Wednesday, April 6, 2016

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

Gary Cruce and his sons have at least one detour and quite a few hauling jobs to thank for some of the chrome-laden conversation pieces in their classic car collection. “If I didn’t haul rock, I wouldn’t have anything,” said the local businessman, explaining the quest for and the discovery of several pristine vehicles he’s located through the years.

For more on this story in our special On the Road car care pages and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • PACS driver using own car to deliver meals.
  • GOP town hall April 28.
  • Sheriff offering chance at Gator.
  • 761 killed on Ky. highways in 2015.
  • Bad weather forces down Ill. pilot at Marion airport.
  • Salem teen charged with park vandalism.
  • 2016 graduation schedule OK’d.
  • Conservation awards presented.
  • Stolen Paducah Jeep located locally.
  • Guard offers crash course in core values to CCES.
  • Program to share domestic abuse experience.
  • Local clerk among those who champion Trust for Life, state organ donor program.
  • SPORTS: Former Bobcat on Padres’ opening-day roster.
  • SPORTS: Dugout Club will host 15 exhibition games Apr. 30.
  • OPINION: Masterful hands turn wood to art.
  • Berry to be installed as Salem Postmaster.
  • CCES earns Energy Star recognition.
  • Library offering fine amnesty next week.
  • Salem Garden Club, city hand out 2015 community awards.
  • Crosswalk to present ‘Arts in the Evening’ on April 19.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Native Americans left legacy to county.
  • OPINION: Community can make life better for abused children.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Budget negotiations should come to fruition Tuesday.
  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Pension, higher ed hang-ups on budget.