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New surgeon to start at LCMH
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrence County Memorial Hospital has been withstanding difficult financial times. From month to month, the deficits have been taking their toll. A 20 percent decrease in cash flow during the month of August was a notable indication of the spiraling downturn of revenues as presented to the LCMH Board during its Tuesday meeting.

Local man jailed on weapons charge
LAWRENCEVILLE - A Saturday evening traffic accident led to the arrest of a Lawrenceville man on weapons and other charges, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department.
St. Francisville council rejects water well bids
SAINT FRANCISVILLE - The observance of Halloween with fundraising fun in the village of St. Francisville has led to more efforts to ensure that Christmas will be another holiday to remember.
Veterans honored with ceremony
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrence Countians gathered on the lawn of the Lawrence County Courthouse Sunday for an annual Veterans Day program.

In the 11 a.m. gathering, a new monument to all war veterans was dedicated.
Access limited to some local businesses
LAWRENCEVILLE - It's still possible to buy an auto part, or get a haircut, or renew your driver's license in north Lawrenceville, but it's not as convenient as it once was.

Bridgeport man charged with DUI after Sunday wreck
LAWRENCEVILLE - A Bridgeport man was released from Lawrence County Jail on bond Sunday, after a morning traffic accident in Bridgeport resulted in his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident.
County board gives tentative approval to budget
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County board gave tentative approval to the 2019 fiscal year budget at Wednesday's regular monthly meeting.
Lawrence Countian celebrates ups and downs of 90 years of living
SUMNER - When a birthday rolls around, it can be a time of reminiscing. For Lawrenceville resident Bob Eagleson, who turns 90 years of age today, those years have many memories to choose from - both the good and the bad.
St. Francisville hopes to host 'Haunted Trails'
SAINT FRANCISVILLE - The village of St. Francisville is hoping to bring back another community event for the Halloween season.
Citizens complain about trash pickup
SUMNER - One of the first orders of business during the Sumner City Council meeting Tuesday night was to address complaints with the trash service being provided by Atkins Sanitation in the city. Owner of the business, Chanc Atkins was present at the meeting to answer councilmen's questions.
Mental health agency closing
LAWRENCEVILLE - A mental health organization that has for decades provided clinical services to residents in five southern Illinois communities, including Lawrenceville, is closing its doors.


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