|Marion city council allocates money for food bank.|
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- Crosswalk stays despite lost federal funds.
- Independence Day weekend active one in community.
- City restores funding to food bank, other entities.
- OPINION: Local government not our brother’s keeper.
- Algae affects 3,500-plus rural water users; not hazardous.
- OPINION: Panel needs to offer true criminal justice reform in Ky.
- Walking trail to close for repairs.
- Newcom offers state of the county update.
- Fair to feature 8 nights of events.
- IN PICTURES: Church honors local veterans.
- OPINION: Unshakable is the character of our U.S. military veterans.
- Crop certification reports due.
- FSA seeks county committee nominations.
- IN PICTURES: Youth put their new acting skills to practice.
- AAA driving course offered July 12 to seniors.
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Mormon missionaries visit Crittenden in 1891.
- The Peoples Bank named Chamber business of the month.
- IN PICTURES: Youth recreation league team photos.
- SPORTS: Baseball team distributes awards.
- SPORTS: Youth compete at football camp.
- SPORTS: Marion Swim Team results.