Tell Me More Paducah is a short two to five minute video segment that features a City of Paducah project or program or an upcoming event. The WKCTC Television Production Department and Public Information Officer Pam Spencer produce the episodes. Tell Me More airs during the rotating slide show between shows on Government 11 (channel 11 for Comcast subscribers).
November 2018 (episode 7, 4:55 minutes) - Tell Me More - Stormwater Public Meeting Storm Water & Drainage Engineer Eric Hickman provides the details regarding the community's invitation to attend a public meeting on November 14, 2018, to learn about the Comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan and the proposed Stormwater Utility.
December 2017 (episode 6, 5:31) - Tell Me More - Curbside Recycling Assistant Public Works Director Chris Yarber explains the curbside recycling program, the accepted items, and how residents can sign up for the service.
September 2017 (episode 5, 5:00 minutes) - Tell Me More - Public Power Week and E-scrap Collection Paducah Power System Director of Community Relations & Marketing Andrea Underwood talks about Public Power Week and a free community event on October 2, 2017, to drop off e-scrap and fluorescent light bulbs.
June 2017 (episode 4, 2:30 minutes) - Tell Me More - Meet the Artists Paducah Main Street Director Melinda Winchester provides the details of the third annual Meet the Artists event which will be Thursday, June 15, 2017. It will be at City Hall from 4:30 until 8:30 p.m.
March 2017 (episode 3, 5:06 minutes) - Tell Me More - Phase I Health Park Parks Services Director Mark Thompson explains all of the features under construction in the first phase of the Health Park located in the historic Fountain Avenue Neighborhood. Updated Video from Drone (June 2017)
February 2017 (episode 2, 2:46 minutes) - Tell Me More - Transient Boat Dock Construction City Engineer & Public Works Director Rick Murphy explains the process to construct the 340-foot long transient dock.
January 2017 (episode 1, 2:11 minutes) - Tell Me More - I Heart Presidents Day Recreation Specialist Taylor Morsching with the Parks Services Department provides an overview of the I Heart Presidents Day event which will be February 11 at the Robert Cherry Civic Center.