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Jonathan, South to get free meals
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com For students in two Marshall County schools there really is such a thing as a free lunch and breakfast too, for that matter...
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Court relents, will pay TVA land-use fee
By Devin Griggs For the Tribune-Courier editor@tribunecourier.com The controversy surrounding a land use agreement between the county and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) came to an anticlimact...
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Mosquito problem escalates
By Devin Griggs For the Tribune-Courier editor@tribunecourier.com With rising waters comes a rising tide of complaints about mosquitoes in Marshall County. “We get calls every day,” said Judge-Exec...
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Phelps finds niche in Honey Hill Farms
By Barry Danowski For the Tribune-Courier editor@tribunecourier.com Nestled down a gravel road not far removed from Brewers, you’ll find David Phelps busy gathering vegetables for his patented vegg...
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Drew to file complaint against Miller
Fiscal court will seek independent counsel to probe former worker’s unemployment claim
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Public hearings slated on rate hike
UPDATE: Paducah Meeting Rescheduled The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has rescheduled a videoconference in Paducah that will allow members of the public to provide comments on a request ...
Jun 11, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 623 623 recommendations | email to a friend
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Former CFBS building to be sold
By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com The former Community Financial Services Bank Operations Center will go on the auction block Saturday. The building at 1001 ...
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Yard sale creates traffic nightmare
Staff Report editor@tribunecourier.com There’s no questioning its popularity. The 400 Mile Yard Sale, or U.S. 68 400 Mile Antiques, Collectibles and Stuff event, as it is also known, is a hit with ...
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Antique engines make motors run for Marshall couple
By David Green Tribune-Courier Staff sports@tribunecourier.com GILBERTSVILLE – Dick Brown pointed to the contraption mounted on a steel frame with steel spoke wheels and said, “That right there is ...
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Heavy rain results in flash floods overnight
Overnight flash flooding created problems for residents. The Kentucky Mesonet station in Draffenville measured 3.39 inches of rain, most of it falling just after midnight. That is on top of the 4.0...
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