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by Jake Lowary -- jlowary@cadizrecord.com
Aug 31, 2005 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
New Hope Road was one of at least 14 roads in the county that was closed to high water. <b> For additional photos, see The Cadiz Record.</b>
New Hope Road was one of at least 14 roads in the county that was closed to high water. For additional photos, see The Cadiz Record.
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Trigg County was under a flood warning Monday, and conditions were only expected to get worse as hurricane Katrina made landfall and approached the central part of the United States early this week.

Governor Ernie Fletcher called the Kentucky National Guard to alert status Monday in preparation for the coming storm, which by some reports, was expected to be at a tropical storm condition by the time it reached western Kentucky.

“By all accounts, Hurricane Katrina is a storm of historic proportions, and we will take every precaution to ensure the basic human needs of those in her path,” Fletcher said.

Tropical storm warnings were issued for northern Tennessee including Henry County and Montgomery County, however Cadiz was spared.

For the rest of this story, please see this week's edition of The Cadiz Record.
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