Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Pick up The Crittenden Press this week

Today is Police Blue Ribbon Day
Crittenden Countians have always been known for their True Blue Spirit, but the spunk shown of late for Blue Ribbon projects and other support of law enforcement has been remarkable. In fact, it has drawn regional and even out-of-state media attention from Paducah to Nashville, Tenn., and beyond as ball players and merchants have devoted time, energy and resources toward the cause. Next Thursday, citizens here will have an opportunity to show up in person to support local lawmen during a prayer vigil.

For more on this story and the following stories, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Main Lake Road bridge, Copperas Springs Road closed for repairs.
  • White Road bridge soon to be replaced.
  • Whitfield to forego 11th term on Hill.
  • Kenergy replacing its outdated meters.
  • Class prepares storm spotters.
  • Officials discuss U.S. 641 project.
  • GOP hosting local meet-and-greet.
  • County jobless rate falls below 5 percent.
  • Virus at schools hurting attendance.
  • Preview Saturday's Pumpkin Festival with a schedule of events.
  • Find a list of people participating in this weekend's Highway 60 Yard Sale.
  • Former teacher walks length of Nile ... sort of.
  • Flu shots urged by Ky.’s First Couple.
  • ‘85 state champs to head up football homecoming parade.
  • OPINION: Where’s the beef ... and the law?
  • Schools bolster counseling effort.
  • Rocket Arena goes digital with video board.
  • SPORTS: Crittenden challenge stalls in third period.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Orville “Bobby” McDaniel, Glen Patmor remembered.