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Spitler distributes in Lawrence, Jasper counties
NEWTON - The Maxine E. Spitler Foundation awarded grants to 16 organizations from Jasper and Lawrence County, Monday. During the ceremony, held at the Sunrise Youth Center and Community Building a total of $25,832.09 was given to the various organizations chosen to receive funding for their projects. This year, requests for funding in the grant applications exceeded $54,000.

Green named LHS head grid coach
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School football team is without a head coach no longer. On Tuesday morning, a special board meeting was held at LHS to decide upon a coach for the 2018 season after the departure of Greg Wood, who spent the last seven seasons as the Indians' play-caller. After sifting through candidates, the board members decided to go with an in-house option in Chad Green.
Green named LHS head grid coach
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School football team is without a head coach no longer. On Tuesday morning, a special board meeting was held at LHS to decide upon a coach for the 2018 season after the departure of Greg Wood, who spent the last seven seasons as the Indians' play-caller. After sifting through candidates, the board members decided to go with an in-house option in Chad Green.
Wood takes administrative post, resigns as grid coach
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrenceville High School teacher and head football coach Greg Wood has officially resigned his position at the high school and has been hired by the Unit 20 school district as the new assistant principal at Parkside Elementary.
Kasinger bringing comic convention to Lawrenceville
LAWRENCEVILLE - After putting on one-day comic book conventions at Lincoln Trail College in Robinson each of the past two summers, Michael Kasinger is doubling up and moving south.
Toddler swept away by water, transported to Indy hospital
SUMNER - A Sumner toddler is in an Indianapolis hospital today, after an accident Monday evening in which he was swept into a ditch and through a culvert as the area was pelted by rain.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018


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