Wednesday, October 19, 2016

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

Fall Home Improvement
Find 10 pages of tips for homeowners, prospective home
buyers and local stories on two women downsizing their homes
to around 600 square feet of living space.
All inside this week's issue of The Crittenden Press!

After almost five years since dirt was ceremoniously turned on the project, the first layers of asphalt will start being put down today (Thursday) on a relocated U.S. 641 in Crittenden County. With completion of base cement stabilization on grade and drain work for the 5.2-mile corridor, a contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet can now begin the next round of work with placement of base material and base layers of asphalt for a two-lane surface.

For more on this important story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • WMA dedicates 841 new acres
  • Sick girl’s family hosting pulls to aid children’s charities
  • Tolu benefit raises $15K for Perryman baby’s family
  • Several guilty pleas entered in circuit court
  • Grand jury indicts 5 on variety of charges
  • LIHEAP funding slightly altered
  • Dumping no cost Friday, Saturday
  • Corrected county tax bills mailed
  • Eclipse planning committee disbands
  • Outdoor movie playing at park
  • OPINION: Who now owns our FBI, Justice Department?
  • OPINION: Coal miners keeping faith amid adversity
  • Salem’s oldest bank closing, sending longtime employees into retirement
  • KyTC removing all signs in right-of-way
  • State parks offering veterans discounts
  • Drug Take-Back Day slated for Saturday
  • Agent: Scammers busy during holidays
  • Loggers, mills recognized this week
  • Local bee school set for Oct. 29
  • Farmers to benefit from safety-net
  • Corn harvest near end, yield down
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: CCHS’s 1st graduates hold final reunion
  • SPORTS: Rockets post record numbers vs. Pilots
  • SPORTS: Local club hosts Ryder Cup styled competition
  • SPORTS: Rockets announce new hoops coaches
  • SPORTS: Fall sports roundup
  • Backpack benefit big success
  • Fitness Boot Camp teaches importance of active lifestyle
  • 5th graders tour Marion for civics, history lesson that ends at Fohs Hall