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School discusses legislation to replace CATS tests
With little on the agenda last week, the Trigg County Board of Education spent much of its regular meeting time talking about proposed legislation that could have a huge impact on classrooms. McGin...
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Henley doubts viability of Governor’s casino amendment
Last week, Rep. Melvin Henley (D – Murray), who represents part of Trigg County, voted to move the controversial casino bill out the Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments and Intergover...
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Trigg Grand Jury issues indictments
The Trigg County Grand Jury issued four indictments in four separate cases, while returning a split decision of no true bill and an indictment in a fifth on December 12, 2007. In the first case, ag...
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Trigg cemeteries are now logged and in book form available to the public
A book that has been eight years in the making will get its release in May, John L. Street Library director Pam Metts said last week. The book is called “Cemeteries of Cadiz and Trigg County, Kentu...
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Classes won’t be over until after Memorial Day
After two additional school days were called off recently for snow and ice, Trigg County children will have their last day on May 28. This is two days after Memorial Day. Travis Hamby, the assistan...
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Cost of no jail to jump for taxpayers
The Trigg County Fiscal Court convened for it’s first Monday afternoon session on March 3 at 4 p.m. to approve several items of business, include the county’s budget for lodging prisoners. Last mon...
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"Don't forget the seasonings"
According to a Cadiz Police Department report, a person arrested over the weekend was apparently planning for a cookout. Samuel Kirby, 64, who listed his address as Wallace Avenue in Cadiz, was arr...
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Taxes too high? You have an opportunity to complain!
In the early months of the year, the Property Valuation Administrator’s Office releases assessments. PVA Michael Bryan said that homeowners must notify his office of any additions made to property....
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It’s time to save again, but do you really?
Residents around the country are reminded that on Sunday morning at 2 a.m. they need to awake and move their clocks forward to 3 a.m. as Daylight Saving Time returns. Most people, however, will sav...
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Riddle named full-time deputy
The Trigg County Sheriff’s Department lost one deputy in the New Year and promoted from within to fill the manpower shortfall, keeping five full-time officers on the streets of the county. Sheriff ...
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