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Thursday was the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout. As part of the 52 Weeks of Public Health Campaign, the Kentucky Department for Public Health within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services is raising awareness about lung cancer in Kentucky.

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A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is making good progress on the new U.S. Hwy. 68/State Route 80 Lake Barkley Bridge at Canton in Trigg County.

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• Watercolor Artists Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell counties (WAG/TLC) meets from 9:30 a.m. -2 p.m. on the first Monday of every month at the John L. Street Library (basement) in Cadiz and the third Monday of each month at the George Coon Public Library in Princeton. For more information,…

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Marsy's Law for Kentucky has announced the full and unanimous endorsement of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Kentucky's largest religious organization, consisting of more than 2,400 churches and 750,000 members across Kentucky, joins hundreds of other organizations and individuals in suppor…

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Police Beat

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Pam's Pick this week is: "The Midnight Line" by Lee Child, this is a Jack Reacher novel. Reacher rides the bus north from Milwaukee. At a comfort stop in Wisconsin dairy country he takes a stroll. Among the cheap junk in a pawn shop window he notices a West Point class ring for sale. It's ti…

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Trigg County District 5 Magistrate John Gray was arrested November 15 after allegedly telling a Southwest ticket agent at Nashville International Airport there was a bomb in his friend's bag.

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Trigg County's founding in 1820 coincided with the beginning of the steamboat era on the Cumberland River. When the first Trigg County court met in Samuel Orr's log cabin at Warrington, the General Jackson, the first steamboat to go up the Cumberland River to Nashville in 1818, and six other…

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Recently The Cadiz Record asked the public to submit photos of their little monsters and trick or treaters for a monetary donation to Trigg County Helping Hands. For anyone who would like to make a donation during this season when it’s needed the most, we will collect through the end of the year.

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The Trigg County Public Schools Educational Foundation has awarded over $ $19,000 in scholarships to 2017 graduates of Trigg County High School who have plans to pursue advanced education in a variety of fields of study. The scholarships are presented from various scholarship funds establish…

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FNB Bank is proud to announce that it has donated over $14,800 back to Mayfield, Graves County and Trigg County schools through its Spirit Debit Card Program. These donations to the school systems are a result of FNB's 3nd quarter Spirit Debit Card Reward Program.

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MOUNT PILOT, N.C. -- About 20 years after the "Andy Griffith Show" finished its original TV run, actor Andy Griffith delivered a memorable line during the "Return to Mayberry" special.

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At its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Cadiz City Council held readings for amendments to two existing ordinances and one new ordinance that addresses business incentives.

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Editor's Note: Information for this article was submitted by the Historical and Genealogical files of Virginia Thomas Alexander, cousin and good friend of Mr. Thomas.

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What began as just a few lighted trees in Stephan and Lucy Sherrick's front yard in 2002 has since grown into what can only be described as a Trigg County holiday tradition. Though there is still no shortage of lit trees, their yard now boasts an eclectic display of dancing lights, wireframe…

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• The Cabin Coffee & Café, 22 Main St., Cadiz offers free live music every Thursday from 6-8:30 p.m. For more information, call 270-206-7119.

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Pam's Pick this week: "Two Kinds of Truth" by Michael Connelly is the story of the investigation into the murder of a young pharmacist that leads Harry Bosch and San Fernando's detective squad into the world of pill mills and prescription-drug abuse.

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When winter arrives, colder temperatures typically arrive as well. Staying warm on cold winter days can sometimes be challenging, but food can be just the thing to make you feel warm on a chilly day.

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Trigg County High School freshmen were treated to a heavy dose of reality Nov. 3 when the Cooperative Extension Service held their second annual Truth or Consequences program at the school.

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Decadent desserts make the perfect capper to great meals. Providing the bite of dark chocolate with the sweetness of milk, the following recipe for "Milk Chocolate Torte with Assam Tea Ganache" from Robert Wemischner and Diana Rosen's "Cooking with Tea" (Periplus) is ideal for special occasions.

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Chickpeas are loaded with protein and fiber, making them a healthy addition to just about anyone's diet. For those who want the nutritious pack chickpeas can provide but are worried that chickpeas fall short in the flavor department, you can enjoy the best of both worlds by cooking up the fo…

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Leg of lamb is a popular dish at family outings. Whether it's a holiday meal, anniversary dinner or a double date at home with friends, lamb can set the tone for a memorable night. Hosts who want to experiment with a less traditional take on lamb can try the following recipe for "Rack of Lam…

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Turkey is a holiday dinner staple in many families. While many might scoff at the idea of altering their holiday turkey traditions, others may embrace changing things up, feeling that the joy of cooking often lies in experimentation. Those unafraid to try something new might want to cook up …

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Jane Ellen Wilson is the definition of a "familiar face" in the Trigg County community, having taught at the high school for 34 years, but leaving the teaching profession has not stopped her from reaching out to make a difference in the lives of children.

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Norma Swank graduated from Trigg County High School in 1952, and though life eventually lead her to live in Akron, Ohio, she has never forgotten the place where she grew up. As such, when it came time to purchase Christmas gifts for her adult children last year, she decided that instead of g…

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Holiday dinners may get all the glory, but men and women who host friends and family each holiday season know that time spent with loved ones at the breakfast table can be just as enjoyable as breaking bread in the evening. A homecooked meal first thing in the morning is a great way to start…

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Local veterans were honored Friday by the community with the annual Veterans Day parade as well as a brunch hosted by Trigg County Middle School.

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Community members and businesses are invited to join the Kentucky Bar Foundation (KBF) as it honors Justice Bill Cunningham of the Kentucky Supreme Court, who will receive the inaugural Judge Edward H. Johnstone Award.

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Thanks to the Trigg County Homemakers Extension Organization, locals had a chance to get a jump on their holiday shopping at the Trigg County Women's Show, hosted at the recreation center, on Saturday.

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On Wednesday, the Cadiz chapter of WoodmenLife presented a $400 donation to Genesis Express in honor of Make a Difference Day.

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n The Cabin Coffee & Café, 22 Main St., Cadiz offers free live music every Thursday from 6-8:30 p.m. For more information, call 270-206-7119.

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More than 400 diabetes educators and health care professionals from several states gathered in Louisville for the Diabetes Symposium. The event focused on diabetes prevention and control, the impact of diabetes on public health and the need for enhanced prevention efforts. It was hosted by t…

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n Watercolor Artists Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell counties (WAG/TLC) meets from 9:30 a.m. -2 p.m. on the first Monday of every month at the John L. Street Library (basement) in Cadiz and the third Monday of each month at the George Coon Public Library in Princeton. For more information,…

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There are exciting things happening at Trigg County Primary School. Our year has been off to a great start and continues to embody a spirit of care and success as we push our students in the right direction. We realize in Trigg County that education is about reaching the whole child, not jus…