Wednesday, March 2, 2016

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

Saturday is Kentucky's GOP
Presidential Caucus. Find out
all you need to know in this
week's issue of The Press.
The change to a March presidential caucus in Kentucky has caused consternation for many Republican voters, but according to one local GOP official, it has achieved one of its primary objective – forcing candidates to focus on the commonwealth. “Ben Carson was here (in Kentucky) on Monday, Trump will be here Tuesday and Rubio will be in Lexington Friday,” Fred Stubblefield, vice chairman of Crittenden County Republican Party and chair of the caucus committee, said Monday. “This is good.”

For all you need to know on Saturday's Republican Presidential Caucus in Kentucky as well as more on the headlines below, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Court decision could affect rural water rates.
  • K-garten survey key to planning for district.
  • 3rd time a charm? County applying for boat dock grant.
  • Marion on verge of CeraTech settlement.
  • Tabor wins two editorial awards.
  • Freshman O preps 8th graders.
  • Investors sought for college incentives.
  • Yellow dots saving lives in Ky..
  • MCC offers local classes for builders.
  • Livingston Masons donate bikes.
  • Documenting today: Students asked to describe America with photo.
  • PACS office to host Senior Food Box.
  • EDITORIAL: Election circus coming to town.
  • OPINION: Coal struggles affect everyone.
  • OPINION: Future of country no laughing matter.
  • OPINION: Election highlights lost power of eloquence.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Bills would pay death benefit for firefighters, first responders.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Politics appears at play on budget movement.
  • Brasher honored for Sunday School service.
  • Union County business to employ 30 at Sturgis mill.
  • Trip to grocery offered by senior center.
  • MCC pre-admission for nursing slated.
  • Local youth wins piggy bank contest.
  • Ky. sign-up for Aid now online.
  • LHHS Foundation’s fundraising will help hospital save more lives.
  • CCHS honors February students of the month.
  • PTO helps fund family fitness.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Dycusburg once home to spar loading dock.
  • SPORTS: Lady Rockets runners-up for 2nd straight
  • year in 5th District playoffs.
  • SPORTS: Lady Rockets leave Madisonville loss on mission.
  • SPORTS: Four from Crittenden County named to All-5th District Team.