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A devoted group of Lacy residents and supporters continue to battle for their community school with a change of leadership Monday night ...Read More
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Another western Kentucky school district is dealing with a severe budget shortfall that could lead to massive cuts across the district ...Read More
The Trigg County Sheriff's Department could soon have body camera's if the department is able to secure grant funding....Read More
Trigg Fiscal Court is weighing the options concerning health insurance for county employees next fiscal year ...Read More
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Sophomore Jacob Whitmer pitched six innings of shutout baseball to help Muhlenberg County beat Trigg County 5-2 Monday night. 
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