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Local grocer closing doors after lifetime of service
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Ted and Joan King, owners of Benton’s King Brothers, said they’re closing the doors after 38 years in the grocery business becaus...
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Six injured in boat explosion at Moors Resort
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com Six people, including an infant, who were injured Sunday afternoon when a boat exploded near a fueling station at Moors Res...
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County hopeful tax incentive will seal deal with new industry
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com The Marshall County Fiscal Court last week approved a tax incentive in order to support a new industry expected to create 84 jobs...
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Three MC schools welcome new principals
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Marshall County students are still enjoying their summer break but the Fourth of July is a reminder that Back to School is just a...
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Pirates Cove resident pleads for cleanup of nuisance properties
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Last week, the Marshall County Fiscal Court heard the second plea this year from representatives of Pirates Cove in Hardin to cle...
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Lost but never forgotten
WWII seaman honored on Independence Day
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Settlement reached in Coursey lawsuit, two others
FRANKFORT (AP) — Kentucky’s legislative leaders have reached a settlement with three state workers who filed sexual harassment lawsuits involving Democratic lawmakers, and taxpayers will likely hav...
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Burglary victims reunited with possessions, family heirlooms
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Last week the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office opened the doors of a storage space under the Judicial Building where hundreds of ...
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Vote Yes campaign to utilize social media, focus on info
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com The Vote Yes group has remained relatively quiet since the special election for alcohol sales was set for July 28 but plans to pr...
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MCSO water patrol offers safety tips for holiday boaters
By Rachel Keller Tribune-Courier Reporter editor@tribunecourier.com Independence Day celebrations are just a few days away and a large influx of visitors to Marshall County and Kentucky Lake accomp...
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