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15 Years

October 23, 1997
Mary Lou Stamper of Dry Ridge won a Carribean cruise and Dana Roland of Demossville won the $1,000 checking account, heading a long list of prize winners at the grand opening of Farmers National Bank renovated banking facility. FNB President, Phillip Turner, will be delivering the prizes.

Craig Hammons, Jeffrey Colson and Terry Jackson, now freshmen at the Grant County High School, participated in a new creative program in which only three students achieve top honors.  The poems written by each student will be published in the hard-bound edition of Teachers Selections: Anthology of Eighth Grade Poetry.  
25 Years
October 22, 1987
The Crittenden City Council met and held the first reading of an ordinance allowing Grant County Planning and Commission to establish fees for zoning services. The city decided to review the contract and support county planning and zoning after the Grant County Fiscal Court said it was having problems funding the planning commission.
The first female arson investigator in Kentucky was appointed to the Kentucky State Police and will be working in Grant County and nine other surrounding counties. Kim Trimble, 22, is a 1987 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. Originally from Greensburg, Trimble will be moving to Williamstown soon.

50 Years
October 26, 1962
The Southern Railway is installing a 250-foot microwave tower to be used for more powerful radio communications. It is located at the site of the old water tank south of the railroad station. Towers will be erected on all Southern lines and will eventually do away with telegraph and telephone lines, a railroad representative said.
A new store, owned and operated by Nannie Webster, will open in Crittenden on Thursday, Nov. 1, 1962.
Webster will handle general merchandise, dry goods and clothing in the same location formerly occupied by Turpin Hardware. The building has been redecorated.