Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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

Election HQ
Get ready for the Nov. 8 election, from President to Marion City Council, with this week's newspaper. Coverage includes a Q&A with all 11 city council candidates and the following headlines:
  • Crowded Marion council field highlights downticket balloting
  • Election workers on front lines of keeping democracy working
  • County’s registration swings by 1,000
  • ‘Rigged’ election no worry locally
  • Voter 411: Answering the 5 Ws (and 1 H) of voting
  • 20 write-ins crowd field on Ky.’s presidential ballot
Find all this and the following headlines in this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Marion courts new city administrator
  • Officials: Avoid outdoor burning
  • CCES thanks bus drivers
  • County jail numbers up to 200 inmates
  • OUTDOORS: Early returns from 2016-17 deer season reflect hunters’ struggles
  • Dry conditions hurting pastures
  • Chess team starts season with big wins
  • Ky. jobless rate creeps up to 5 percent
  • Ky. denied REAL ID compliance extension
  • Library hosts opens house
  • O’Neal completes dispatcher training
  • Students invited to enter art contest
  • Bechler announces funds for Trilogy
  • MAPP board adds Par 4’s president
  • SPORTS: Fulton County pulls out, Rockets idle until playoffs
  • SPORTS: Panthers take crown again
  • SPORTS: Second graders put on tackle gear for first time
  • SPORTS: Fredonia/Lyon captures first Heritage Cup title
  • DEFEW'S VIEWS: Science of apparitions adds to curiosity
  • Pillow project benefits patients
  • Backyard adventures topic of writing contest
  • Marion woman in WKCTC’s honor society
  • Caldwell Springs FD seeks donations for bricks from old Frances School
  • KET crew coming to Marion next week to film segment with Wheelers on East Carlisle