With the purchase of three properties fronting West Bellville Street, the school system has opened up new possibilities for redeveloping the joint middle/high school campus. It has also taken steps toward alleviating both safety and logistical concerns related to accessing the grounds. Last Thursday, Crittenden County Board of Education agreed during a special-called meeting to pay owner William Tabor his asking price of $69,900...
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- Gilkey to head CCES
- Council debates Marion’s substandard housing crisis
- MY 2¢ WORTH: City housing, future condemned?
- County, city populations in steady decline
- Local BBQ competition returns July 15
- Road weight limits again discussed by magistrates
- Cozart billed by ‘Today’ as ‘phenomenal father’
- Cumberland River Homes adding to Salem facility
- Woman, 52, dies in crash last week
- Kentucky 34th in child well-being
- FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Commissioner tours 1879 county schools
- Baseball Legacy: Pros with local ties
- Crittenden teachers honored at Campbellsville ceremony
- City cracking down on water thieves who damage meters