Wednesday, September 14, 2016

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

Inside this week's issue of The Crittenden Press, find out why
Rockets Coach Al Starnes is sharing this hug with a Special Olympian
at last week's football contest with Caldwell County.
A Crittenden County grand jury indicted Mark Bryant, the former Marion City Administrator, last week on all of the charges he was facing following his August arrest. Bryant is free on bond and now facing felony indictments for tampering with physical evidence, first-degree promoting contraband and trafficking in synthetic drugs.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Library seeking grant for $2.5 million expansion
  • Collection, raffles benefit food bank
  • Judge: Insufficient evidence to revoke probation of felon charged with sexual assault, bond set
  • Lacy named grand marshal of homecoming parade, homecoming attendants announced
  • ‘Smoke’ could be start of budding relationship for CAF, Playhouse
  • 4-H youth mow down competition
  • Ex-SEAL remembers local man during high-level weapons class
  • Rep. Bechler wants election security assured
  • 6 on presidential ballot in Ky.
  • Ky. on trend for all-time bean harvest
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: J.H. Stone remembers childhood in Tolu
  • Bill would offer VFW property tax exemption
  • Victory Gardens done for summer
  • Circuit clerk plans to adjust Saturday hours starting January
  • Kentucky ranks fifth in soft drink consumption
  • Ky. grocery prices up slightly in Q2
  • Gov. Bevin honored as Christian Statesman
  • Yearly yard sale offers 200 miles of bargains
  • SPORTS: Gilchrist 15th in state tournament
  • SPORTS: Rockets hope Webster solves early ailments
  • SPORTS: Fall sports roundup