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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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Young attorney comes highly recommended
Last week, the Cadiz City Council voted to hire Allen Wilson, of Wilson Law Firm PLLC (Professional Limited Liability Company) in Eddyville, as the new city attorney. Mayor Lyn Bailey said he felt ...
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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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Cadiz police get new patrol cars
Cadiz police officers have two new 2007 Chevrolet Impalas to patrol the streets. The vehicles were purchased for $19.881 from Wildcat Chevrolet, and delivered in November. Police demands on vehicle...
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Only six angels left on Bank of Cadiz Tree
As of noon Monday, there were only six “angels” left to be adopted at the main Bank of Cadiz branch. Beta Nu member Brannigan Free said that the Beta Nu service sorority chose 236 children and 28 a...
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Police Reports
Stealing service On Dec. 1, Chas L. Alexander, 24, of 119 Depot St. was served with a Trigg County District Court warrant and arrested. A criminal complaint against Alexander was filed on Nov. 8 al...
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Cunningham remembers history of courthouse
“We only wear borrowed robes,” Circuit Judge Bill Cunningham told a courtroom crowd of nearly 70 people Sunday as they visited the Trigg County Courthouse for what may be the final time. The buildi...
Dec 06, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Despite accidents expert say busses safe
With several high profile school bus accidents in the news, parents may ask, “Are busses safe?” Trigg County School Transportation Director Mark Harris and Safety Officer Roger Kerns would reply wi...
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Board approves move to fund new emergency dispatch equipment
Members of the 911 Administration Board met on December 1 at the Cadiz Police Station to discuss changes in the 911 Emergency Service in Trigg County. The panel was composed of Police Chief Hollis ...
Dec 05, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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