Marshall County Attorney Jason Darnall

Screenshot by Dalton York / Marshall County Board of Health

An executive order signed last week by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear closing in-person dining at restaurants and bars will be enforced by local health departments. This follows the Marshall County Health Department seeking clarity on which agencies are in charge of enforcing the order.

Screenshot by Dalton York / Marshall County Board of Health

The Marshall County Board of Health is waiting for guidance from the state before enforcing Governor Andy Beshear’s executive order requiring restaurants and bars to halt in-person dining services.

Marshall County Sheriff's Office

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The Marshall County E-911 Department is working to maintain access to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database after a change to the department’s classification sparked debate on whether the 911 program is properly credentialed to continue using the service. 

Hope Davis

A Marshall County couple is planning a peaceful protest in response to the deaths of black Americans at the hands of law enforcement in Kentucky and throughout the nation.

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The Marshall County Fiscal Court unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday evening which states the county will not follow any state or federal laws regulating guns that local officials perceive to be unconstitutional. The resolution follows other similar resolutions passed by counties to reassert gun rights across the Commonwealth.