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Safety project nearing completion on I-24, contractor applying anti-friction coating

ky trans cab 300CALVERT CITY - A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is nearing completion on a highway safety project at the I-24 Interchange with the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway in Marshall County. The contractor plans one more night of work along the ramp that connects the Purchase Parkway northbound lanes to Interstate 24 eastbound at Calvert City.

'A Somewhat Slanted Look at the History of the Christian Church' - by Tom Hiter

churchBy: Dr. T. Y. Hitertom2
This is designed to be the first in a series of articles on the subject of the Church in History. That’s not at all the same thing as “church history”, as will become clear shortly, but if we’re to go anywhere at all with this, we have to come to an understanding concerning those terms. History, first.

Local Red Cross Directors 'pink slipped' as Vision 2017 restructuring process gets underway

redcross2BENTON - The future of the local Lakeland Red Cross Chapter is uncertain following the issuance of pink slips to area directors yesterday. The move comes in the wake of a restructuring effort by Red Cross, part of the new ‘Vision 2017’ program.

Marshall County Rotary Club continues youth outreach launching 'Interact' program

interactDRAFFENVILLE - The MC Rotary Club donates tens of thousands of dollars each year to local charitable projects that all have one common bond – they benefit the children of Marshall County.

Marshall County Daily Presents a new Series 'The Church in History'

tom2MARSHALL COUNTY - Beginning this Friday, October 24, we will bring you the writings of Reverend Tom Hiter and his bi-weekly column 'The Church in History.'
The Reverend Dr. Tom Hiter is a Marshall County native who grew up in and around Fairdealing and attended Fairdealing Elementary School. Later, he attended South Marshall High School, graduating in 1964.

Legislator says he is confident revamped I-69 interchange will not close Purchase exit

Working I-69FRANKFORT - Following a meeting Friday afternoon with top leaders of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, state Rep. Will Coursey said he is confident that the revamped I-69 interchange near Calvert City will not close off a route into the city as had been planned.
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