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Suit against city ends after years of wrangling
Circuit Judge Woody Woodall ended a lengthy lawsuit against the city recently when he ruled the City of Cadiz was not liable to pay a defendant’s attorney fees. Instead, Woodall said in his ruling,...
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Board meeting is cancelled
The Trigg County Board of Education has canceled its first regular meeting of the month, which was scheduled for March 13 at 7 p.m. Superintendent Tim McGinnis said there wasn’t anything on the age...
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Law enforcement reports
Law enforcement reports are compiled by The Cadiz Record from the files of the Cadiz Police Department and Trigg County Sheriff. Menacing Deputy Dane Hughes of the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office ser...
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Planning Commission approves new cellular tower
The Cadiz and Trigg County Planning and Zoning Commission convened for a brief special called meeting last Thursday night at City Hall for a public hearing on a cellular telephone tower and to give...
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Renaissance board discusses kiosks, clean-up day
The Renaissance on Main Board of Directors met last week for what will most likely be the last of their quarterly meetings. Renaissance on Main Director Cindy Sholar said that she recently went to ...
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Trigg 34th among Kentucky counties in Health Assessment
The University of Kentucky released its Comparative Assessment of Health Risk for Trigg County. The report serves as a report card comparing Trigg’s healthfulness in several categories against the ...
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School discusses legislation to replace CATS tests
With little on the agenda last week, the Trigg County Board of Education spent much of its regular meeting time talking about proposed legislation that could have a huge impact on classrooms. McGin...
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Henley doubts viability of Governor’s casino amendment
Last week, Rep. Melvin Henley (D – Murray), who represents part of Trigg County, voted to move the controversial casino bill out the Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments and Intergover...
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Trigg Grand Jury issues indictments
The Trigg County Grand Jury issued four indictments in four separate cases, while returning a split decision of no true bill and an indictment in a fifth on December 12, 2007. In the first case, ag...
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Trigg cemeteries are now logged and in book form available to the public
A book that has been eight years in the making will get its release in May, John L. Street Library director Pam Metts said last week. The book is called “Cemeteries of Cadiz and Trigg County, Kentu...
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