Wednesday, April 8, 2015

What's news in the community this week...

CCHS junior Nick Castiller on the mound.
This week's issue of The Crittenden Press is chock full of an assortment of news from around the community found nowhere else, including:
  • Got nuts? If so, school officials are asking you to not bring them into CCES as part of a new policy to protect students with food allergies.
  • The county convenience center is offering free dumping later this month. Find out when.
  • Read any good books lately? Discover what CHS Auxiliary does with each quarter it earns from its book sales.
  • The opera is coming to town... well, nearby. A Marion native will be showcasing his vocal talents at Paducah's performing arts center later this month.
  • Two high school students will be spending the remainder of their public education at a prestigious math and science academy in Morehead.
  • Did your child or grandchild make the elementary school honor roll?
If that's not enough, read the stories accompanying these headlines:
  • Juvenile suspected in county shooting.
  • Rural hospitals’ future appears bleak without community support.
  • MPD has opening for new patrolman.
  • Education soon minus Hodges.
  • Mail processing change could affect delivery.
  • Crittenden native blazing trail as rare female deputy sheriff.
  • Book features collection of soldier’s letters.
  • IRS scam making rounds again locally.
  • Phillips joins summer baseball league.