Curtis White's driving shot with :03 left in regulation sent Lawrenceburg to overtime against North Decatur, a game which the Tigers won 80-69 in two extra periods.
  Lawrenceburg boys varsity basketball coach John Blackwell, high-fiving assistant Nick Scalf following the Tigers' River Town Classic title Jan. 6, marked his 100th career win in Saturday night's 80-69 double-overtime victory vs. North Decatur.  
Submitted photo: Timothy Paul, left, introduced his son David Paul, who has cerebral palsy, to powerlifting. He also is a big fundraiser for the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at Versailles State Park. More info Page 6A.
David Paul, pictured with mom Cheryl Vogelsang, Dillsboro, first competed in Special Olympics through Equestrian. David Paul is a man of few words. But that grin has enough wattage to light up a city block.
Lawrenceburg Conservancy District: River waters reached the Dearborn County Courthouse during the 1913 flood in Lawrenceburg.
Recognized as among the most active and vital conservancy districts in the country, the Lawrenceburg Conservancy District and the massive levee it maintains and improves now is the subject of a pictorial narrative that sheds an overdue light on the structure and the organization that keeps the Oh
Starting next week, The Dearborn County Register will be offering a special eight-week serial story for kids of all ages. Kali: A Polar Bear’s Tale is about Kali, an orphaned polar bear cub, that made news across the country when he was just a few months old.
 Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: North Dearborn Elementary School assistant principal Kelly Roth, center, and counselors Abby Ruwe, left, and Mandy Stenger, along with principal Jeff Bond, have had three sessions for grandparents and non-traditional families with students. The school plans to have more sessions.
For first-time parents, navigating school for their children is hard at times. Add a generation and grandparents have an even harder time.
Curtis White's driving shot with :03 left in regulation sent Lawrenceburg to overtime against North Decatur, a game which the Tigers won 80-69 in two extra periods.
Brooke Boyd (21) battles Batesville's 6'3" Hattie Westerfeld for a rebound in Lawrenceburg's 45-30 EIAC loss Saturday afternoon.
Submitted photo: Timothy Paul, left, introduced his son David Paul, who has cerebral palsy, to powerlifting. He also is a big fundraiser for the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at Versailles State Park. More info Page 6A.
Lawrenceburg Conservancy District: River waters reached the Dearborn County Courthouse during the 1913 flood in Lawrenceburg.
 Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: North Dearborn Elementary School assistant principal Kelly Roth, center, and counselors Abby Ruwe, left, and Mandy Stenger, along with principal Jeff Bond, have had three sessions for grandparents and non-traditional families with students. The school plans to have more sessions.

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Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati is urging the Cincinnati community to donate blood this January during National Volunteer Blood Donor Month.

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Linda C. Rogers, 64, Lawrenceburg, died Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan, is in charge of arrangements.