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Beer is here, first locations begin sales
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com Two family-owned Marshall County businesses last week became the first to legally sell beer in Marshall County since Dec. 1...
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By Chaney’s Hands outreach program forms
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Tony and Angel Blackmon are reaching out to the community, devastated after their daughter “lost her battle with depression,” tak...
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MC E-911 utilizes technological advances, prioritizes responder safety
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com During this year’s Marshall County Emergency Responder’s Appreciation Dinner, Marsha Penney and her family learned Marshall Count...
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Police urge caution when donating to panhandlers
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com It’s not typical for residents in a city the size of Benton to see a homeless person standing on the street corner asking for hel...
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Neal announces selection of key staff members
Staff Report Last week, Marshall County Judge/Executive Kevin Neal appointed Brad Warning as deputy judge/executive and Scott Brown as ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) administrator. Both were swor...
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Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge welcomes newcomer
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com In early October, Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge wished farewell to the former assistant refuge manager, Scott Simmons, wh...
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Recent ruling game changer for 911 funding deficit
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com A recent Supreme Court ruling in Kentucky may pave the way for 911 Emergency Departments to find new funding. Two weeks ago, the ...
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Capt. “Magic,” former Harlem Globetrotter visits MC schools
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Schools across the nation educate students about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse and in within the last decade have begun t...
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Veterans Day ceremony planned at Mike Miller Park
Staff Report Veterans Day ceremonies will be held tomorrow, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. at Veterans Plaza at Mike Miller Park. Master of Ceremonies for the event is Brian Roy, Deputy Director of KACo. Pledg...
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Neal takes county’s top post by wide margin
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com For the first time in nearly a century, Marshall County voters have elected a Republican to the county’s top post. Kevin Ne...
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