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Rotary Club hosts 50th annual radio auction

BY MARY GARRISON MINYARD mgarrison@cadizrecord.com

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz RecordThe Cadiz Rotary Club hosted its 50th annual radio auction last week at the Cadiz Baptist Church Annex. The club brought in more than $250,000 for local student and ... More

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Trigg man arrested on burglary charges

A Trigg County man was arrested last week after a homeowner allegedly found him drunk inside her residence.According to Trigg County Sheriff's Office reports, officers responded to a call at 12:18 p ...

Telecommunicators Week honors unseen responders

Telecommunicators at Kentucky State Police Post 1 in Mayfield will be recognized along with more than 200,000 of their fellow communicators nationwide April 9-15 during National Public Safety Teleco ...

Right to vote restored for low-level offenders

Gov. Matt Bevin on Monday restored the right to vote and hold public office to certain offenders who have completed their respective sentences and have applied for restoration of their civil rights. ...

What passed, failed in Kentucky legislature

Here's a look at what the Kentucky Legislature did during the 2017 regular session, which ended at midnight Thursday.Passedâ ¢ Charter schools: House Bill 520 will allow publicly-funded charter scho ...

Jobless rate drops in 115 Kentucky counties

Unemployment rates dropped in 115 Kentucky counties between February 2016 and February 2017, rose in three and stayed the same in two counties, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Train ...

Nature Station to host Harry Potter program

The Wizardry World of Harry Potter visits Woodlands Nature Station during spring break through April 7, at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Programs for all ages will be offered dail ...

Brown retires from Cadiz Police Department

Submitted photoCadiz Mayor Todd King (right) presents retiring Sgt. Scott Brown (center) with a key to the city as Cadiz Police Chief Chad Grace looks on during a retirement celebration Sunday at th ...

North Carolina man faces drug trafficking charge

A North Carolina man was arrested last week after Kentucky State Police troopers discovered a large amount of marijuana in his vehicle.On Friday, at about 8:15 a.m., Kentucky State Police Post 1's i ...

Local participates in mock trial event

For the third consecutive year, Eastern Kentucky University's mock trial team has earned a trip to the American Mock Trial Association's (AMTA) National Championship Tournament.EKU finished with a 7 ...

Trigg County jazz band to play at MSU festival

The 11th annual Murray State University-Jamey Aebersold Jazz Festival will take place on March 31 and April 1. Middle school, high school and university jazz groups from three states will be perform ...

Deed Transfers

March 13â ¢ Spann, William A & Marty F. Ownes, Scott 190881-0 D292/534 Tract of Land in Trigg County with Exceptionsâ ¢ Spann, Dennie Ownes, Scott 190881-1 D292/534 Tract of Land in Trigg County ...

Comer discusses economy with PADD officials

Submitted photoCongressman James Comer recently met with several officials of the Pennyrile Area Development District to talk about economic issues in the Pennyrile part of the first district. (From ...

Events go on despite Fling flop

While Spring Fling activities have been called off this year, other events typically held the same weekend are scheduled to continue. The fifth annual Trigg County Amazing Family Challenge will go on ...

Fees range widely at jails across region

Should inmates be charged a daily rate for their incarceration?If you ask jailers in western Kentucky, their answers run the gamut.Kentucky law allows jails to implement fees -- including a booking ...

No change to driver's license until 2019

While new legislation has been passed to bring Kentucky driver's licenses into federal requirements, state driver license and ID card holders will not see any changes until the effective date of the ...

Realtor association: Housing market strong

Coming off a strong 2016, Kentucky real estate continued its momentum in 2017 as January saw home sales break the 3,000-unit mark, a new high for the month. The 9 percent gain (3,047 in 2017 versus ...

State unemployment rate decreases to 4.9 percent

Kentucky's seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate for February 2017 was down 0.1 percent from the January 2017 rate of 5.0 percent, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET ...

Federal law affects boat registration

The Kentucky Department of Vehicle Regulation is alerting boaters of a recent change in federal law regarding the registration and renewal process for vessels.Beginning January 2018, boat owners wil ...

School board hears new student science standards

Students are being assessed just a little differently than in years past when it comes to sciences in the classroom. Trigg County Assistant Superintendent Beth Sumner briefed Board of Education member ...

Rental property panel finalizing draft ordinance

Cadiz may see new rental property upkeep ordinances in place by mid summer. The rental property committee, which has been meeting since January to discuss implementing policies concerning the safety a ...

Sports

Racers place three on All-OVC golf team

The Murray State Racers placed three student-athletes on the 2016-17 All-Ohio Valley Conference Women's Golf Team.

The voting was revealed after the opening round of the OVC Championship at Hampton C ...

LBL to host Turkey Bay cleanup day

Volunteers are needed for the annual Turkey Bay Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area cleanup day beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 22, at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Volunteers w ...

Racers host rival WKU on diamond

After playing seven of their last eight games on the road, the Racers return to Reagan Field for a four-game homestand beginning Tuesday against Western Kentucky.

Both teams are coming off 0-3 confe ...

Opinion

United thought: No justification for mistreatment

United Airlines and Chicago Department of Aviation police have provided the airline industry a case study on exactly how not to handle seat shortages on passenger planes.

Making matters worse, the un ...

When one door closes ...

All things will eventually come to an end. It's a cosmic imperative far beyond the likes of me to comprehend, but invariably, it happens.

So, too, does my tenure at The Cadiz Record.

Some have heard, ...

Governor, you live in a glass house

Gov. Matt Bevin has a credibility problem of his own making.

Bevin too often retreats to "trust me" when questions arise that he doesn't want to answer.

Most recently, his administration has remained ...

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