Trigg County Judge Executive

Cadiz-Trigg, Southwestern KY EDCs to Merge

Apr 10, 2014

The Cadiz-Trigg County Economic Development Center is set to merge with the Southwestern Kentucky EDC. Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said the merger is the result of ongoing efforts to reach more people in the Trigg EDC’s work.


The Trigg County Fiscal Court is in talks to amend its alcohol ordinance. Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said the amendments come as the state changed regulations on July 25th. Alexander said the changes are mostly administrative but do include allowing Election Day sales and synchronizing city and county license renewal dates.

“In the past, sometimes you had a county that had a renewal date and then the city had a different renewal date and they’re getting those all on-line by county and in-line with each other," said Alexander.

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The Trigg County Republican Party has released details on three names sent to Governor Steve Beshear in hopes he'll select one to serve as Trigg County Judge Executive for the next two years. Executive Committee Vice Chair Betty Sue Howard says the group suggested Trigg County magistrate Barry Littlejohn, McLean County High School Senior Army instructor for JROTC Steve Darnall, and retired sergeant major Jim Kilcoyne.

Humphries Plans to Submit Official Resignation Soon

Nov 27, 2012

First District State Senator-elect Stan Humphries plans to submit his letter of resignation as Trigg County Judge Executive in the coming days. Gov. Steve Beshear will have 30 days to select a replacement for the remaining two years of Humphries’ term.