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Learn more about the planning for the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017, and the following stories in this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
- Marion man uses chainsaw to turn timber into art.
- Rockets to honor vets, first-responders Sept. 11.
- Marion Police Department adds 6th officer.
- Former GOP chair takes issue with 2016 caucus.
- Former Marion youth minister to pay $680,000-plus in civil trial.
- Derby, other races held at fairgrounds next week.
- Farmers Market moving next to library this fall.
- White promoted to Post 2 commander.
- Father, son charged in local cattle case.
- Youth likely facing vandalism charges.
- County jobless rate goes up slightly.
- Rural broadband initiative aims for reliable Internet.
- Law enforcement boosts patrols.
- PHOTOS: Elementary cheerleaders pose for the camera.
- RECIPE CORNER: Enjoy a grandmother's potato salad recipe.
- SPORTS: Rockets prepare for first road game of season.
- OPINION: "Separation of church and state" misunderstood.
- Local counseling center moves to new location.