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Early-arriving baby delivered in driveway of Calvert City home
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com CALVERT CITY – Robert Frank Medley was scheduled to arrive into the world today. But on Monday morning he decided to push t...
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Whistleblower trial will get under way
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com Paula Boling, the former North Marshall Water District bookkeeper who says she was wrongfully terminated from her job for r...
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Medicare expansion’s future cost a concern
MC Hospital notes 49 percent hike in ER visits
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Grimes attracts large, enthusiastic audience
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com CALVERT CITY – Parking spots and standing room may have been hard to find at the annual Bean Dinner at Kentucky Dam Village...
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‘Bigger, bolder, better’ is Paul’s call to GOP
By Rachel Vaughan Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com AURORA – Local Republicans gathered Friday night at the Kenlake Tennis Center to enjoy politics, fellowship and a catered c...
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Alcohol on sale at Harbor Lights
Restaurant patrons legally enjoy beer, wine, mixed drinks
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Foust won’t hear trial of former coach Barnard
By Rachel Vaughan Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Circuit Judge Dennis Foust recused himself in the case against former Marshall County football coach Ron Barnard Monday mor...
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Policy would make schools, events tobacco-free
By Rachel Vaughan Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com The Marshall County Board of Education last week took the first step to prohibit the use of tobacco products on all school-...
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Benton student is first to graduate accelerated rural medical program
Staff Report editor@tribunecourier.com LOUISVILLE – Ashley Flanary Jessup always wanted to be a doctor when she grew up. She just never imagined that along the way she would blaze a new trail for m...
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MC school lunch prices will see 10-cent increase
Fed requirement to equalize revenue from free, paid lunches leads to change from $1.75 to $1.85
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