Marshall County Earns Relay For Life Recognition
(Filed March 26, 2013) NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Marshall County recently earned an honor from the American Cancer Society in Kentucky and the Mid-South area of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana for its efforts with Relay For Life.
Marshall County earned a 10th place ranking in the nation and 13th in Kentucky in per capita money raised for communities with a population of 30,000-34,999. Marshall County raised $5.00 per person. Click here to read more.
State seeks thieves who took navigational wiring from Canal Bridge
(Filed March 21, 2013) GRANDRIVERS- Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is prepared to seek felony charges for the theft of navigational light wiring on the KY 453 Canal Bridge at Grand Rivers. Click here to read the story.
Man extradited on sex charges involving Marshall 14-year-old
BENTON- Cheyney L. Miller, 54, of Douglas, Wyoming has been extradited to Marshall County after a warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of Promoting a Minor under 16-years-old in a sexual performance. Click here to read more.
Bill encouraging schools to stock EpiPens to stop deadly allergic reactions will become law
(Filed March 19, 2013) Frankfort- A bill encouraging Kentucky schools to stock EpiPens, or epinephrine auto-injectors, to stop anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, has passed will soon be signed into law by Gov. Steve Beshear. Click here to read more.