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Coon dogs take center stage in Breeder’s Showcase - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Hundreds of hunters from all over the nation gathered at Kenlake State Park last weekend for the Professional Kennel Club Breeders’ Showcase hosted by Hardin’s Twin Lakes Coon Club. “Aurora, Kentucky, Twin Lakes Coon Club, the host club for Aurora ...
A life of service - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
A crowd of nearly 200 gathered Sunday for a surprise celebration at Flint Southern Missionary Baptist Church in Calloway County to honor Bro. Glenn E. Cope for his 50 years of work in the Baptist church. Bro. Cope, a native of Marshall County, surrendered ...
Hipsher gets win in BFL tourney - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
CALVERT CITY – Benton’s Craig Hipsher added a little padding to his lead in the LBL Division of the Walmart Bass Fishing League with a victory Saturday on Kentucky and Barkley lakes. Hipsher weighed five bass at 22 pounds, 13 ounces to edge another ...
MC soccer squads rated highly - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
DRAFFENVILLE – Hard on the heels of some World Cup enthusiasm in the U.S., fall brings high school soccer season and great expectations in Marshall County. The Lady Marshals are the reigning Region 1 champions and the Marshals were edged in last year’s ...
Late-race heroics entertain fans, disappoint local racers at KLMS - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
CALVERT CITY – Fantastic finishes were the order of the evening Saturday night at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway, but local drivers were on the short side of the drama. Three of four features were decided inside the final two laps, and Troy English and Tim ...
Sheriffs’ Ranch marks 39th year - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program is about to come to a close for the season after their 39th consecutive year, serving boys and girls from throughout Ketucky. The camps runs throughout June and July, serving both boys ...
MC school lunch prices will see 10-cent increase - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
The cost of a school lunch will increase by a dime when students head back to the classroom on Aug. 7. Food Service Director Beth Cunningham announced at the Board of Education meeting last week that the school lunch price will jump from $1.75 to $1.85.
YATES - GIBBS - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Ms. Cinda Yates and the late J J (Jerry) Yates of Wingo announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brooke Nicole, to Dakota Charles Gibbs, son of Tami Gibbs of Benton and Bill Gibbs of Golconda, Illinois. The bride is the granddaughter of the ...
Benton student is first to graduate accelerated rural medical program - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
LOUISVILLE – Ashley Flanary Jessup always wanted to be a doctor when she grew up. She just never imagined that along the way she would blaze a new trail for medical education in Kentucky. Growing up in Benton, Jessup didn’t fit the typical demographic ...
Eddie Midyett - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
James Edward Midyett, 87, of Paducah passed away at 11:05 p.m., Sunday, July 20 at Baptist Health Paducah. He was a member of Broadway Church of Christ. He was a drug sales representative until his retirement with L.S. Dubois. He served in the United ...