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The Voice For The Animals Trigg County Animal Shelter is in need of donations. Those interested may donate cash, towels, food, blankets, etc. To make a donation, contact Ramona Hamilton at 270-522-9548. Checks may be made to Voice for the Animals/Trigg Co. Animal Shelter, Attn: Ramona Hamilt…

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One year out from Census Day 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will host a news conference on April 1. Census Bureau Director Dr. Steven Dillingham will brief the public on the status of operations and what they can do to help ensure a complete and accurate count in their community. While the cou…

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For the third year, The Way Christian Youth Center and Southern Kentucky Independent Theater are planning a mystery dinner theater as a fundraiser to expand the ministry and programs offered to youth attending The Way. Production dates are at 6 p.m. March 28, 29 and 30 at and will be present…

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Watercolor Artists Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell counties (WAG/TLC) meet from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Lyon County Library on the third Mondays and Cadiz Library on the first Mondays. For more information, contact Mary 270-601-3639.

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"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child." By Dr. Seuss

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Walking in to the Trigg County Senior Center, conversation and laughter can be heard from every room. It is a typical lunch at the senior center, with old and new friends chatting together, making jokes and playing games over a good meal.

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The fourth grade classes of Mrs. Latham, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Tooke are having a fantastic year. The year is flying by. We recently celebrated the 100th day of school with a variety of hands-on math and reading activities. A few of our fourth grade students have even reached 100 …

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The Trigg County Fiscal Court heard a settlement report from County Clerk Carmen Finley at their first meeting of the month on Monday.

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The Trigg County Hospital Board of Directors welcomed Stacey Blakely as trial billing manager at the Rural Health Clinic at their monthly meeting Thursday. Former manager Mark Strickland has left the clinic and Blakely will be taking on the role for a trial period, said hospital CEO John Sumner.

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Trigg County Fiscal Court approved plans from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for rural secondary road improvements and heard an update from Trigg County Hospital at its Feb. 19 meeting.

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FRANKFORT -- The Kentucky House of Representatives should call for a vote on the tobacco-free schools bill, says its sponsor and a combination of health, education, business, youth advocacy and faith-based groups from across the state. The bill has been languishing since it passed unanimousl…

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The DECA chapter at Trigg County High School competes in a national competition every year. This year's state competition will be the week of March 3-5. The group -- Leah Major and Claire Ladd -- chose the Finance Operations Research Event. The members selected The Bank of Cadiz & Trust …

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The Kentucky Lottery has launched the first new in-state nightly draw game in seven years. Kentucky's Quick Bucks is now available at all Kentucky Lottery retailers.

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Louisville -- The Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks' Trust For Life and Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) are excited to announce Kentucky Senate Bill 77 passed unanimously in the House Committee for Health and Family Services. This groundbreaking bill will amend KRS 311.1947 to expand orga…

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NAPLES, Fla. -- Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released a new poll that shows that more than a year after the state's waiver application was originally approved, Kentucky voters continue to support Medicaid work requirements. According to the poll, 74 percent of al…

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"Who doesn't love a library? It is a place you can go in any town and discover the world."- Pat MacEnulty

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Gayle and Shearon Outland, of Gracey, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2019, at Oakland Manor in Christian County. The celebration will be hosted by their children and grandchildren. All family and friends are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts.

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FRANKFORT -- Peek into one of the journals that have rested for more than a century on the shelves of the State Capitol's law library, and you'll see the issues that captured state lawmakers' attention on March 15, 1908 -- the day the Kentucky General Assembly completed its last legislative …

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• Watercolor Artists Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell counties (WAG/TLC) meet at Lyon County Library from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on third Mondays and Cadiz Library on first Mondays. For more information, contact Mary at 270-601-3639.

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Editors Note: This is the second installment of a two-part column. The first installment published in the Feb. 13 edition of The Cadiz Record.

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FRANKFORT -- A rising junior at one of Kentucky's public or private high schools will win a $500 scholarship and a photo shoot at his or her school through the "Promote Your School" scholarship contest, sponsored by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

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Sixty percent of students at Trigg County Public Schools qualify for free or reduced lunch, based on data in the grant that the school system receives from the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program. This means that 60 percent of students come from families that fall below the po…

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• The Voice For The Animals Trigg County Animal Shelter is in need of donations. Those interested may donate cash, towels, food, blankets, etc. To make a donation, contact Ramona Hamilton at 270-522-9548. Checks may be made to Voice for the Animals/Trigg Co. Animal Shelter, Attn: Ramona Hami…

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Strengthening Kentucky families has been a recurring theme this week, as there has been a great deal of bipartisan legislative activity putting families and children first.

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FRANKFORT -- Juniors in Kentucky public high schools will take the ACT on March 12. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help students do better on the test.

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FRANKFORT -- A new study released by the Kentucky Cancer Registry shows that rates of brain and central nervous system tumors diagnosed in Kentucky children significantly outpace the national average. The report was released this week during the joint Children's Advocacy Day and Childhood Ca…

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The Cadiz Record was surprised to see this teddy bear delivering Valentine goodies to local sweethearts. Caleb Champion surprised some city workers when he showed up with a Stuff in Balloons surprise for William Anderson. LeAnn Champion, owner, recently held her grand opening of Stuff in Bal…

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• The Voice For The Animals Trigg County Animal Shelter is in need of donations. Those interested may donate cash, towels, food, blankets, etc. To make a donation, contact Ramona Hamilton at 270-522-9548. Checks may be made to Voice for the Animals/Trigg Co. Animal Shelter, Attn: Ramona Hami…

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• Watercolor Artists Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell counties (WAG/TLC) meet from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the third Mondays and Cadiz Library on the first Mondays at Lyon County Library. For more information, contact Mary at 270-601-3639.

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The family of Nell Birdsong would like to invite the community to come celebrate with her as she celebrates her 100th birthday. The celebration is scheduled from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, located in Trigg County. Please no gifts, but…

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When Trigg County High School junior Colin Stevens stepped on the wrestling mat for the last time Saturday at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association State Wrestling Championships, he was guaranteed the team's highest state finish since his father earned a state title in 1982.

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The Trigg County school board approved designs for security vestibules in the middle and high school at its first meeting of the month Feb 14.

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Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander has appointed a committee to oversee the design and installation of a mural in downtown Cadiz. The committee members are Paul Fourshee, Bryan Blaylock, Kim Fortner and Joan Demers.

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The Cadiz City Council held its monthly meeting Feb 5 and voted to move the downtown farmer's market back to the original location next to the Renaissance Stage in Downtown Cadiz. The decision comes after some complaints that the location across from the I.G.A. building drew people away from…

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By the late 1870s the steamboat era was coming to an end. The days when two or three New Orleans, Louisville, or St. Louis packets stopped at Canton en route to or from Nashville every day were past. Railroads were taking over the freight and passenger trade. People who lived along the lower…