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CROFTON -- GAP Connections, an organization that develops, maintains and provides leadership for agricultural standards and practices, will host an On Farm Safety, Health, and Compliance Event on Tuesday, July 25 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Dale Seay Farm, Crofton, for…

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"This is girl power," Regina Kirby beamed as she watched four young ladies from Camp Cadiz diligently working to replace the rotten wood on the back porch of her Jefferson Street home, "and I love girl power."

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Trooper Nathan Clinkenbeard received the Governor's Occupant Protection Award for Kentucky State Police Post 1 Wednesday, July 12 in Lexington.

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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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Land Between the Lakes asks the public to participate in a food drive on Saturday, July 29. Visitors can bring two cans or boxes of non-perishable food items per person to any facility listed and receive a special discount. Donations will go to the Stewart County Food Bank, Helping Hands in …

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n The Cadiz Cruz-In will begin Saturday, April 1st from 5-8 p.m. The event is held the first Saturday of each month and will end Saturday, September 2. Antique automobiles, music, door prizes, and its all free. For more information, call Reva Anderson at 270-348-7718.

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The Chihuahua pictured here was found at the housing authority last week and no one has claimed him. House-trained and very loving.

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Students attending the Summer Reading camp at Genesis Express have had an exciting week studying the solar system, with the program's weekly theme being "Our Solar Eclipse."

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This is week three of Summer Reading!

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Rural health care and related jobs will take a huge hit if Congress rolls back the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as Republicans have proposed, says an analysis from the Chartis Center for Rural Health, part of a national health-care advisory firm.

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After being held up for about a week due to rainfall during June, crews have started another round of mowing along Kentucky state highways this week. As weather and soil conditions have allowed, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet highway crews and contractors have ramped up mowing and litter re…

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The Fifth Annual Field of Flags Closing Ceremony was held Saturday, July 8 at the Trigg County Senior Center. American Legion Post No. 74 is proud to offer the community this opportunity to recognize all past and present veterans by honoring or memorializing the veteran with a flag that is f…

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The Fifth Annual Field of Flags Closing Ceremony was held Saturday, July 8 at the Trigg County Senior Center. American Legion Post No. 74 is proud to offer the community this opportunity to recognize all past and present veterans by honoring or memorializing the veteran with a flag that is f…

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Fruit is always the best in the summertime, especially if it is locally grown fruit. My favorites are blackberries and peaches, both of which are available at our Cadiz/Trigg County Farmers Market.

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Summer Reading week two! We are Building a Better World this week with LEGOs. Don't forget the Teen Summer Reading will be a chopped computation, July 29.

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n The 484th Army Band will perform from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday, July 15 at the Trigg County Farmers Market located at the corner of Main St. and Hwy 139 in Cadiz.

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Woodlands Nature Station invites the public to experience up-close animal encounters at Cool Critters Day on Saturday, July 15, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Admission is $5 per person; ages 4 and under are free. All programs included with admission. On-site food vendors offer lunch and beverages.

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The Department for Local Government (DLG) announced an Area Development Fund (ADF) grant of $10,000 to Trigg County Fiscal Court, designated for the county's road department door replacement project.

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A new collaboration among state, education, non-profit, and private sector parties was announced by the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet today aimed at creating Kentucky Cloud Career Pathways, which are specific courses and educational opportunities designed to prepare st…

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For many of us, our homes are the largest single investment we make in our lifetimes. As such, the value of that investment (and our ability to sell the property - and at what price) are critical questions that can ultimately influence our personal economic well-being.

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n Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. at the Methodist Church, located on Lakota Drive, every Wednesday at noon at John L. Street Library and every Friday at 10 a.m. at the John L. Street Library. For more information, call 270-350-1673.

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The family would like to invite the public to attend a birthday celebration in honor of both Mary Henderson and her sister, Grace Allen Calhoun on Saturday, July 15, from 2 until 4 p.m. at the East Cadiz Baptist Church.

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Kentucky State Police are investigating a crash that occurred early Sunday morning in Trigg County that claimed the life of a Cadiz man and sent another to the hospital. 

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Kentucky State Police announced Wednesday that they had received the results of the autopsy of Christina D. Edmonson and her cause of death has been listed as “undetermined.”

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n The Cadiz Cruz-In will begin Saturday, April 1st from 5-8 p.m. The event is held the first Saturday of each month and will end Saturday, September 2. Antique automobiles, music, door prizes, and its all free. For more information, call Reva Anderson at 270-348-7718.

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The history of freedom of press is more than 300 years old. During a trial against the authors of The New York Weekly Journal by British governor William Cosby, the publication was found not guilty and continued circulation of their publication until 1751. At that time, there were only two n…

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The public is invited to a traditional community celebration of America's birthday at the Homeplace 1850s Working Farm, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, July 4. Admission is $5 ages 13 and up; $3 ages 5 -12; free for ages 4 and under.

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June is National Audiobook Month! Audiobooks are perfect for family trips, audiobooks provide engaging entertainment and facilitate discussions. Car rides fly by when the whole family can enjoy a story together. If you have a long drive to work every day you will enjoy audiobooks too. Studie…

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Woodmen Life is well-known in Trigg County for providing American flags and flag poles to local non-profits, and they celebrated Flag Day this year by raising another at the Trigg County Rescue Building.

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Due to a technical issue with Infinite Campus, the following students were inadvertently omitted from the Principal's List and Honor Roll for Trigg County High School. Please join us in congratulating them on their academic achievements. Please accept the apologies of the Guidance Department…

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Danny and Joyce Bozarth recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family. The couple was married June 16, 1967 at Wallonia Christian Church in Wallonia. Dr. Kenny Messman officiated the wedding. Danny and Joyce will celebrate further with a trip to Bermuda.

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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, c…

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Our Summer Friday Book Sales have started! Every Friday in June and July we will have a book sale from 9:30-12:00. Stop by we are adding more books all the time!

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Today, June 14, is the 240th birthday of our American flag. Woodmen Life (Woodmen of the World) will hold a ceremony at 5:30 p.m. at the Trigg County Rescue Building on Hwy 68 West where Woodmen Chapter #20 has erected a new flag pole and flag.

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In an attempt to create an environment of deeper learning for students, Trigg County Schools are experimenting with a different approach to education.

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The annual 400-mile yard sale all but took over the streets of Cadiz last weekend, drawing large crowds as people worked their way down Ky. 68 in search of treasures. 

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Kentucky State Police Post 1 collision reconstructionists are investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred Saturday afternoon, which claimed the life of one driver.