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Counsel representing the alleged Marshall County High School shooter, Gabe Parker, filed a motion with the Marshall Circuit Court this week to suppress any statements he made to police on the day of the shooting.

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Crews took down and hauled away two decommissioned water tanks from the North Marshall Water District last week, one in Sharpe and one near Draffenville. NMWD Superintendent Bobby Gifford said they were the remaining two of three decommissioned tanks which were replaced with a new, much larg…

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The Marshall County Sheriff's Office announced a new arrest in connection with the case involving a man who attempted to run over two deputies with his four-wheeler and was later caught after boasting of his escape in a bar.

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The Marshall County Coroner's Office last week officially released the names of a mother and daughter who died in a two-vehicle collision on July 5: 40-year-old Autum Lane and 12-year-old Hailey Lane.

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Through the month of August the Kentucky Lake Vacationland/Lodging Association will pay commercial fishermen a by-the-pound subsidy to remove carp from both Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.

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Along with all the challenges I've faced with the weather in my garden this year, I've also been attacked by the hornworm. I have heard that hornworms will only attack weak or sickly plants. If that is true, I have an epidemic of sick plants. Growing up we called the hornworm "tobacco worms."

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Vicious dogs, overnight camping in parks and an airport restoration update claimed Calvert City Council's attention at its July 8 meeting. Concerns about unrestrained and roaming dogs intensified in late June after three animals allegedly killed a man in Gilbertsville.

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The man accused of beating another man to death remains in custody of the Marshall County Detention Center while the status hearing dates continue to get pushed later into the year. Last week, Commonwealth's Attorney Dennis Foust said attorneys are awaiting a number of test results before th…

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Legendary band Shenandoah, featuring original lead singer Marty Raybon, is coming to Community Financial Services Bank's (CFSB) 45th Annual Watermelon Bust in Draffenville.

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