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Betty Ricks won what her doctor thought was a losing battle
When Betty Ricks was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1977, she wanted to talk to others who had been where she was, to ask questions about treatment, to know they were okay. She wanted to talk to s...
Oct 19, 2011 | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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N.C. man found dead in east Trigg
A Charlotte, N.C, man was found dead behind the former Broadbent Ham building on U.S. 68/Ky. 80 just east of Interstate 24 Thursday afternoon. Trigg County Coroner John Mark Vinson said that the of...
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Alcohol has financial impact at state park
John Jordan, manager of Lake Barkley State Resort Park, said that in the roughly two months since the dining area and Boots Randolph Course started selling alcohol, they’ve had more positive than n...
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Another record Ham Fest
Cool, clear weather boosts attendance
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Doctors nicknamed Lacie Thurman “The Tenacious Patient”
Spend a few minutes with Lacie Thurman, and you’ll wonder how cancer ever had the audacity to invade her body. It should have sensed her determination, known somehow that it would never have been a...
Oct 12, 2011 | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ham Fest week kicks off with annual breakfast
Warren Beeler of the National Pork Producers Board defended modern farming practices, especially hog farming practices, when he spoke early Monday morning at the annual Trigg County Country Ham Fes...
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68/80, bridge improvements among SPCA priorities
Officials from Trigg, Christian and Todd counties and Hopkinsville Community College announced the formation of the Southern Pennyrile Chamber Alliance at a press conference last Wednesday morning ...
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HWEA seeks to serve natural gas to Cadiz
No action was taken, and there was little discussion during last Tuesday evening’s Cadiz City Council meeting of the Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority’s proposal to provide natural gas servi...
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Gun found at school
TCHS on lockdown for over an hour Thursday morning; two students charged with felonies
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Riddle, 3, succumbed to brain cancer Thursday
Dylan “Woo Woo” Riddle, 3, of Cadiz, lost his battle with brain cancer Thursday morning. Dylan, the son of Mathew and Kim Riddle, had been struggling with cancer nearly all of his life, and this ye...
Oct 05, 2011 | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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