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Crew pounds pavement for critical testing of I-24
Driving down a 20-mile stretch of highway and whacking the road with a machine 400 times takes a while. It’s also technologically complicated. Recently, a road crew from the University of Kentucky’...
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No injuries after fire destroys apartment
A fire destroyed Building D of the Barkley Manor Apartments on August 29. The building was comprised of eight units, all of which were damaged or destroyed in the inferno. Cadiz Chief of Police Hol...
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Clothing, shelter needed for fire victims
After eight families lost their homes in the Barkley Manor apartment fires, countless Trigg County citizens and organizations sprang into action. Starting with the local chapter of the Red Cross an...
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Board of Education searches for answers with No Child Left Behind
When The Trigg County Board of Education met August 24 it was the first time since the No Child Left Behind Results were released. Board members and principals spent several hours talking about wha...
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Board rejects construction managers
After announcing that the State Justice Center Project in Trigg County was already $2.5 million over budget, the Project Development Board voted against hiring a construction manager last Wednesday...
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Industrial Managers' Board discusses health
The Trigg Industrial Managers’ Association met at the Trigg County Hospital on August 17 for breakfast and a lecture from hospital CEO Lisa Coleman on benefits from a long-term employee wellness pr...
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Schools fail to meet requirements for student learning
Trigg County Schools have failed to meet the adequate yearly progress (AYP) requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind program for the fourth year in a row, relegating the district to Tier Th...
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JCI appears safe, for now
Despite uncertainty, the Cadiz Johnson Controls Plant appears to be safe from closure. “The restructuring is an aggregation of previous actions that we reported to the Federal Government,” said JCI...
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Schools to have resource officer
There are many things that parents worry about when their children go back for the new school year. Will their kids work well with their peers? Will they study hard and exceed academically? Will th...
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Trigg County Hospital hires new physician
After two months of searching, the Primary Care Clinic at Trigg County Hospital has a director. Dr. Catherine Galla will be the clinic’s director and physician beginning “in the middle of September...
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