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United thought: No justification for mistreatment

The News-Enterprise

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 ... More

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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 ...

Privacy of students is important

A number of state legislatures have seen the introduction of proposed laws that would restrict bathroom use in schools according to the student's biological gender. Kentucky is one of them. These bi ...

Highway fatalities on the rise

No one is ever prepared to say a final goodbye. There's a unique sting that accompanies deaths that were seemingly avoidable and unnecessary. Last year in Kentucky, 835 people died in crashes. More ...

Community challenge off to 'hangry' start

Two weeks ago, I got the bright idea to join this year's Pennyrile District Health Department/WKDZ community weight loss challenge. I enlisted my fellow Cadiz Record cohorts in attempting this with ...

Pension disclosures surely raise eyebrows

One oft-voiced frustration about lawmakers is that they tend not to walk in our shoes.Take Obamacare. As the law was originally written members of Congress as well as their staffs were required to f ...

Complex talks become complex

Legal doesn't always equate to ethical. It's a lesson Cadiz City Council would do well to remember.The last six months have been tumultuous, to say the least, where city business intersects with loc ...

Great once again

This week our nation will experience a wonderful American political tradition, as we witness the peaceful transfer of executive power. The new President will assume office riding a wave of voter ent ...

Return to Frankfort historic

For the first time since 1921, Republicans took control of the Kentucky House of Representatives, making our first week back to Frankfort a historic one. We have been hard at work doing exactly what ...

Early state direction not making much 'cents'

Days after formally moving in to every corner of Frankfort, Republicans hastily got to work trying to lower wages on predominantly middle class families.That sentence is probably going to get a few ...

Bevin signs historic pro-life legislation

An interesting thing happened in Frankfort a few days ago. For the first time in the history of the legislature, bills actually passed the House and Senate during the first week of business. Traditi ...

Immigration issue not so clear cut

"Immigration: the act of coming to live permanently in a foreign country."Sounds simple enough, but those 11 words bring to mind dozens, if not hundreds, of issues. Immigrants have different reasons ...

U.S. should focus on own people first

There are no simple solutions to our U.S. immigration situation. All U.S. citizens have roots somewhere else. So we all have a dog in this fight. I say fight because we are conflicted. We have compas ...

To the year ahead

It seems like just as quickly as it came, 2016 is gone. Every year I ask myself how it happens that the years fly by as they do. Every year, I'm left with no answers.This year, in particular, has le ...

Letter to the Editor

Reader disagrees with proposed practice facilityDear Editor,We don't need an indoor practice facility built at the Complex. It would only be used by the high school baseball team.We could use the $2 ...

Understanding charter schools

There is nothing in life more important than education. No question. Not only formal education, but everything we learn in this journey of life is education. Burn your hand and learn fire is hot. Fi ...

Letter to the Editor

Reader: Today's conservatives seeking to return to era of Comstock Laws Last week's column by Toni Martinazzi and the letter from Mark Briggs are perfect examples of why I turned in fury upon today' ...

Starting over can be a blessing

Sometimes, I'm keenly aware of the drawbacks to having children so many years apart. It bothers me to know that my children will not likely be particularly close to one another; a 13-year age differ ...

Letters to the Editor

Reader supports Planned ParenthoodI agree that the defunding of Planned Parenthood would be a mistake.Planned Parenthood provides affordable health care to persons who may not otherwise be able to a ...

News

Rotary Club hosts 50th annual radio auction

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz Record

The 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 ...

Students host Summit exhibition

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz Record

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City to host Arbor Day celebration

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Two trees stand in the grassy area near the Justice Center parking lot in 2015, just after an Arbor Day planting ceremony in Cadiz. This year's Arbor Day celebration will be held at 11 a.m ...

Hughes retiring after 30 years service

Col. Dane Hughes has been a fixture in Trigg County law enforcement since 1986, but after 30 years, he says it's time to begin a new adventure: retirement.

Hughes, who has been with the Trigg County ...

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 ...

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