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Edward Eugene McLeod - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Gene McLeod, 61, of Murray passed away at 7:54 a.m. Wednesday August 19 at the Heartford Hospice House in Owensboro. He was born on October 16, 1953 in Princeton to the late Cecil Edward McLeod and JoAnn Holsapple McLeod of Murray. He dedicated his whole ...
Rose-Shelby - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Phillip and Rebecca Rose of Morgantown are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby Lynn Rose, to Dustin Blake Shelby, son of Larry Dale and Pam Shelby of Graves County. Shelby is the granddaughter of Louise and the late Royce Forsythe ...
Hardy Williams - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Hardy Williams, 69, of Symsonia passed away at 6:44 p.m. Friday August 21 at his home. He retired from B.F. Goodrich. He was a member of Clarks Rivers Baptist Church, Aim-Unite, Symsonia Masonic Lodge 917, Rizpah Shriners in Madisonville and West Kentucky ...
Teresa Kay Maddox - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Teresa Kay Maddox, 60, of Benton passed away on Aug. 16. On October 19, 1954 H.H. “Junior” and Martha “Granny” Epps welcomed a beautiful baby girl into their home. On Aug. 16 at 7:25 a.m. God welcomed a beautiful woman into her heavenly home.
Betty Mabry - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Betty Mabry, 66, of Hardin, died Saturday, August 22 at her home following a long illness. She was co owner of Willow Pond in Aurora and a member of Chapel Hill Baptist Church. She was born on Oct. 21, 1948. Survivors include her husband, Randal Mabry ...
Robbie Lucille Dunn - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Robbie Lucille Dunn, 90, of Benton passed away August 19 at her home. Robbie was born in Sharon, Tennessee in 1925 and her family moved all over West Tennessee during the Great Depression. She followed her parents to Ohio during World War II where she ...
Two new businesses, crafts and vintage antiques coming to Benton - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Two new businesses, The Junktion and Five and Dime Antique Collectibles and More, will open their doors in Benton in the coming weeks promising vintage antiques, locally-crafted items and home décor. The Junktion, scheduled to open Sept. 1 is located at ...
MC Schools to host screening of ‘Most Likely to Succeed’ - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Marshall County Schools invites the community to attend a free, public screening of the documentary, “Most Likely to Succeed” Sept. 3 at the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts Center beginning at 6 p.m. Instructional Supervisor Abby Griffy said the award ...
Benton Dog honored with memorial service - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Approximately 200 people gathered in Benton today for a memorial service honoring Town Dog, also known as Benton Dog, the town's pet. The service was scheduled to be held just outside City Hall but the crowd was so large, it was moved to the courthouse lawn.
Carter-Dunigan - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Crystal Gail Carter of Benton, formerly of Owensboro, and Jason Dunigan of Benton will be united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Roger and Lorraine Carter of Gilbertsville, formerly of Owensboro. The groom is the son of Rhonda and Terry Dunigan ...
Ronnie Lee Ross - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Ronnie Lee Ross, 54, of Princeton passed away at 5:37 a.m., Monday, August 3 due to injuries received from an automobile accident in Princeton. He is survived by five sisters, Wanda Reynolds of Paducah; Sherry Whitehair of Princeton; Linda Campbell of ...
Fay Gilbert - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Fay Gilbert, 82, of Benton passed away, at 9:25 a.m. Friday, August 14 at Lake Way Nursing Home. She is survived by her daughter, Rhonda Cochran of Ypsilanti, Michigan; two sons, Martin Ernest Gilbert of Madison Heights, Michigan and Murray Thomas Gilbert ...
Friday Night Light volunteers by supporting athletes - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
For those wanting to volunteer for the Marshall County football and basketball teams, Friday Night Light is the answer. Since forming in 2011, the organization of churches and other community members has come together to feed the football team pre-game ...
MC School bus driver retires after 5 decades on the road - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
After five decades of transporting generations of Marshall County students to and from school, bus driver Jean Henson is retiring. Jean Henson, 79, or “Miss Jean” as she is affectionately known by her kids, made the decision to park her bus for good.
Fundraiser for local firefighter with cancer set for tonight - Marshall County Tribune-Courier
While a local volunteer firefighter is fighting a rare form of cancer, the community is rallying to help with medical bills through fundraising. Tim Hartley is currently struggling with a double-diagnosis of cancer he received just weeks ago. The non ...