- We applaud Beshear for vetoing HB 195
- Trigg Fiscal Court sets new social distancing orders
- Redshirt season was “great learning experience” for Allen
- Angela “Angee” Pridemore Mannahan, 42
- Henry Lawrence “Baby JR” Street Jr., 53
- Stephanie Lynn Calhoun, 47
- J.T. Ethridge, 81
- Wildcat Weekly
- Community Calendar
- Library Notes
Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander issued an executive order Monday morning limiting the number of people allowed in essential businesses and other social distancing guidelines for the county.
Information provided by the Trigg County Sheriff Department:
Trigg County Hospital and Rural Health Clinic have taken steps to prepare for a spike in COVID-19 patients.
The Trigg County Senior Center and its staff and volunteers continue to serve the senior community through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Trigg County School Board met virtually on April 1 for a special called meeting.
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is temporarily relaxing income requirements through April 30 to allow more Kentuckians to receive food from food banks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear issued a new executive order Monday via Facebook Live limiting out-of-state travel for Kentuckians.
Teachers face new challenges each day in the classroom, but 2020 has brought yet another — teaching from home.
He didn’t get a chance to play in a game but that doesn’t mean Dontaie Allen was unhappy with his freshman season at Kentucky under John Calipari.
One thing Somerset quarterback Kaiya Sheron immediately liked about Kentucky quarterback coach Darin Hinshaw was his honesty — even if it might not have been exactly what he wanted to hear.
Gov. Andy Beshear proved during his time as attorney general, with his rulings favorable to newspapers on open records laws, and now as governor of Kentucky that he is a friend to our industry.
NOTE: I am reviewing this film because of its recent Video On Demand release following a brief theatrical run. I fully acknowledge and respect the decision to close most of the theaters in the country due to COVID-19. Stay safe, everybody.