Wednesday, January 11, 2017

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

Traffic tickets were up, but collisions were down in Crittenden County last year. And that’s no coincidence, according to a Kentucky State Police post commander. In 2016, there were tickets written for 918 moving violations by law enforcement in Crittenden County, according to Circuit Clerk Melissa Guill. That’s more than double the combined total of citations that made their way through the local court system in 2014 and 2015 combined.

For the complete story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press, now on newsstands:
  • Council picks sewer plant site, debates park funding
  • New CHS CEO starts Monday
  • ABOUT TOWN: Questions deserving of real answers
  • Frankfort rushes GOP abortion, labor bills into law
  • Marion native critically hurt in work accident
  • Schools expecting $34,500 refund
  • Bridgeway students affected by weather
  • Beaver Dam rest area shut for period
  • VA field rep alters meeting schedule
  • SPORTS: Moss sprints past coach en route to girls’ record
  • SPORTS: Classic looming, but Trigg rematch is first for Rockets
  • SPORTS: Lady Rockets win 3 straight; among All A favorites
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Diallo not quite ready for NBA, but is UK
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Jan. 3, 2000, tornado devestated Crayne
  • EDITORIAL: Frankfort’s new GOP control off to roaring start
  • LETTERS: Media distrust led to Facebook as news source
  • MY 2¢ WORTH: Sometimes, less really is more
  • COMMENTARY: Local newcomer: Refried beans anyone?
  • COMMENTARY: Commemorative walk rekindles friendship
  • COMMENTARY: Tackle ‘17 one bite at a time
  • BECHLER FROM FRANKFORT: Ky. House wraps up busy first week
  • Guess roast, tribute Saturday at Fohs Hall
  • Public offices, Press close for Monday holiday
  • Bevin site recaps first year’s progress