October 6, 2015

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LHS National Honor Society
A National Honor Society induction was held recently in the Lawrenceville High School Auditorium. New inductees are pictured above are: (front, from left) Ainsli Hubbard, Kazia Frederick, Seth Croslow, Madison Carter, Madison Bobe and Muriel Brumley. Shown in the back row, from left, are: Bryce Winningham, Mikayla Waggoner, Macey Waggoner, Dylan Volkman, Hunter Stallings, Morgan Parrish, Hannah Noble-Fry, Brianna Mefford and Shayla Lockhart. Libby Donaldson is not pictured.

VU Foundation awards more than $1.4 million
VINCENNES - Citing Vincennes University as the "linchpin of Indiana's future," VU Interim President Chuck Johnson told donors at Wednesday's VU Foundation Annual Dinner that their support was important.

"VU is at the center of innovative education and workforce solutions in Indiana because of our reputation for producing graduates who have the knowledge and skills to be successful in their careers and their continued education. Our quality reputation was built over many years - by hundreds of hard-working VU faculty and staff - and it is one of our greatest assets.  As we grow, maintaining our quality must remain a top priority," Johnson said.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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Energy assistance program begins Oct. 1
GREENUP - The Embarras River Basin Agency, Inc. (ERBA), will be accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), beginning on Thursday for households with members 60 years of age or older, or receiving disability; Nov. 2, for families with children under age 6 and disconnected households; Dec. 1 for all other eligible applicants.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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County team defends crown, Bobe repeats
OLNEY - Lawrence County's High School golf was the best team in the Little Illini Conference all season long, and on Monday at Richland County Country Club, the team proved it again.

The combined Red Hill-Lawrenceville squad repeated as the LIC champions, winning the league crown for the second straight year with a team score of 345. In addition, Lawrenceville High School junior Madison Bobe repeated as the league's girls champion with a 28-over-par score of 99.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


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