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Red Hill Unit 10 approves return to learning plan, budget

By Crystal Wimberly
| September 23, 2022

The Red Hill Community Unit School District No. 10 Board of Education met in regular session on Sept. 22 where the board passed the budget for fiscal year 2022-23.

Chamber discusses upcoming events

By Crystal Wimberly
| September 23, 2022

The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce met on Sept. 21 for its monthly luncheon meeting where plans for upcoming events such as the Trunk or Treat and the annual Homecoming celebrations at both county schools was discussed.

Local DAR meets, names officers

September 22, 2022

The Toussaint DuBois Chapter Daughter of the American Revolution held its first meeting of the 2022-23 year. The meeting was held at the Historical Society Research Building in Lawrenceville.

Unit 20 passes budget, schedules events

By Crystal Wimberly
| September 22, 2022

The Community Unit School District No. 20 Board of Education met in regular session on Sept. 21 where the board discussed and ultimately passed the 2022-23 budget.

Nothing like this could be found in Crawford County in December.

Prepare early for colder weather

By Angela Downing
| September 22, 2022

When the temperatures outside start to fall, there are several things around the house that should be done to prepare for the colder weather. A cheap and easy way to make your home more energy efficient when the temps fall is to change the direction of your ceiling fans.

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Salukis want to continue strong play on the road

By JOSH BROWN
| September 22, 2022

Winning can be contagious and that seems to be the case for Red Hill High School’s football team. The Salukis have put together a strong start to the season and played solid football for the most part through the first four weeks of the season, which head coach Billy Gray hopes continues for the foreseeable future.

Indians look to bounce back against Warriors

By JOSH BROWN
| September 22, 2022

Having a short-term memory is what Lawrenceville High School’s football team is doing this week, as they try to quickly erase last week’s performance. The injury-plagued Indians took one on the chin last week and are licking their wounds in preparation for another Little Illini Conference road contest this week.

Red Hill's Jacob Powden is pushed toward the sideline by a Newton defender during a run in Friday night's game at Newton. Powden led the Salukis with 137 yards rushing on 14 carries and a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including the game-winning 83-yard scoring run with just under three minutes remaining to lift Red Hill to a 22-17 victory. Jasper County Daily News photo

Salukis rally late to beat Newton, 22-17

By JOSH BROWN
| September 20, 2022

Two fourth-quarter scores erased a two-touchdown deficit and lifted Red Hill High School’s football team to a come-from-behind victory Friday night. The Salukis hung with host Newton for three quarters Friday night, then used a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns – and two-point conversions – to erase and 11-point deficit and pick up a 22-17 victory.

Indians overwhelmed by Mt. Carmel, 60-6

By JOSH BROWN
| September 20, 2022

Things unraveled early for Lawrenceville High School’s football team Friday night and the end result for the Indians was a 60-6 defeat at the hands of IHSA Class 3A No. 6-ranked Mt. Carmel in a Little Illini Conference contest.

Lady Indians win one of three recently

By JOSH BROWN
| September 20, 2022

Three matches resulted in a two losses followed by a win for Lawrenceville High School’s volleyball team recently.

Youth football teams win four of five games

By JOSH BROWN
| September 20, 2022

Results were mostly positive for youth football teams from Lawrence County last weekend, as they won four of five games.

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