Wednesday, January 27, 2016

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

Local community showing support for
Marion barber battling health problems
through hats and social media.
Freedom Waste Service, the company that has a non-exclusive franchise contract to provide residential roadside garbage pick-up in the county, has been approved to change its rate and service structure starting this spring.

For more on this and the following headlines, pick up this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Community tips hat to ailing man with social media.
  • 62 names invalid on alcohol petition.
  • ALCOHOL REFERENDUM: Read letters to the editor both for and against proposed alcohol sales in Marion.
  • How will governor's proposed budget affect Crittenden County?
  • Snow day instruction alternative considered.
  • County looks to reconcile roads list with state.
  • Rocket Docket propels savings, speeds judicial process.
  • Comer congressional campaign stops in Marion.
  • Bechler running unopposed for House seat.
  • Plan would raze blighted houses, place mobile homes.
  • Facebook helps woman stuck in snow get rescued.
  • Study: Crittenden 8th best county in commonwealth to own home.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Pro-life, domestic violence bills taken up by Ky. representatives.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Senate bill targets habitual drunken drivers.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: 1911 Vital Statistics reflect health of county.
  • Crochet Corner donating to nursing home.
  • HONOR ROLL: 2nd nine weeks CCES A's and B's
  • Average price of groceries in Ky. falls to close 2015.
  • McKenzie gives hoot about library, donates carved owl.
  • "The Voice" OKs local singers for online.
  • January among coldest in last 5 years.
  • SPORTS: Lyon spoils Lady Rockets’ hopes of Classic title berth.
  • SPORTS: Rockets would share third seed with win at Livingston.