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Trigg County's 20th Annual Relay For Life

By Brittney Meredith-Miller

Photos by Brittney Meredith-MillerHeld at Trigg County High School on Saturday, local groups helped raised $66,581 during the 2017 Relay For Life. The goal for the event was $75,000, but funds conti ... More

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Fitness Center to open downtown

Cadiz residents will soon have another option in meeting their fitness goals. Wild Hog Fitness Center will open its doors June 1 in downtown Cadiz, in the former Little Peanut and Paws location at 59 ...

Homeplace hosts annual sheep shearing event

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz RecordGary Larson clips wool from a sheep Saturday at The Homeplace 1850s Living History Farm in Land Between the Lakes. Each year, staff host a sheep shearing event in t ...

Local veterans take honor flight

Vietnam veterans Dale Ezell (Army) and Jerry Burnam (Marine Corps) of Cadiz recently made a trip to Washington, D.C. This trip was sponsored through the Screaming Eagle Honor Flight out of the hub o ...

City adopts $6.3 million budget

Cadiz City Council on Tuesday adopted a $6.3 million budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year beginning on July 1 with no discussion. Councilmen unanimously approved the budget, which accounts for $3.4 mill ...

General, road fund receipts slip in 2017

The Office of State Budget Director reported on Monday that March's General Fund receipts fell 11.4 percent compared to March of last year, a decrease of $99.2 million. Total revenues for the month ...

Conservation district to host tire amnesty day

The Kentucky Division of Conservation in Frankfort approved the Trigg County Conservation Districtâ€â ¢s request for $7,500 grant to be spent for residents of Trigg County to dispose of t ...

Deed Transfers

March 27â ¢ Stoltzfus, David K. & Salome Stotzfus, Jr. David K. 191210-0 D292/668 Northerly side of McAtee Rd. 6.19 Acresâ ¢ Horning, Lloyd Z Stauffer, David G. & Anna S. 191212-0 D292/672 T ...

'Glow Orange' campaign raises awareness

Focusing on the human aspect surrounding highway work zone safety, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) launched its state work zone safety campaign this week in conjunction with National Work ...

Coal museum switches to solar power

Inside the Kentucky Coal Museum, visitors can peruse plenty of memorabilia on mining and the commonwealth's coal camps. But on the roof, they'll find a display dedicated to an unexpected industry: S ...

WKCTC prepares for solar eclipse

The first total solar eclipse visible in the continental United States in 38 years will be Aug. 21. To prepare, West Kentucky Community and Technical College is offering a Makerspace event in April ...

Area clerks look forward to new election bill

A bill that passed the Kentucky House and Senate would eliminate extra costs for local option elections if Gov. Matt Bevin signs it into law. House Bill 319, sponsored by Rep. Kenny Imes, R-Murray, w ...

Fiscal Court approves jail budget

Trigg County Magistrates on Monday approved a $570,400 jail budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year. The measure passed unanimously in a 6-0 vote; District 3 Magistrate Jon Goodwin was absent from Monday's ...

Season kicks off with Cruz-In

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz Record Hungry patrons line up for a bite outside Reva's Place during the first Cadiz Cruz-In of the year Saturday in downtown Cadiz. Visitors turned out despite the chill t ...

Residents turn out for Cruz-In, farmers market

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Farmers market is back

April brings lots of things: warm weather, gardens to plant, May flowers. But April also brings the opening of the Cadiz/Trigg County Farmers Market. The Farmers Market has a new location this year. ...

Local groups set to host egg hunts

Area children will have the opportunity to engage in a time-honored tradition this weekend, hunting for colored Easter eggs filled with goodies. The Cadiz Lions Club will host its annual community Eas ...

Sports

College redshirt rule change on horizon?

If the American Football Coaches Association has its way, college football players would be allowed to play in four games and still be able to count that as a redshirt season.

Most coaches already se ...

Wildcats top Ballard, fall at Lyon

After falling to Lyon and Caldwell counties last week, the Wildcats rebounded with a 9-0 win over Ballard Memorial on Monday.

Jake Terrell pitched a complete game, bombing the Bombers with 13 strikes ...

Feelings mixed on Monk

Malik Monk is considered a lock to be a top 10 pick in the June NBA Draft, but that doesn't mean everyone feels he is destined to be a NBA star.

Monk led the Southeastern Conference in scoring at Ken ...

Lady Wildcats fall 1-0 in district heartbreaker

It was a close game for the Lady Wildcat softball team as they were defeated by the Lady Lyons 1-0.

Hannah Colbert pitched a great game for the evening. Coach Toree Rogers was pleased with the game, ...

Opinion

Record start, ripped pants and all

So, in my first full week as general manager of the Cadiz Record, I've managed to rip my pants in the office, left out a handful of ads and one story (sorry to the good folks at Goodwin Funeral Home ...

Climate change is real

Even though 97 percent of scientists agree that climate change is real and that human activity is likely the primary cause, there is a very vocal, very small group of climate change deniers. Some re ...

Panicked cattle run in herds!

There are people and institutions whose main purpose is to study climate and many vehemently disagree that it is humans who are the main cause of any climate change. They are geologists, geophysicis ...

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