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IDC hopes LOIS will draw new businesses
LAWRENCEVILLE - Should a new business want to locate to Lawrence County there is no shortage of available, quality, space along with some good incentives.

Brian challenging Hutchinson to be Sumner Mayor
It's given that there will be a new mayor in St. Francisville and that there will not be one in Russellville, while in Sumner that question remains up in the air as we close in on Lawrence County's consolidated election on April 4.
Civic boards have plenty on their plates
Several civic meetings are scheduled for this week.
Local Yorkie beats them all at Westminster Dog Show
LAWRENCEVILLE - When Nancy Smith started raising Yorkshire Terriers over 24 years ago, she had no idea that one day she would own a "Best in Show" champion, but that is exactly what happened this week at the 141st Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show held at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Mayor: It's a 'great time' to live in Lawrenceville
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrenceville Mayor Don Wagner declared the current state of the city as "a great time to live and work in Lawrenceville."
IDOC to open Kewanee Life Skills Reentry Center
KEWANEE - The Illinois Department of Corrections today announced the launch of its first Life Skills Reentry Center in Kewanee, where offenders who are nearing the end of their sentences will learn skills that are critical to their success in the community. Kewanee is one of three Life Skills Reentry Centers slated to open in Illinois, as part of Governor Rauner's plan to safely reduce the prison population and restructure the state's criminal justice system. Kewanee will begin receiving offenders as early as February 16th.


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