Wednesday, August 9, 2017

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

Work to repair Country Club Drive in Marion continues.

Only a week after a controversial move to dead-end a critical city street, Marion City Council reversed course. On Tuesday, council members voted  4-2 to keep Country Club Drive a through street once repairs are completed at section where the pavement is failing. For more than an hour, councilmen Darrin Tabor and Donnie Arflack led a spirited debate to keep the street closed...

For the full story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Petition to recall school tax OK’d
  • Glenn’s on Main gets new, local ownership
  • With eclipse just days away, prep key to enjoying
  • Eclipse, Kelly ‘Little Green Men’ incident have local connection
  • Airport expecting eclipse influx
  • Second person charged in 2016 McDonald’s burglary
  • MY 2¢ WORTH: Foresight immeasurable gift
  • SUPER NEWS: School year great time to #bethedifference
  • JUDGE'S JOURNAL: County website will help offer transparency, information
  • IN PICTURES: Scenes from the county fair
  • Crittenden County Fair 4-H Winners
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Willis teaching hoops to his ancestral roots
  • SPORTS: Golfers clip Livingston to gear up for All A Classic
  • SPORTS: Yancy etches name in KHSAA baseball recordbook
  • Originally a public restroom for women, Woman’s Club marking its 97th year
  • DEFEW'S VIEWS: Worm’s life cycle affects catalpa tree
  • Crider attends WKU academic camp
  • Students at middle, high schools to get early starts
  • Ky. organ donor program 25 years old
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Blackford Camp Meetings stirred soul, community
  • Road sign theft continues to grow