Adam Shull

Grant Professional | Former Journalist

Location icon United States

I've been a professional writer of some sort my entire career, most recently as a grant professional for K-12 education, higher education and city government. I cut my teeth as a reporter and editor in western Kentucky, and I've enjoyed freelance marketing jobs throughout the years.

When I'm not serving in my role as Grant Specialist for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, I'm looking for ways to keep writing and to add value while I'm at it.

Partake in Paducah
Dawg Yawp - Musician - Partake in Paducah

After a self-titled LP in 2016, the two have recorded enough material for at least another EP and some singles, Keenan said. Wherever that leads them is bound to be unique, and speaking of unique, where does that name - Dawg Yawp - come from? A friend gifted Keenan with a dog he named Jimmy.

Partake in Paducah
Chris Black - Songwriter - #PartakeInPaducah

"People say that it (Apt B) sounds like 'The Big Come Up,'" Black said, referencing the 2002 Black Keys debut. "Which I don't really think that it does. But I'm also a massive Black Keys fan so you know, I'm really familiar with their work and by familiar I mean I obsessed over it for years really trying to learn how to play blues guitar.

School of Education
#GivingTuesday MSPS Spotlight: Signs of Change - What's Happening at Moss Street? - School of...

REIDSVILLE - Driving north along the business route of U.S. Route 29 near downtown Reidsville, cars pass a relatively new billboard emblazoned with "Moss Street Partnership School." Drivers see the letters UNCG for the University of North Carolina Greensboro and #BetterTogether. A short drive further north brings you to an elementary school that's served its ...

School of Education
#GivingTuesday MSPS Spotlight: Waiting on a Book - School of Education

REIDSVILLE - Fourth-grader Sarai Torres is standing in a hallway of the Moss Street Partnership School while in the throes of an awful struggle familiar to dedicated readers everywhere. The waiting. Torres doesn't blink her dark brown eyes as she speaks while clutching a paperback copy of "Dork Diaries," number six.

The Paducah Sun (Ky.) Business front
Meeting the challenge

The job, not the product, is tough for locally owned meat markets

The Paducah Sun (Ky.)
Love in a time of crisis

Kentucky Press Association Award Winner — Best Feature 2010: How a Paducah man and a Honduran woman fought for their marriage through distance, a presidential plight and red tape

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