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  The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife yesterday released the name of the man who drowned last Thursday on Kentucky Lake.

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  Planning is progressing on Benton’s new library that will be located on West 12th Street.

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  If chili dog, barbecue chicken or chicken caesar-themed pizzas or fish tacos sound good to you, you need to run (not walk)  to Big Guys Pizza Grill.

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Benton Police Chief Jeromy Hicks recently announced he's retiring at the end of this month and Mayor Rita Dotson announced her selection for appointment, which she will submit for council approval on Sept. 16, is Captain Stephen Sanderson.

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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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Last month, local motorcycle clubs Iron Order MC and Fire & Ice WMC collectively donated $4,100 to Nonnie's Place Women and Children's Shelter in Eddyville. The proceeds were raised from a poker run the clubs held.

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Sheila Kennedy-Guess, PT, DPT, CLT earned a Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Arcadia University With Distinction (3.9 or greater GPA) and participated in the university's graduation ceremony on May 16.

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Fritts Construction and Electric in Eddyville is no stranger to hurricane relief, and this week they are working their way along the coast of the Carolinas with a trailer full of supplies donated by local citizens to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian.