|Finds lots more pictures of Graduation 2016 in this week's newspaper.|
Responding to a large number of complaints by park-goers, Marion-Crittenden County Park Board is initiating a plan to make the public facility smoke-free. During its regular meeting last week, the six-member park board decided to immediately post “no smoking” signs on fences at ball fields and to ask local governments to codify the rule by ordinance.
For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
- Relay for Life Friday at park.
- National bicycle route officially marked through county.
- IN PICTURES: Graduation 2016.
- IN PICTURES: Distinguished Alumni honored.
- Scholarships aid dozens of graduates.
- Tire collection Friday, Saturday.
- Farmers encouraged to aid food banks.
- Local reservist baking up ideas for unit reunion.
- Summer meals offered free to children.
- Free summer program offers virtual travel.
- CCMS teacher Bryant honored.
- County honors ultimate sacrifice paid for freedom.
- IN PICTURES: School’s out for summer!
- Military history class experiences array of firearms.
- WKCTC names 2016 grads.
- Jobless rate falls in county.
- 16 locals to compete in Special Olympics this weekend at EKU.
- Ky. joins lawsuit over fed’s transgender edict.
- SPORTS: CCDL standings, scores.
- SPORTS: Lucas finishes 6th in state’s 3,200 meters; 11th in one-mile run.
- SPORTS: No regional Rocket surprise.
- SPORTS: All 5th District selections made.