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  As news of a Christmas tree shortage spreads across the country, a local nursery owner predicts he will be sold out at least a week earlier than usual leaving regular customers disappointed. Kenny Westfall, who owns Holly Nursery in Calvert City along with his wife, Sandy, and his brother,…

  As of yesterday at press time, the Benton Police Dept. was still actively searching for Jonathan “Danny” Williams, 53, of Benton, for questioning in connection with the death investigation of Billy J. Lee, 54, of Benton. Friends found Lee dead in the living room of his home at 1300 Birch S…

 Court proceedings surrounding the Marshall County High School shooting and alleged shooter, 16-year-old Gabe Parker, have been pushed several months out due to the tremendous amount of evidence in the case. March 8, 2019 at 1 p.m. is the next time Parker is scheduled to appear in Marshall C…

A lawsuit has been filed in Marshall Circuit Court by Zion Harmon through his father, Mike Harmon, against the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 

The Calvert City McDonald's is on fire and was completely engulfed in flames by approximately noon today. According to an employee on the scene the fire broke out around 11:30 a.m.

  Kentucky Dam Village will welcome the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA) back to the Kentucky Lake area, with more than 65 media members and a total attendance estimated at more than 130 to include industry representatives, spouses and guest speakers. The guests begin to arrive…

  An active shooter training exercise will  take place at the Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) this Friday from noon until 4 p.m. MCHD will be closed to the public beginning at noon through the remainder of the day.

  A man told me last week he knew of 11 American soldiers who had died overseas in the previous two weeks. He knew their names and where they were stationed. They weren’t his biological sons but they called him ‘Papa Ferg,’ and he cared for them as if they were his own.