Wednesday, September 7, 2016

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

Read more in this week's newspaper
about the chaos at last week's home
opener for the Rockets that led to
multiple ejections.
Country stores are gone, post offices have closed and there’s no longer a filling station in any of the county’s rural communities. What some have left to protect and preserve their identities are community fire departments. In the spirit of community pride, Caldwell Springs Volunteer Fire Department has stepped up with a significant plan to bring the former Frances school back to life.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • KHSAA reviewing video from Friday’s football game
  • Conrad’s under new ownership
  • Hospital  CEO let go after 3 years
  • EDITORIAL: Sharing emotions can be valuable part of any 9/11 lesson
  • Chamber, CAF pair for unique Saturday
  • Ky. fifth fattest state in America
  • Final tax rates in county set: What’s your tax burden?
  • License renewals no longer mailed
  • KSP destroy 224 pot plants, charge 4 men
  • Director: Public health departments to get more visibile
  • Local planning for 2017 eclipse at standstill
  • CCES recognizes kindness
  • Whitfield resigns seat before set retirement
  • 3 groups of critical state workers to see raise
  • More families now qualify for child care assistance
  • Caldwell County teen dies in ATV accident
  • Beef Bash in Princeton offers producers valuable information
  • Princeton Pasture to Plate session offering tips on retaining ownership to freezer beef
  • Extension service can provide free soil testing
  • Ky. unemployment insurance surcharge for employers ends
  • SPORTS: KHSAA reviewing video from incident sparked by late hit
  • OUTDOORS: September is quota hunt application month
  • OUTDOORS: Ky. waterfowl blind drawings this month
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Shady Grove community history rich
  • Lola native Williams retires as Norton CEO
  • @ YOUR LIBRARY: Library strives to increase friendships