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Governor signs Real ID bill into law

Lexington Herald-Leader

Gov. Matt Bevin has signed into law Real ID legislation to bring Kentucky into compliance with federal security regulations for driver’s licenses. He vetoed it last year. Bevin has signed sever ... More

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Local SAR members earn state honors

The Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution received accolades at the recent state meeting of the Kentucky Society SAR in Erlanger. For the third year in a row, the chapter ...

Pet of the week

Pet of the weekCharlie is a 7-month-old Aussie mix that needs a fenced area in which to run. He gets along well with other dogs. For more information, call Ramona Hamilton, Trigg County Animal Shelt ...

HCA students put 'Love in Action'

Submitted photosHeritage Christian Academy students in pre-K through 12th grade volunteered time, services and donations to various organizations as part of the "Love in Action" community service pr ...

Harbinger of evil: Strange celestial event of 1859

Sunday, Aug. 28, 1859, was a stormy day, with black clouds, thunder, lightning, and heavy rain. Captain Milt Aiken welcomed the rain as the new sidewheeler steamboat John A. Fisher backed away from ...

PADD looks to recognize centenarians

Officials are making plans to honor some of the Pennyrile region's oldest residents, and they are seeking the public's help in identifying these prospective honorees, all of them at least 100 years ...

KSP to conduct traffic safety checks

The Kentucky State Police (KSP) will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints throughout the Post 1 district, to check motorists for compliance with motor vehicle laws including driving under the in ...

The Way opens in Cadiz

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz RecordOrganizers for The Way Youth Ministry hosted two grand openings last week for sponsors and students in Cadiz. The organization, which provides safe after school act ...

TCH Foundation hosts Blue Jean Ball

Mary Garrison Minyard/Cadiz Record Residents gathered for a night of food, drink, dessert and dancing at the second Blue Jean Ball Saturday at Southern Springs Event Center in Trigg County. The ball, ...

Cadiz resident faces charges of child abuse

A Cadiz man is facing child abuse charges after police say an 18-month-old in his care was flown on Wednesday to Norton's Children's Hospital (formerly Kosair's) in Louisville.Nathaniel Lee Breazeal ...

National Work Zone Awareness Week set April 3

While many Kentuckians associate the color orange with rival college athletics programs, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) last week announced "Glow Orange, Kentucky" week, an initiative in ...

State probes city sewage leak

The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection is looking into allegations that the City of Cadiz has been dumping raw sewage into a creek that feeds into the Little River. Lanny Brannock, spoke ...

HopFed Bancorp announces quarterly dividend

HOPKINSVILLE -- HopFed Bancorp Inc. this week announced that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of 4 cents per share.The cash dividend will be paid on April 17 to stockhol ...

Little Caesar's looks at Cadiz store location

Cadiz could soon find itself home to a new popular pizza chain. Cadiz City Council voted 4-2 on Wednesday to extend a proposed three-year economic incentive package to Jag's Enterprises of Princeton t ...

Organizers update Tourism on Lights Fest plans

Cadiz-Trigg County Tourist and Convention Commission board members got the opportunity to learn more during a special-called meeting Thursday about the upcoming Lights Fest, scheduled for April 22 o ...

General Assembly passes charter school bill

Kentucky is on the verge of joining 43 other states that have charter schools. The state Senate voted 23 to 15 late Wednesday afternoon to allow charter schools and sent the measure to the House, whi ...

KSP arrests two in meth case

Kentucky State Trooper T. J. Williams conducted a traffic stop about 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 9 on Highway 60 in Livingston County. During the traffic stop, approximately à ½ gram of suspected me ...

Mayor presents The Way facilitators keys to city

Submitted photosCadiz Mayor Todd King presents keys to the city to organizers for The Way Christian Youth Ministry last week in Cadiz. After more than two years active fundraising, the group held a ...

Woodland Nature Station to host Girl Scout Day

Woodlands Nature Station will host Girl Scout Day rom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 25 at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Hands-on activities, live animal programs, scavenger hunts, gu ...

Board tentatively sets commencement

Trigg County graduating seniors will celebrate their commencement on the last student attendance day in the district.The Trigg County Board of Education voted on Thursday to set this year's graduati ...

Sports

Arrowcats place 2nd in region tournament

The High School Arrowcats finished second in the KHSAA Region 1 Archery Tournament Saturday in Madisonville. They finished six points away from the first place Henderson County.

The Arrowcats will n ...

Daniel: First season a learning experience

His first season at Kentucky was even more of a learning experience than linebacker Kash Daniel anticipated.

"It was like a rollercoaster," said Daniel. "This was my first year to really learn about ...

Wildcats split pair of games at Union

Trigg County split a doubleheader Saturday at Union County and missed on its bid for the school's first 3-0 start since the 1990s.

Trigg won the opener 6-2, but Union County took advantage of four Tr ...

Opinion

The Problem with Credit Card Limits

Having access to credit through a revolving account, like a credit card, is beneficial to most consumers when cash flow is tight or a major expense comes out of the blue. Credit cards offer incredible ...

Proposed budget cuts could prove devastating

President Donald Trump on Thursday released his 2018 budget proposal, which outlines a number of cuts to discretionary spending in favor of policies he espoused during a rather controversial campaig ...

Kentucky joins trend with outcomes funding

Kentucky is about to join join a parade of states that have tied higher education funding to student outcomes.

The state's reordering of how it allots approximately $1 billion in higher ed funding wa ...

Government should be open to its public

Sunshine Week is celebrated across the nation every March to highlight the importance of open government and how only transparency can ensure accountability.

In Kentucky, Sunshine Week (March 12-18) ...

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