Cutter Singleton plays the banjo at a GOP dinner Tuesday evening that
brought several statewide candidates to Crittenden County.
Officials in Marion are concerned about the city's housing trend. Home ownership is down, rentals are up, no new dwellings are being built and the number of vacant, condemned or foreclosed upon homes is up. Find out in this week's issue of The Crittenden Press what the city's concerns are with this trend and what can be done about it.
Also in this week's issue:
- Crittenden-Livingston Water District raising rates next month.
- Quilting brings local woman fame.
- Local GOP hosts gubernatorial, down ticket candidates.
- Public, private financing brings park lights up to date.
- Circuit court sees bevy of drug cases.
- Grand jury indicts four on variety of charges.
- Crittenden chess teams ends season strong.
- High school produces own news telecast.
- Making postcards once a thriving business in Marion.
- New men's golf league forming at country club.
- High school teens share memories from trip to France.
Find these stories and much more in The Crittenden Press.