
I thought we were happy.
The only thing I can think of is
that our kids are now in college and
I think my wife is struggling with being an empty nester. She was a stayat-home mom and school volunteer,
so this is a major adjustment. But my
wife refuses to consider this possibility. She brings up arguments we had
10 years ago. I can’t get her to recall
the good times. She is fixated on how
“horrible” I am and thinks marriages
are supposed to be minute-by-minute
bliss. She won’t go to counseling together. She won’t even go to church
with me or out to dinner.
She has been working out a lot and
has changed most of her eating habits, following whatever is the latest
fad. I’m pretty certain there is no other person involved, and I’m definitely
not cheating on her. Do you have any
advice?
— I’d Like My Wife Back Please
Dear Like: There are a few
possibilities here. Your wife
could have met someone she
wants to impress, someone who
makes her feel young and desirable, while your marriage has
gone a little stale. If so, kicking
up the romance could help. Or
now that the kids are out of the
house, she could have realized
that you have little in common.
(She may have felt like this for
years, but waited until the kids
were gone.)
Another likely culprit is menopause.
Some women go through major emotional upheaval along
with the hormonal changes.
Tell your wife you love her and
are worried about her health,
and suggest she see her doctor.
But you cannot force her to be
more willing to work on this, so
please get counseling for yourself and find the best way to cope
with your current situation.
Dear Annie: Here is another gift
for older parents: A phone call or a
visit at regular intervals.
I regret that I didn’t phone my parents more often, and when I visited,
there didn’t seem to be a lot to talk
about. But I realized that just being
there was meaningful.
Sometimes I took my needlework,
and always asked whether there was
anything I could do to be helpful.
That included some mending, picking
up hearing aid batteries, driving their
rarely used car, and buying three
pairs of slippers for a parent who was
unable to go to the store, and returning the pairs that didn’t fit. These are
good memories.
— Pat
Dear Pat: For most parents,
there is no better gift than their
children’s time. Thank you for
saying so.
Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy
Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime
editors of the Ann Landers column.
Please email your questions to [email protected], or write
to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators
Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa
Beach, CA 90254.
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SPIKE 57 (2:30) ››› “Source Code” (2011)
TBS
Raymond
Buying and Selling
AMC
HIST
Raymond
Hunt Intl
››› “The Bourne Supremacy” (2004) Matt Damon. Å
PGA Tour Golf
King
Golf Central
›› “I, Robot” (2004) Will Smith. Premiere. ’
European PGA Tour Golf
American Pickers ’
American Pickers ’
American Pickers ’
American Pickers ’
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Seinfeld ’
Seinfeld
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Conan (N) Å
Seinfeld
Big Bang
King
››› “I Am Legend” (2007) Will Smith, Alice Braga. ’
Friends
Seinfeld ’
Bunker
›› “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (2008) Keanu Reeves.
American Pickers ’
Friends
All/Family
Big Bang
Pawn Stars
(:01) American Pickers
Broke Girl
Conan
To Be Announced
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Wild Things
Clarence
Uncle Gra.
Teen
Gumball
We Bare
Adventure
King of Hill
Burgers
Burgers
Cleveland
Amer. Dad
Amer. Dad
Family Guy
Family Guy
Chicken
Aqua Teen
Futurama
Futurama
Futurama
Futurama
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
Daily Show
Nightly
At Midnight
South Park
Pioneer
Southern
Diners
Diners
Diners
Diners
Diners
Diners
Diners, Drive
Guilty
Top 5
Diners
Diners
Diners, Drive
Mob Wives ’ Å
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Mob Wives (N) Å
Fighting ISIS
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Expedition Unknown
››› “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (2005) Steve Carell. ’
Expedition Unknown
›› “Wanderlust” (2012, Comedy)
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SHO
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(:45) ››› “Twelve Monkeys” (1995) Bruce Willis. ’ Å
›› “Focus” (2015) Will Smith. ’
›› “The Lovely Bones” (2009) Mark Wahlberg.
(:45) On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z ’ Å
(:15) ›› “Shooter” (2007) Mark Wahlberg. ’ Å
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One Book Read: Saints at the
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Reel Talk
Community Billboard
West KY Stars Basketball
REPLAY
Merryman House
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For The Love Of Animals: Pet
Treats
Master Gardening
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Weekly
The Jam Session
Your United Way
L.I.F.E. After Lockup
Community Service Spotlight
KY Cancer Program
9:00 p.m.
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Channel 11
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Inside NFL
The Heart of Collaboration
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Your City at Work: Active
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PHRC: Voting
Your City at Work: Domestic
Violence
Planning & Zoning Meeting
REPLAY
Your City at Work: Online Safety
PHRC: Sam Clymer
Your City at Work: Demolition
Process
Planning & Zoning Meeting
REPLAY
City Profile: Brandon Barnhill
Your City at Work: Active
Shooter Drill
PHRC: Childwatch
Horoscopes
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 2016
ARIES (March 21-April 19):
Take charge by exhibiting
discipline and embracing the
changes you want to make
without concern for what
others think. Speaking your
mind will help you gain confidence and reach your goals.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20): Keep an open mind and
you will be given privileged
information that will help you
get what you want. A new
skill you pick up or an experience you have will make your
peers take notice and help
you attract a partner.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20):
Take your career seriously.
Someone you work with
could cause you grief. Don’t
waste your time arguing, as
it will make you look bad and
deter you from doing your
job.
CANCER (June 21-July 22):
Make unusual changes at
home that will surprise your
friends and family and make
your place the destination
everyone wants to visit. A
relationship you have with
someone will help you expand your interests.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):
You are ready to take on the
world. Make sure to dedicate
time to being and doing the
best you can. A partnership
looks interesting and will
provide you with some inno-
vative ideas that will lead to
good fortune.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):
Indulge in something that excites you. Surround yourself
with people who share your
curiosity. Avoid emotional
situations or someone who
puts too many demands on
you.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):
Pick up information and
learn all you can about an
interest you have. Someone
you encounter who is inspirational and fun to be with
will improve your attitude.
Avoid anyone who is trying
to dictate what you can and
cannot do.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.
21): You can gain ground,
whether traveling, learning
or making an effort to raise
your popularity. Your intuition
will help you bring about
positive changes. What you
do for others will result in an
unusual turn of events.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Emotional matters will surface if you try to
evade issues or if you aren’t
honest about the way you
feel. Your best efforts will
come from home improvement projects or making
adjustments to your living arrangements that will improve
your personal life.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19): Someone from your past
will remind you of a dream
you once pursued. Turn back
the clock and update your
idea to fit the current economic trends.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18): A change of plans will
work in your favor. Check
out a job offer or consider
a change in your vocational
direction.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20): Don’t limit what you can
do. Find out what’s required
to pursue your dreams and
pick up the skills, qualifications or education required
to follow through with your
plans. Someone you’ve
worked with in the past will
help you get ahead.
8B • Wednesday, February 3, 2016 • The Paducah Sun
Variety
paducahsun.com
BEETLE BAILEY
DENNIS THE MENACE
BLONDIE
HI & LOIS
BABY BLUES
BC
CURTIS
WIZARD OF ID
ZITS
DILBERT
Crossword
Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis
GARFIELD
FORT KNOX
PICKLES
ACROSS
1 *Where deliveries
may be left
9 Adorn in relief
15 First three of ten
digits
16 Bad guy
17 *Airport pickup
18 State with
conviction
19 “It’s __ cause”
20 *Modest garment
22 Extra-play qtrs.
24 Influenced by, in
recipes
25 July baby, maybe
26 *Hiker’s pouch
31 Storm winds
33 Have yet to pay
34 NFC South team
35 Part of rpm
36 Whipped cream
amount
38 Musical sequence
found at the starts
of the answers to
the starred clues
40 Authoritarian
figure
44 Chair part
46 Balderdash
47 Poetic tribute
48 Volunteer’s offer
51 *Infant’s dietary
prohibition
54 Buck’s mate
55 Sun Devils of the
Pac-12
57 Afternoon social
58 *Breaking point
62 Giant
66 Where it
originally was
67 *History book
chart
69 Had to have
70 Cordial with a
licorice-like flavor
71 Prone to avarice
72 *Words of
admonishment
DOWN
1 Swimmer Torres
with 12 Olympic
medals
2 Pitcher Hershiser
3 Wine lover’s
prefix
4 Exposes to the
cops
5 Absent-minded,
to a Brit
6 Front-of-bk. list
7 Red-coated
cheese
8 Prefix with
scope
9 Text alternative
10 Many a text
11 Get some rays
12 “The Hairy Ape”
playwright
13 Yes or no
follower
14 Brief arguments
21 Divided terr.
23 Cramp, say
26 Weather
condition in the
final scene of
“Casablanca”
27 Belt maker’s tool
28 Opposite of
paleo29 Flight
coordinators:
Abbr.
30 Light cigar
wrapper
32 Part of a ring
35 __ point:
embroidery
stitch
37 Groceries
quantity
39 “u r a riot!”
41 Menagerie
42 Excitement
43 Like the bull in
the Chicago
Bulls’ logo
45 __ peanuts
48 In neutral
49 Temporary
wheels
50 Tenant
51 California’s
Big __
52 Can’t stand
53 Didn’t hit the
books?
56 Hit the books
59 It has its highs
and lows
60 Minimally
61 Skid row regular
63 Jackson 5
brother
64 Voting no
65 Discontinued
depilatory
68 Part of rpm: Abbr.
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By C.W. Stewart
©2016 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
02/03/16
02/03/16
Stocks
paducahsun.com
Hiring survey
Today
Strategy update?
GM
$29.65
General Motors’ latest quarterly
$40
earnings may provide fresh insight into
the automaker’s recent investments in 35
the ride-hailing business.
30
$32.62
The company, due to report its
’15
25
fourth-quarter financial results today,
acquired defunct ride-hailing company
est.
Operating
$1.19 $1.21
Sidecar last month. That came shortly
EPS
after GM invested $500 million in Lyft,
4Q ’14
4Q ’15
another ride-hailing company.
Price-earnings ratio: 11
Together, the companies plan to open
based on past 12-month results
a network of U.S. hubs where Lyft
Dividend: $1.44 Div yield: 4.9%
drivers can rent GM vehicles at
Source: FactSet
discounted rates.
CombinedStocks
Stocks in bold changed 5% or more in price
Name
Div P/E Last Chg Name
Facebook
A-B-C-D
ADT Corp
.88f 14 24.94 -4.63 FedExCp
AbbottLab 1.04f 13 37.88 -.57 FiatChrys
AMD
... dd
1.99 -.15 FordM
Alcoa
.12 12
6.97 -.24 FrptMcM
Alere
... dd 53.90 -.21 FrontierCm
Alibaba
... 26 65.09 -1.94 GATX
AllyFincl
... dd 16.09 +.04 GenDynam
AlpAlerMLP 1.19e
q 10.02 -.19 GenElec
Ambev
.19e ...
4.43 -.20 GenMotors
AmAirlines
.40
4 37.03 -2.35 GileadSci
AmCampus 1.60 42 43.17 +.75 Groupon
AmExp
1.16 11 53.66 -1.04 HP Inc
AmIntlGrp
1.12 16 55.33 -.96 Hertz
Anadarko
1.08 dd 39.26 +1.01 HopFedBc
Annaly
1.20 dd
9.64 +.11 HorsehdH
Anthem
2.50 13 127.01 -2.71 HostHotls
Apple Inc
2.08 10 94.48 -1.95 HuntBncsh
ApldMatl
.40 15 17.05 -.60
1.20f 11 32.36 -3.10
ArchDan
AsecntSol
... dd
.10 -.02 ICICI Bk
BP PLC
2.40 dd 29.02 -2.68 iShGold
BcoBrad s .44e ...
4.42 -.28 iShBrazil
BcoSantSA .35e ...
3.85 -.27 iShJapan
BkofAm
.20 10 13.23 -.73 iSTaiwn
B iPVixST
...
q 25.40 +1.56 iShChinaLC
BarrickG
.08 27
9.86 -.21 iShEMkts
BostonSci
... dd 17.84 -.04 iS Eafe
BrMySq
1.52f 42 58.87 -1.95 iShiBxHYB
CabotO&G
.08 60 20.39 -.17 iShR2K
Carlisle
1.20 19 81.93 -1.58 iShREst
1.20 20 45.08 -3.89 IngrmM
Carnival
Cemex
.40t ...
4.32 -.09 IntgDv
ChesEng
... dd
2.99 -.22 Intel
Chevron
4.28 33 81.24 -4.05 ItauUnibH
Cisco
.84 12 22.83 -.65 JD.com
Citigroup
.20
9 40.42 -2.06 JPMorgCh
CitizFincl
.40 13 20.21 -.47 JohnJn
CocaCola
1.32 27 42.44 -.56 JnprNtwk
ConAgra
1.00 22 40.91 -1.07 Keycorp
ConocoPhil 2.96 41 36.59 -2.01 KindMorg
ConsolEngy .04 dd
7.81 -.58 Kohls
.48 16 18.09 -.48 LockhdM
Corning
CSVLgNG rs ...
q
1.50 -.28
CSVLgCrd rs ...
q
1.71 -.27
CSVelIVST
...
q 18.88 -1.35 MarathnO
CSVixSh rs
...
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9.32 +1.08 MktVGold
CypSemi
.44 ...
7.41 -.60 MktVRus
DenburyR
... dd
1.19 -.07 MartMM
DxBiotBull
...
q
6.62 -.77 Mattel
DirDGldBr
...
q 13.10 +.76 Merck
DrxSCBull .48e
q 43.86 -2.99 MetLife
DollarTree
... 68 81.69 -.29 MKors
DomRescs 2.80f 20 69.89 -.29 MicronT
DowChm
1.84f 12 45.03 +2.45 Microsoft
DukeEngy
3.30 21 76.75 -.25 Mondelez
MorgStan
E-F-G-H
Netflix s
eBay s
... 15 23.29 -.65 NokiaCp
EMC Cp
.46 19 24.30 -.22 NorthropG
EmersonEl 1.90f 11 45.84 +.34 Novavax
EmpDist
1.04 22 29.78 +.08 OasisPet
EnCana g
.28 dd
3.98 -.38 Oracle
EgyTrEq s 1.14f
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8.13 -.53 PPG s
Exelon
1.24 13 30.14 +.14 PayPal n
ExxonMbl
2.92 16 74.59 -1.70 Petrobras
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2.76
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1.72
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6.02 -.40
q 10.91
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q 29.75 -.78
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19 18.67 -6.83
13 29.80 -1.02
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5.77 -.66
dd 24.67 -.92
10 57.03 -1.83
17 103.41 -.96
14 24.00 -.33
10 10.76 -.32
22 14.65 -.54
12 50.38 +1.30
18 210.45 +.65
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8.74 -1.00
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31 121.19 -2.53
28 30.46 +3.70
13 50.41 -.34
10 42.76 -1.52
12 50.11 +9.67
6 10.59 -.37
34 53.00 -1.71
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8 24.50 -1.21
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6.26 -.08
18 187.44 -1.20
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4.70 -.34
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5.10 -.17
17 35.35 -.97
18 93.04 -2.55
... 36.83 -.25
...
2.98 -.31
FEBRUARY 2016
DONALD
SHIVELY
S&P 500
16,520
Dow Jones industrials
1,880
Close: 1,903.03
Change: -36.35 (-1.9%)
15,980
Close: 16,153.54
Change: -295.64 (-1.8%)
1,800
15,440
10 DAYS
17,000
16,500
16,000
A
S
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StocksRecap
Vol. (in mil.)
Pvs. Volume
Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
NYSE
NASD
4,372
4,151
622
2497
65
126
2,109
1,908
571
2221
21
151
N
D
DOW
DOW Trans.
DOW Util.
NYSE Comp.
NASDAQ
S&P 500
S&P 400
Wilshire 5000
Russell 2000
15,500
J
HIGH
16420.21
6947.57
619.08
9532.99
4589.90
1932.34
1307.96
19917.84
1030.56
A
LOW
16108.44
6740.72
610.81
9386.12
4503.12
1897.29
1285.68
19466.63
1005.39
173
150
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S
O
S
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CLOSE
16153.54
6764.16
618.63
9413.78
4516.95
1903.03
1289.11
19524.15
1008.83
N
CHG.
-295.64
-204.67
+2.20
-202.91
-103.42
-36.35
-27.84
-393.69
-23.55
D
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%CHG.
-1.80%
-2.94%
+0.36%
-2.11%
-2.24%
-1.87%
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N
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5.97
48.83
6.01
18.69
8.95
29.06
1.80
72.32
2.36
MutualFunds
NAV
Name
American Century
ValueInv
7.08
American Funds
AMCAPA m
23.93
AmBalA m
22.95
BondA m
12.73
CapIncBuA m
54.36
CpWldGrIA m
40.24
EurPacGrA m
41.72
FnInvA m
47.06
GrthAmA m
37.42
IncAmerA m
19.52
31.53
InvCoAmA m
MutualA m
32.28
NewPerspA m
33.00
SmCpWldA m
39.02
WAMutInvA m
36.16
BlackRock
Engy&ResA m
13.70
GlobAlcI
17.12
StrIncIns
9.68
Dodge & Cox
Income
13.28
IntlStk
31.81
Stock
147.44
FPA
Cres d
28.94
Fidelity
Bal
20.05
Contra
92.01
ContraK
91.95
GrowCo
119.79
LatinAm d
14.76
LowPriStk d
44.60
19.29
Chg Puritan
22.29
+.20 Tel&Util
10.29
-.14 TotalBd
-.23 Fidelity Spartan
500IdxAdvtg
66.94
-1.46
66.94
-.36 500IdxInstl
54.24
+.10 TotMktIdAg d
-.86 FrankTemp-Franklin
2.00
-.74 Income C m
1.98
-.97 IncomeA m
-1.83 FrankTemp-Templeton
GlBondA m
11.29
GlBondAdv
11.25
+.61 Harbor
-.45 CapApInst
54.71
-.21 IntlInstl
54.90
-4.20
Janus
-.91
44.47
-.01 GlbLfScT
-.85 Matthews Asian
15.19
-.14 China
24.59
-.36 India
-1.11 Metropolitan West
TotRetBdI
10.74
-.65
10.74
-.82 TotRtBd b
-.48 Oakmark
26.88
-.51 EqIncI
18.98
-.03 Intl I
-.78 Oberweis
10.62
-.08 ChinaOpp m
YTD
-7.30%
-9.92%
+7.06%
-7.19%
-9.79%
-6.89%
-7.83%
-7.77%
-11.19%
NAME
TICKER
Computer Services Inc
CSVI.PK
CLOSE
HI
CLOSE
CHG
YTD
%CHG %CHG
37.00
-.03
-7.6
1YR
%RTN
P/E
DIV
18
1.00
AT&T Inc
T
30.97
0
36.45
36.06
-.12
-0.3
+4.8
+15.6
16
1.92f
Aerojet Rocketdyne
AJRD
13.98
1
24.99
14.68
-.56
-3.7
-6.3
-9.3
dd
...
Air Products
APD
114.64
4
158.20
130.81
-.45
-0.3
+0.5
-7.6
21
3.24
Amer Elec Power
AEP
52.29
9
63.51
62.00
+.21
+0.3
+6.4
+1.8
20
2.24f
AmerisourceBergen
ABC
87.09
1
120.68
88.14
-.86
-1.0
-15.0
-5.1
dd
1.36f
Aon plc
AON
83.83
2
107.08
86.20
-1.38
-1.6
-6.5
-1.4
20
1.20
ATMOS Energy
ATO
50.83
0
69.81
69.90
+1.31
+1.9
+10.9
+23.3
22
1.68f
BB&T Corp
BBT
30.99
1
41.90
31.58
-.71
-2.2
-16.5
-5.5
12
1.08
Comcast Corp A
CMCSA
50.00
4
64.99
54.59
-1.22
-2.2
-2.8
+6.9
17
1.00
Cracker Barrel
CBRL
117.95
4
162.33
132.68
-.43
-0.3
+4.6
+4.4
Dillards Inc
DDS
60.66
2
144.21
69.67
-.45
-0.6
+6.0
-38.0
9
0.28f
Dover Corp
DOV
50.91
3
78.21
56.82
-1.00
-1.7
-7.3
-15.1
13
1.68
EnPro Inds
NPO
37.53
2
70.23
41.61
-.51
-1.2
-5.1
-27.7
dd
0.80
0.24
19 4.40a
Freds Inc
FRED
11.27
5
20.05
15.36
-.35
-2.2
-6.2
-3.9
dd
Fuller HB Co
FUL
30.72
4
45.57
36.18
-.92
-2.5
-0.8
-8.3
20
0.52
Goodyear
GT
24.02
4
35.30
28.46
-.50
-1.7
-12.9
+20.5
3
0.28
Honeywell Intl
HON
87.00
7
107.41
100.66
-2.22
-2.2
-2.8
+7.4
17
2.38f
Jabil Circuit
JBL
16.90
3
26.00
19.19
-.68
-3.4
-17.6
-2.0
10
0.32
Kimberly Clark
KMB
103.04
0
130.05
128.01
-1.00
-0.8
+0.6
+22.8
36
3.52
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KR
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9
42.75
40.15
+.04
+0.1
-4.0
+17.3
20
0.42f
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64.22
6
78.13
71.87
-.79
-1.1
-5.5
+8.8
23
1.12
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MSI
56.40
5
72.97
64.32
-2.53
-3.8
-6.0
+9.4
24
1.64f
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NI
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0
21.32
21.26
-.04
-0.2
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+30.2
18
0.62
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ONB
11.25
1
15.00
11.33
-.34
-2.9
-16.4
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11
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4
10.09
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...
...
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+2.6
dd
...
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5
28.79
22.12
-.57
-2.5
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2
10.87
7.63
-.31
-3.9
-20.5
-6.1
11
0.24
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SEB
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+4.7
-27.1
19
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1
46.23
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-.78
-4.4
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-44.5
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5
294.35
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-2.3
-4.1
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2.68
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2
55.86
41.54
-2.11
-4.8
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1
46.26
38.75
-1.05
-2.6
-9.2
-2.6
12
1.02
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WMT
56.30
4
88.00
66.86
-.64
-0.9
+9.1
-18.3
14
1.96
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WLK
40.44
1
79.25
43.80
-1.43
-3.2
-19.4
-19.9
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WRK
31.53
1
66.40
33.36
-1.65
-4.7
-26.9
-43.9
2.71e
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-.15
-6.7
-.48
-.24
+.04
-.72
-.88
-.92
-1.00
-.82
-.22
-.61
-.54
-.72
-.75
-.63
-7.8
-3.7
+1.3
-2.7
-7.2
-8.0
-7.2
-9.4
-3.5
-5.5
-4.6
-8.4
-10.6
-5.9
-.56
-.19
-9.1
-4.5
-.7
+.02
-1.01
-3.82
-.1
-12.8
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-.46
-6.8
-.24
-1.67
-1.67
-2.69
-.50
-.73
-.21
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-5.5
-7.0
-7.0
-12.3
-9.6
-6.6
-5.1
+1.9
+.6
-1.27
-1.27
-1.09
-6.8
-6.8
-7.6
-.03
-.03
-4.8
-4.8
-.18
-.17
-2.2
-2.1
-1.17
-1.26
-10.0
-7.6
-.88
-14.6
-.31
-.27
-17.5
-7.0
+.03
+.03
+1.3
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-.40
-.41
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134.72
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14.42
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94.21
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10.60
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26.12
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14.92
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26.28
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15.84
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10.70
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10.80
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13.37
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46.97
46.98
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58.98
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35.28
WelltnAdm
60.93
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8.65
SciTechA m
11.71
-1.4
+.2
-4.1
+.8
+.01
-6.5
-.56
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-1.52
-.27
-.98
-.56
-1.16
-.53
-1.54
+.03
-.24
-.34
-.56
-10.6
-4.2
-6.8
-7.5
-11.0
-4.9
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+.05
-.34
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-.96
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-3.31
-3.32
-.85
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+.02
+.05
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-.28
-.93
-.93
-.93
-.17
-.40
-.69
-1.22
-6.8
-6.8
+1.7
-4.3
+1.4
-7.5
-9.9
+1.3
-6.8
-6.8
-7.5
-7.7
-7.7
-7.7
-9.4
+1.4
+.7
-3.1
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+.6
-9.8
-5.1
-2.9
-3.8
-4.5
-5.2
-5.9
+1.5
+1.7
+1.7
-7.7
-7.5
-7.5
-7.5
-.7
-4.1
-4.1
-7.4
-.18
-.32
-8.2
-13.5
-.17
-2.34
+.01
-1.11
-.30
-.11
-.28
-.18
-.37
-.25
0.73f
almost 5 percent more in 2016.
A falling yuan rattles markets: It suggests
the Chinese economy is weaker than official
numbers show and raises the risk that China’s
trade partners will devalue their own currencies
and start a trade war. American politicians,
including Donald Trump, say China uses a
cheap currency to give its
exporters an unfair price
advantage. But the
Chinese government has
been trying to slow the
currency’s fall by spending
its massive foreign
exchange reserves to buy
yuan. China’s reserves fell
by $513 billion last year to
$3.3 trillion. The yuan
keeps falling anyway.
$4 trillion
China’s foreign
reserves
3
Value of one yuan in
U.S. dollars
Stock listings requested by our readers
52-WK RANGE
LO
YTD
Chg %Rtn
Currency tumble As China’s yuan drops against the dollar, Beijing is spending foreign currency
reserves to try to prop it up.
$0.17
Stocks of Local Interest
Closing figures as of Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Yuan worries
2,000
1,840
est.
190
A falling Chinese currency upsets financial
markets and annoys American politicians. They
might have to get used to it. The Chinese yuan
is dropping against the U.S. dollar as China’s
economy weakens, corrupt Chinese send dirty
money out of the country to escape anti-graft
investigators and new policies make it easier to
invest abroad legitimately.
The yuan peaked in
January 2014 at $0.166. It
fell sharply when the
government engineered a
1.9-percent devaluation
Aug. 11, stabilized through
the fall, then dropped again.
It landed at $0.152 on Jan.
25, down 5 percent from a
year earlier. Bank of
America expects it to drop
17,500
1,920
182
10 DAYS
18,000
2,080
211
199
200
www.fourriversbusiness.com
1,960
2,160
257
Young Leader
of the Year
Name
Div P/E Last Chg Name
Pfizer
1.20f 23 30.14 -.03 SP Util
PiperJaf
... 10 32.64 -1.10 Stryker
PwShs QQQ1.52e
q 102.15 -2.26 SunEdison
PUVixST rs
...
q 42.43 +4.89 Synchrony
PrUCrude rs ...
q
7.42 -.79 Sysco
ProShtVix
...
q 36.86 -2.70 TaiwSemi
ProUShSP
...
q 22.59 +.76 3M Co
Transocn
Q-R-S-T
21stCFoxA
Qualcom
1.92 14 43.15 -2.96 Twitter
RiteAid
... 36
7.87 -.05
RylCarb
1.50 28 71.70 -12.82
RymanHP
2.80 18 46.07 -.51 UPS B
S&P500ETF 4.13e
q 190.16 -3.49 US OilFd
SpdrS&P RB .74e
q 35.28 -1.11 Vale SA
SpdrOGEx .73e
q 26.36 -1.16 ValeantPh
Schlmbrg
2.00 20 68.84 -2.62 VangEmg
Schwab
.24 23 24.11 -1.17 Vapor hrs
SiriusXM
... 36
3.57 -.15 VerizonCm
SouthnCo
2.17 19 49.63 -.27 VulcanM
SwstnEngy
... dd
8.17 -.33 WeathfIntl
Sprint
... dd
2.77 -.30 WellsFargo
SP Matls
.98e
q 38.67 -.26 WhitingPet
SP HlthC
1.01e
q 65.61 -.96 WmsCos
SP CnSt
1.28e
q 50.28 -.65 Xerox
SP Engy
2.04e
q 55.33 -1.91 Yahoo
SPDR Fncl .46e
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SP Inds
1.12e
q 48.87 -1.00 YumBrnds
SP Tech
.78e
q 40.65 -.74 Zynga
Wall Street anticipates that Yum Brands’ earnings
improved in the fourth quarter versus a year earlier.
The owner of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell has
had an uneven track record over the previous three
quarters of 2015. Its earnings
and revenue grew in the third
quarter, but declined in the
previous two. Yum has
struggled to revive sales at its
restaurants in China. The
company has decided to split
off its China business later
this year. Yum serves up its
latest financial results today.
250
March Issue Publishes
February 25th
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Eye on Yum
ADP Employment Survey
seasonally adjusted change
300 thousand
Your.
Regional.
Business.
Connection.
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Payroll processor ADP releases
today its latest survey of hiring by
private U.S. companies.
U.S. employers appear to be
secure, despite a turbulent start to
the year for the stock market, a slide
in oil prices and increased worries
about a global economic slowdown.
ADP’s December survey showed
companies added more jobs than in
the previous month. Still, economists project that the latest survey
will show a smaller gain in hiring last
month than in December.
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1
0.15
0
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Sources: University of British Columbia’s Pacific Exchange Rate Service;
China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange
Commodities
Paul Wiseman; J. Paschke • AP
Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade
Open
High
Low
Wheat CBOT
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 16 475.00
483.00
473.00
May 16 480.00
487.00
478.00
Jul 16
485.00
492.00
483.00
Sep 16 494.00
500.00
491.00
Est. Sales 275,290 Mon’s sales 88,520
Mon’s open int.410,380 Chg. +4089.00
Corn CBOT
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 16 371.00
373.00
369.00
May 16 375.00
378.00
373.00
Jul 16
380.00
382.00
378.00
Sep 16 384.00
387.00
382.00
Est. Sales 687,480 Mon’s sales 215,664
Mon’s open int.1,365,976 Chg. -4983.00
Settle
Chg
475.00
480.00
485.00
493.00
n/a
-.00
-.00
-.00
372.00
377.00
382.00
387.00
+1.00
+1.00
+2.00
+2.00
Open
High
Low
Oats CBOT
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 16 197.00
201.00
197.00
May 16 206.00
208.00
205.00
Jul 16
213.00
214.00
213.00
Sep 16
n/a
n/a
n/a
Est. Sales 718 Mon’s sales 1,570
Mon’s open int.10,069 Chg. +370.00
Soybean CBOT
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 16 880.00
889.00
878.00
May 16 882.00
890.00
879.00
Jul 16
887.00
896.00
885.00
Aug 16 889.00
897.00
886.00
Est. Sales 382,047 Mon’s sales 171,790
Mon’s open int.702,338 Chg. +1036.00
Settle
Chg
200.00
208.00
214.00
220.00
+3.00
+2.00
+1.00
+1.00
886.00
888.00
894.00
896.00
+5.00
+6.00
+7.00
+7.00
Rent-A-Center gets treated like a rental
Rent-A-Center stock plunged to its lowest level since
2001 on Tuesday, after the rent-to-own retailer said
that its core U.S. business is worth
much less than it previously thought.
The company wrote down the
value of its U.S. business by $1.17
billion, which caused it to report a
net loss of $913 million for its latest
quarter. Excluding that non-cash
write-down and other special items,
Rent-A-Center’s earnings per share
Rent-A-Center (RCII)
52-WEEK RANGE
$9.76
Company
Spotlight
topped analysts’ expectations, but its revenue
unexpectedly weakened.
A string of acquisitions, going
back to 1993, helped Rent-A-Center
build up a network of 2,672 U.S.
stores. Revenue at those stores is
falling, though, and Rent-A-Center
expects the trend to continue in
2016. That forced Rent-A-Center to
rethink how much it was valuing its
U.S. business.
Tuesday’s close: $9.89
Price-earnings ratio: 7
$35.15 (Based on past 12-month results)
1-yr
Total return
RCII
-70.5%
Div. yield: 9.7%
3-yr*
5-yr*
-33.0 -18.4
Dividend: $0.96
1.50
AP
*annualized
Source: FactSet
Dividend Footnotes: a - Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b - Annual rate plus stock. c - Liquidating dividend. e - Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f - Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i - Sum of dividends paid after
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the name.
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packing machinery
to
prepare
powdered product
for shipment. Adjust boxes to proper weight. Meet
quality and productivity standards.
Troubleshoot
equipment to optimize efficiency.
Take samples for
lab analysis. Min.
requirements: HS
Graduate w/ability
to read, write &
comprehend written and verbal material. Apply and
understand simple
math concepts.
Ability to wear PPE
including FRC &
respirator, work
any shift, including
12 hour rotation.
Be able to lift 50
lbs. on a regular
basis. Must meet
min. requirements
in order to be considered an applicant for position.
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0232
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Higdon Furniture
AR/Gen.accounting position. Exp.
preferred. Apply at
3930 Coleman
Crossing Cir. or
270-442-7596
Night Auditor
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By iHOP 442-2080
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Growing company is looking for an
individual with sales experience in
the promotional products and
custom apparel industry.
Ideal candidate
• Self Managed
• Communication Skills
• Computer Skills
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Industry Sales experience is req.
Send resume to:
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Or e-mail: [email protected]
Please include salary expectations
and references
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GENERAL HELP
0232
JANITORIAL HELP needed. 2nd shift.
Background check required. Please
apply at www. amberscleaning.com
0260
RESTAURANT
The Country Club
of Paducah is
now accepting
applications
for the following
positions:
An Energetic
Part-time
Dishwasher and
Prep Cook. And
A Personable
Part-time Server
If you like to be
part of a wellrounded team,
have personal
initiative and a
desire to create
great experiences for yourself and others,
then we want to
talk with you!
Please apply in
person at the
Clubhouse
6500 Turnberry
Drive, Paducah,
KY 42001
270-554-7914
0232
is currently
accepting
applications
Is currently
accepting applications
for for
PRODUCTION/INSERTING POSITION
The Paducah Sun Production Department has positions available parttime production worker.
Positions’ Main Requirements:
• Place preprinted sections into newspapers or preprint jacket.
• Assist in the processing of newspapers including stacking, bundling,
counting, and labeling finished products and delivering papers to
post office
Job Specifications:
• Education: High school diploma, GED or equivalent.
• Skills and Abilities: Fast learner, be alert, ability to communicate,
ability to work with hands, responsible for acting in a safe and
responsible manner, valid driver’s license required.
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The Paducah Sun office located at 408 Kentucky Ave., Paducah, from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
The Paducah Sun is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on
the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.
GENERAL HELP
Experienced Heavy Equipment
Operators, River Deckhands,
Electrical/Mechanical Workers
We are currently accepting applications
at our W Paducah, KY Bulk Transloading
Terminal. SCH Terminal Services, LLC
operates 24/7 year round working 12
hour rotating shifts. Prior experience
required. MSHA surface training a plus.
Great pay with an excellent benefits package.
To request an application,
fax your contact information to
270-643-6703 or email
[email protected]
No calls to the terminal please.
0212
PROFESSIONAL
The Administrative Office of the
Courts,
Department of Family and
Juvenile Services
has one (1) Full Time Court Designated
Specialist position to serve the counties of
Trigg, Caldwell, Livingston and Lyon. Please
visit our website for more information at
www.Courts.ky.gov
All applications must be submitted
online to be considered and
applications must be submitted by the
deadline date February 8, 2016.
Administrative Office of the Courts
Human Resource Department
1001 Vandalay Drive
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
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HOME SERVICE 1144 HANDYMAN 1156
DIRECTORY
HANDYMAN
ASPHALT/ CARPENTER
area
1018 CONCRETE Paducah
25 yrs
Lic.#M00651;$68/hr.
NEW CONCRETE
FLAT WORK
(270) 908-5780
1048
CLEANING
SERVICES
Joe Thweatt
270-554-1208
270-217-4027
Carpentry
Handyman
Jack of All Trades
No job too small
(270) 366-4165
Free Estimates
A&R
Cleaning Service
Exp. & Insured
Serving McCracken
& Surrounding Co's
1162
HOME IMPROVEMENT
& REPAIR
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A to Z
Contracting
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Gas Floor Furnaces,
Empire wall Furnaces,
Gas Lines, Gas Logs,
Ventless Heaters
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270-556-4287
GENERAL HELP
is currently accepting applications for:
FULL-TIME OFFICE DELIVERY AGENT
Duties
will include
delivery
newspaper
The Paducah
Sun currently
has aoffull-time
positionroutes,
available for an
making
of newAgent.
delivery
tapes,
delivery
of missed
Office Delivery
Duties
will include
delivery
of newspaper
routes, making
of new
deliverysubscribers,
tapes, deliveryassist
of missed
papers
of
papers
of home
delivery
with
kiosk
homedoor
delivery
subscribers,
with kiosk
and door
to door sales.
and
to door
sales.assist
Company
vehicle
provided.
Company vehicle provided.
Applications
bepicked
picked
Applications may
may be
up up
Monday
through
a.m.
4 p.m.
Monday
throughFriday,
Friday, 88a.m.
to to
4 p.m.
at at
The
Paducah
Sun
The Paducah Sun
408
Kentucky
Avenue
408
Kentucky Avenue
Paducah,
Paducah, Kentucky
Kentucky
NoNo
phone
please.
phone calls
calls please.
The Paducah Sun is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate
on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.
CHILD CARE
FARM
NOTE TO PARENTS:
0276
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
The Paducah Sun
needs Independent Contractors in
Paducah,Benton &
Hardin area.
Potential monthly
profit up to $1,200.
To be part of this
amazing process,
call Brijit at
270-575-8781
or email bstiles@
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0288
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Sitter Needed For
Elderly Woman in
Paducah - Midnight to 8AM Shift.
Must be dependable & have
transportation.
Call 270-554-5321
ANDERSON’S
CONTRACTING
For all your home improvements
& new construction projects.
No Job Too Small.
Free Estimates.
Licensed & Insured.
Quality Work at a Fair Price.
270-559-0643
270-366-5133
DeLavern's
Service
Pool Tables,
Fencing & Decking,
Hot tubs, Lean-tos,
Ceramic tile & more
270-252-5619
1162
HOME IMPROVEMENT
& REPAIR
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Over 25 Years Experience
Doors, Windows,
Siding, Decks, Covers,
Retaining Walls, etc.
Mike Downing
270-816-3609
POWLEY
CONTRACTING
& CONSULTING
Specializing in
Remodel & New
Construction.
Licensed & Insured
270-210-0073
1198
LAWN/LANDSCAPE/
TREE SVC
ADORE LAWN &
LANDSCAPING
Leaf Removal &
Cleanup, Mulching,
Overseeding,
Hedge Trimming
270-554-2426
270-933-8869
Joe's Tractor &
Backhoe Service
Hauling Gravel,
Dirt & Sand.
Spread For Driveways & Yards.
Tilling, Grading,
Snow Removal.
Free Estimates
270-564-9008
1200
TREE SERVICE
A-SAP Tree &
Stump Removal
(270) 252-6110
(270) 703-5970
We specialize
in large tree
removals, hangers
& trimming.
ACE TREE
SERVICE
& Stump Removal
Aerial Bucket Truck
Insured
Free Estimates!
(270) 898-8733
PADUCAH
TREE
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
0232
Kentucky State
Law requires
licensing for child
care facilities
providing care for 4
or more children
not related to the
licensee by blood,
marriage or
adoption.
HOME IMPROVEMENT
& REPAIR
(270) 210-5132
We also do
Window Cleaning!
0264
1162
0480
FARMS FOR
SALE
375 Acre Farm
in Ballard County
Duck,Turkey and
Deer hunting
(270) 665-5974
MERCHANDISE
0506
ANTIQUES/ART
Museum Quality
Ornate Antique
Furniture including
Massive French
Renaissance
Revivals, Breakfront,
Horner 5pc Parlor set,
Rosewood Curved
Glass China Cabinet,
Massive Oak China
Cabinet, Rosewood
Sofa, Victorian Parlor
Chairs, Marble Top
Tables, Grandfather
Clock, Hummel
Figurines, Carnival
Glass, Oil Paintings,
Banquet Lamps,
Palace Urn, and More
270-970-0599
0509
HOUSEHOLD
GOODS
PILLOW TOP
mattress sets NEW
in plastic Queen
$195, Full $185, King,
$385 270-293-4121
can deliver. $40 Down
Take home Today
0533
FURNITURE
Bedroom Suites
New in Boxes. 6pc.
cherry sleigh bed,
$695. 270-2934121. Can deliver
$40 down take
home today.
0554
WANTED TO RENT/
BUY/TRADE
Cash for Farms
(270)339-8680
0563
MISC. ITEMS
FOR SALE
THIS NEWSPAPER
COULD BE YOURS
EVERY DAY!
What better gift to
give yourself or a
friend.
Call The Paducah
Sun Customer
Service Dept for
details. 575-8800
or 1-800-599-1771.
REAL ESTATE FOR
RENT
1200
TREE SERVICE
NO TREE TOO TALL.
NO JOB TOO SMALL.
WE CUT THEM ALL.
FREE ESTIMATES.
PRO AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICES
270-366-2033
1276
ROOFING
Affordable Home
Improvement
Specializing in
ALL your home
improvement needs
(Roofing, Flooring
Repairs, etc.)
Insured, Free Est.
5% Military Discount
Scott, 270-309-3025
1276
ROOFING
COWBOY UP
• Metal Roofing
1 layer shingle
2000 sq.ft.
tear-off $3995
2000 sq.ft. metal
$3995
*Free EstimatesWill beat any
contactor's price
• Build Pole Barns
270-705-5799
270-382-2345
HINES
ROOFING
Shingles & Metal
35 Years Experience
INSURED
All Work Guaranteed
270-443-6338
270-556-5474
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able to obtain renewals or extensions of
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to expire. The following agreements are
due to expire soon, and we may be required to cease carriage of one or more
of these services or stations in the near
future: WATE (SD & HD), WKRN (SD &
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(Liberty and Williamsburg) and WBXX
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FOR RENT
0610
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APARTMENTS
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location, water pd.
No pets $440mo
554-0211/217-5890
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PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
All real estate
advertised herein
is subject to the
Federal Fair
Housing Act which
makes it illegal to
advertise any
preference,
limitations, or
discrimination
based on race,
color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial
status or national
origin, or intention
to make any such
preferences,
limitations or
discrimination.
State laws forbid
discrimination in
the sale, rental or
advertising of real
estate based on
factors in addition
to those protected
under federal law.
We will not
knowingly accept
any advertising for
real estate which is
in violation of the
law. All persons
are hereby
informed that all
dwellings
advertised are
available on an
equal opportunity
basis.
2 bd. 1.5 bath,
$550. 554-2287
2 BR 1.5 BA
TowneHome
Lone Oak Rent+Dep
No pets 554-4049
Lone Oak
1 Bdrm, 1 Bath, all
appls, ref., $450
270-210-0191
MCGUIRE REALTY
2845 Trimble St.
1BR $375, 2BR $450.
NO PETS 554-1736
REIDLAND: 2 BR,
$495. No pets.
270-898-2256.
0615
FURNISHED
APARTMENTS
$475/mo furn. 1 BR
No Pets. 559-0688
0620
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RENT
Reidland 3000 sq
ft $950 & 2bd 1 ba
$500 270-559-0688
Stevin Dr 2,700 sq ft
$950mo 559-0688
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2 BR 2 BA garage,
$800 mo+dep
270-562-2674
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FRIDAY
8 A.M.
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RECOVERY BY ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE OF KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY’S
2016 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PLAN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Kentucky Utilities Company (“KU”) filed with the Kentucky Public Service Commission (“Commission”) on January 29, 2016 in Case No. 2016-00026, an Application pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statute
278.183 for approval of an amended compliance plan (“KU’s 2016 Environmental Compliance Plan”) for the purpose of
recovering the capital costs associated with new pollution control facilities through an increase in the environmental surcharge on customers’ bills beginning August 31, 2016 under KU’s existing Electric Rate Schedule ECR, also known as the
environmental cost recovery surcharge. The total capital cost of the projects in KU’s 2016 Environmental Compliance Plan
is estimated to be $678 million.
Federal, state, and local environmental regulations require KU to build and upgrade equipment and facilities
that produce energy from coal to operate in an environmentally sound manner. Specifically, KU is seeking Commission
approval of Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity for the construction of Phase II of the landfill at the E.W. Brown
Generation Station (“Brown”), and to close coal-combustion-residual (“CCR”) ponds and construct new process-water facilities at Brown, the Ghent Generating Station (“Ghent”), and the Trimble County Generating Station. Each construction
project is component of KU’s 2016 Environmental Compliance Plan.
KU is also seeking an order declaring that CCR pond closures at the Green River Generating Station, Pineville
Generating Station, and Tyrone Generating Station are ordinary extensions of existing systems of the usual course of
business.
Lastly, KU is seeking an order approving an amended compliance plan for purposes of recovering the costs of
new pollution control facilities through its Environmental Surcharge tariff. These projects are required for KU to comply with
the federal Clean Air Act as amended, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new rule on the Disposal of CCR from
Electric Utilities, the Mercury Air Toxics Standards, and other environmental requirements that apply to KU facilities used in
the production of energy from coal. In addition to the projects described above, additional projects in KU’s 2016 Environmental Compliance Plan include installing improvements to the Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization systems on Ghent Unit 2 and
installing improvements to the mercury-related control equipment of Ghent Units 1-4, thereby allowing additive injections to
mitigate mercury emissions. The total capital cost of the new pollution control facilities for which KU is seeking recovery at
this time is estimated to be $640 million. Additional operation and maintenance expenses will be incurred for certain projects
in KU’s 2016 Environmental Compliance Plan and are costs that KU is requesting to recover through the environmental
surcharge in its application.
The impact on KU’s customers is estimated to be a 2.06% increase in 2016 with a maximum increase of 3.35%
in 2019. For a KU residential customer using 1,146 kilowatt hours per month, the initial monthly increase is expected to be
$2.16 during 2016, with the maximum monthly increase expected to be $3.52 during 2019.
The Environmental Surcharge Application described in this Notice is proposed by KU. However, the Public
Service Commission may issue an order modifying or denying KU’s Environmental Surcharge Application. Such action may
result in an environmental surcharge for consumers other than the environmental surcharge described in this Notice.
Comments regarding KU’s 2016 Environmental Surcharge Plan and Application may be submitted to the Public
Service Commission through its Web site or by mail to the Public Service Commission, Post Office Box 615, Frankfort,
Kentucky 40602.
Any corporation, association, body politic or person may, by motion within thirty (30) days after publication,
request leave to intervene in Case No. 2016-00026. That motion shall be submitted to the Public Service Commission, 211
Sower Blvd., P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky, 40602, and shall set forth the grounds for the request including the status
and interest of the party. Intervention may be granted beyond the thirty (30) day period for good cause shown, however, if the
Commission does not receive a written request for intervention within thirty (30) days of initial publication, the Commission
may take final action on the application. Any person who has been granted intervention may obtain copies of the Application
and testimony by contacting Kentucky Utilities Company at 220 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40202, Attention:
State Regulation and Rates.
A copy of the Application and testimony is available for public inspection on KU’s website (http://www.lge-ku.com),
on the Commission’s website (http://www.psc.ky.gov), and in paper medium Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm at
the office of Kentucky Utilities Company, 100 Quality Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40507 or the Commission’s offices located
at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, after January 29, 2016.
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RENT
2BR,1BA spacious
Fountain Ave area
$650/mo + dep
270-331-7255
869 & 871 E 7th St
Calvert City
KY,42029
Apt: 869 2 bed 1
bath $700
Apt: 871 2 bed 1
bath with bonus
room $800
270-816-1442
Mall Area 2 bdrm., garage,
no pets, $650 mo.
270-488-3148
0650
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SHARE
NEAR RYANS
$300/person, bible
study avail. furn.,
util. incl. w/cable.
270-816-2823
0675
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FOR RENT
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Ind. Oaks, 442-1727
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