Wednesday, December 21, 2016

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Keeping a close eye for any unauthorized spending or improprieties, the accountant auditing the City of Marion’s 2015-16 financials found nothing to warrant any red flags in former City Administrator Mark Bryant’s last fiscal year in the post. He did find, however, that the city’s financial condition has seen better days.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick the last issue of The Crittenden Press in 2016:
  • CCEDC OKs land option for sewer plant
  • School facilities plan OK’d by board
  • County skips request from city to pay for sewer fix at jail
  • First Newsmaker Tribute to roast Guess in January
  • Board adjusts 2017 fall break
  • Saturday wrecks injure 3 Crittenden residents
  • Parole denied for Davenport
  • Community Christmas wraps up 2016
  • Ky. unemployment rate at 4.8 percent
  • Ridley head of Democratic Caucus
  • County voters still seeing red
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: ‘96 champs subject of documentary
  • SPORTS: Rockets seek Christmas cheer
  • SPORTS: Crittenden girls get extra in front court at Livingston
  • SPORTS: Moss will play 2 sports at Owensboro
  • SPORTS: Brescia softball coach says Beverly has great potential for infielder’s role
  • Students prepare brunch, Dine-In with Homemakers
  • Blue Knights battle in home tournament
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Marion native considered for President
  • MY 2¢ WORTH: Special friendships can make life seem better
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