Marshall County was formed in 1842. It is located in the Western Lakes region of the state. The elevation in the county ranges from 302 to 550 feet above sea level. In 2000 the county population was 30,125 in a land area of 304.89 square miles. The county seat is Benton.

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Marshall County Hospital
Includes mission, services, listing of physicians, long term care, home health, careers, greeting cards, contact information, and directions.
Marshall County Public Library
Covers services and programs offered, links to branches, catalogs and databases, and a directory of board members and staff.
Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Local newspaper online for subscribers. Includes news, people, sports, editorials, announcements, contact information, and top stories.
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