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Serving in ‘a man’s Army’
Larkins recalls military service during World War II
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Republican candidates win Trigg, lose all but one state race
Local turnout similar to state numbers
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None injured, no structures damaged by multi-acre fire Friday
Faulty bearings suspected as cause of blaze
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Fundraising continues for Cerulean spring renovation
About 250 people came out on Saturday night to support the Cerulean Springs renovation efforts, said Linda Brashears, a member of Cerulean Springs Preservation, Inc. The group held a barbecue fundr...
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Restaurant tax debate continues
Officials from Oak Grove and Lyon County came Thursday afternoon to the Cadiz/Trigg County Tourist Commission to tout the benefits of a restaurant tax. Traci Cunningham, executive director of the O...
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County holds 12th annual Veterans Day Parade
Despite the cool, windy weather, there was a good turnout for the 12th annual Trigg County Veterans Day Parade, held late Friday morning. The featured speaker and Grand Marshal of the Parade Stan W...
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Trigg hosts propane fire drill
A 30-foot propane flame towered over the Trigg County Middle School parking lot from a propane truck on a cool, foggy Saturday morning, and firefighters from every fire department in Trigg County, ...
Nov 09, 2011 | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Locals push for larger female presence in Veterans Day Parade
Two local veterans said last week they would like to see more female participation in the upcoming Veterans Day Parade, and in general would like to see female veterans become more visible. Five ye...
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TCHS students join Beading to Beat Autism fundraising effort
A couple of Trigg County High School students are participating in the Beading to Beat Autism movement. Kayla Oakley and Abby Thompson are both members of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leader...
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City receives funds to replace radio equipment
Thanks to a grant from the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS), the City of Cadiz will have $20,000 to spend on what otherwise would have been a federal unfunded mandate. At last Tuesday’s ...
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