...from Saturday's Crittenden-Livingston alumni basketball game
can be found inside this week's issue of The Crittenden Press
David Brown purchased his Powerball ticket Monday morning at Food Giant. He doesn’t always play the multi-state lottery game, but “when it gets to $1.3 billion, I do,” he said. Because millions of people like Brown across the U.S. had their eyes set on the record-breaking winnings, the estimated jackpot continued to grow up until the drawing at 10 p.m. Wednesday. Other Kentucky Lottery outlets in Marion – Five Star Food Mart, Ideal Market and Marion Discount Tobacco – stayed busy printing tickets this week.
For more on this and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
- Agencies realigning local law enforcement.
- Local ag property values to increase.
- Tentative date for set for alcohol vote.
- ‘Pink ladies’ volunteer services at CHS.
- INSIDE FRANKFORT: Education bill top Senate priority.
- INSIDE FRANKFORT: Pro-life, pro-choice bills filed in House.
- LETTERS: Writers share views for, against alcohol referendum.
- Free clinic offers service to Crittenden Countians.
- Mediacom charge for local programming to increase.
- Mediacom offering GOP debate to all customers; Ky. caucus 7 weeks away.
- Crisis heating assistance available locally.
- Chief says Sheridan Fire now in compliance.
- Knights miss crown, but collect hardware.
- Scour a scourge on cattle farms.
- Beekeeping school set for Henderson.
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Downtown Marion grows after Civil War.
- DEFEW'S VIEWS: ‘09 ice storm sent everyone back to basics.
- SPORTS: Crittenden, 2 others refuse to play Class A.
- SPORTS: Rockets get first win in season’s 15th.
- SPORTS: Lady Rockets explode to snap 6-game skid.
- OUTDOORS: Whitetail harvest booming in Kentucky, county.