Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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

Woman's Club honors unsung matriarchs of community

If all goes as planned, there will be at least one layer of asphalt on the new U.S. 641 highway between Marion and Fredonia sometime in November. At least that is what the top District 1 highway engineer from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet told a group of Crittenden County economic development leaders Monday.

For this complete story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Festival booth offers ‘Damsel in Defense’ tips for all women
  • Full schedule of Pumpkin Festival events
  • Nunn Switch closing for repairs
  • OPINION: Courtroom one of last bastions of decorum
  • OPINION: America: Can we keep what thousands died for?
  • Former miner turns to pasta for career move
  • Blood drive will help high school
  • IN PICTURES: CCES August Rocket Role Models
  • IN PICTURES: CCHS Class of 1952 reunion
  • IN PICTURES: CCHS Class of 1956 reunion
  • Called-in threat to ‘blow up’ courthouses in Crittenden, Caldwell clears buildings
  • IN PICTURES: Frances festival
  • Bluegrass festival has plenty local connections
  • 1st responders honored
  • Fall burning limits start Sunday
  • SBA offers aid to some affected by summer storms
  • Band tuned up for rest of season
  • Critical crops fairing as September ends
  • Motorcycle wreck hurts 1 on U.S. 60
  • J-E’s daughter hurt last week in wreck
  • County unemployment up, Ky. jobless rate below 5 percent
  • Local flu clinics set for October
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: County full of nature’s wonders, beauty
  • Caldwell historical society to meet Oct. 6 at Princeton library
  • Kentucky’s Southern Baptists are putting more than ever in plates
  • DEFEW'S VIEWS: Pickin’ pawpaws worth effot
  • School district employees honored as Rocket Way recipients
  • Myers earns KSP recognition