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Republicans have a busy week
Republican candidates for state and county offices had a busy week in Trigg County. After a Thursday night planning meeting, the party opened their headquarters building at the former Pet-Ro gas st...
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Voter registration extended one day
Trigg County Clerk Wanda Thomas announced that voter registration would continue until October 10 due to the Columbus Day Holiday. “We will be open and accepting registrations on October 9, but due...
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Fennell steps down after 34 years
The Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) met last Friday at 10 A.M. at the Courthouse Annex to discuss business and select new officers. Stepping down after 34 years of service as chairman of ...
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Democrat Stumbo plans Cadiz vist to stump for Marc Terrell in his race
Trigg County Democrats won’t be the only ones in West Cadiz Park showing their support for county judge-executive candidate Marc Terrell on Saturday. Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo and Speak...
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State expert calls Trigg Schools "good"
When the results of No Child Left Behind were released in August, Trigg County Superintendent Tim McGinnis received a call from the Kentucky Department of Education asking if he would like a schola...
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Extension homemakers gather for annual event
The Trigg County Extension Homemakers met at Lake Barkley lodge last week for the 71st County Annual International Day. Besides the usual business of appointing new officers, the women enjoyed list...
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Fletcher announces move to begin work on roads, bridges
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher announced yesterday a major move toward construction of a 7.5 mile section of U.S. 68/KY 80 across the Land-Between-The-Lakes National Recreation Area. During an ev...
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Could corn crop for farmers be too good?
Motorists driving past the farm of Ben Cundiff may see a remarkable sight- 475,000 bushels of corn in a field. Trigg County Agricultural Extension Agent David Fourqurean said, “Rainfall is the limi...
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Janice Mason museum suffers flood damage
Heavy rains on September 23 and 24 left more than roads under water. Several farms were submerged and the Janice Mason Art Museum’s basement was swamped by rains and runoff. County Agricultural Ext...
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Democratic Caucus assails Carr's vote
The Kentucky House Democratic Caucus is planning on spending $20,000 sending automated phone calls to homes in Republican-held House districts attacking them for several votes during their terms. J...
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