Wednesday, January 10, 2018

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

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After several months of debate, a reversed decision to close the street  and $100,000 in repairs and an ongoing need for more, Marion City Council is looking at an end to commercial traffic to prolong the life of County Club Drive.

For the complete story and the following headlines, grab a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Deep freeze plays havoc with city’s water distribution lines
  • State pension woes may lead to city, county service cuts
  • ABOUT TOWN: Isolation becoming burden for community
  • Coyote DNA sought for species expansion study
  • Bill would piggyback gubernatorial polling
  • Marion attorney opening own office
  • Attorney’s new office necessitates counseling center move to Ed-Tech
  • SENATE LEGISLATIVE LOOK: ‘Dire’ pension situation no time for partisanship
  • HOUSE LEGISLATIVE LOOK: Pension crisis affects all
  • Electric utility fined $20,000 for fatal 2016 safety violations
  • Comer in, Gaskins out in 1st District congressional race
  • Caldwell pursuit leads to DUI, other charges filed against Fredonia man
  • KU seeks OK to make smart meters standard
  • Crittenden County man headed
  • overseas with Ky. Guard unit
  • Bitter cold may qualify ag losses for FSA help
  • Woman’s Club 2018 youth short story, poetry contest deadline set for Jan. 26
  • SPORTS: Tall orders await CCHS in All A
  • SPORTS: Rocket coach feels better after film review
  • SPORTS: Roller coaster ride adds uncertainty to girls' season
  • SPORTS: Cardinals caravan coming to Paducah, Evansville
  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Father hopes UK fans will remember Barker's team loyalty
  • Burna Legion honors Pecks, Gibsons for 2017
  • Atmos replacing lines on 641
  • Paducah Kmart shuts doors in April
  • Highs and lows: 2017 weather almanac
  • Compare 2017 Marion Police activity to 2016
  • Study: State losing residents
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: 1948 in review reveals war, sports news
  • Chamber breakfast scheduled for Jan. 19
  • Local jobless rate up from November 2016