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Former Sheriff Clark hired as county animal control officer
Level of service won't change, says Judge Executive
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Burnam asks fiscal court for new vehicle, deputy
Magistrates approve tablets for deputy vehicles
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Federal Highway Trust Fund issue had no effect on 68/80 bridge projects
Interstate, parkway paving projects were impacted
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Auditor: Kentucky rural hospitals ‘teetering on the edge of survival’
Trigg County Hospital officials report "positive net income”
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Lane joins county clerk race
There is now officially a third candidate in the race for Trigg County Clerk. Last Tuesday, Angela Lane officially filed to run for Trigg County Clerk as an independent. She had filed an intent to ...
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Primary/Intermediate to be ready by Aug. 6
Board members approved changes to the code of conduct, KSBA policies
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Cerulean water project construction coud begin next month
More progress is being made on funding for Barkley Lake Regional Water District’s Cerulean water improvement project. At their meeting Monday afternoon, BLRWD board members passed a bond resolution...
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School shooting simulated at TCHS
Local police have trained for this since 2001
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Sons of the American Revolution hope to turn Declaration of Independence reading into annual event
This year, Trigg Countians celebrated Independence Day with the Declaration of Independence. On Friday morning, members of the Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution gath...
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City council approves ordinance changes for downtown businesses
Cadiz’s zoning ordinance now explicitly allows some businesses to operate in the historic district on Main Street, between Brown Street and East End Cemetery. At their meeting last Tuesday evening,...
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