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  1. For many months the discussion of a community-oriented gathering has been one of the central points of focus for the City of Murray Human Rights Commission. That event took a more tangible form Monday
  2. Louise Allen Anderson
  3. Nelson Eddy Shroat
  4. The Jackson Purchase is Mitch McConnell country. But the Senate majority leader kept Wednesday visits to Paducah and Mayfield on the QT. 
  5. Like many of you, I grew up with a telephone where your fingers did the walking, dialing numbers by rotating a wheel from an appropriate hole. Where your telephone was attached by a wire at a desk or
  6. GLASGOW, Ky. (AP) — A bill focused on buttressing the nation’s insurance marketplaces will be needed if the full-fledged Republican effort to repeal much of President Barack Obama’s health care law fa
  7. Janet Fitch (left) holds an expression of surprise following a hug from incoming Rotary Club of Murray President Nancy Mieure (center), while outgoing president, Mark Welch, waits to hand Fitch her 20
  8. Recipient of last year's Rotarian of the Year Award, James Gallimore (right), hands the mantle over to this year's recipient, Murray Rotary Club Secretary Yvonne Vogt.
  9. Members of the Badgett Playhouse play before an audience at the Rotary Amphitheater in Murray's Central Park Tuesday. The night featured some classic outlaw country songs and was the final summer show
  10. Concert to be on July 4

Local news

  • The possibility of filing a lawsuit against Calloway Judge-Executive Larry Elkins or the Calloway Fiscal Court for failing to perform its duties was considered at Wednesday’s Calloway County Public Li
  • The first two meetings of the new Mayor’s Committee on Revenue Needs, Expenditures and Revenue Sources (Mayor’s CoRNERS) were mainly overviews of Murray’s financial situation.
  • The Murray City Council on Thursday approved the first reading of an ordinance that restated certain revenues and expenditures, many dealing with the purchase of the BB&T downtown branch building
  • •The Murray-Calloway County Park Board will meet at 6 p.m. Monday in the board room of the Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce office at 805 N. 12th St. Agenda items include the financial repor
  • When Cecil Lovett took a job nine years ago as a janitor at North Calloway Elementary School after running a Murray service station for the previous 42, he was thinking his stay would not be very long

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