The Summertown Eagles baseball team defeated Cornersville 8-1 Wednesday evening to capture the Region 6-A Championship and the right to host the Sub-State level game.
The Eagles (30-5-1) will host East Robertson (16-15) Friday evening at 6:00 PM. The winner advances to the TSSAA Spring Fling State Championships in Murfreesboro, which begins on Tuesday, May 21st.
The Lawrenceburg Police Department, in conjunction with the Lawrenceburg Fire Department, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol, will sponsor a child safety day.
A Lawrenceburg woman returned to her home late last week to find someone had broken in, eating part of her bread and stealing her cat food.
Lawrenceburg Lightning "04"
These girls won 1st Place in the USSSA Mom's Day Ponytail Classic held here in Lawrenceburg on Saturday, May 11th.
Back Row: left to right
Payton Morgan, Julie Clifton, Myleah Hardy, J.B. Clifton, Kara Davis, Jacy Haislip
Front Row: left to right
Aniston Judkins, Karli Thrasher, Kenzie Frazier, Mary Beth Brown, Samantha Stagg
LCHS prom night was Saturday night and much work went into giving the students an atmosphere of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, an idea presented by Margie Mann and embraced by the students.
Lawrenceburg leaders voted Thursday to transfer ownership of a couple of pieces of city-owned property to the State of Tennessee in order to complete their on-going flood control project.
Officials report that the body of a local man who went missing a week ago, was recovered in the Mount Lebanon Road area of Lawrence County Saturday afternoon.
LCHS Shooting Team at the ATA/AIMS shoot in Christiana, TN May 4th
A local man was jailed during the weekend after allegedly stealing his neighbor’s car, then abandoning it in Macon County.
Former Mayor of the City of Lawrenceburg, Clayton Ezell, passed away Sunday at the age of ninety-one.
Three LCHS students participated in DECA's International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California recently. Senior Aaron Lindsey and Junior Espen Vaage earned the privilege of competing in the team Business Law & Ethics event. Sophomore Levi Gowen attended the Chapter Management Academy to gain leadership and chapter officer training.
A woman who allowed an acquaintance to stay at her home overnight Wednesday found the next day that he had not only taken her vehicle without permission, but wrecked it as well.