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News
Meth Arrests (10/24/2014) - Narcotic investigators with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department assisted officers with the State of TN Board of Probation and Parole on an October 6th home visit atto 34 year old Jonathan Bishop Laws of Ethridge. A search of the residence resulted in investigators finding two baggies of Methamphetamine, a 12 gauge shotgun and baggies for Read the full article...
Local Identity Theft Victim (10/22/2014) - A local resident called Lawrenceburg police over the weekend, complaining that someone had fraudulently used her identity to rack up hefty outstanding balances with two different cell phone companies, then charged items to her bank account. The victim said she had received a statement from Verizon Wireless indicating that she had an outstanding balance of Read the full article...
Loretto Road Closure (10/22/2014) - Second Avenue in Loretto will be closed to through traffic beginning Monday, October 27 as work begins on the bridge replacement over Loretto Branch a Mill Creek near Augustin Lumber Company. Construction is expected to take at least 6 weeks.


Sports
Wrestling Club Registration (10/22/2014) - The Lawrence County Wrestling Club is open to youth of Lawrence county and surrounding counties. INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS/SIGN-UPS at the J.C. Barnett/Adult Learning Ctr. Gym Next to Lawrence County School Board, THURSDAY, OCT. 23RD 6:00pm-7:30pm and MONDAY, OCT 27th 6:00pm-7:30pmCLUB FEES: $45 per child (Fees cover Introductory Season/T-shirt/AAU Membership)
S.H.S. Lady Eagles Tourney Play (10/20/2014) - The Summertown High School Lady Eagles have earned a spot in the TSSAA State Volleyball Tournament. The Lady Eagles will begin playing in the State Tournament in Murfreesboro on Wednesday.
Lawrence County Holds off Tullahoma for 6th Straight Win (10/18/2014) - The Lawrence County Wildcats looked to continue their winning ways last night when they welcomed the Tullahoma Wildcats into Hendrix-Staggs Stadium. A Lawrence County win would ensure the Wildcats of their 3rd straight play-off appearance.   The Wildcats would jump out to a 7-0 lead with 1:03 to go in the 1st quarter when Tanner Wray found Read the full article...