Wednesday, September 23, 2015

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

Mexico Baptist Church has never doubted Biblical promises that the Lord will provide for the needs of Jesus’ followers, but on Sunday the church’s extended family watched such a blessing unfold before their eyes. Every fall for six years now, the country church with an active congregation has hosted its Football Fellowship program. It’s a faith-based revival of sports, typically attracting around 400 attendees, and most of those are not members of the congregation.

Find out the details on this story and the following stories inside this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Two charged with sending meth FedEx.
  • Jailer asks fiscal court to add more beds.
  • Marion seeks sidewalk funds for Sturgis Road.
  • County again recognized for child support collections.
  • Rogers Group eyes local industrial park.
  • City mulls mass alert system to deliver notifications.
  • Eclipse planning under way.
  • CHS still negotiating EMS management.
  • Leaking city water tank needs repairs.
  • Football helps church spread Christian message.
  • Fall illnesses spreading at local schools.
  • Rezoning request heard by council.
  • Ky. Auditor’s race up for grabs.
  • 2015 Relay awards presented; goal, theme set for next year.
  • Music program will put ‘Bluegrass in Schools.'
  • SPORTS: Rockets hope to regain respect.
  • Mexico Baptist Church provides outreaches to its community.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: 85 percent of U.S. fluorspar from county in 1922.