Wednesday, February 22, 2017

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

Marion Mayor Mickey Alexander is greeted by Councilwoman D'Anna Sallin Monday
evening following the mayor's final meeting as head of city government.
Crittenden is a dry county and local leaders are making sure restaurants and other public establishments understand the letter of the law. Earlier this month, County Attorney Rebecca Johnson mailed about two dozen letters to local businesses and other public facility managers outlining details related to the prohibition of alcohol in a dry option county such as this one.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Marion Mayor resigns post, plus mayoral history and resignation statement
  • Income survey could save city $1 million
  • Bellville stoplight adjustment sought
  • Marion City Council addresses myriad issues
  • City revolving loan fund appointments chosen
  • Officials vow to eradicate pestilence
  • Marion man dies in Princeton crash
  • Telephone audit could save county thousands
  • Illness half fills hospital, empties schools
  • School calendar may be pushed to May 16
  • LEGISLATIVE REVIEW: Bike helmet bill overreach
  • LEGISLATIVE REVIEW: Bill doubles political gift limits
  • Ky. grocery costs falling
  • Distinguished Alumni nomination period open
  • CCHS photo project asks juniors to define world with image
  • Emergency managers preparing for eclipse
  • Pest control, wheat schools open to farmers
  • WEVV to carry Crittenden weather data
  • Local gardening program March 4
  • SPORTS: Unsatisifed, Lady Rockets want district crown
  • SPORTS: Towery gets 20 in loss
  • SPORTS: Crittenden splits with Campbell to close out regular season
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Alexander a four-star recruit for Calipari
  • Fredonia auto salvage offers inventory of its parts online
  • Meacham Hams now closed
  • Talents of an interesting life emerge during Marion visit
  • Kentucky colleges release dean’s lists
  • Main Street programs Travis among put $109M in towns
  • Workplace labor posters available free
  • AG Beasher seeks faith-based scam busters
  • FELTY YODER: From his heavenly throne, Jesus still building ministry