Dalton York

Student Reporter

Dalton York is a Non-profit management major at Murray State University. A native of Marshall County, Dalton is a proud product of his tight-knit community. He has competed nationally in speech and debate, winning numerous accolades in extemporaneous speaking and radio broadcast. Dalton is also very active in community theatre, appearing on stage and backstage at Playhouse in the Park.  Dalton considers himself a "public radio nerd" and is proud to serve his community through WKMS.

Dawson Springs Independent Schools

A “spirit week” decoration at a west Kentucky high school is attracting controversy after one class chose President Trump as their decoration theme.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing how the agency manages Lake Barkley’s shoreline, and the Corps wants public feedback on the review.

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An important west Kentucky state representative in the process of shaping this year’s state budget will also serve as the House of Representatives’ acting majority floor leader.

Shannon Davis-Roberts for State Representative

The race for Kentucky’s fifth district house seat now features a Democrat and a Republican.

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Three candidates are running to become the next family court judge for the 42nd judicial circuit, which includes Marshall and Calloway counties. 

Dalton York / WKMS

McCracken County and Paducah leaders presented their vision for the community Thursday at a Chamber of Commerce event.

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This article has been updated.

A west Kentucky county is now on the record as supporting the second amendment.

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A Muhlenberg County educator is seeking Kentucky’s 15th district house seat this fall. 

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Security at U.S. Army base Fort Campbell is increasing as tensions with Iran continue after a U.S. airstrike killed an Iranian general last week.

Dalton York / WKMS

  A scheduled vote for an ordinance that would make Marshall County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” has been postponed.

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