Mike Miller

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  The wife of the late Mike Miller will succeed him as Marshall County's Judge/Executive. Governor Beshear appointed Chyrill Miller to the job Friday, a month after her husband passed away.

UPDATE: Funeral and visitation arrangements are set for longtime Marshall County judge-executive Mike Miller, who died Monday morning.


A Kentucky state audit found Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Byars overspent a budget limitation by more than $107,000 for 2013.

The county fiscal court each year sets the limit on how much the sheriff can spend on deputies’ and assistants’ salaries, but the sheriff can submit an audit to increase that limit.

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Despite concerns over impacting the habitats of endangered bats and mussels, work will go ahead on renovating a Marshall County river port.

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One of the nation’s leading suppliers of industrial, medical and specialty gases is bringing new jobs to Marshall County.

 A Marshall County Grand Jury has cleared longtime Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller of his charges of falsifying public records.

Special Prosecutor Zac Greenwell says Thursday the grand jury found there was not enough evidence for Miller to proceed to trial and issued a “no true bill.” 

  The special prosecutor tasked with reviewing the case involving Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller says he’ll present his findings to a grand jury in the next couple of weeks.

Miller allegedly falsified public records to allow the county’s dog warden to receive state unemployment benefits while Miller indicated the employee retired. 


Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller said he plans to run for his 11th term next year as long as he remains in good health.

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. 

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will meet with local judge executives next Tuesday concerning this year’s increased mosquito levels.

Judge-executives from Calloway, Marshall, Lyon and Trigg counties sent a letter to the commissioner asking for aerial pesticide spraying. The commissioner responded by requesting an in-person meeting.