Sheriff Jimmy Brown has announced that the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and the Tennessee Department of Health to institute a unique Pharmaceutical Collection Program in our county.
A Lawrenceburg business owner filed a complaint with law enforcement officers Monday, reporting that an ex-employee had fraudulently used his business information to obtain cell phone service, then racked up a hefty bill.
The Lawrence County Democratic Party held a meet and greet dinner in Loretto this past Saturday, giving local candidates a chance to speak to voters ahead of the start of early voting. Early voting will start July 18th and end August 2nd. Election day will be on August 7th.
Pictured left to right: Trustee Kiley Weathers, Circuit Court Clerk Debbie Riddle, County Executive J Mack Chandler, Sheriff Jimmy Brown, County Clerk Chuck Kizer, County Commissioner Chris Jackson, County Commissioner Wayne Yocum and Assessor of Property Barbara Kizer.
A Lawrenceburg woman requested law enforcement assistance during the weekend, claiming that she had been assaulted after discovering that a dog had been left unattended in a parking lot, inside a vehicle.
The completed arena and new grandstand at Rotary Park as seen from the air. Click to enlarge. Photo by Scott Franks.
Lawrence County School System Budget Statement Lawrence County School System, like other governing entities has been faced with making tough financial decisions that are in the best interest of taxpayers.
In an effort to be better prepared for a potential school shooting, Student Resource Officers of the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department recently held Active Shooter training at Lawrence County High School
County Executive J. Mack Chandler is shown presenting a $500 check to George Casteel with the Mars Hill Community Club for the Solid Waste Recycling Program. Mar Hill collected 7,560 pounds of recycling and came in first place. Chandler stated he appreciates the Community Clubs and their efforts in the Clean-Up Program. This is a benefit to our county and the Community Clubs and helps keep it clean.
The front of the building fell across Main Street and struck a Jeep Wrangler that happened to be owned by the building’s owner, Richard Rohling. Nobody was injured and the remainder of the building was knocked down to prevent a second collapse. It is unclear as to what actually caused the collapse. According to tax records, the build was constructed in 1930. It had not been used as a business for several decades, but had been used for storage. It is unknown if anything was stored it the building at the time of the collapse. . Follow this link to video.
Ed Nash and family own and operate N&S Farms located in Summertown.
On May 12th, Ethridge School students enjoyed a play based on the classic story “The Three Billy Goats Gruff”. In the end the Three Billy Goats (Danny Tice, Angela Gobble, and Michelle Ratliff convinced Mr. Troll (Josh Rogers) that reading with friends can be fun. Narrators were Christy Crews and Joan Childress.
Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation Recreation Educational Services Director Gerald Parish has notified the City of Loretto that their Parks and Recreation Fund grant has been increased from $125,000 to $250,000.
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