Wednesday, July 8, 2015

What's news in Crittenden County this week...

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Two area employers announced big changes last week that will affect dozens of Crittenden County workers. One of the changes could threaten jobs at the Bremner Food Group plant in Princeton, but the other at West Kentucky Correction Complex is said to not lead to any job losses. Read more about this story in this week's issue of The Crittenden Press. We're also full of opinions this week, plus:
  • New Livingston superintendent named Friday.
  • New booster seat law catching some parents off guard.
  • TOLU STRONG: Community spirit of tiny river town shines every Independence Day.
  • OPINION: Confederate symbols wrongfully made scapegoats.
  • OPINION: Victory Gardens serve as win for entire community.
  • OPINION: Dress codes: Let kids find happy mediums.
  • OPINION: America: The time has come to do things God’s way.
  • Park vandal ordered to clean restrooms.
  • Separate wrecks on U.S. 60 east of Marion send seven to the hospital.
  • Mineral museum grant to soon be submitted.
  • Affordable health screenings offered Friday.
  • Brown traces music teaching career roots to age 3.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: McDonald offers interesting history of Crittenden County.