Marshall county fiscal court

Marshall County Senior Citizens center / Marshall County Senior Citizens Center, via Facebook (cropped)

The Marshall County Senior Citizens Center is warning they’ll have to close their doors if their funds are cut from a proposed county budget.

Kentucky Lake Economic Development in Marshall County, Facebook

The Marshall County Fiscal Court has approved a three-year option agreement on a prospective industrial park. 

Foust's office

Former Circuit Court Judge Dennis Foust is the new superintendent of Marshall County’s Parks Department.

Marshall County Fiscal Court

Economic development officials in Marshall County are awaiting word on whether or not a project that could bring nearly 50 jobs to the county will be approved for state financial incentives.

Kentucky Lake Economic Development in Marshall County / Facebook

The Marshall County Fiscal Court today approved Kentucky Lake Economic Development to proceed with a study to assess the county's best locations for a publicly owned, multi-tenant industrial park. The court hesitated on the decision at last month's meeting. 

Kentucky Lake Economic Development in Marshall County, Facebook

Kentucky Lake Economic Development wants the Marshall County fiscal court  to approve a county-wide study to determine the best location for an industrial park.

The previous fiscal court appropriated $100,000 dollars for the study, but the new fiscal court hesitated on approving the study. 


In response to a handful of Kentucky counties passing right-to-work ordinances, Marshall County has become the first in the commonwealth to approve an anti-right-to-work resolution.

The measure was drafted by Kentucky AFL-CIO president William Londrigan and Marshall County union member Howard “Bubba” Dawes and approved unanimously Tuesday by the Marshall County Fiscal Court.

Marshall County Fiscal Court

Controversy over allegations that Marshall County’s Judge-Executive signed documentation stating a county employee had been laid off when he’d actually retired has made its way to Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway. Marshall’s Fiscal Court met Tuesday to approve an outside report by Louisville attorney Kent Wicker that alleges Mike Miller signed the paperwork that could allow the former part-time county employee to receive unemployment benefits.