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National School Breakfast Week observed
Thirty percent of Trigg County’s approximately 600 students eat breakfast at school each day, Paula Maddox, director of food services said last week. Although it might sound clichéd to say that bre...
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Graves exhumed for DNA
Two unidentified men rest in graves at the East End Cemetery in Cadiz. County Coroner John Mark Vinson exhumed the bodies on March 5 to allow Western Kentucky Medical Examiner Deirdre Schluckebier ...
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Stone Plastics receives thermaforming machinery
Stone Plastics, Inc. unloaded six thermoforming machines into their Cadiz plant last week expanding their operations by about 18 percent, according to Vice President, Geneeral Manager and co-founde...
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Police investigate series of Saturday burglaries
Cadiz Police Officers investigated two burglaries and two cases of criminal mischief on March 3. Chief of Police Hollis Alexander told The Cadiz Record that he believed the events could be related....
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County readies Terrell Building for Sheriff and 911
Though now in county hands, Trigg County Sheriff Randy Clark and 911 Director Kim Wiggins still do not have a timetable for moving their offices from the current County Courthouse to the Terrell Bu...
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Trigg looks at tax increase on insurance
Trigg County Judge Executive Stan Humphries said this week he would ask members of the County Magistrates to approve an increase of the Insurance Premium Tax rate for Trigg County residents. A publ...
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Short meeting continues to extend contract from 1998; rates to rise
The Cadiz City Council had a short special-called meeting to get a few business items taken care of. First on the list was the amendment to the existing contract between the city and Waste Manageme...
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District Report Card reveals not only curriculum, but assaults, drug charges, weapons violations
The District Report Card for the 2005-2006 school year is now available on the district’s Web site, despite a few small technical problems in getting it displayed. The report card features a pletho...
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Tax time brings complaints from Trigg residents
A finite supply of land around Trigg County’s lakes and increased demand for the property has driven real estate values up within recent years. Retired Chicago Police Officer James Leyendecker expe...
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School Board honors student artists
It’s rare that the Trigg County Board of Education’s central office is so packed that people are lined outside in the halls. That, however, was the case last week when children came with their pare...
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