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Preliminary quotes higher than estimated for new
The Barkley Lake Water Commission experienced sticker shock with the report of engineering Consultant Ricky Oakley on early estimates on new water tanks received while soliciting bids on the replac...
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Council objecting to former residents laying claim to tax refunds
With little on the agenda at last week’s Cadiz City Council agenda, members spent a few minutes expressing their dissatisfaction with the courts that have allowed former city residents to collect b...
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City Attorney returns
After his father filled in for several months, Allen Wilson returned as the attorney for the City of Cadiz. Wilson started a temporary job as general council and executive director for the office o...
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Community prepares to observe Martin Luther King Day
Genesis Express is again sponsoring its annual march in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, with a service to follow at Bloomfield Baptist Church. Marchers will meet at 9:45 a.m. on Jan. 2...
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Law Enforcement Reports
Correction The Cadiz Record incorrectly reported last week that Ryan Shemwell, 34, of Cerulean, was revoked of his driver’s license because he was arrested for a third DUI at safety road check on D...
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Happy start to a new year
Recently Monty Stagner captured on film a young boy eating popcorn at a Trigg County basketball game. He didn’t know the youngster’s name, only that he looked like he was enjoying himself. This wee...
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Couple recognized for efforts in deep space with use of binoculars
Bob and Melissa Vickers of Huntington, Tennessee were presented certificates last week by the West Kentucky Amateur Astronomers for their endeavors in searching out more than 50 of the Messier obje...
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City still waiting to spend grant
Eighteen months after being approved for a nearly quarter-million dollar Safe Routes to School grant, the City of Cadiz is still waiting to use the money. In July 2006, the city was approved for a ...
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Project Graduation plans chili supper for event fundraiser
The biggest and safest party ever for graduating seniors from Trigg County High School doesn’t come cheap. Organizers for Project Graduation spend their efforts across the year raising funds to mak...
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Graves will be moved to make way for new home construction
wo graves will be moved after approval by the Trigg County Fiscal Court after approval at last Thursday’s meeting, rescheduled from Tuesday. Judge/Executive Stan Humphries said that a property owne...
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