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Home & Garden section
For the rest of this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
- Dycusburg man charged with entering home, shooting pet.
- Conger to open new Marion restaurant.
- Victory Gardens continue expansion with berries.
- Community service recognized with Chamber’s annual awards.
- CCMS principal search starting.
- Tumblers earn 7 firsts at state.
- Community Christmas classes for May slated.
- Woman wins $45,000 on lottery scratch-off.
- CCHS seniors declare their post-graduation plans.
- City’s 2015 water quality report good.
- Small quake hits area early Sunday.
- 8 CCHS students earn college credit through AP tests.
- College diplomas delivered in May.
- Dental program offers Big Smiles.
- Slots open for senior food program.
- Senior center offering trips to Princeton, local Amish community.
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: 1921 fire destroys big portion of Marion.
- Kentucky seizing upon religious tourism opportunities within state.
- IN PICTURES: CCES Arts Extravaganza.
- SPORTS: High school diamond sports roundup.
- SPORTS: High school track and field roundup.
Spring Home & Garden section headlines:
- Tabors’ TLC overcomes challenges .city’s oldest house offered.
- Haires Masters of lost gardening art.
- Much to consider when buying carpet.
- Old wood can add new appeal around home.
- Spider ID chart for common Kentucky species.
- Beetlemania: Introduced for pest control, Asian lady beetle a nuisance.
- AC requires summer prep in spring to run efficiently.
- Home renovation projects don’t have to break bank.
- U.S basement remodels hot.
- Remodel survey reveals today’s popular projects.
- Midrange remodels offer best resale improvement.
- Downsizing can simplify life for older adults at right time.
- New features safen homes for seniors.
- Low rates driving home sales,.
- Millennials to shape housing preferences...once they start buying.
- Frugal landscaping saves budget, yard.
- Trees need annual care, too.