Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Crittenden Press now on newsstands

Find CCES Letters to Santa and Christmas
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inside this week's issue of The Crittenden Press
Local authorities are concerned about how brazen some criminals are becoming in Crittenden County and the expanding number of burglaries being reported. Deputy Don Perry said residents should be vigilant and call police as soon as they notice something suspicious in their community. A Frances woman was at home asleep the night of Dec. 15 when intruders entered her home and starting taking items outside. At some point, Deputy Ray Agent believes the burglaries were spooked off, perhaps when the elderly homeowner was awakened.

For more on this and the following stories, pick up the current issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Resources lacking for homeless in county.
  • Find out who’s been decorating all those cedar trees along roads.
  • $50,000 grant for farmers’ market approved.
  • Methodist church offers story behind Christmas Eve communion.
  • Smithland Mayor Ward dies at 70.
  • Lyon County donates to animal shelter.
  • Transmission line for rural water district leaking, slated for repair.
  • Community Christmas helps dozens with contributions from many.
  • Trauma designation paying big dividends for LHHS, community.
  • Find a list of all Christmas and New Years public office closings.
  • City right-of-way adjusted for jail.
  • County gets no bids for snow removal.
  • Get a jump on the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly.
  • Ridley to forego congressional run.
  • KSP ‘SWAT’ team responds to disadvantaged kids.
  • Several local students graduate from WKCTC last week.
  • Schools save enough energy to power home for 16 years.
  • Local grad rate below Kentucky’s.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Marion Christmas parade quite a spectacle, draws estimated 5,000.
  • Christmas by the numbers.
  • Clark hangs up ladle at CCES after 32 years.
  • CCMS learning center 'hopping.'
  • December Rocket Role Models named at CCES.
  • OUTDOORS: Hunter Ed looking for new instructors; Rushing retiring.
  • SPORTS: Rocket girls unload on Cards with district crown in sights.
  • SPORTS: Rocket hopes dashed after leading by 6.
  • SPORTS: Rocket football awards presented.