WASHINGTON, D.C. — When local governments need federal support and money for local projects, they go to the source: Washington, D.C.
Local elected officials, business owners and other leaders will head to Washington, D.C., to seek federal support for projects that affect west Kentucky. They'll be there Sept. 20-21.
Local 6 Anchor Todd Faulkner and Chief Photographer Mike Spissinger will be with those leaders every step of the way during the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce's D.C. Fly-In. Be sure to follow their reports starting Sunday evening, Sept. 19 on WPSD Local 6.
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Industries you and your family rely on for a paycheck, higher education and infrastructure funding: Congressman James Comer, who represents Kentucky’s First District, covered it all during an address Tuesday to the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s D.C. fly-in group in the Capitol.
Job security and economic impact are two direct results of continued cleanup work at the Department of Energy Paducah site. They were also the focus of Tuesday’s talks on Capitol Hill as part of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual D.C. fly-in.
After years of planning and searching for support at a local, state and federal level, a new airport terminal is in our community's future.
Treon Glenn with the U.S. Travel Association discussed just how vital travel is for communities like Paducah and McCracken County. He assured members that every effort is being made to get people traveling again for leisure and business.
It was a busy Monday for the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce. A delegation of more than 40 people is in Washington, D.C., advocating at the federal level for priorities that benefit the Paducah area.
Federal funding and support for a new terminal and continued cleanup at the Department of Energy Paducah site will be front and center for the Paducah Chamber while a delegation of more than 40 people are in D.C.
Local 6 Anchor Todd Faulkner and Chief Photographer Mike Spissinger will be there for every step of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce's D.C. Fly-In.