Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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

Zero-burn order enacted
They’re not likely to land a Hollywood casting call or need an agent, but a trio of unlikely participants in local theater defies common perceptions about the dramatic arts. On the surface, Mike Crabtree, Todd Riley and Frank Pierce might seem a bit out of character performing under a spotlight on stage.

For the rest of this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Drought conditions lead to countywide burn ban
  • KU seeking rate increase for upgrades
  • Fake $20 bills passed locally
  • Man, 38, pleads guilty to child porn charges
  • Grand jury indicts 9 last week
  • Detention center taking in about $30,000 extra
  • Community honors Korean War vets, dedicates memorial cross
  • Legion hosts Veterans Day service
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Community news records history of communities
  • Chamber urging city holiday spree
  • Christmas angel trees up Friday
  • Church offering free holiday meal
  • OPINION: Electoral College worth keeping
  • OPINION: 3 ‘V’s of America: Vets, voters, vision
  • OPINION: America too new to understand consequences of presidential elections
  • OPINION: Election 2016 results: How, why God put Trump in oval office
  • Ky. grocery prices fall
  • Bible-based, 12-step program offers healing for participants
  • 4-H organization thankful for volunteers
  • Dine In Dec. 3 promotes family time at the table
  • Ky. set for record soybean harvest
  • CCES Rocket Role Models NAMED
  • SPORTS: Epic meltdown scuttles Rockets playoff run
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Hardin expected to be star for UK women
  • OUTDOORS: Supermoon affects hunting
  • OUTDOORS: Dry weather may not impact waterfowl hunters
  • Smithland bridge plans revealed
  • September jobless rate up in county