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Gas prices going up

By Randy Harrison
| January 25, 2022

Oil prices are climbing and gasoline prices are going up with them.Despite typical low seasonal dema...

Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce moving to new office space

By Crystal Wimberly
| January 24, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce met for its monthly luncheon on Jan. 19 where it was announced that the Chamber would be moving to a new location.

Lawrence County Salvation Army bell-ringing campaign totals $18,000

January 24, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Salvation Army bell-ringing campaign raised $18,000 for the local Service Extension Unit. The total includes red kettle donations, campaign checks and pledges.

LCHD to purchase former United Methodist Village

By Crystal Wimberly
| January 24, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department announced last week that it is in the process of purchasing the former United Methodist Village (north campus) property located at 2101 James Street in Lawrenceville.

Heating equipment and carbon monoxide safety key to staying warm and safe this winter

January 24, 2022

Cold winter winds continue to bring a chill to the state meaning many Illinoisans will be turning up their thermostats to stay warm for the rest of the winter season. This also brings an increased risk for home fires and carbon monoxide incidents.

Funding information offered online

January 21, 2022

The Business Navigator Alliance of Southcentral and Southeastern Illinois is hosting a webinar on “A...

Lifelong Lawrenceville resident, Pat Jenney, will be turning 90 years of age on Feb. 10. A card shower is being held in her honor. Anyone interested in sending Jenney a birthday card can mail them to her at 1503 11th Street, Lawrenceville, IL 62439.

Jenney to celebrate 90 years on Feb. 10

January 21, 2022

Lifelong Lawrenceville resident, Pat Jenney, will be turning 90 years of age on Feb. 10.

Lawrence County Industrial Development Council available to assist local business owners

By Angela Downing
| January 21, 2022

The Lawrence County Industrial Development Council is always looking to improve the county by helping get businesses into the area.

Local program looking for pastors to help with volunteer chaplaincy program

By Angela Downing
| January 21, 2022

A local volunteer chaplaincy program is looking for more volunteers.

LTC offers social media business class

January 21, 2022

Businesses that want to get started on Facebook or sharpen their strategies on social media will hav...

Library announces newly released books

January 20, 2022

The Lawrence Public Library has released new books for the month of January. The new books, along with thousands of other books, can be checked out during normal business hours.

Matthew Brown and his daughter posed by Air Force One at Evansville Regional Airport. Brown's aviation career has gotten him recognized as 40 under 40 in Airport Business magazine.

Brown fulfilled with career in Aviation

By Angela Downing
| January 20, 2022

A 2002 Lawrenceville High School graduate is fulfilling his dream in aviation and was recently named 40 under 40 in Airport Business magazine.

IECC trustee to retire

By Randy Harrison
| January 19, 2022

Change was the order of the day at an Illinois Eastern Community Colleges trustees meeting Tuesday.T...

Lawrenceville City Council hears plans for LCMH construction project

By Crystal Wimberly
| January 17, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville City Council met in regular session on Jan. 13 where the council heard a presentation from Lawrence County Memorial Hospital CEO Don Robbins on plans to renovate and upgrade the hospital facility.

Red Hill High School and the State of Illinois, recently announced the students who were recognized as State Scholars. Seniors, from left, Logan Buchanan, Kamee Lytle, Trevor Tewell and Lydiah Weber were all recipients at RHHS.

State Scholar awards go to 11 county seniors

By Angela Downing
| January 17, 2022

The Illinois Student Assistance Commission recently recognized students in 665 high schools, including Lawrenceville High School and Red Hill High School.

Good Samaritan updates visitation guidelines due to increase in COVID-19

January 17, 2022

Due to the significant increase in COVID-19 transmission in the community, Good Samaritan has made updates to its visitor guidelines. The most notable change is limiting inpatient visitation to one visitor per day, per patient. Outpatient, perioperative (outpatient surgery) and medical practice patients will also be restricted to one visitor age 16 or older only if needed to help with medical, mobility and cognitive needs. 

Cloverbud winter fun workshops planned

January 14, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE — Whether you are a current Cloverbud 4-H Member or just an individual looking for some winter fun activities to participate in, Lawrence County 4-H has them for you. Any youth aged 5-7 in Edwards, Lawrence, Richland, Wabash or Wayne County is welcome to join in on the fun. During February, we will be having weekly Wednesday learning sessions all themed around snow. The youth will have hands on activities to create.

Marathon receives Energy Star award

By Angela Downing
| January 13, 2022

The Robinson Marathon Petroleum Refinery was recognized from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for energy efficiency. This is the fourth consecutive year the Robinson refinery has been recognized as well as its seventh overall certification for the award.

OCC Nursing Program accepting applications for 2022

January 13, 2022

Olney Central College is currently accepting applications for Fall 2022 entry into the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges/OCC Nursing Program.

Secretary of State offices to remain closed; reopening Jan. 24

January 13, 2022

Out of an abundance of caution and due to the continued high numbers of new COVID-19 cases statewide, Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White is announcing that all Secretary of State departments – including Driver Services facilities – will resume conducting in-person transactions Monday, Jan. 24. The Secretary of State offices and facilities first closed on Jan. 3, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases statewide. Driver Services facilities operating on a Tuesday – Saturday schedule will reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 25.


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