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DUI bills pass House panel

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A bill that would essentially keep a person's first DUI conviction on their record forever passed a House committee Wednesday in Frankfort, although some who supported the bill said they'd like to see ... More

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Numerous bills seek tax breaks this session

FRANKFORT -- As Gov. Matt Bev­in warns that Kentucky's tax code is al­ready riddled with more than 300 loop­holes, state lawmakers continue to pro­pose more tax breaks for everything from buying ...

Barkley Bridge arch set

CANTON — Despite a rainy start to the day, construction crews on  forged ahead Tuesday with plans to move and set the main span  on the new U.S.68/KY 80 Lake Barkley Bridge at Can ...

City creates new parks and rec director position

Cadiz City Council has paved the way for the creation of a parks and recreation department. The council voted unanimously last Wednesday in a special-called meeting at Cadiz City Hall to amend the cit ...

New deputy takes post with TCSO

Submitted photoTrigg County Sheriff's Office Deputy David Tomlinson (left) hands Jared Werner his badge Thursday in Cadiz. Werner was sworn in to service Thursday and began his patrol as TCSO's newe ...

Season opens March 1 at LBL attractions

Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area begins its 2017 season Wednesday, March 1, when Energy Lake, Hillman Ferry, and Piney campgrounds, along with Woodlands Nature Station, Homeplace 1850 ...

JMAM hosts 'A Chocolate Affair'

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz RecordGayle Rufli chooses from an array of sweet treats Saturday at the Fairholme in downtown Cadiz as part of this year's Chocolate Affair. The event, a fundraiser for t ...

Friends of Lake Barkley secure grant for trail

The Friends of Lake Barkley group is looking to improve on its recently complete universal access trail at Lake Barkley State Resort Park.Friends group member and project chairman Jim Mullen said th ...

Deed Transfers

Jan. 30â ¢ Fannie Mae Garner, Christopher 189643-0 D292/40 2.43 Acres Kentucky Highway 164â ¢ Federal National Mortgage Association Garner, Christopher 189643-1 D292/40 2.43 Acres Kentucky Highway 1 ...

Smoking restrictions bill out

The idea of a statewide ban on smoking in workplaces has hit roadblocks in the General Assembly, but a bill to ban tobacco use on school properties and at school events might be a mandate legislator ...

Pet of the Week

Molly is a Lab/hound mix who needs a loving home. She is full of life and energy, stays inside but likes the outside. Molly is trained to a leash. She likes the water and is very kid friendly. She p ...

HCC accepting entries for 'The Round Table'

Hopkinsville Community College's literary magazine, The Round Table, will be accepting submissions of original poetry, prose or artwork through 4:30 p.m., Thursday, March 2, for its 2017 edition.The ...

Hopkinsville plans to host Eclipse Con

Plans to bring a comic con event to Hopkinsville were met with support online as the Eclipse Con Facebook page launched last Friday. The page earned more than 650 likes in the first 72 hours, and th ...

Arch move still on for Barkley bridge arch

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Later start to school year clears Kentucky Senate

Kentucky students’ first day of school may happen later than usual if state lawmakers approve legislation that allows for more flexibility in de­signing the annual calendar and incen­tivizes end ...

Looking back at the old picture show

The first public motion picture in Cadiz was an outdoor projection viewed evenings from the front lawn of the old Trigg County Courthouse in November 1913. Local residents W.C. Brewer and Alex Blane ...

Officials look into regional ag expo center

Christian County officials are looking for community input and support for a proposed regional agriculture expo center. County officials on Thursday held a series of focus group sessions at the James ...

February is heart month

February is not only famous for being the month of love with Valentine's Day, but also being the American Heart Month in which heart heath is promoted. What better gift can you give your Valentine t ...

Sports

Lady Wildcats end season with loss to Lyon

The outcome of the Lady Lyons and Lady Wildcats first match of the postseason ended nearly identical to their final meeting during the during season. On that game Jan. 31, Allison Murphy led the way ...

Cousins, Davis now NBA teammates

The Sacramento Kings have traded former UK star DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans.

The move will pair Cousins with former UK star Anthony Davis.

The trade was announced late Sunday night ...

Opinion

Letters to the Editor

Reader has questions about proposed practice facility

There are many questions that need to be answered before they build this building.

â ¢ Why are they building it at the Complex?

â ¢ What size is t ...

Lawmakers don't need to dabble with religion

Last week a Kentucky lawmaker introduced legislation to allow the Bible to be taught as an elective in public schools across the state.

As a Christian, I hope the proposal doesn't become law.

It's hum ...

Letter to the Editor

Reader: Cothran attempting to push 'alternative facts'

HB 106, the so-called Bathroom Bill, was introduced by State Representative Richard Nelson. He is a Democrat. What Martin Cothran was attempting ...

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