Joe Awad/The Register: On Friday, Feb. 9, Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun told a sizable crowd, including Lawrenceburg students, that his administration is laser-focused on improving the city’s quality of life today and well into the future, so those kids can reap the benefits.
Clearing out the deadwood and planting seeds with the promise of growth is one way to look at Lawreceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun’s State of the City address last week.
Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: A tee sign shows the par for one of the stops along the Cedar Sentinels disc golf course at County Farm Park in Manchester.
The 18-hole disc golf course at County Farm Park in Manchester can be quite a challenge with its hilly terrain and wooded surroundings. But the biggest challenge now is finding ways to improve the park while maintaining the course on an extremely tight budget.
EC's Alex Maxwell pops a jumpshot from the free throw line in Tuesday night's 51-37 non-conference loss to Union County. (Marc Emral)
    East Central 6'6" freshman center Luke Collinsworth, going up strong for two of his 12 points Tuesday vs. Union County, is the Trojans' No. 1 scoring option with senior guard Tyler Koelling sidelined. (Marc Emral)  
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: New Lawrenceburg Clerk-treasurer Richard Richardson and Tricia Gaustad, chairwoman of the Dearborn County Democratic Central Committee, put Dearborn Democrats in the spotlight which rarely happens in the GOP-ladened county.
The political suspense is over. Lawrenceburg’s new clerk-treasurer is Richard Richardson. The Democratic stalwart was chosen by Dearborn County Democratic Committee Chairwoman Tricia Gaustad, who broke a three-way tie.
SUBMITTED PHOTO: Fifth grade students at Aurora Elementary School, from left to right, Alexis Harlow, Zoey Heizer, Libby Bimrose and Cole Armbruster, working together to complete a puzzle.
Fifth grade students at Aurora Elementy were working on an activity before winter break.   Prior to the activity the students had been learning about different winter holidays from around the world.
Joe Awad/The Register: On Friday, Feb. 9, Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun told a sizable crowd, including Lawrenceburg students, that his administration is laser-focused on improving the city’s quality of life today and well into the future, so those kids can reap the benefits.
Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: A tee sign shows the par for one of the stops along the Cedar Sentinels disc golf course at County Farm Park in Manchester.
EC's Alex Maxwell pops a jumpshot from the free throw line in Tuesday night's 51-37 non-conference loss to Union County. (Marc Emral)
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: New Lawrenceburg Clerk-treasurer Richard Richardson and Tricia Gaustad, chairwoman of the Dearborn County Democratic Central Committee, put Dearborn Democrats in the spotlight which rarely happens in the GOP-ladened county.
SUBMITTED PHOTO: Fifth grade students at Aurora Elementary School, from left to right, Alexis Harlow, Zoey Heizer, Libby Bimrose and Cole Armbruster, working together to complete a puzzle.
Unbeaten No. 1-ranked defending state champ Mason Parris (top) gets a shove from a desperate opponent en route to one of his four quick pin victories for his fourth-straight semistate title Saturday at New Castle. (Rachel Acasio)

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Joe Awad/The Register: On Friday, Feb. 9, Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun told a sizable crowd, including Lawrenceburg students, that his administration is laser-focused on improving the city’s quality of life today and well into the future, so those kids can reap the benefits.

Clearing out the deadwood and planting seeds with the promise of growth is one way to look at Lawreceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun’s State of the City address last week.

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Jack T. Haugh, 87, Milan, died Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral, Dillsboro, is in charge of arrangements.