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No action yet on county district changes
No action was taken, but Trigg County’s Fiscal Court debated the recommendations made by the reapportionment committee when they met Monday evening. “We have approximately 45 days left to put this ...
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Planning Commission rezones Methodist church for use by hospital; City Council discussed issue Tuesday
An old church building on Main Street near the schools was rezoned for use as a business for Trigg County Hospital when the Cadiz/Trigg County Planning Commission last Tuesday evening. But some res...
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Ovey will not seek death penalty for Russell
Next court date Aug. 10
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Governor candidate Williams stops in Cadiz
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate David Williams spoke on a number of different issues when he spoke the Trigg County Republicans at Cadiz Family Restaurant Tuesday morning. Williams, the current ...
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EDC pays to keep interstate billboard ad
The Cadiz/Trigg County Economic Development Commission (EDC) voted to pay $1,100 this year toward the $8,400 annual cost of the Cadiz billboard on Interstate 24 at its Thursday morning meeting at t...
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Russell to be arraigned Thursday
KSP credits new detective for finding sufficient evidence
Jul 27, 2011 | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
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Grave marker possible for unknown African Americans in East End Cemetery
A memorial for African Americans buried in unmarked graves in East End Cemetery could be in the works, said Paul Fourshee of Cadiz Renaissance on Main. Recently, Fourshee, Kim Fortner, Betty Wharto...
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Genesis Express goes Greek during annual reading camp
Last week was Greek Week at Genesis Express’ Summer Reading Camp where kids didn’t wear togas, traditional in ancient Roman culture and commonly associated with ancient Greece. Instead, campers mad...
Jul 27, 2011 | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
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Trigg Hospital receives funds raised by foundation at Hee Haw show
Trigg County Hospital received a check Monday for $13,382 from the Hospital Foundation, money that was raised during its Hee Haw fundraiser in March. Audra Hodges, spokesperson for the hospital, sa...
Jul 27, 2011 | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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