Wednesday, December 9, 2015

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

"Uncle Myron's Christmas Review" debuts Saturday at Fohs Hall
If Fohs Hall Community Arts Foundation’s Christmas play “Uncle Myron’s Christmas Review” isn’t enough to put you in the holiday spirit, then certainly the story of one of its main characters will do the trick. Paul Combs, the 11-year-old son of Rev. David Combs and his wife Becky, will play the part of Alex, patriarch of a contemporary family struggling with the expectations and difficult emotions that Christmas can sometimes present.

For more on this and following stories, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Jail gets approval from Frankfort to expand.
  • Arflack gives up role of county fire chief.
  • Stage presents: Young actor’s cancer struggle not enough to spoil Christmas.
  • Heart and sole: Magistrates statewide donate shoes to Crittenden students.
  • Easley earns all 138 Scout merit badges.
  • Rep. Bechler files for 3rd term.
  • Bevin inaugurated Kentucky governor Tuesday.
  • Winders performs at annual KFB meeting.
  • CCMS Speech Team moves on to state.
  • Is your child listed? CCHS K-PREP awards.
  • Burglars steal 2015 UTV, guns from lodge.
  • Fire heavily damages trailer on Brookcliff Street.
  • Police offering home medical boxes for free.
  • Salem’s Christmas parade Saturday.
  • Shopko donates $1 per signature to county schools.
  • Jobless rate falls to 4 percent.
  • General Baptist pastor has challenging start.
  • Emmanuel Baptist Church celebrates golden history.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: County once ‘honeycombed’ with mineral springs.
  • SPORTS: Lady Rockets out of chute with 3 straight.
  • SPORTS: Alumni lining up for hoops action.
  • SPORTS: Commission wants to limit Big Rivers deer hunting.