Paducah

On December 10, 2014, SCI launched a major initiative to transform training for America’s inland mariners at its Center for Maritime Education in More...
  • 2014 River Bell Awards Acclaim Maritime “Family” December 18, 2014 At an annual awards luncheon in Paducah, KY, the Seamen’s Church Institute recognized two inland maritime industry leaders. More...
  • The Future of Simulation Technology in Paducah February 11, 2014 SCI begins a massive rebuild of its Paducah, KY simulators used to train mariners for safety on the water. More...

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Influential Figures Awarded at River Bell Luncheon December 15, 2009

Messrs. James and Brent Recognized for Contributions to Industry and Institute

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Motorcycle Event Fundraises for River Ministry November 17, 2009

by Ann Mills, Chaplain, Ministry on the River

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World-Class Technology Unveiled in Paducah, KY June 29, 2009

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to navigate a multi-barge 25,000-ton tow down the Ohio River? SCI’s Open House provided everyday citizens an opportunity to experience it in realistic... More...

New Paducah Gallery of The Industry's Pride June 29, 2009

In one of the largest collections of inland river transportation photos, contractors hung pictures on SCI’s freshly painted walls of the Center for Maritime Education in Paducah.

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Fireman's Fund Awards Grant to SCI December 15, 2008

Fireman's Fund Awards Grant to SCI December 15, 2008 The Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company has awarded a $30,000 grant to the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) to assist renovations at SCI’s Paducah... More...

River Bell Awards Cause for Celebration December 15, 2008

Not only did the 9th Annual River Bell Awards Luncheon at the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) Center in Paducah, KY raise nearly $150,000 to support Ministry on the River, SCI’s program of... More...

Editorial Claims Future in River Transportation November 4, 2008

The following editorial appeared in the Paducah Sun on Tuesday, November 4, 2008. It is reprinted here with permission. The engine driving Paducah’s economy looks an awful lot like a towboat. When... More...