Franklin Clark, Cadiz Record en Progress Made on Eggners Ferry Bridge <p><a href="">Hall Contracting of Kentucky is making</a> progress on the Eggner Ferry Bridge repair project, and structural steel has been assembled at the Eddyville Riverport this weekend and earlier this week. That is what the Transportation Cabinet&#39;s Keith Todd said - and it should be ready to be transported to the bridge site in Aurora next week. Wed, 02 May 2012 16:00:07 +0000 Franklin Clark, Cadiz Record 25827 at Progress Made on Eggners Ferry Bridge Beach Closed Due to High E. Coli Level <p><a href=" ">The beach at Lake Barkley State Resort Park</a> continues to be closed because of the presence of too much e. coli bacteria in the water, said Park Manager John Jordan. As required by health codes, the Health Department checks the water for bacteria every Wednesday, with the results published every Friday, and last week they found at least 240 percent of the threshold to close the beaches, Jordan said. Thu, 16 Jun 2011 17:50:23 +0000 Franklin Clark, Cadiz Record 6630 at Alcohol Sales in State Parks <p><a href=" ">The Kentucky Department of Parks wants a license</a>&nbsp;to sell alcohol at Lake Barkley State Resort Park, as well as state parks in other wet counties. State Parks spokesman Gil Lawson said the application is one of five involving state parks in wet counties and other territories, and that the application at Lake Barkley State Resort Park includes liquor by the drink in the dining room. Meanwhile, the parks department is also seeking beer licenses at two state park golf courses &ndash; Audubon in Henderson and My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown. Fri, 10 Jun 2011 14:04:44 +0000 Franklin Clark, Cadiz Record 6086 at Lake Barkley Normal, but Cleanup Remains <p><a href="">Although Lake Barkley is down</a> almost to normal levels, in many places the clean-up and repair work has only really begun after recent flooding. John Jordan, administrator of Lake Barkley State Resort Park, said the park lost about $100,000 in sales as the result of cancellations because of flooding. Jordan said the financial impact of flooding was worse this year than last year. Thu, 26 May 2011 12:55:50 +0000 Franklin Clark, Cadiz Record 4689 at