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U.S. Congressman James Comer was the guest speaker for the Pennyrile Area Development District (PeADD) board of directors’ last virtual regular meeting last Monday.

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Western Kentucky reentry service providers met for the Western Kentucky Reentry Council virtual meeting last Thursday to give updates about pre-release resources, evidence-based programming and other reentry initiatives.

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Paxton Media Group, owner of The Herald Ledger, announced Wednesday the purchase of Landmark Community Newspapers LLC, a chain of daily and weekly newspapers based in Shelbyville, Kentucky.

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The Champions Giving Back charity fundraising event sponsored by the American Legion Post 68 baseball team is well underway, with the goal of raising at least $100,000 for four local charities and The V Foundation.

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Aging in place was the impetus behind Grace Donaldson’s Elder Wellness Enrichment Initiative Grant application.

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The American Legion Post 68 baseball team out of Lyon County has a reputation for being a champion-level team — having won four straight state championships — and now, the champions are giving back in a fundraising event that seeks to raise $100,000 for five charities.

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DRAFFENVILLE — The Marshall County High School drama department will present “Little Women,” the musical, this week at the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts center on the campus of the high school.

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After an empty scoreboard for four innings, the Lyon County Lady Lyons took and held the lead over the Livingston Central Lady Cardinals in a 5-3 victory April 27 to secure the top seed in the district.

Lyon County weathered a push by the Crittenden County Rockets in the first inning, where the Lyons coughed up three runs, but still managed to secure their fifth straight win, 11-5, Friday night.

The Lyon County Lady Lyons looked strong on the field despite a very tiring weekend at the All “A” Classic, continuing a seven-game winning streak with an 8-3 triumph over the Trigg County Lady Wildcats April 26.

It’s not often that a player hits three home runs in one game, but Jackson Shoulders did just that April 26 at the Trigg County Complex.

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Paxton Media Group, owner of The Herald Ledger, announced Wednesday the purchase of Landmark Community Newspapers LLC, a chain of daily and weekly newspapers based in Shelbyville, Kentucky.

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Aging in place was the impetus behind Grace Donaldson’s Elder Wellness Enrichment Initiative Grant application.

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The American Legion Post 68 baseball team out of Lyon County has a reputation for being a champion-level team — having won four straight state championships — and now, the champions are giving back in a fundraising event that seeks to raise $100,000 for five charities.

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DRAFFENVILLE — The Marshall County High School drama department will present “Little Women,” the musical, this week at the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts center on the campus of the high school.

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After an empty scoreboard for four innings, the Lyon County Lady Lyons took and held the lead over the Livingston Central Lady Cardinals in a 5-3 victory April 27 to secure the top seed in the district.

Lyon County weathered a push by the Crittenden County Rockets in the first inning, where the Lyons coughed up three runs, but still managed to secure their fifth straight win, 11-5, Friday night.

The Lyon County Lady Lyons looked strong on the field despite a very tiring weekend at the All “A” Classic, continuing a seven-game winning streak with an 8-3 triumph over the Trigg County Lady Wildcats April 26.

It’s not often that a player hits three home runs in one game, but Jackson Shoulders did just that April 26 at the Trigg County Complex.

After their first game of the season ended with Christian County being mercy run-ruled in the third inning, Lyon County had a little stiffer competition this go around.

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Friday at 7 p.m. was the last time Lyon County students would be in the gymnasium during regular school session; the senior graduation marked the end of the 2020-21 school year.

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CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of West Kentucky board members unanimously approved a motion Tuesday to expand programming into Caldwell and Trigg counties. Kentucky CASA Network Inc. (KCN) requested the expansion.

Spring has been particularly gorgeous this year. Not a record breaker, but still one for my journal garden book. Everything seemed to bloom at the same time, making it especially lovely.

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Stateline and Forward Kentucky published two articles in March during Women’s History Month celebrating Kentucky’s increase in women joining legislatures. There was a 10.9% increase over the past years in Kentucky, helping bring legislative seats held by women in the U.S. to 2,259.

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Aging in place was the impetus behind Grace Donaldson’s Elder Wellness Enrichment Initiative Grant application.

editor's pick top story

The American Legion Post 68 baseball team out of Lyon County has a reputation for being a champion-level team — having won four straight state championships — and now, the champions are giving back in a fundraising event that seeks to raise $100,000 for five charities.

Lyon County weathered a push by the Crittenden County Rockets in the first inning, where the Lyons coughed up three runs, but still managed to secure their fifth straight win, 11-5, Friday night.

It’s not often that a player hits three home runs in one game, but Jackson Shoulders did just that April 26 at the Trigg County Complex.

After their first game of the season ended with Christian County being mercy run-ruled in the third inning, Lyon County had a little stiffer competition this go around.

The Lyon County Lady Lyons looked strong on the field despite a very tiring weekend at the All “A” Classic, continuing a seven-game winning streak with an 8-3 triumph over the Trigg County Lady Wildcats April 26.

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DRAFFENVILLE — The Marshall County High School drama department will present “Little Women,” the musical, this week at the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts center on the campus of the high school.

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After an empty scoreboard for four innings, the Lyon County Lady Lyons took and held the lead over the Livingston Central Lady Cardinals in a 5-3 victory April 27 to secure the top seed in the district.

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Friday at 7 p.m. was the last time Lyon County students would be in the gymnasium during regular school session; the senior graduation marked the end of the 2020-21 school year.

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CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of West Kentucky board members unanimously approved a motion Tuesday to expand programming into Caldwell and Trigg counties. Kentucky CASA Network Inc. (KCN) requested the expansion.

Spring has been particularly gorgeous this year. Not a record breaker, but still one for my journal garden book. Everything seemed to bloom at the same time, making it especially lovely.

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Stateline and Forward Kentucky published two articles in March during Women’s History Month celebrating Kentucky’s increase in women joining legislatures. There was a 10.9% increase over the past years in Kentucky, helping bring legislative seats held by women in the U.S. to 2,259.

The Junior Varsity game Monday between the Lyon County Lyons and the Crittenden County Rockets was cut short due to a time rule.

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Barkley Regional Airport is hosting a contractor outreach workshop Thursday on its new passenger terminal construction project.

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Kelsie Hoitomt relocated from Wisconsin to Kentucky to be closer to family, specifically her sister, who will soon be going to college.

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The next deadline for Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) applications to be considered for funding from NRCS Kentucky this year is April 23, 2021. Through CSP, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) helps farmers, ranchers and forest landowners earn payments for expanding c…

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March marks a significant transition for a long-standing Kentucky Baptist news publication. The Western Recorder will cease regular publication after the March issue.

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The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with the Kentucky Humanities Council, presents “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America.” Opening at the Wrather West Kentucky Museum on the Murray State University campus on Saturday.

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Eddyville City Council hosted a meeting on March 1 at 6 p.m. The meeting took place virtually via Zoom and was streamed live on Facebook, however, Mayor John Choat, Police Chief Jaime Greene, and Water/Sewer Superintendent James Peters met at City Hall and practiced social distancing through…

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A Lyon County Board of Education special meeting was hosted on March 8 at 5 p.m. at the Lyon County School District’s Conference Center in Eddyville. All six board members were present, as well as Superintendent Russ Tilford. There was no public attendance.

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The times, they are a-changing, as they do twice a year with the observance of daylight saving time. The time to “spring forward” officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday.

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Eight Kentucky State Police telecommunicators from throughout the commonwealth were recognized today at graduation ceremonies for the seventeenth class of the agency’s in-house Telecommunications Academy.

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ALMO, Ky. — Museums can offer a figurative step back in time. Bob Dymek’s does that very thing, even with it being housed in his garage and being a mobile version, as well.

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A newly created position with the University of Kentucky’s Cooperative Extension Service is aimed at furthering the institution’s efforts to serve communities throughout the Bluegrass State.

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Lyon County Sheriff Brent White, like most law enforcement administrators, knows that modern budgets leave little room for anything beyond strict essentials. Nevertheless, he kept his wish list in mind, just in case a potential donor asked. Now that one has, he hopes that donation of a Belgi…

When Rudy and Gloria Mijes and family relocated to the Lakes area, they noticed how different Mexican restaurants here are from the kind they enjoyed in their previous home of Chicago. Now, they’ve opened their own restaurant here to serve their family’s traditional Mexican dishes. La Piñata…

Waterfowl hunters, anglers and boaters should anticipate limited access to portions of five bays on Kentucky Lake periodically over the next several weeks as officials evaluate experimental Asian Carp harvest techniques.

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One Lyon County student and one school district staff member have been isolated for COVID-19, while 34 students and three staff members are under quarantine for being in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.

Lindsey Bridges, a teacher at Lyon County Elementary School, organized an Oct. 24 softball tournament to raise funds for Book for Hope, which helps families that have children with cancer.