Wednesday, April 5, 2017

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

We remember those who gave their
lives in First World War.
Another public meeting on a proposed school tax has been scheduled for later this month. The forum is slated for 5 p.m. April 20, prior to the next meeting of Crittenden County Board of Education. The board will be hosting the two inside the building they want to replace, Crittenden County Middle School. Both the forum and the meeting will be held inside the school’s library.

For the full story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Board of ed seat could be filled by next meeting
  • WORLD WAR I CENTENNIAL: County pitched in to help win war
  • WORLD WAR I CENTENNIAL: 27 Crittenden Countians gave lives in war
  • WORLD WAR I CENTENNIAL: Crittenden County men killed during The Great War
  • County Democrats reorganizing party
  • Brush dump limited after abuse
  • Health department offers school nurses
  • Library director releases 1st novel
  • Library marks Easter, Library Week with film, more
  • Christian TV evangelist in Marion Easter
  • MY 2¢ WORTH: A few tips for soon-to-be graduates
  • Social media lands Singleton boys gigs
  • Crittenden graduate promoted to Army major
  • LEGISLATIVE REVIEW: Dual credit scholarship bill made better
  • LEGISLATIVE REVIEW: Legislative work in Frankfort done for 2017...almost
  • Ed reform caps off 2017 state lawmaking
  • Burna solar panel will join grid
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Ohio basketball star turns to UK gridiron
  • SPORTS: CCHS Track & Field Results
  • SPORTS: Final 2016-17 Lady Rockets stats
  • SPORTS: Rain, struggles follow Rockets to Florida
  • SPORTS: Lady Rockets fall to No. 24 Union County
  • Blue Knights end season at state
  • Enrichment classes listed for Community Christmas program
  • Youths win local contest
  • Moore’s reunion Saturday
  • Club learns how to help children
  • Local 4-Hers attend Teen Summit
  • CCES February Rocket Role Models
  • Students learn how America does business