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A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly with State Representative Will Coursey
FRANKFORT– For those of us who remember exactly where we were and what we were doing on Sept. 11, 2001, it may be difficult to believe that 11 years have slipped by since that tragic morning. That ...
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Big names, big talent in Hoopfest 2012
By David Green Tribune-Courier Staff sports@tribunecourier.com DRAFFENVILLE – Football season is barely under way and the Major League pennant races are far from decided, but for many sports fans –...
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Animal shelter adds drop-off fees
By Alan Reed Tribune-Courier News Editor areed@tribunecourier.com BENTON – Owners surrendering their animals to the Marshall County Animal Shelter will now face a $20 fee per animal left at the she...
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State provides funding for county road resurfacing
By Alan Reed Tribune-Courier News Editor areed@tribunecourier.com BENTON – Marshall County will receive $615,325 to re-pave sections of 15 roads. At the Sept 4 meeting of Fiscal Court, Judge-Execut...
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Aurora death case to grand jury Thursday
By Alan Reed Tribune-Courier News Editor areed@tribunecourier.com An Aurora man’s case will be heard before a Marshall grand jury Thursday as he is facing possible manslaughter charges after a deat...
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Storms hit Marshall County, more severe weather possible today
As a line of strong thunderstorms moved through Marshall County last night there were numerous reports of downed trees and debris across roadways. The National Weather Service in Paducah reported w...
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Baier autopsy final results released
The Kentucky State Medical Examiner's Office ruled traumatic asphyxiation and manual strangulation to be the causes of death of Howard J. Baier. Baier, 39, of Aurora, struggled with Jimmy Lynn Filb...
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Ten-year prison sentence for Barlow
Staff Report editor@tribunecourier.com BENTON ­— Despite an apology to the victim and a tearful plea from his mother for his release, former South Marshall Middle School principal Kent Barlow was s...
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Attorney General’s office investigating Refuse Board
By Alan Reed Tribune-Courier News Editor areed@tribunecourier.com At the request of Marshall Judge-Executive Mike Miller, an investigator from the office of the Kentucky Attorney General is reviewi...
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Hardin anticipates move to new City Hall
By Alan Reed Tribune-Courier News Editor areed@tribunecourier.com Few remember when the city of Hardin moved to its current City Hall, but they are anticipating a new City Hall in 2012. Mayor Randa...
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