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Loretto High School Nursing Aid class would like to thank NHC Scott Healthcare for allowing them to complete their hours required to take the state certifying exam. Students pictured will be taking the state Nursing Aid exam May 6th. Picture are Joseph Reed, Bryce Hannah, Autumn Brown and Erin Oxley.
Lawrence County High School business students under the leadership of Melissa Brazier & Lauren Hallmark competed at the State FBLA competition in Chattanooga and placed 4th in Marketing. Congratulations to Trevor Clayton, Maggie Wade, and Hayden Ragan.
Anna Davis and Jake Neidert members of the Leoma Band on being selected to the University of North Alabama Invitational Honor Band on April 23-25, 2015. It was a wonderful weekend with many rehearsals and concluding with amazing concerts. The students worked with Mr. Tim Harris, Director of Bands, Glencoe High School and Dr. Chris Walker, Director of Bands, Clay-Chalkville High School and Director of Bands at University of North Alabama, Dr. Lloyd Jones. Photo- Anna Davis, Jake Neidert, Darrell Boston, director
In an effort to provide more transparency to the criminal justice system and to improve officer safety, the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department will soon outfit every patrol officer with a body camera.
Leadership Lawrence 2015, chose Abigail’s Plan as their class project and presents a check for $1000 to Tommy Lee Kidd.
Following a successful high school career, Luke Scott recently signed a basketball scholarship with the University of North Alabama. Pictured with Luke are his parents, coaches and administration of Summertown High School. Pictured L-R are: Larry Spears, assistant coach at SHS, Wes Long, head coach at SHS, Luke, parents Kim and George Scott, and Brent Long, SHS Principal.
The Agriculture Department of Lawrence County High School will be having their annual plant sale on Saturday, April 18 & 25th from 8:00-12:00 at the Greenhouse at the school entrance on Beuerlein Street. The Loretto FFA will have its annual plant sale every Friday from 3:00 to 5:00 and Saturdays from 8:00 to 12:00 until all plants are sold.
Press release: Thursday afternoon a Lawrence County School bus was unloading on Highway 43 when a van struck the bus from behind. Reports show that the van swerved and tried to miss the bus. Two students were transported by ambulance to the hospital. The LCSS Transportation Department and Administrators went through proper procedures and all other kids have been picked up by parents.
From Lawrence County Schools: It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Coach Aaron McCroskey of Lawrence County High School. He was deeply loved by many and will be greatly missed. Please remember his family and friends in your prayers.
(Counselors are available at LCHS to assist students during this difficult time.)
See funeral arrangements here.
On Tuesday, a number of local elected officials welcomed new Chamber of Commerce President and Industrial Recruiter Ethan Hadley to Lawrence County. Hadley previously worked in the industrial recruitment field in the Huntsville, Alabama area. He told officials that he is excited about the opportunity to help Lawrence County grow and make economic progress in the years ahead.
Pictured L to R: Commissioner Shane Eaton, Commissioner Russ Brewer, Alderman Steve McMasters, Commissioner Jeff Hughes, Commissioner Chris D. Jackson, Mayor Keith Durham, Ethan Hadley, Mayor Jesse Turne
Lawrenceburg leaders agreed Thursday to contract with the engineering firm Griggs and Maloney in the hopes of making improvements to Springer Road.
WATCH: Lawrenceburg City Council Meeting Thursday Morning
On Tuesday, the county commission recognized and honored Loretto Band Director Darrell Boston. Boston was recently named as one of America’s "50 Directors Who Make a Difference” by School Band and Orchestra Magazine. Under Darrell's leadership, the Loretto Band has received many accolades, most recently being invited to play at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. The commission honored Boston by passing a resolution in his honor. Pictured L to R: Commissioner Chris Jackson, Darrell Boston, Commissioner Wayne Yocom, Commissioner Shane Eaton and Commissioner Bert Spearman
Law enforcement officials were asked to initiate an investigation Sunday when a Summertown man reported that thousands of dollars’ worth of his belongings, including his horses, were stolen and sold while he was incarcerated.
In an effort to offset costs associated with a rising jail population, the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department and the county commission have partnered this month to propose legislation that will require inmates to pay for many of the services they utilize while incarcerated.