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BRIDGEPORT — Applications for the Green scholarships are now available for all qualifying graduates of 2020 in the Red Hill Unit 10 district. more
A Robinson woman who teaches at Lawrenceville has received a donation from a national fast food chain. more
CARBONDALE — Austin A. Lane has been appointed to serve as the next chancellor of Southern Illinois University. more
BRIDGEPORT — High schools across the country have been faced with the difficult decision of how to handle graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 and local schools in Lawrence County have felt the pressure as well. more
CARBONDALE, Ill. — The Southern Illinois University Board of Trustees will meet Friday, May 29, to consider the appointment of Austin A. Lane as the next chancellor of SIU Carbondale. more
ROBINSON — Lincoln Trail College student-athletes have combined for a GPA above 3.0 for the 13th consecutive semester. In the Spring 2020 Semester, the department had a combined GPA of 3.08. more
The staff at Parkview Jr. High School in Lawrenceville were treated to a pizza lunch on May 15, which officially marked the last day of school in the Unit 20 district. Lia Wirth and Shelby Hatfield, parents of Parkview eighth grade students, donated the pizza made by Alfonso's Pizza to the staff working the last day. Pictured, from left, are: Amanda Shaffer, Shannen Reel, Lori Ham, Kailyn Kent, Laura Uptmor, Cory Joergens, Wirth, Jeremy Brush, Kyle Shelton and Hatfield. more
The Lawrenceville Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) awarded a $2,000 scholarship for 2020 to Lawrenceville High School senior Macy Bousley during its annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Lawrenceville City Cemetery on May 25. Bousley was presented the award from VFW Quartermaster Maurice Theriac. more
Following the annual Memorial Day service at the Lawrenceville City Cemetery on May 25, Maurice Theriac presented the 2020 VFW scholarship to local graduating high school seniors. Red Hill High School graduate Hannah Orr was the school's recipient of the $2,000 scholarship. B more
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