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Lawrence County Chamber officials say the local facility located in the Industrial Park, and currently employees just over 200 people, will begin phasing out April 1st.


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An Iron City resident reported to authorities last week that a man had assaulted him because he refused to give him some of his medication.




A number of residents have reported their dogs stolen in the area, prompting animal advocates to warn residents to secure their pets.




Lawrenceburg leaders took action Thursday morning that will once again allow residents “in-person service” when renewing driver’s licenses, and eliminate the kiosk that has provided access since the closure of the local driver service center.




Lawrence County was well represented at this year's horse bowl competition. Front row, from left: Sierra-Louise Brus, Brodey Clark. Second row, from left: MaryEllen Vogel, Charlotte Vogel, Kadin Inman, Paige Zabko, Kloey Coleman. Third row, from left: Matthew Clark, Savannah Brus, Mikayla Dixon, Kara Clark, Christiana Dixon. Back row, from left: Levi Brus, Madison Franks, Kevin Vogel. Read the story here.




A local man found to be in illegal possession of a number of firearms and other weapons Wednesday was incarcerated on various weapons and drug charges.




A man accused of assaulting his wife and young daughter in Lexington, Alabama was apprehended in the Loretto area Wednesday afternoon.




Thursday Morning Lawrenceburg City Commission Meeting




Local detectives initiated investigations into two separate burglaries at Lawrenceburg businesses this week, during which the front door glass was busted.



Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department officials reported Saturday morning that an arrest had been made in connection with a hit and run incident that left one man with critical injuries Friday.


Congratulations and best of luck to the New Prospect Elementary School Tigers in this week's championship games. Thanks to the New Prospect Cheerleaders for suppoorting both teams throughout the season.


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LCHS HOSA Club competed in the HOSA Regional Competitions on Thursday, January15th in Nashville Tennessee. We are proud to announce that we had some winners: Lydia Coleman placed 2nd in Physical Therapy, Levi Gowen placed 5th in Healthcare Issues, Shaylee Green placed 4th in Medical Math, Hannah Shultz and Millie Mckennon placed 5th in Health Education. We are so proud of all of our members who competed!!



Law enforcement officials are working to identify individuals who stole cows off of a Leoma property Sunday afternoon.



Authorities still seeking public assistance in Tuesday fire, a plea to keep a check on family during the colder weather also, to be extra cautious with space heaters and fires. Watch Thursday mornings Lawrenceburg City Commission Meeting.



Congratulations to Hannah Graves.  Hannah was selected by her audition in November to be a member of the 2015 All Middle Tennessee Honor Band.   Students from across the mid state area came together on Thursday evening January 8 with guest conductor Mr. Richard Floyd from Austin, Texas, at Siegel High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee to prepare for the All Middle Tennessee Honor Band Concert on Saturday, January 10 at Middle Tennessee State University.  Hannah has also been selected to be a member of the Tennessee All State Band which is the highest honor a high school musician can obtain.  She will audition again April 8, 2015, in Memphis, Tennessee at the Tennessee Music Educators Association Conference with students from East and West Tennessee for placement in the All State Band.


A Lawrenceburg man has been jailed on charges related to a burglary that occurred last month at Holland’s Drug store.



The South Lawrence Economic Development Association met on Tuesday to elect new officers and to establish goals for the upcoming year. L to R: Vice President Chris Beckman, Past President Harley Simbeck, President Rodney Robinson, Treasurer Steve Kress and Secretary Chirs Jackson.



Authorities have issued a plea to the public for information related to a house fire that claimed the life of a Lawrenceburg man on Tuesday.



The LCHS Key Club recently completed the Yuda Band project.  Key Club members sold bracelets handmade in Guatemala for $7 each at LCHS and around the community.  All money raised throughout the project will go directly back to the Yuda Band Organization to send two Guatemalan students to school for a year each.  352 bracelets were sold since December 1st with a total amount of $2,464 going into education in Guatemala.



Loss Prevention officers at Walmart were able to recover stolen merchandise while intercepting a shoplifter leaving the store just before Christmas.






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