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inside this week's issue.
For more on U.S. 641 and the following stories, pick up today's issue of the week's The Crittenden Press, available on newsstands as usual despite the snow:
- Development of Paddy’s Bluff replaced by conservation project.
- Grand jury indicts 4.
- Country club burglar enters plea in court.
- Jurors recommend pay increase for jail staff.
- As local option looms, DUIs up in city, county.
- Obama, presidential caucus move Kentucky voters right.
- Blue Knights host regionals, close in on state.
- Livingston teens killed in wreck.
- NPR story tells of local decline of coal mining.
- Guess, Allen trying out for ‘The Voice’.
- 2015 Ky. soybean production up.
- ‘Mad Men’ among new library DVDs.
- Woman’s Club of Marion hosts homeschooling presentation.
- SPORTS: Lady Rockets' second half grabs first-class ticket to All A semis.
- SPORTS: Rockets blast Livingston with pesky defense, patient offense.
- OUTDOORS: Record deer harvest here.
- OUTDOORS: Coyote contest coming.
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Grandparents: Fond memories recalled.
- RELIGIOUS VIEWS: Alcohol referendum: Serpent, adder strike again.
- PASTOR'S PEN: Reclaiming words of Dr. King: Character, not color.
- INSIDE FRANKFORT: Prevailing wage legislation clears Senate.
- INSIDE FRANKFORT: Expungement bill falls short of addressing all issues.
- FAMILY FUNDAMENTALS: Images in news can disturb children.
U.S. 641 meeting Tuesday in Marion. Find more photos
of the U.S. 641 relocation project by clicking here.