Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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

Marion city council allocates money for food bank.
See this week's issue of The Crittenden Press for details.
Marion has a curfew, and police are cautioning parents and guardians to understand the consequences of allowing children to roam around unattended throughout town at night and causing problems. Starting immediately, City of Marion Ordinance 136.01 will be enforced to the letter of the law, said Marion Police Chief Ray O’Neal.

For the rest of this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Crosswalk stays despite lost federal funds.
  • Independence Day weekend active one in community.
  • City restores funding to food bank, other entities.
  • OPINION: Local government not our brother’s keeper.
  • Algae affects 3,500-plus rural water users; not hazardous.
  • OPINION: Panel needs to offer true criminal justice reform in Ky.
  • Walking trail to close for repairs.
  • Newcom offers state of the county update.
  • Fair to feature 8 nights of events.
  • IN PICTURES: Church honors local veterans.
  • OPINION: Unshakable is the character of our U.S. military veterans.
  • Crop certification reports due.
  • FSA seeks county committee nominations.
  • IN PICTURES: Youth put their new acting skills to practice.
  • AAA driving course offered July 12 to seniors.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Mormon missionaries visit Crittenden in 1891.
  • The Peoples Bank named Chamber business of the month.
  • IN PICTURES: Youth recreation league team photos.
  • SPORTS: Baseball team distributes awards.
  • SPORTS: Youth compete at football camp.
  • SPORTS: Marion Swim Team results.