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Library names Brumley as new director at Tuesday meeting
LAWRENCEVILLE - On a night when her predecessor officially read her letter of resignation, Olney native Diana Brumley was named as the new Director of the Lawrence Public Library on Tuesday.

Night Owls depends on community support
LAWRENCEVILLE - For the time being, the after-school tutoring program at Lawrenceville's Parkside Elementary School - known as Night Owls - is again up and running.
RHHS students to participate in 'Kick Butts' Day
BRIDGEPORT - Students from Red Hill High School are ready to kick some butt. Cigarette butts, that is.
Top chefs will get together for Chamber event
LAWRENCEVILLE - Some of the area's top chefs will gather at The Barn at New Leaf Fitness & Spa, 13th and Walnut streets, on April 7 to raise funds for the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce.
Bridgeport council reviews water rate study, updates UTV/golf cart ordinance
BRIDGEPORT - The Bridgeport City Council met in regular session on Tuesday in the Bridgeport City Hall where a water rate study was presented to the board by Tracy Swanson, representative of LAMAC Engineering, Mount Carmel.
Hedde, former mayor of Lawrenceville, dead at age 91
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrenceville is mourning the loss of former two-term Mayor Charles L. Hedde, who died Saturday at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes at the age of 91.
Former sheriff Chansler dies at 66
LAWRENCEVILLE - Former Lawrence County Sheriff Steve Chansler died over the weekend at an Evansville area hospital. He was 66.
Voting machines tested for accuracy
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrence County voters will have few choices to make when they go to the polls for a primary election in less than two weeks, but they can rest assured that the process will be fair.

Author, dog to appear at Lawrence library
LAWRENCEVILLE - Gary Totten says his recent book is "an easy read." The Olney native wouldn't have it any other way.
Hospital hopes to 'get the word out'
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrence County Memorial Hospital, under the leadership of new CEO Don Robbins, is pushing forward to "get the word out that we're here."
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrence Countians who own mobile homes will be receiving their tax bills soon.


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