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Residents set to ‘pink out’ Friday
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com What started as a thoughtful gesture on behalf of WKDZ radio staff to support a co-worker diagnosed with breast cancer six years ago has since become a co...
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City to begin funding process for new water treatment plant
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com Cadiz could have a new water treatment facility as soon as 2018. Cadiz City Council last Tuesday voted to begin the next step in securing funding for a ne...
Oct 14, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 58 58 recommendations | email to a friend
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Otto focuses on family first
BY WILLIAM LINDSAY wlindsay@cadizrecord.com Editor’s note: The following is a first-person interview session with Cadiz Country Ham Festival concert headliner James Otto and performer Bucky Covingt...
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Speed limits upped, construction plans announced
 Staff report Gov. Steve Beshear on Wednesday announced two developments for improved transportation in western Kentucky. Beshear said the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KyTC) will take bids in N...
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Schools rank proficient for third straight year
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com For the third consecutive year, Trigg County schools have ranked proficient in statewide accountability testing. Scores were released Oct. 1, and showed t...
Oct 07, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 51 51 recommendations | email to a friend
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County secures $73,000 grant to purchase new rescue boat
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com Trigg County will soon have another tool in its emergency response arsenal. Gov. Steve Beshear’s office announced Wednesday that the county had received a...
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Officials cleared in audit
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com Business was brief but sweet for Trigg County Fiscal Court Monday. Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander said the county had received a letter from State Audit...
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Local group donates to Pine Ridge
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com A group of Trigg County residents are looking to make a difference in the lives of those they don’t even know.  Last week, Little River Baptist Associatio...
Sep 30, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 55 55 recommendations | email to a friend
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Hundreds gather for local trooper memorial
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com Just 10 days after Kentucky State Police Trooper Cameron Ponder was killed in the line of duty, the community he served came together to pay him tribute. ...
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School board OKs $24 million FY16 budget
BY MARY GARRISON mgarrison@cadizrecord.com Armed with more solid numbers, the Trigg County Board of Education unanimously approved its 2016 fiscal year district budget Thursday, to the tune of abou...
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