Dr. George Kipphut has been given a job that fits him to a tee for the second time.
A Tennessee man facing murder charges will return to a Murray courtroom in June after making his latest appearance Tuesday.
As summer is fast approaching, many elementary-aged students are thinking of putting the books down and picking up their video game controllers. But the Rotary Club of Murray’s Summer Readi ng Backpack Project aims at changing that dynamic.
The Gentry House will host its fourth annual Derby Party Saturday, May 7 at 2 p.m. at the Murray Banquet Center on the south side of Murray.
Florida artist Don Kennedy, who was in town on Tuesday to donate 12 paintings to Murray State University, is no stranger to the school. Kennedy graduated from the university in 1956 and 1958 with a bachelor’s of science degree and a Master’s degree, but his roots to Murray and to MSU run deeper.
Murray residents may have seen white, oval shaped stickers decorating the back windshield of motorists passing through the community. Many of these stickers pay homage to a city or town, such as PCB for Panama City Beach or NYC for New York City for example. Now people in Murray can adorn their windshields with their very own MKY decal to pay homage to the friendliest small town in America.
For several months, various interests throughout Murray and Calloway County have been promoting something called Leadercast 2016 that happens Friday.
The Calloway County Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention hosted a special town hall meeting at the Robert O. Miller Conference Center Tuesday night. The town hall gave members of the Murray and Calloway County community a chance to listen to information in regards to underage drinking and other risky behaviors youth may engage in while providing the opportunity to ask questions of local law enforcement and mental health professionals.
Murray High continued to show just how diverse its pool of senior athletes has been this season. On Wednesday afternoon inside the MHS Library, three more athletes signed letters of intent to … Comments (0)