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This year in Mrs. Knight’s art class, her 8th graders participated in the Wyland National Water is Life Mural and Art Challenge. The Wyland Foundation is dedicated to promoting, protecting, and pre...
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Volunteers sought for school
By Cammie Evans Trigg County Public Schools Trigg County Public Schools is seeking volunteers to meet with 8th and 10th grade students one-on-one during Operation Preparation the week of March 23-2...
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Coleman resigns as Trigg County Hospital CEO
Interim CEO not yet named
Jan 21, 2015 | 82 82 recommendations | email to a friend
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Commerce center contractor chosen
Work happening on Tourism's strategic plan
Jan 21, 2015 | 78 78 recommendations | email to a friend
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Biggest Loser weigh-ins scheduled to begin Jan. 29
Local contest started in 2009
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Flu cases, deaths spread evenly across the state
Influenza has been widespread all across the state, and is taking its toll on people, Dr. Kraig Humbaugh, Deputy Commissioner for the Kentucky Department of Public Health, said earlier this month. ...
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Trigg Countians honored Dr. King on Monday
Program took place at TCHS Gymnasium this year
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Local group lends helping hands in Haiti
On Dec. 28, 15 people from Trigg County and surrounding areas went on a mission trip to Haiti. As a team, we were able to give medical attention to over 600 people, give away over 3,000 pounds of r...
Jan 14, 2015 | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend
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Trigg one of seven schools to receive recognition for online courses
At their first meeting of the new year on Thursday night, the Trigg County Board of Education was recognized by Fuel Education for its use of online courses. Trigg County High School teacher Michel...
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Bill proposes to consolidate jailer positions in counties with no jail
A proposed bill in the Kentucky House of Representatives could make the transportation of prisoners to jail the job of the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office, if it becomes law. According to the Kentuck...
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