Wednesday, October 28, 2015

What's news this week in Crittenden County

A Marion businessman may have helped police solve a spate of burglaries that occurred over the weekend. A local man and teenage woman were in custody Tuesday afternoon and police say the investigation could lead to other arrests.

For the full story, a look at our 10-page special Fall Home Improvement section featuring local DIY project and the following stories, see this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:

  • Domestic dispute leads to shots fired.
  • Halloween: Cemetery stories stand test of time.
  • GOP registrations outpace Democrats.
  • Governor’s race headlines Ky. election.
  • OPINION: Big Bang Theory: Freedom and our right to bear arms.
  • OPINION: Reminiscing reveals generation gap.
  • English addresses Methodists in Spain.
  • September CCES Rocket Role Models.
  • County doing homework on new electrical inspection law.
  • Class of 1963 reunites.
  • Plans continue forward for farmers’ market.
  • Blue Ribbon effort raises $2,000 for city, county police training.
  • Kenergy to seek rate hike; natural gas prices to be down.
  • Burna woman hurt Tuesday in single-vehicle Tolu wreck.
  • Local, state jobless rates continue fall.
  • Detention center stays full of inmates.
  • ‘Ag Tag’ program nets county $1,290.
  • SPORTS: Rockets settle for runnerup in district.
  • OUTDOORS: ‘Rutting’ moon charges hunters.
  • Retired teacher profile: Linda Myrick.