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IECC budget includes LTC tech center, more

By Randy Harrison
| June 23, 2022

Illinois Eastern Community Colleges officials expect to spend about $6 million more than they take i...

ISAC approves plan to imrpove equity and affordability for students through additional map funding

June 22, 2022

As part of the Pritzker administration’s hallmark commitment to make college more affordable for students in Illinois, Governor JB Pritzker and the General Assembly added $122 million in funding for the Monetary Award Program (MAP) for Fiscal Year (FY) 23, bringing the total funding for this state grant for low-income college students to a historic high of approximately $601 million.

VU to host free STEM Academy for high school students

June 22, 2022

Vincennes University is hosting an overnight STEM Academy for students from all backgrounds who are entering grades 11 and 12 at the VU campus.

Olney Central College welding students, from left, Lane Bradley, Jacob Taylor and Tyler Dowty participated in the 2022 Project MFG Welding Competition. Dowty is one of 16 finalists advancing to the national competition. Taylor was selected as an alternate.

OCC welding student advances to national competition

June 22, 2022

Olney Central College student Tyler Dowty is one of 16 finalists selected to compete in the 2022 Project MFG National Welding Competition in Wichita, Kansas.

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Eddy in as interim OCC president

By Randy Harrison
| June 22, 2022

A Crawford County resident was named as interim president of Olney Central College during Tuesday’s ...

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Recent Lawrenceville High School graduate Ryan Schultz was one of 144 players across the state of Illinois chosen to compete in the annual Illinois High School Shrine Game in Bloomington over the weekend. Schultz suited up for the Blue Team and played six minutes, recording one tackle. The Blue Team would lose the game to the Red Team, 11-7. Schultz will suit up one last time this weekend, as he will participate in the annual Wabash Valley Coaches Association All-Star Game in Terre Haute on Saturday. Contributed photo

Lawrenceville’s Schultz competes in Shrine All-Star Game

By JOSH BROWN
| June 22, 2022

BLOOMINGTON –– Recent Lawrenceville High School graduate Ryan Schultz had the opportunity to put his helmet and shoulder pads back on over the weekend, as he was one of 144 players across the state to be chosen to play in the game, which raises money to help provide outstanding medical care for children at the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Lawrence County Little League all-star teams announced

By JOSH BROWN
| June 22, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Just over two dozen players from Lawrence County Little League were chosen recently to represent the league in a pair of all-star tournaments coming up next month.

Lawrence County's Aiden Decker attempts to track down a fly ball in right field during a Southern Illinois Prospect League doubleheader against Robinson last week at Unit 20 Ballpark in Lawrenceville. The Lawrenceville-Red Hill co-op dropped five of six games recently, as they were swept by Teutopolis and Robinson last week before splitting a twinbill at Olney Monday. Crystal Wimberly | Daily Record

Lawrence County baseball wins one of six recently

By JOSH BROWN
| June 22, 2022

A busy stretch of games for Lawrence County’s co-op high school baseball team did not net a lot of wins recently in Southern Illinois Prospect League action.

Five Lawrence County football players selected for all-star games

By JOSH BROWN
| June 15, 2022

TERRE HAUTE –– A handful of former local high school football players will put the pads on one final time next weekend, as they compete in the annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star Game. Five recent graduates were selected to play in the game – three from Lawrenceville High School and two from Red Hill High School.

Red Hill has half-dozen named to All-LOVC baseball, softball teams

By JOSH BROWN
| June 15, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Six players representing Red Hill High School (three baseball, three softball) were recognized as being amongst the best in their league recently, as they were named to their respective All-Little Okaw Valley Conference teams for this past season.

Lawrence County wins two of three to open high school summer league season

By JOSH BROWN
| June 15, 2022

Cooperative agreements have not bit uncommon in recent years between Lawrenceville and Red Hill High School and for the most part have had their fair shares of success. The most recent partnership is a bit more informal, but those involved hope the end result is positive.

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