Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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

Larry Maness (right) is having his Dodge Demon restored by
a reality show and will be giving the muscle car to his grandson.

Read the full story in this week's issue of The Crittenden Press.

Every student in Crittenden County will eat for free from the cafeteria in 2016-17. The school system got word last week it was approved for the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) that will save families hundreds of dollars a year. Superintendent of Schools Vince Clark announced at the July 19 board of education meeting that Crittenden County Schools became one of the latest high poverty districts in Kentucky to be able to offer free breakfast and lunch to all 1,300 or so children headed back to the classroom Aug. 10.

For more on this story, an entire back-to-school section and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • County fair starts Thursday.
  • Reality show restoring local Dodge for project.
  • Filing deadline for city council, school board hopefuls near.
  • Magistrates taking close look at local road system.
  • Magistrates growing increasingly road weary.
  • Road damage could affect busing routes.
  • Ky. 365, U.S. 641 to get new pavement.
  • Marion's new outdoor market named, should open in August.
  • Fed: Ky. water systems get clean bill of health.
  • 2 Livingston teens face felony charges.
  • Morganfield police chief resigns post.
  • Latest Ky. jobless rate at 5 percent.
  • Aviation commish wants to see airport’s runway extended.
  • Report: CCEDC’s bottom line shows improvement.
  • Yarbrough head of all superintendents.
  • Woman’s Club plans fundraisers, events.
  • Dobyns new minister of Marion Christian Church.
  • Back to school time ideal to begin 4-H.
  • OPINION: Big difference in Democrats then, now.
  • GUEST EDITORIAL: Free meal program at schools should be preserved as it is.
  • Future of gas prices likely to see drop.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Annuals help recall Tolu High School Class of ‘49.
  • OUTDOORS: Hunters will see big moves for September geese, woodcock later in fall.
  • Fredonia Lions Club festival Aug. 13.