Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Inside this week's Crittenden Press...

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Residents in the eastern part of Crittenden County have been on edge the last few days as law enforcement officers from multiple jurisdictions have been hunting for a man and woman they believe are responsible for a series of burglaries across the region.

The search continues for the suspects across a four-county area. Find out the background on the investigation and more details into the suspects' alleged crimes inside this week's edition of The Crittenden Press. Also:
  • Graduation for the Class of 2015 is now in the books. Our special section offers photos of commencement and of individual seniors and a list of award and scholarship winners, as well as much more.
  • The county's most troublesome intersection is on a regional priority list for infrastructure upgrades.
  • Frustrations with courthouse inadequacies rise to new level.
  • Police identify suspect in multiple park vandalism incidents.
  • Relay for Life returns to park Friday evening. Find a schedule of events.
  • Find a list of academic award winners from the high school, eighth-grade and fifth-grade.
  • A new class of Crittenden County Distinguished Alumni has been inducted.
  • Three fixtures at Crittenden County Elementary School are retiring.
  • Three teachers and one principal have been honored for their work.
  • Coast-to-coast bike race to pass through Marion.
  • CCMS memorial dedicated to girl who died in ATV crash last summer.