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More legal woes may be in future over city sidewalks
The current administration for the City of Cadiz can’t seem to stay far away from legal problems. In addition to fighting an apparent losing battle over a faulty annexation of two of the city’s mos...
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Despite pledge, city back in court over annexation
Despite the pledge to “stop all appeals and ask judges to make decisions on what our obligations are and to stop all litigation,” the City of Cadiz was back in court on May 8 attempting to persuade...
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Site Based Council makes choice for Middle School
The Trigg County Middle School site-based decision-making council chose James R. Mangels as its new principal at a special called meeting on Friday. Mangels has been the assistant principal for Chr...
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School board approves hiring of additional football coach
The Trigg County Board of Education voted last Thursday to approve hiring a new high school assistant football coach. Head football coach Curtis Higgins and athletic director Taylor Sparks presente...
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Futrell selected as new principal for Trigg County Primary
Brian Futrell has been chosen as the principal for the soon-to-open Trigg County Intermediate School. Superintendent Tim McGinnis was responsible for making the choice because the school currently ...
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Purloined porkers pursued by police
Cadiz police are puzzled over the disappearance of four concrete pigs that were located in the downtown area. The pigs, added to the downtown are last year, were purchased by individuals and mercha...
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Helping Hands helped with large donation
In 1996, before the local charity organization Helping Hands became official, K. G. Ariagno and Ronella Stagner had no idea that helping one family would lead to so many others. The two of them wer...
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Police Reports
Burgess charged with criminal trepass Kenneth W. Burgess, 35, of 11568 South Rd., was arrested on May 28 at the Washer’s IGA parking lot and charged with criminal trespassing in the third degree. A...
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Ambulance service upgrade to be discussed
For several years, members of Trigg County’s Hospital Board have entertained an idea of upgrading their ambulance personnel to a higher trained level. This week, the board may make a move to finall...
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Avian flu advice: Prepare, but don’t panic
For several years, members of Trigg County’s Hospital Board have entertained an idea of upgrading their ambulance personnel to a higher trained level. This week, the board may make a move to finall...
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