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Twenty-eight percent of school employees reside outside county
According to figures obtained by the Cadiz Record from the Trigg County Board of Education, 28 percent of district faculty members live outside the county. That percentage does not include Gracey o...
Jan 23, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Trigg campuses plan major renovations
The Trigg County elementary school building should be receiving more renovations soon, and so should the vocational center and high school. The Trigg County Board of Education approved the District...
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Trigg High faculty selects “outstanding seniors”
In a Trigg County High School faculty meeting on Jan. 17, teachers voted on the five outstanding seniors for the 2006-2007 school year. It’s a tradition that dates back many years, said Becky Ginn,...
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Board gathers in special session to discuss costs
Trigg County Hospital’s Board of Directors met for a special session to reexamine two proposals for liability insurance. In the end, they stood by their original decision to select the Kentucky Hos...
Jan 17, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Trigg has good showing at Illinois trade event
adiz/Trigg County Tourist Commission Executive Director Charles Simpson reported on his experience representing Trigg County recently at the “Let’s Go Fishing” Trade Show in Collinsville Ill. at la...
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Broadbent expected to be topic of Industrial Board
he Trigg County Industrial Board was scheduled to meet this morning (Wednesday, January 17) to discuss, among other things, retaining Broadbent B&B Foods in Trigg County. Broadbent’s has received a...
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Harper’s gubernatorial campaign makes stop in Cadiz
Gubernatorial candidate Billy Harper brought his campaign to Cadiz on Monday afternoon with a tour of Benson Industries. Harper operates the holding company of Harper Industries, Inc. of nine const...
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Justice Center board brought up-to-date on building project
The Justice Center Project Development Board met on January 10 at the Courthouse Annex with two new members, and a third changing seats. County Judge/Executive Stan Humphries replaced his retired p...
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Small crowd, large voices speak at LBL hearing
A small but engaged crowd of about 25 people came to the basement of the John L. Street Library Saturday morning to discuss their concerns about the Land Between the Lakes Heritage Plan. Jamie Benn...
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City signs contract to avoid conflict with business owned by current council member
The Cadiz City Council voted last week to sign a contract to continue using Phillips Chevron for emergency vehicle maintenance. City Attorney Allen Wilson said that since starting his position, it ...
Jan 16, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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