Cooling centers opened in Marshall County

The Marshall County Emergency Management Office says cooling centers have opened up for those who don’t have power.

They include:
Joe Creason Building – Benton
Hardin Community Building – Hardin
Calvert City Civic Center – Calvert City

The centers do not have anything, so people who do go will have to provide their own food and drinks.

Thousands of people do not have power due to the overnight storms. Local power companies say they are working to restore power as quickly as possible.

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