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Poetry reading Thursday
Eldora’s Books, Etc. will host a poetry reading from local poet and middle school teacher Brandy Woodall on April 17. Ezell said that April 17 is National Poem in Your Pocket Day. Portia Ezell, the...
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Trigg County family one of many stranded by American Airlines inspection debacle
For the Wortham family, spring break came with a perfect storm, so to speak, of airline problems. Not only did their original airline, ATA, file bankruptcy right before they were scheduled to fly o...
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Phillips is Relay honorary co-chair
remain on the lookout for a recurrence of their disease even when in remission, but Tammy Phillips has to be even more vigilant than most. Phillips is one of this year’s honorary co-chairs for Rela...
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Theater director to return to Cadiz for second in lecture series
At 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 20, former Cadiz resident Marci Woodruff will give a lecture about theatre at Trigg County High School’s Little Theater. It will be the second in a series of lectures spo...
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Rotary Club kicks off auction Monday night
The Cadiz Rotary Club kicked off its annual auction Monday night at Lakeland Jamboree with a small crowd and a group of constant bidders calling in. As items were called out and placed on the board...
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Pork roast, vegetables and stuffing make a meal to remember
With a tight paper last week, I decided to hold off my column until we had a little more room for it. Hawkins and I had a long weekend. By Sunday afternoon, I wasn’t looking to be too extravagant o...
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Farmers’ Market opens with hanging baskets, bread, with fresh veggies to follow
Though early into the spring season, and local plants have yet to bear fruit, the Cadiz Farmers’ Market opened for the first time this year on April 5 with three vendors and curious shoppers. The F...
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Wyatt returns to Western Kentucky for quilt show at Christian Church
All quilt makers want to create something beautiful to look at, but not everyone makes deeply personal quilts. This could certainly said for Lyon County native Geneva Harper Wyatt, who had a one-wo...
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JMAM board meets, discusses dance and attendence
The Janice Mason Art Museum’s board of directors last week discussed profits from the recent fundraiser dance, the current poetry contest, the opening for the current exhibit and other issues. Muse...
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New Lakeland Jamboree management celebrates veterans
Cadiz continues in its role as a country, bluegrass and gospel music Mecca with the Lakeland Jamboree’s hosting of live performances every weekend. Now managed by the husband and wife duo of Tommy ...
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