Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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

Friday brings graduation, honor
for Distinguished Alumni
Folks who frequent the Crittenden County Senior Citizens Center are not surprised the facility was just named the best in a nine-county Pennyrile region. This is the first time the center has been recognized as such...

For the rest of the story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Four Distinguished Alumni to be honored Friday.
  • CCMS SBDM taps new principal.
  • Baker, Hollis tops among 82 graduates.
  • FALLEN HEROES: Pay your respects to the faces and names who gave all.
  • EDITORIAL: Memorial Day begs that we pay honor to our fallen heroes.
  • OPINION: It would be shame to forget Memorial Day
  • Fallen Ky. law enforcement officers remembered in annual ceremony.
  • Siemens recognized for safety.
  • CCES screenings slated for Tuesday.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Remembering our heroes.
  • Farmers Bank starts renovation project.
  • Kentucky jobless rate falls to 5.3 percent last month.
  • Waste tire collection slated for next month.
  • Types O negative and positive blood needed.
  • Ky. 453 shut down for summer repairs.
  • Plans for 2017 solar eclipse event ongoing.
  • Kenergy finds new nonprofit to help low-income members.
  • Take a walk through Fredonia’s past.
  • SPORTS: Rockets suprise District 5 with post-season life.
  • SPORTS: 4 more earn state berth in track.
  • SPORTS: Crittenden girls make early exit from Fifth.
  • SPORTS: Track and field awards announced.