Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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

Kelsey Lucas
Because she’s defied odds that were stacked against her, Crittenden County senior Kelsey Lucas will be among a host of student-athletes honored Thursday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium where the voice of the Kentucky Wildcats, Tom Leach, will unveil his Kentucky All-Resilient Team.

For the rest of this story and the following headlines, see this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Final school day moved to May 26.
  • Police still looking for armed McDonald’s bandit.
  • Veterans organization disbanding after 92 years.
  • Cruce closing Just-A-Bug’r Sunday after years as local restauranteur.
  • 1st-ever family fair offers parents, youth insight to critical services.
  • Bechler heads to RNC convention.
  • OPINION: Two-letter word has ups, downs.
  • OPINION: Truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God.
  • School district has greenest fleet in Ky.
  • IN PICTURES: Scenes from last week's Backroads Festival.
  • Reality store teaches teens about budget choices.
  • Winters recognized with 4th ROCKET WAY award.
  • Riverview Park now more kid-friendly.
  • Local scholarship open to 4-H youth.
  • Jobless rate ticks up in March in Crittenden, 64 other Ky. counties.
  • IN PICTURES: Students return from trips to Europe, D.C.
  • Stallions party of U.S. Navy’s elite submariner force.
  • 10 firsts awarded to locals for art.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Future for county looked bright in 1901.
  • Chapel Hill seeks emergency funds.
  • Fohs offering scholarships for higher ed.
  • Crittenden Grand Jury indicts on auto theft, drugs, cold checks.
  • SPORTS: High school diamond roundup.
  • SPORTS: High school track and field results.
  • SPORTS: Caldwell, Crittenden, Dawson, Lyon Youth Baseball & Softball Leagues page returns for spring, summer.