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International students reflect on alcohol vote

While Murray “going wet” is big news for residents of Murray, considering both the longevity of the ordinance overturned and the fact that this will change the way residents live…

Murray, Marshall to vote on heated issue

Following the city of Murray declaring the package liquor vote will occur on July 17, Marshall County officials scheduled their liquor vote for the same day. Tim York, Marshall County…

Packaged liquor vote set for July 17

Ed Marlowe Staff writer County-Judge Executive Larry Elkins ordered an election be held for the total distribution of packaged liquor in the city of Murray for July 17, 2012. The…

Trigg’s numbers show varying results

Edward Marlowe Staff writer Now two years removed, Trigg County officials are noticing the differences of a previously dry county repealing and turning wet. In January 2010, the first liquor…

Grow Murray meets signature requirements

Ed Marlowe Staff writer On Wednesday morning Grow Murray’s petition for total distribution achieved the required number of signatures for a referendum. Ray Coursey, county clerk, said his office spent…

Opposing liquor petition proceeds

Opposing liquor petition proceeds

Ed Marlowe Staff writer Despite Grow Murray submitting its petition for signature verification, the responding Keep It Out of Murray effort continues to seek support. Martin Severns, pastor of Memorial…

Petitions divide city voters

Petitions divide city voters

Ed Marlowe Staff writer Once again voters in Murray are taking sides in the ongoing controversy of whether packaged liquor sales should be allowed within the city limits. “Grow Murray,”…