Wednesday, July 13, 2016

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

When most people think of the local Community Arts Foundation, they think of events from the world of Shakespeare, Rembrandt or Mozart. But this weekend, CAF enters the realm of Julia Child. The first-ever Boot Scootin’ BBQ Competition and Festival is this Saturday, and a handful of 6competitors are poised for a cook-off in pulled pork, ribs and sauce categories. There's also a lot more fun for all ages.

For the rest of this story, a full schedule of festival events and the following stories, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • New Ky. laws go into effect Friday.
  • Schools celebrate Par 4 partnership.
  • County recommended for Work Ready status.
  • Storms leave wake of damage.
  • Sunday fire destroys Shady Grove-area home.
  • County department gets new fire chief.
  • Combs to sing on European tour.
  • Police seek help with tractor stolen from Burna.
  • Bikers raises money for shoes for local kids.
  • Ex-teacher pens illustrated book aimed at youth.
  • Local genealogists uncover reason few smiles seen in old pictures they dig up in research.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Dycusburg a booming river town in 1882.
  • Food preservation workshop July 26-28.
  • Ky. property tax rate stays steady.
  • SPORTS: Marion Swim Team results.
  • Annual study: Kentucky 35th in child well-being.