Wednesday, November 18, 2015

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

After more than a year of negotiations, Crittenden Health Systems (CHS) has signed a contract to turn operation and management of the local ambulance service over to health care giant Baptist Health of Louisville. The ambulance service will be directly managed by Baptist Health Madisonville.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Dunbars bring home adopted daughter after several hurdles.
  • Marion alcohol petition still out.
  • County rates low for child well-being.
  • Man seriously hurt in deer crash.
  • Stevens of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ duo sentenced.
  • Pair of married couples indicted.
  • IN PICTURES: Veterans Day 2015.
  • Grant for Riverview boat dock denied.
  • $20,000 in guns, items stolen in Livingston.
  • Magistrates okay proposal to install energy-saving device at Crittenden Detention Center.
  • Speed bump would keep Carlisle safer.
  • Measure would set electrical inspection amounts.
  • City, county make board appointments.
  • Ford honored by firefighters.
  • Churches lead way in Thanksgiving meals, services.
  • 43 million to take to road over holiday; traffic enforcement stepped up to cope.
  • Most public offices to take two days off for Thanksgiving.
  • Rescue squad chief concerned over plans to convert headquarters to jail.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Marion’s early days hosted important events.
  • DEER SEASON: See who bagged a deer over opening weekend.
  • SPORTS: Alumni hoops showdown Jan. 6.
  • SPORTS: Rocket season ends at Bethlehem.