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LBL Pickin’ Party finishes another year
Musicians and old-time music fans alike gathered at Land Between the Lakes’ Homeplace over the weekend for the annual Pickin’ Party. The weather for the event couldn’t have been much better, with S...
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Glass exhibit to open at JMAM June 28
Beginning June 28 at 6 p.m., the Janice Mason Art Museum will be displaying the works of renowned glass artist and Centre College professor Stephen Rolfe Powell. “Powell is an internationally renow...
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Out of 3,000 CNAs, Garland is judged as best
After 29 years of continuous employment, Virginia Garland has been recognized as one of the best workers in her field. Garland is a certified nursing assistant at Shady Lawn Nursing Home, and was h...
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Trigg teens feel pinch at the pump
Being a teenager has difficulties in and of itself, with everyday stresses of boyfriends or girlfriends and parents, not to mention trying to make a paycheck from a minimum-wage job last. This is d...
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Filmmaker speaks to Rotary
Princeton filmmaker Sam Koltinsky spoke to the Cadiz Rotary Club last week about a six-part miniseries he developing for KET in honor of the 2010 World Equestrian Games. Koltinsky complimented the ...
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Art museum board meets, discusses upcoming events
Jan Culwell has replaced Jean Martin as the president of the Janice Mason Board of Directors. After the board elected new officers at their June 5 meeting, several members thanked Martin for the wo...
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Gearhart speaks to Chamber of Commerce about pandemic flu
The difference between a seasonal flu and flu pandemic is simple: while seasonal flu already circulates among us, pandemic flu is a new virus, and we won’t be prepared for it. This was one of sever...
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Yard sale brings buyers into heat
Temperatures in the 90’s and unleaded fuel prices approaching $4 nationwide did little to deter the popularity of the state’s 400-Mile Yard Sale, stretching the length of the state on Highway 68- f...
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Women’s Show draws steady crowd Saturday
The annual Trigg County Extension Homemakers Women’s Show had a steady turnout throughout the event Saturday, Homemakers President Tish Rudd said. Rudd said that 55 vendors had booths at the show, ...
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Homeplace Pickin’ Party this weekend
If you want to take a step back in time 150 years and listen to old-fashioned folk, roots and bluegrass music this weekend, there is only one choice. The annual Pickin’ Party at the Land Between th...
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