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Although a few changes were made with mask-wearing and social distancing, a tradition in St. Francisville was a success on Monday, Sept. 7. The annual Denison Fire Protection District Labor Day Chowder was available for drive-up bulk purchases. more
SUMNER — The Red Hill Community School District No. 10 released a statement on Sept. 8 stating an individual at Sumner Attendance Center has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. SAC is coordinating with the Lawrence County Health Department to identify and monitor individuals who have had recent contact with the positive individual to prevent further spread within the school and community. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — An accidental shooting in Lawrenceville on Labor Day morning has claimed the life of a young Lawrence County mother. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Local organizers came together on Sept. 6 to hold a “Back the Blue” rally in downtown Lawrenceville on the courthouse square. more
The American Legion Auxiliary Lawrence Unit No. 28 recently made a donation to the American Legion Post No. 28. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Community Unit School District No. 20 superintendent Doug Daugherty addressed parents and guardians of the district in a letter dated Sept. 4 regarding the ongoing problem within the district of students arriving at school while showing symptoms of the COVID-19 virus. more
The American Legion Auxiliary Lawrence Unit No. 28 recently awarded Jayde Seitzinger, Lawrenceville, the Ada Muckelstone scholarship in the amount of $500. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Illinois Department of Public Health is expected to announce on Friday, Sept. 4, that Lawrence County is now at a COVID-19 warning level. more
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today lanes that have been closed for construction will reopen, where possible, for the Labor Day holiday to minimize travel disruption. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville Police Department says one man was injured in a car-motorcycle accident that occurred in the 1500 block of State Street at 4:37 p.m. on Sunday, on Aug. 30. more
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