Wednesday, October 5, 2016

What's news in Crittenden County...

Master Trooper Darron Holliman is a homegrown policeman. He was born and raised in Crittenden County, the son of parents whose families had been here for generations.  He knows the landscape, the backroads and, most importantly, the people. He understands that there are many shades of gray in this world, but Holliman can boil it all down with far greater contrast.

For the rest of this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's edition of The Crittenden Press:
  • Jackson School Road open, Nunn Switch closes
  • Kenergy residential bills to soon climb by about 20 percent
  • Kenergy’s meter swap wrapped up
  • Burna man dies in truck crash on I-57 in Illinois
  • School district holds ‘Proficient’ designation
  • Uphill battle: Plan would put MS/HS campus on high ground
  • State land not likely available to schools for years
  • Voter registration deadline Tuesday
  • IN PICTURES: CCHS Class of 1961 reunion
  • IN PICTURES: CCHS Class of 1962 reunion
  • IN PICTURES: Pumpkin Festival Car Show
  • IN PICTURES: CCES Fall Festival
  • Wreck turns traffic upside down
  • Reward for Hurricane damage
  • Ky. winter wheat yield record
  • Critical Ky. crops fairing well in 2016
  • Farmers can help projects through fund
  • CCEDC to lead Nov. 2 planning
  • LOCAL OPINION: Challenge to all Americans: Either love your country or leave it
  • LOCAL OPINION: Jaw-dropping call good surprise
  • GUEST OPINION: Time to debunk ‘newspapers are dying’ hypothesis
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: In 1931, businesses plan large merchandise event in fall with scores of values
  • Pie, scarecrow winners announced
  • Time to shop! Christmas in Marion is Oct. 15
  • Homemaker week celebrates service, education
  • IN PICTURES: Flag football, soccer, volleyball, little league football
  • SPORTS: Gilchrist’s state golf bid ends tied for 96th
  • SPORTS: Rockets show strength in first district win at Fulton
  • SPORTS: Fall sports roundup
  • OUTDOORS: Youth hunt this weekend, WMA open to young hunters