Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Top: The streets were packed for the second annual Crusin’ to a Cure car show Sunday, May 6, in downtown Lawrenceburg. More than 500 entries filled the streets to raise money to fight ALS. This marks the first time the show was downtown. Above: Logan Lawrence, friends, volunteers and family present $22,000 to the  ALS Association Thurs
Logan Lawrence was thanked for attending his last school board meeting – at least as a student member of the Lawrenceburg school board.
Until an autopsy is performed, little information is available about a 31-year-old female found shot Sunday night, May 20, near the Levee Breaker Bar in downtown Lawrenceburg, said Dearborn County Prosecutor Lynn Deddens.
CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: Survivors Dinner speaker Theresa “Hirsch” Hirschauer gets a hug from Relay for Life volunteer Roger Fehling after her presentation.
Ovarian cancer survivor Theresa “Hirsch” Hirschauer began her presentation to the cancer survivors at this year’s Relay for Life Survivors Dinner at South Dearborn High School, Aurora, by saying she was humbled to be their speaker.
EC’s Linday Henson (19) is welcomed by teammates at home plate for her re- cord-breaking 10th home run of the season in Tuesday’s 7-5 win at Franklin County. (Sandy Mahoney)
  East Central's Kaitlin Zillick (9) flips high and wide to Ysa Fox (2), covering first base as Franklin County's Hannah Hornsby slides in Tuesday's 7-5 13-inning marathon win by the softball Trojans at Brookville. (Sandy Mahoney)    
Problems with precinct voting machines during the primary election, Tuesday, May 8, were addressed during the Dearborn County Commissioners meeting Tuesday night, May 15, at the Dearborn County Government Center,
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Top: The streets were packed for the second annual Crusin’ to a Cure car show Sunday, May 6, in downtown Lawrenceburg. More than 500 entries filled the streets to raise money to fight ALS. This marks the first time the show was downtown. Above: Logan Lawrence, friends, volunteers and family present $22,000 to the  ALS Association Thurs
CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: Survivors Dinner speaker Theresa “Hirsch” Hirschauer gets a hug from Relay for Life volunteer Roger Fehling after her presentation.
Junior Eva Grimm breezes in the 200-meter dash trials in Tuesday's IHSAA girls track & field sectional prior to winning both the 100 & 200 dash finals plus two relays to boost East Central to its 18th girls sectional title.
EC’s Linday Henson (19) is welcomed by teammates at home plate for her re- cord-breaking 10th home run of the season in Tuesday’s 7-5 win at Franklin County. (Sandy Mahoney)

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Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Top: The streets were packed for the second annual Crusin’ to a Cure car show Sunday, May 6, in downtown Lawrenceburg. More than 500 entries filled the streets to raise money to fight ALS. This marks the first time the show was downtown. Above: Logan Lawrence, friends, volunteers and family present $22,000 to the  ALS Association Thurs

Logan Lawrence was thanked for attending his last school board meeting – at least as a student member of the Lawrenceburg school board.

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