A Christmas in the Trees

Don’t miss this festive drive-thru event (inverted parade) at Noble Park  Saturday, December 5th 5:30 – 9:30 PM. Enter Noble Park through the HC Mathis Gate and drive through to experience a unique holiday experience! It’s a ‘parade’ that you can drive by! The drive by parade features MelRhea Balloons. Santa will also be there…

Taste The Town is Back!

Soon, you can Taste The Town for half price! $50 gift cards for only $25 to some delicious restaurants in our region! Visit TASTETHETOWN.COM for details. Restaurants include Sirloin Stockade, Taco John’s, Knoth’s BBQ, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Lambert’s Cafe, Jasmine Thai and Sushi, Mellow Mushroom, and more!

Mike Miller Park Christmas Lights

The Marshall County Parks Department and Jackson Purchase Energy Corporation will once again hosting their Christmas in the Park light show at Mike Miller Park. The annual light show will kick off Friday, November 27 and will run each evening through December 30, with the exception of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day when the park…


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The Scouting Troops of Central Church of Christ in Benton are sponsoring a drive-thru chili supper on Saturday, November 14th from 5 to 7 p.m. at the church. It’s $5 and tickets may be purchased in advance from any member of Pack 247, Troop 247, or their scouting leaders. They’re also holding a food drive…


94.7 The Mix is letting your voice be heard! The voting is officially open for the West Kentucky Star Peoples Choice Awards! You can cast your vote every day for your favorite businesses and people in lots of categories across Western Kentucky. Get your votes in before the polls close by clicking here!


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