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Career Solutions Center to close again
The Career Solutions Center, located on Hospitality Lane in Cadiz, will officially close its doors this week, said Sheila Clark, director of the West Kentucky Workforce Investment Board. “We’ve had...
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Beta Nu thanks area residents for successful 2010 Angel Tree Drive
248 children, 36 seniors received items
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Preserving the legacy of Cerulean’s spring
Blakeley continues effort for historic Trigg landmark
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Fiscal Court to apply for grant money for complex
County officials sworn in Tuesday
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City council passes resolutions as part of home replacement
The Cadiz City Council unanimously approved a fair housing resolution and an affirmative action resolution when it met last Tuesday evening at Cadiz City Hall. The resolutions were presented by Dia...
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Helping Hands takes in more than $3,100 for food bank
Helping Hands’s food drives have been quite a success so far, especially the one held at Hancock’s Neighborhood Market roughly two weeks ago, said K.G. Ariagno, chairperson and one of the founders ...
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Start of bridge construction at least a year away
WKTBA meets, discusses funds
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Complex Board salutes several for contributions
Convention center continues to see regular use
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School board to hold wellness forum Jan. 27
Members discuss progress, areas in need of improvement
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Ricks leads Trigg students to high science scores
For the second consecutive year, the Trigg County High School’s vocational program, led by Lori Ricks, has had the top test scores in the state. There are about 165 students who take an end-of-cour...
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