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Tourism looks at plans to remodel I-24 visitor center
At their August 12 meeting, the Trigg County Tourism Commission took another step towards closing their downtown Cadiz office and moving operations to an expanded and renovated office near I-24 wit...
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Little or no parking available for new Justice Center
Richard Mitchell, representing the construction firm building the Trigg County Justice Center, suggested the members of the Project Development Board begin to prepare for the lack of public parking...
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Well known Cadiz ambassator drowns in tragic boating accident last Thursday
Cadiz Resident William “Bill” Lisch, 74, lost his life in a drowning accident last Wednesday at the Devil’s Elbow Boat Ramp in Canton according to the Kentucky State Police. The KSP accident report...
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Cadiz Police and Trigg Schools welcome new resource officer
Cadiz Police Chief Hollis L. Alexander announced today the newest addition to the Cadiz Police Department, David Colbert. David is 55 years old of Cadiz. He was recently hired by the department to ...
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City Council goes up, down and remains the same
Cadiz taxpayers will face tax levies for 2009 that will remain the same, decrease and increase all at the same time and depending on what taxes residents pay. Residents will see no change in their ...
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County borrows $1.3 million, but taxes won’t rise
Acting on a recommendation from the Trigg County Budget Committee, the Trigg County Fiscal Court voted on Monday to accept a compensating tax rate to keep most tax rates similar to present rates in...
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Murray clinic offers new, permanent birth control
The Murray Women’s Clinic announced that two physicians, Dr. Tom Green and now Dr. Kent Hjerpe offer a new, non-surgical birth control procedure for women known as Essure, manufactured by Conceptus...
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Commission votes not to change banks
Barkley Lake Water elected to keep its accounts with Integra Bank after Monday’s meeting of commissioners. Commissioner Scott Bridges said that he was “ready to move on” with the issue when it appe...
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Trigg joins lawsuit against state to seek compensation
Magistrates voted unanimously last week to join a lawsuit against the State of Kentucky. The suit is seeking to compensate counties for expenses incurred by lodging inmates accused of felonies whil...
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Bus fleet may need $288,000 to stay on road
The end of summer vacation means that local residents will spot the familiar yellow school busses on area roads. Trigg County Schools Transportation Director Mark Harris discussed what it takes to ...
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