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Canning competition might be back next year
Those who were disappointed that the Trigg County Extension Homemakers did not have a canning competition at this year’s Ham Festival can call the extension office to express their concerns, said E...
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Do we really need to type WWW?
With the many additions to The Cadiz Record web site, the editor thought it might help readers if each week – or from time to time – a short article was published explaining exactly what was being ...
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Middle school holds fall festival
On Oct. 25, the Trigg County Middle School gym was bustling as it gets as the school held its fall festival. One particularly popular attraction included human bowling (above), in which kids steppe...
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From Crofton to Cadiz: Brushy Fork Creek Studios comes to JMAM
The Janice Mason Art Museum’s exhibit, “Rock, Paper, Lathe” opened Saturday night to a crowd that seemed eager to chat with the artists for most of the evening. The show displays the work of Paul a...
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Kiwanas sponsor BUGs in Trigg Schools to bring up grades
The Cadiz Kiwanis Club is sponsoring the BUGs (Bringing Up Grades) program at Trigg County Intermediate School. Although Kiwanis clubs have sponsored this program at various schools across the coun...
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Funeral home joins American Legion to send care packages to servicemen
For many American men and women in uniform, an overseas deployment makes being “home for Christmas” a dream. The American Legion and Goodwin’s Funeral Home’s care package program ensures that the c...
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‘Universe’ sometimes engaging, sometimes frustrating
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Knight’s ham fetches $1,500
Tyler Knight, Trigg County’s Kentucky State Fair Grand Champion ham-curer, fetched the highest price at Saturday’s Ham Festival youth ham auction. Kentucky Machine and Engineering bought the ham fo...
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Art council plans “Conversation” in Cadiz
Representatives from the Kentucky Arts Council will be at the Renaissance Center downtown on Nov. 1 for one in a series of “Community Conversations.” Janice Mason Art Museum board member Paul Fours...
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Terrific Tuesdays kids learn that bigger isn’t always better
It might be a cliché to say the best things come in small packages, but in the case of miniature zebu cows, the Terrific Tuesdays kids would probably nod and smile in agreement. On Oct. 11, the chi...
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