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For more on this story and the following headlines, see this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
- U.S. 641 hopes high with installation of Republican governor next week.
- MPD investigating burglary at Eagles Club building.
- Outreach meeting to give small area farmers answers to variety of questions.
- HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS: A list of Christmas event in the community.
- Visitation at jail goes digital, improving safety, finances.
- Outlaw country’s Ridin’ Shotgun to ring in new year at country club.
- ABOUT TOWN: Research: Generations growing unhappier.
- Shelter celebrates anniversary with half-price pet adoptions.
- Crittenden County Senior Center has busy December planned.
- Dozens of middle-schoolers recognized for individual performance on K-PREP.
- Top coloring CCES students recognized.
- Cookie Walk to benefit Free Clinic.
- Saturday 5K run to benefit Relay.
- SPORTS: False Start: Hoops finally under way.
- SPORTS: Starnes named 1st District Class A Coach of the Year.
- City forgoes grant app for dispatching.
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: McDonald drive behind construction of new high school, gym in 1950s.
- Business planned for Watson Street.
- Emmanuel Baptist celebrating 50th anniversary.
- OUTDOORS: Farmer retiring Dec. 31 as host of Kentucky Afield.