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Mother hopes traffic light will save lives
By Bobbie Foust Special to the Tribune-Courier editor@tribunecourier.com A new traffic signal was activated last Friday in Calvert City at the site where a crash on May 30 claimed the life of a Lyo...
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Nelson escapes, is recaptured while on court-approved release
District Judge Jack Telle granted release for funeral in GA
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Candidates emerge for Ky Senate seat
By Chris Wilcox Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Three candidates recently announced they will seek the office being vacated by Senator Bob Leeper. Leeper announced in Oct. h...
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Fires destroy homes, officials urge caution
By Chris Wilcox Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com After fire destroyed two homes in Marshall County last week, officials are warning homeowners to be more careful about preven...
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West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative cuts ribbon to open new headquarters
Press Release Members of the board of directors of West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative welcomed community leaders recently for a ribbon-cutting ceremony that signified the official opening of ...
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Change in critical access could cripple rural hospitals
By Chris Wilcox Tribune-Courier News Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Marshall County Hospital, which in 2012 had more than 26,000 outpatient visitors, could see a cut in Medicare and Medicaid re...
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A weekend of holiday events upcoming
By Celia Brewer Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com The icy weather last weekend delayed the Calvert City Christmas Parade until this Friday night at 6 and the Kentucky Dam Village B...
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Weather abbreviates Hoop Fest, but officials say success salvaged
By David Green Tribune-Courier Reporter sports@tribunecourier.com DRAFFENVILLE – Last week’s winter storm took its toll on one of Marshall County’s premier sporting events, the high school basketba...
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UPDATE (6:15PM): Hoop Fest hampered by weather yesterday, now in final session.
Hoop fest is underway tonight at Marshall County High School for the final session of what was to be a three-day event. Friday's games had to be canceled due to inclement weather. Here are results ...
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Final tweak changes Hoop Fest Session 4 lineup
The order of four games in the final session of Hoop Fest has been modified, Marshall County High School announced Friday evening. Session 4 will begin at 5 p.m. with a matchup between Prime Prep A...
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