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News
Loretto Resurfacing (9/30/2014) - Resurfacing of Loretto city streets that were scheduled for the fiscal year 2013-2014 budget year will begin Wednesday. The resurfacing will include Kitty Meyer Lane and the South Lawrence Elementary School entrance, Johns Lane and a portion of Eells Drive. Motorists are encouraged to use caution while driving in those areas.
Paint The Town Pink (9/30/2014) - Relay for Life is sponsoring a “Paint The Town Pink” event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Purchase a pink bow to display at the Lawrenceburg Wal-Mart Friday from 3:00 to 8:00 and again on October 1oth. Bows may also be purchased at the Loretto Cash Saver Saturday from 10:00 to 2:00. For more Read the full article...
Unemployment High But Falling (9/29/2014) - The just-released county unemployment rates for August 2014 show the rate decreased in 83 counties, increased in six counties, and remained the same in six counties. Lawrence County’s unemployment rate is at 10.3 percent, down from the July figure of 11.2 and way down from a year ago when it was 12.1 percent.


Sports
Wildcats Extend Winning Streak to Four Games (9/27/2014) - The Lawrence County Wildcats traveled to Spring Hill last night to face the Raiders, and looked to extend winning streak to four games.  The game would be nothing more than emotional rollercoaster that would leave everyone exhausted at the end.   The Wildcats exploded to a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter thanks Read the full article...
Wildcats Dominate In Homecoming Win (9/20/2014) - The Lawrence County Wildcats looked to run their winning streak to three games last night when they welcomed the Coffee County Red Raiders to Hendrix-Staggs Stadium for Homecoming.   The Wildcats would jump out to a quick 7-0 lead with 7:02 to go in the first quarter when Jacob Loveless broke free on a 69 Read the full article...
Wildcats Down Hardin County for First Win of the Season (9/6/2014) - The Lawrence County Wildcats looked to snap a two game losing streak to start the 2014 season last night as they welcomed the Hardin County Tigers to Hendrix-Staggs Stadium.   The first half would see little offense as Hardin County jumped out to a 3-0 lead on a 37 yard field goal with :55 seconds Read the full article...