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City examinesnew license fee
The Cadiz City Council reviewed a proposed ordinance last week for new rules on occupational license taxes. Under the current ordinance, which has been in effect since 1974, businesses pay a busine...
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Lawyer plans at least 36 hours a year in city
The Cadiz City Council met on Dec. 5 and voted to hire Allen Wilson of Eddyville as the new city attorney. Mayor Lyn Bailey said he came highly recommended by the Kentucky League of Cities, where W...
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County asbestos may be safer unmoved
When the Trigg County Justice Center Project Development Board approves a hazardous materials study within the Courthouse and former County Jail, inspectors may look for asbestos, lead paint and ot...
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Helping Hands finds new home in Cadiz
After several months of nervous anticipation, Helping Hands has finally found a new home for its food bank. The current site of the food bank is in the basement of the courthouse. This meant that t...
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Students and industry managers get seminar on manners
The Trigg County Industrial Managers’ Association and Trigg County High School Students in the Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference met Wednesday at the Renaissance Convention Center for breakfast ...
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Books, books, books and more books make for career
If one were to name a group of careers that people living in Trigg County might have, chances are that selling mass quantities of textbooks would not be on the list. Yet, that’s exactly what Kevin ...
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More angels needed for families, children
As of noon Monday, there were still 47 “angels” waiting to be adopted and hanging on Christmas trees at local banks. Beta Nu member Brannigan Free said that the Beta Nu service sorority chose 236 c...
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KFC to expand in store with Taco Bell
Trigg County residents will soon have a new menu option from a familiar location. The Kentucky Fried Chicken at 57 Hospitality Lane plans a remodeling to include a Taco Bell under the same roof. KF...
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Sheriff Reports
Warrant executed On Nov. 27, the Trigg County Sheriff’s Department executed a warrant for the arrest of Willie Lewis Crenshaw, Jr., 38, P.O. Box 1014. He had been charged with complicity in the fir...
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Magistrates and Judge-elect to attend GOLD conference
The Trigg County Judge/Executive-elect and every new magistrate will be headed to Louisville this week to participate in a training session for newly elected county officials. The Governor’s Office...
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